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.
Another season has wrapped up at the Cornwall Curling Club, with our U18 teams returning from their nationals in St. Andrews New Brunswick on the weekend. It's been another great year for our teams, players, and coaches with lots of championships and awards won, including our first member ever to be on a World Championship team! Here's a wrapup of the 2017-2018 season:
Lauren Lenentine, left, accompanied Team Jones as an alternate at the world junior championships in early March and will play for the team fulltime in 2018. (Curling Canada)
After her provincial Junior win, Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine was ...
The Mixed Doubles competition, for players who didn’t take part in the playoffs, wrapped up on Saturday at the Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews New Brunswick, with coach David Murphy and skip Lauren Ferguson from PEI's Team Ferguson winning gold and silver medals, respectively, while Lexie Murray of Team Ferguson was in the bronze medal game. Team Ferguson is from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown Curling Clubs.
Photo (L-R): Murphy, Ferguson
In the gold medal-game, featuring a pair of mixed teams, the duo of Jaycee Terrick (Manitoba) and Braden Fleischhacker (Saskatchewan), with coach ...
SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — An already amazing season for Nova Scotia youth curling got even better on Saturday night at the W.C. O’Neill Arena Complex.
Nova Scotia teams claimed both gold medals at the 2018 Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships — the second straight year one Member Association has swept both the girls and boys titles after Northern Ontario did it last year in Moncton.
Those gold medals will nicely complement the gold medals captured by Kaitlyn Jones’s Halifax women’s team at the 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Championships in Shawinigan, Que., and the 2018 World Junior Championships in Aberdeen Scotland.
The Canadian Under 18 Boy’s and Girl’s Curling Championships wrap up today with the 6 pm Gold and Bronze medal games (Follow the action: http://www.curling.ca/2018under18/ ) in St. Andrew’s New Brunswick. Fair Play Awards, as recognized by the officials at the championships, were awarded for each of the 4 boy’s and girl’s playing positions plus coach, with Colin MacKenzie from PEI’s Team Mitchell Schut winning the boy’s award for the lead position. Here are the winners:
Fair Play Award boys winners (Right to Left): Skip – Ryan McNeil Lamswood, NL; Third – Adam Tracy, ...
Danielle Girard and Edmond Richard have been Cornwall Curling Club members for a number of years, and are departing on a journey to forge new friendships in Québec. A farewell party (an informal "come and go" drop-in event) is being held this evening (Saturday, April 14th) beginning at 7 pm.
The bar will be open and there will be light snacks/appetizers provided. Come on out and wish them well!
The round robin wrapped up on Thursday night, and sixteen teams – eight boys’, eight girls’ – will now move on to the Championship double-knockout round of the 2018 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships in St. Andrews, N.B.
Team Ferguson vs. NWT (Livestream)
[The PEI girl's team, skipped by Lauren Ferguson, finished round robin play with a 3 -3 record after wins over Team NWT and previously-undefeated Ontario on Thursday. They had the same record as BC, who got the last playoff berth in their pool, as they beat PEI 5-3 in their round robin encounter.
The Mitchell Schut-skipped PEI boy's ...
The PEI teams each had a pair of close losses on Wednesday at the Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews New Brunswick, with Team Lauren Ferguson sitting at 1-3 win-loss, and Team Mitchell Schut at 0-4 going into the final day of round robin play.
Ferguson lost to New Brunswick's Erica Cluff Wednesday afternoon in a conservatively-played game until the last two ends, with NB leading 4-2 after six. Ferguson then stole a triple to go ahead 5-4 coming home without hammer, but Cluff took four points in the final end for an 8-5 win ...
All teams were in action on Tuesday at the 2018 Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews, N.B., with pool play underway to determine who will move on to the championship round later this week.
Alexis Burris from Team PEI. (Finley Fotography photo)
On the women’s side, Ontario and Saskatchewan continue undefeated, while B.C.’s Jaelyn Cotter notched her first win of the round robin, a 5-3 victory over PEI’s Lauren Ferguson. [Ferguson has only one game today, at 6 pm against Saskatchewan, but has three matches on Thurdsay].
Ontario’s Madelyn Warriner, of Listowel, Ont., held off a late ...
Well, another closing spiel has wrapped up, The Leary’s Independent Grocer Red vs. Blue Spiel came to an end on Saturday with a victory for the Red team! Using the Skins format again this year, the Friday night draw ended with the Red Team ahead by only a small margin. The Red Team overtook the Blue team in the end, walking away with $281,000 and that left the Blue team with $227,000.
Throughout the weekend there were a few ways to earn bonus points. Friday night trivia was had and the Reds won, winning an extra $2000 for their Team. Saturday morning a game of Left, Right Centre ...
The Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships are underway in St. Andrews New Brunswick. The first draw took place Monday evening, while the opening ceremonies were at 9 this morning, before Draw 2 at 10 am.
Team PEI at the opening ceremonies (Doug Kelly photo)
Both PEI teams played their first games this morning, with the PEI Girl’s team, skipped by Lauren Ferguson out of the Cornwall, Charlottetown and Crapaud curling clubs, beating the Yukon 8-4, while the Boy’s squad, skipped by Mitchell Schut out of the Cornwall Curling Club, lost 6-2 to a tough Quebec rink,
Team PEI Girls opening game against New Brunswick, originally scheduled for 6 this evening, at the Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships in St. Andrews NB has now been moved to later in the round robin draw. The other games this evening are going ahead as scheduled. Team Ferguson’s opener will now be at 10 am on Tuesday against the Yukon.
Revised Team Ferguson round-robin schedule:
10:00 AM Tuesday
6:00 PM Tuesday
6:00 PM Wed.
10:00 AM Thurs
2:00 PM Thurs
6:00 PM Thurs.*
*Game postponed from Draw 1
Another successful curling season has concluded here at the Cornwall Curling Club. If you forgot to clean out your locker, don't worry - our manager, Bev, is still here this week getting everything in order for the off-season. Call first, as she'll be in and out of the Club.
Canada’s top up-and-coming curlers are playing for national championships for a second straight year in the province of New Brunswick, following a successful debut last April in Moncton. The 2018 Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships are being staged in Saint Andrews, N.B., starting this evening and running through Saturday.
PEI is represented by our U18 provincial champs, the Mitchell Schut boy’s rink from the Cornwall Curling Club and the Lauren Ferguson girl’s team from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown curling clubs,
Photo (L-R): Mitchell Schut, Nick Johnston, Liam Kelly, Colin MacKenzie, coach Lori Robinson
Danielle Girard and Edmond Richard have been Cornwall Curling Club members for a number of years, and are departing on a journey to forge new friendships in Québec. A farewell party (an informal "come and go" drop-in event) is being held this coming Saturday, April 14th beginning at 7 pm.
The bar will be open and there will be light snacks/appetizers provided. Come on out and wish them well!
Congratulations from Team Mitchell Schut to Donna Butler, whose name was drawn on Saturday to win two 3 Day passes to the Cavendish Beach Music Festival. A huge thank you to all who purchased a raffle ticket to help cover our costs to go to the U18 National Curling Championships, which start Monday. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Follow the PEI Teams on Twitter at @TeamMSchutPE and @TeamFergusonPEI
Event website: www.curling.ca/2018under18/
Sign up now for our annual nine-hole, Best Ball Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 16 at beautiful Countryview Golf Club, Route 19 in Fairview. You can sign up by contacting Gary O’Sullivan at email@example.com or 902-388-0592. Teams will be balanced as much as possible to accommodate all experience levels (including none at all!). The best ball/scramble format makes it fun for everyone! Please include your phone number, and golf handicap (if you know what that is). The tournament is followed by lunch and prizes (very few go home empty-handed).
Cost is $40 a player, or $20 for Countryview members. Arrive by 8:30 ...
Semifinal play wrapped up Saturday afternoon, with the gold and bronze medal games going today at the 2018 Coastland Engineering and Surveying Canadian Masters Curling Championship, for curlers age 60 and over, at the Cloverdale Curling Club and the Peace Arch Curling Centre in Surrey/White Rock BC. Team PEI women, skipped by Cornwall's Sandy Hope, made the championship pool in the event, finishing play with a 5-4 win-loss record overall, while the PEI men, skipped by Cornwall's Bill Hope, had a combined two wins and seven losses in the round robin and seeding pool. The event’s awards banquet was held on Saturday ...
The Your Independent Grocery Closing Spiel got underway on Friday evening, with all 20 teams seeing action, When the dust (or is it ice crystals?) settled, the Red team had a very slim lead in Skins and trivia dollars earned over the BLUE team - $58,000 to $42,000 - a lead that Blue should be able to easily erase in the Saturday morning draw.
Photo: Angus Davies (left), and Undertow
Following the curling and snacking, the curlers were entertained by the Undertow duo, with some help from Angus Davies from the multi-talented BLUE team, showing off his Community School ...
Due to players dropping out yesterday, we have had to revise the draw and schedule for this weekend's BLUE vs RED Closing Spiel, reducing the number of teams from 22 to 20. PLEASE check both the schedule and team rosters below, because some teams have different members and different team numbers, and some are playing at different times.
This single-entry Members' funspiel is sponsored by Leary's Your Independent Grocer in Cornwall.
Spiel Dates: Friday April 6th (evening) & Saturday the 7th all day.
Registration Fee: $30.00 per person
3 games of curling
Snacks & Dance on Friday Night. Music by Undertow. Those ...
Play continues at the 2018 Coastland Engineering & Surveying Canadian Masters Curling Championships in Surrey and Whiterock BC.
Sandy Hope. Photo by Leo Le Couteur
The PEI women’s team, skipped by Sandy Hope, finished round robin play with a 2-3 win-loss record, and advanced to the Championship Pool, where they lost their first game, 10-3 to BC. Teams carry their round robin draw results into this pool, where they now sit at 2-4. PEI plays Quebec this morning, Northern Ont. this afternoon, and BC on Saturday morning.
The PEI men, skipped by Bill Hope, finished the round robin at 2-4, ...
As part of our You Independent Grocer Closing Spiel this weekend, we're having a DANCE, with the group "Undertow" on Friday evening, from 8:30pm to 11:30pm!
We would like to invite others who not involved in the spiel to attend, too. We realize that participants in the spiel may have significant others that may like to come also, and other members and friends may also like to attend.
There will be a $5 cover charge for those attending the dance who not involved in the Independent Grocer Closing Spiel.
Cover may be paid at the Bar Friday evening.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Hope to See You ...
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)
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