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Welcome to the Cornwall Curling Club, located in Cornwall, Prince Edward Island, Canada! Curling is great exercise and a lot of fun! Our club emphasizes the social and recreational aspects of the game and welcomes both new and experienced curlers. Check out the Info section of our website, or call, email or drop in to see what we have to offer, and why we should be your curling club. Note that we have members from all around Queens County, not just the Town of Cornwall, and boast more members than any other PEI curling facility.

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Tyler MacKenzie wins PEI Mixed “A” section, Cornwall's Mitchell Schut vs Jamie Newson in “B” final

Saturday was a busy day at the nine-team PEI Mixed (fours)  Curling Championship at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with the “A” section winner decided, and the finalists set for the 10 am Sunday “B” final of the Modified Triple Knockout draw.

File photo: Tyler MacKenzie at last year’s PEI Mixed here at Cornwall

The competition will be going into Monday, as there will be separate “A” and “B” winners, meaning no team can capture three sections. The Tyler MacKenzie team from Charlottetown, which includes Aleya Quilty, Doug MacGregor, and Jodi Murphy, and were finalists in last ...

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Newson, MacKenzie to meet in PEI Mixed “A” event final (Journal)

ALBERTON-It will be Jamie Newson against Tyler MacKenzie in the “A” section final of the P.E.I. Provincial Mixed Fours Curling championship in Saturday’s 10 a.m. draw at the Western Community Curling Club Newson and his Silver Fox and Charlottetown Curling Club team of Melissa Morrow, Andrew MacDougall and Miranda Ellis scored a pair of lopsided victories on the opening day of the modified triple knock-out championship Friday at the Western Community Club. They started off with a 6-1 victory over the Freddy Fraser rink from the host club in the afternoon draw and scored a 10-3 victory over the Mitchell Schut ...

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Team Berry Fundraiser for 2018 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships

The Shirley Berry Provincial Senior Women's Champs are are holding a Gift Basket Raffle to support their trip to the Canadian Seniors in Stratford, Ontario, March 24-29, 2018.    Photo (L-R): Shirley Berry, Janice Murdoch, Arleen Harris, Kim Nicholson   Tickets are $5 each, 3 for $10 or 7 for $20.  Available at the Cornwall Curling Club bar or from any team member.  E-transfers accepted at jpmurdoch@eastlink.ca   Draw date Tuesday, March 20.   Items include: Countryview Golf Club - 2 green fees (18 holes) COWS beach towel, water bottle, Cow Chips Peter MacNeil Automotive - oil change All About Golf - 2 rounds at Indoor Putting & Chipping Facility Captain Morgan ...

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Round three of Monday night Single Entry Draw at 6:30

Here is the final round Monday night Single Entry Mixed Draw at 6:30 pm, sponsored by Your Independent Grocer in Cornwall. Cornwall Curling Club Monday Night Early Draw Team Lists   Ref.# Skip Mate Second Lead   1   Angus Davies   Jean Sinclair   Heather Pierce   Chris MacDougall   2   Danny Kneabone   Rob Gallant   Jeff Hannam   Dena Farrell   3   TBD   Brad Gardiner   Debby Sigsworth   Lisa MacEachern   4   Bryan Sutherland   Donald Weeks   Stephanie O'Keefe   Byron Lindsay   5   Eric LeBlanc   Megan Davies   Stephen Armsworthy   Donna Musto   6   Frank Martin   Chris Hodgson   Elric MacDonald   Claude Shea   7   Lorianne Davies   Joe MacKinnon   Dean MacEachern   Colleen MacDonald   8   Ray Biagé   Alan Mason   Mike MacDonald   Tara Heustis   9   Greg Groves   Frank Weiler   Kimberly MacDonald   Sharon Campbell   Schedule   Wk.# Date Ice #1 vs. Ice #2 vs. Ice #3 vs. Ice #4 vs. Bye   1   12 Feb 2018   2-Kneabone   4-Sutherland   1-ADavies   6-Martin   3-TBD   8-Biagé   5-LeBlanc   9-Groves   7-LDavies   2   19 Feb 2018   9-Groves   7-LDavies   8-Biagé   5-LeBlanc   6-Martin   3-TBD   4-Sutherland   1-ADavies   2-Kneabone   3   26 Feb 2018   1-ADavies   2-Kneabone   3-TBD   4-Sutherland   5-LeBlanc   6-Martin   7-LDavies   8-Biagé   9-Groves   4   05 Mar 2018   8-Biagé   9-Groves   6-Martin   7-LDavies   4-Sutherland   5-LeBlanc   2-Kneabone   3-TBD   1-ADavies   5   12 Mar 2018   3-TBD   1-ADavies   5-LeBlanc   2-Kneabone   7-LDavies   4-Sutherland   9-Groves   6-Martin   8-Biagé   6   19 Mar 2018   6-Martin   8-Biagé   4-Sutherland   9-Groves   2-Kneabone   7-LDavies   1-ADavies   5-LeBlanc   3-TBD   7   26 Mar 2018   5-LeBlanc   3-TBD   7-LDavies   1-ADavies   9   2-Kneabone   8-Biagé   4-Sutherland   6-Martin     * Highlighted game is exhibition only and points will not contribute to these teams' total score.    

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Reminder to signup by Feb. 16 (Friday) for our Club's Travelers playdowns

  As of last evening, there was only one team signed up. We need to let the Travelers Provincials know by Friday afternoon if we will have entries for both Women and Men, or just one. The signup sheet is now up, with closing date of Friday Feb. 16, for our Club playdowns for the Travelers Curling Club Championships, which take place the weekend of February 23-25. The winning men’s and women’s champions advance to the provincial Travelers, March 9-13 at the Montague Curling Club. The provincial winners go to the 2018 Travelers Curling Club Championship,  dates and venue TBA (usually ...

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Schut wins baseball award!

Congrats to Baseball PEI Junior Official of the Year (and Cornwall Curling Club member) Mitchell Schut!

Kent Walker, left, (Supervisor of Officials, Baseball PEI), Shawn MacLean (ADL), 2nd from right and Janet Cameron, right (Director of Provincial Teams, Baseball PEI) present Mitchell Schut with the 2017 ADL/Sport PEI Junior Official of the Year Award at last week's baseball awards night  (Sport PEI photo)

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Thursday evening draw - Round Three, sponsored by Griffin's Service Centre

Here is the final draw of the season for Thursday evening, sponsored by Griffin’s Auto Service Centre, 859 Bannockburn Rd, Clyde River, PE C0A Phone(902) 675-2473 THURSDAY EVENING DRAW – February 15-March 29, 2018   DATE   ICE 1 (6:30 pm)   ICE 2 (6:30 pm)   ICE 3 (6:30 pm)   ICE 4 (6:30 pm)   ICE 5 (8:30 pm)   ICE 6 (8:30 pm)   Feb. 15 Paul N Vs Allan M Frank M Vs Bryan S Frank W Vs Peter M   Garth C Vs Hans W Eric L Vs Larry C   Gordie M Vs Kim N   Feb. 22 Frank W Vs Allan M Paul N Vs Gordie M Frank M Vs Hans W Eric L Vs Peter M Bryan S Vs Larry C Garth C Vs Kim N     March 01 Bryan S Vs Eric L   Larry C Vs Gordie M Kim N Vs Paul N   Allan M Vs Garth C Hans W Vs Frank W Peter M Vs Frank M   March 08 Kim N Vs Eric L Allan M Vs Bryan ...

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Mixed Doubles (Canada’s new Olympic Gold Medal sport!) funspiel draw for Saturday

Mixed Doubles (Canada's new Olympic Gold Medal sport!) funspiel draw for Saturday

Here is the  Mixed Doubles funspiel draw for Saturday afternoon,  February 17, 2018. We have a full complement of 16 teams! Cost of  $40.00 per team includes 2 six-end games, and pizza served when curling finishes. First Draw – 12:30 pm Ice 1 – Chris MacDougall & Sharon Campbell  vs.  Danny Bernard & Karen Currie Ice 2 -  Julie Scales & Mark O’Rourke vs. Mark MacDonald & Megan Davies Ice 3 -  Frank Weiler & Lynda Fairhurst  vs.  Barry & Myrna Craswell Ice 4 – Garth Cudmore & Katelyn Burgoyne vs. Angus Kennedy & Myrna Sanderson Second Draw – 1:45 pm Ice 1 – Lorianne & Angus Davies  ...

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Entry Deadline is Feb. 23 for U13, here at Cornwall

Entry Deadline is Feb. 23 for U13, here at Cornwall

      The 2018 Provincial Under 13 Curling Championship, for curlers a maximum of 12 years of age on June 30 2017, takes place March 16-18 here at the Cornwall Curling Club. This is an Open event – teams can be all boys, all girls, or any combination of boys and girls. Games are six ends. The Clara Jack rink from Cornwall were last year’s winners over the Cruz Pineau team from Summerside in an exciting come-from-behind finish. Entry fee is $105 per team, with entry deadline of February 23, 2018. Entries must be made online at PEICurling.com   Specific Rules of Play for the ...

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Sticking with the game of curling: delivery sticks extending curling career for some (Journal)

Alberton--Hips and knees seem to be common talking points when stick curlers get together for bonspiels and championships.  Harvey Holm calls a shot on one ice while fellow Alberton stick curler Audrey Callaghan watches as Cornwall curler Gloria Clarke calls a shot on an adjacent ice. Stick curlers, when they are playing skip, can sweep from their hog line in. Their teammates deliver their stones using a delivery stick. - Eric McCarthy   Etta Reid, who teamed up with fellow Cornwall stick curler Elaine Hughes last week in Alberton to win their second provincial women’s stick curling title in five years, says ...

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Curl PEI keen to capitalize on mixed doubles after Olympic debut (CBC PEI)

Note: Cornwall is holding a Mixed Doubles Funspiel Saturday, February 17  from 12:30 to 5:30 pm. Everybody is welcome to come out and watch! February 13, 2018 Group planning to offer more league play, tournaments, and junior programming in response to ‘positive buzz’

By Steve Bruce, CBC News

 

Canada’s Kaitlyn Lawes, left, sweeps as John Morris shouts instructions during a mixed doubles match at the Olympics. (Aaron Favila/Associated Press)

 Curl P.E.I. says it’s preparing for a huge spike in the number of mixed doubles curlers on the Island.  The relatively new version of curling was featured at the Winter Olympics ...

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Feb. 15 is entry deadline for Vogue Optical 55+ Games in Stratford, with Curling, Stick Curling in Ch’town

Feb. 15 is entry deadline for Vogue Optical 55+ Games in Stratford, with Curling, Stick Curling in Ch'town

This is a final reminder that February 15 is the entry deadline for the Vogue Optical 2018 PEI 55+ Winter Games being hosted by the Town of Stratford, February 26 – March 3, 2018. Entry fees range from $5 to $20, depending on the event ($15 for curling or stick curling). The Cornwall Curling Club has entry forms on the Daytime Curling table. Events include: Curling (55+ Men's and 55+ Mixed/Women’s divisions) and Stick Curling (Open and Women's Open divisions) at the Charlottetown Curling Complex, Hockey at the Pownal Sports Centre and Belfast Rec Centre, Pickleball at the Stratford Town ...

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Mitchell Schut rink representing Cornwall in PEI Mixed, starting Friday in Alberton

Mitchell Schut rink representing Cornwall in PEI Mixed, starting Friday in Alberton

  The Provincial Mixed (fours) Curling Championship takes place February 16-19 at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton. This is the traditional four-person version of mixed curling, as opposed to the Mixed Doubles two person championship that was held this past weekend.  Nine teams are entered, with curlers from all seven dedicated PEI curling facilities. This event has no age restrictions. The rink of Mitchell Schut, Sierra Clyke, Nick Johnston, and Sydney Howatt is entered from our Club. The teams will play a modified triple knockout format, starting at 10 am Friday (Schut's 1st game is at 2) with section winners ...

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Parking for the Charlottetown / Cornwall exchange at Ch'town CC on Tues.

Bryon Sutcliffe from the Charlottetown Curling Club would like to notify curlers participating in the Charlottetown/Cornwall Exchange tomorrow, Feb 13th, that the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home, 33 Longworth Avenue, has graciously offered to provide parking for the visiting curlers.  

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Cornwall's Bill Hope rink wins PEI Senior Men's title

The Bill Hope rink from the Cornwall Curling Club, which includes third Craig Mackie, second David Murphy, and lead Peter Murdoch are the new PEI Senior Men’s (age 50+) champs, unseating the defending champion Philip Gorveatt rink with a 7-4 win this morning at the Crapaud Community Curling Club.  

Photo (L-R): Winning Bill Hope rink – David Murphy, Bill Hope, Craig Mackie, Peter Murdoch

The Hope foursome had won two sections of the modified triple knockout draw, giving them a “double life” in the two-game championship draw, but they won the first one, and the sudden-death game was not required. In the ...

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Win a free Rocks and Rings tournament day for your PEI school!

Curl PEI has teamed up with Rocks & Rings to give away a FREE tournament day for a PEI school. To win a day of this fun curling program click this link to visit the post on the PEI Curling News Facebook page, then LIKE and SHARE the post, and make sure you LIKE PEI Curling News and Egg Farmers Rocks & Rings presented by Curling Canada on Facebook. For an extra entry, comment why you LOVE curling! Learn more: www.rocksandrings.com Contest is open February 12-16 and winner will be chosen February 17th. Winning ...

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Hope, McInnis rinks win Ladder League round 2. Final round set to go

Hope, McInnis rinks win Ladder League round 2. Final round set to go

The second round of the Wednesday evening Ladder League wrapped up last week, with the Bill Hope rink, with only 1 loss, winning the Water & Prince Corner Shop & Lobster Pound “A” Pool prizes, and the Josh McInnis rink, who are catching on to this sport fast, winning the prizes for the Lowther’s Snow Removal “B” Pool, with only 2 losses. The McInnis team were tied in games won with the Kim Nicholson rink, but beat them in their game on the last night. They were also tied in games with the Emily Sanderson team, who had one less ...

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Cornwall's Berry sweeps PEI Senior Women’s ch’ship. Hope has advantage in Monday Sr. Men’s Ch’ship round

The PEI Senior Women’s Curling Championship wrapped up on Sunday at the Crapaud Community Curling Club, while the Senior Men’s will conclude on Monday with the 10 am or the 2 pm draw. The Shirley Berry rink from the Cornwall Curling Club went undefeated with a 5-0 win-loss record, sweeping all three modified triple knockout sections in the five-team women’s event, making a championship round unnecessary.   

Photo (L-R): Kevin Smith from the host Crapaud club, Shirley Berry, Janice Murdoch, Arleen Harris, Kim Nicholson

The Berry team, which includes skip Shirley Berry, third stone Janice Murdoch, second Arleen Harris, and lead Kim ...

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Smith/Ferguson duo wins PEI Mixed Doubles Championship (updated pictures)

The Crapaud Community Curling Club duo of Calvin Smith and Lauren Ferguson beat Cornwall’s Sydney Howatt and Nick Johnston team 6-4 this afternoon to win the 2018 PEI Mixed Doubles Championship, the two person version of curling that is now an Olympic sport. Smith/Ferguson won two of the three modified triple knockout sections, which gave them a “double life” in the 2 game championship round, as a win in either game would have given them the championship, but they did it on the first try. In the final game, they built up a 4-0 lead after three ends, taking a ...

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Mount Allison edges UPEI Women’s Panthers in close semi-final game to advance to AUS final

Mount Allison edges UPEI Women’s Panthers in close semi-final game to advance to AUS final

The women’s team from Mount Allison University in Sackville NB edged the Veronica Smith-skipped UPEI Women’s Panthers team by a 3-2 score this morning to advance to the Subway Atlantic University Sports final at 1 pm at Fredericton’s Capital Winter Club. Mt. A will be playing the Memorial University team, who got by Dalhousie 8-7 in an extra end. Dal and UNB face off in the Men’s final.

(L-R): Veronica Smith, Sabrina Smith, Chloe McCloskey, Meghan Ching, coach Paul Smith.  Photo credit: James West

The two men’s and two women’s teams in the finals of this year’s event will represent the ...

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Smith/Ferguson wins Mixed Doubles “C” final over Cornwall's Howatt/Johnston

The Crapaud Community Curling Club pair of Calvin Smith and Lauren Ferguson edged Cornwall’s Sydney Howatt and Nick Johnston duo 5-4 this morning to win the “C” final of the PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship at the Charlottetown Curling Complex.

Calvin Smith and Lauren Ferguson

  As they have won two modified triple knockout sections, a win in either championship round game, at 12:45 and 4 pm, would give them the title, while the Howatt/Johnston twosome, who won the other section, would have to win both games to be declared champions. The winning team advances to the 2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles ...

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UPEI Women Panthers finish Round Robin tied for first, and advance to AUS Playoffs

Round robin play wrapped up this evening at the Subway AUS Curling Championships at Fredericton’s Capital Winter Club, and the UPEI Women Panthers, skipped by Veronica Smith, finished with a 5-1 win-loss record, tied for first with Dal and Mt. A. Memorial finished fourth at 3-3 and joins the others in the playoff round on Sunday, with UPEI playing Mt. A and Dal facing Memorial in the 9 am semi-finals, with the winners advancing to the 1 pm final. UPEI finished the round robin with a pair of wins on Saturday – 6-2 over Memorial, and 8-6 over St. FX. PEI’s ...

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Cornwall's Berry one win away from PEI Senior Women's title, defending champ Gorveatt wins men's B section

The Shirley Berry rink from the Cornwall Curling Club has captured their second section of the modified triple knockout draw and needs just one win out of their next three games in order to become the PEI Senior Women's champs. They beat their clubmates, the Debbie Rhodenhizer rink by a 7-5 score on Saturday evening at the Crapaud Community Curling Club to win the B section, after winning the "A" final over Sharon Horne of Alberton on Monday.  

Shirley Berry

Berry now faces the winner of a 10 am Sunday game between Rhodenhizer and defending champion Shelley Ebbett of ...

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Update: PEI Mixed Doubles down to only two teams heading into Sunday play

The two teams that won the “A” and “B” pools in the modified triple knockout PEI Mixed Doubles Curling Championship have won their respective “C” semi-finals, and will meet in the “C” final at 9:30 am on Sunday.

Top photo (L-R): Sydney Howatt, Nick Johnston Bottom photo (L-R): Lauren Ferguson, Calvin Smith

The Sydney Howatt/Nick Johnston duo from Cornwall who won the “A” final on Friday, edged the Louise Carota/Phillip McInnis twosome from the host Charlottetown Curling Complex 7-6, while the Calvin Smith/Lauren Ferguson team from Crapaud, who won the “B” final earlier this afternoon, won their “C” semi 5-3 ...

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Smith/Ferguson duo win B final at PEI Mixed Doubles

The team of Calvin Smith and Lauren Ferguson from the Crapaud Community Curling Club (Lauren is also a Cornwall member) are the winners of the modified triple knockout "B" section in the PEI championship for the new Olympic sport of Mixed Doubles, being held at the Charlottetown Curling Complex, beating the host club team of Louise Carota and Phillip McInnis 10-4 this afternoon. The rink of Sydney Howatt and Nick Johnston from Cornwall won the "A" section on Friday.

Lauren Ferguson (left) and Calvin Smith

Smith/Ferguson advanced to the B final with a 6-4 win over Howatt/Johnston this morning. ...

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We have recently-reconditioned rocks, 4 sheets of Jet Ice, a club house and ice plant (with backup power generator) that were completely replaced in the 2010/2011 season, an Ice King scraper bought new in 2012, ice-house heating and dehumidification, and are wheelchair accessible right down to the ice surface. We have a well-stocked Pro Shop and bar, and access to upstairs banquet facilities.
 

Major Event Dates for 2017-2018

 Murphy’s Pharmacy Ladies Spiel: Nov. 17 & 18

 Masters Plus: Nov. 23 & 24

 Mixed Doubles: Nov. 25

Desjardins Stick Tournament: Dec. 2

Curling 101: Dec. 16

 Curl PEI Tankard and Scotties: Jan. 4-7 (plus banquet on the 3rd)

 Kenmac Spiel: Jan. 19 & 20 (Revised dates)

 Club Travelers: Feb.23-26

 Curl PEI U13 Mar. 16-18

 Closing Spiel: Apr. 6 & 7

Other Curling Events (from PEICurling.com)

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Our curling facility gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Curling Canada, through its Curling Development Fund.


Notre installation de curling témoigne avec gratitude à Curling Canada sa reconnaissance du soutien financier accordé par l’intermédiare du Fonds de développement du curling.