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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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U18 Ch’ship update: Girl’s section down to 2 teams, Devin Schut vs Chase MacMillan in Boy’s C final

U18 Ch’ship update: Girl’s section down to 2 teams, Devin Schut vs Chase MacMillan in Boy's C final

  There are at most three games left in both the Boy’s and Girl’s divisions of the Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships, sponsored by PEI Credit Unions, following play this morning at Summerside’s Silver Fox. There WILL be a Monday championship round in the boy’s division, as the Mitchell Schut rink from Cornwall, who won two sections, and could have wrapped it up with a win in section C, will not advance to the C final after losing 7-6 in an extra end this morning to the Chase MacMillan rink from Charlottetown. The other boy’s game saw Cornwall’s Devin Schut team ...

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Mitchell Schut rink wins 1st 2 PEI Credit Unions U18 Boy’s sections, Sanderson, Ferguson win girl’s A and B

Mitchell Schut rink wins 1st 2 PEI Credit Unions U18 Boy’s sections, Sanderson, Ferguson win girl’s A and B

The Mitchell Schut rink from the Cornwall Curling Club has a big advantage going into Sunday boy’s play at the PEI Credit Unions Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships being played at the Silver Fox in Summerside. Four boy’s and five girl’s teams are entered.

Left to right: Liam Kelly, Colin MacKenzie, Mitchell Schut

The Schut squad won both the A and B section finals of the boy’s modified triple knockout draw on Saturday, which gives them a big advantage in the championship. If they also win the C final, Sunday at 2 pm, they will be champions without having to ...

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Team Callaghan is off to the PEI Travelers Ch'ship!

Team "Callaghan", with Garth Cudmore skipping and throwing 4th stones, are this year's Cornwall Curling Club Men's Travelers champs, and will be joining the Debbie Rhodenhizer foursome at the PEI Travelers Curling Club Championships, March 9-13 in Montague. Game One As we told you earlier, Team Callaghan, which includes skip Garth Cudmore, third Joe Callaghan, second Alan Mason; and lead Jeff Hannam, beat the rink of  Brock Spence, Jay Carr; Chris Montigny and Mike Montigny by an 8-1 score in the opening game of the best of 3 series on Friday.   Game Two   Spence forced a deciding game Saturday afternoon by taking game 2 on ...

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55+ Games Regular Curling Draw Set

55+ Games Regular Curling Draw Set

Here is the draw for the 55+ Games Men's Open and Mixed, and Women's curling competition at the Charlottetown Curling Complex, with a number of Cornwall teams participating. 2018 Mens Open and Mixed/Womens Curling Draw Charlottetown Curling Complex Monday 26-Feb 8:30am Ice 1 Ice 2 Peter MacDonald vs Bill Hope Ice 3 Julien Gaudin vs Ensor McNeil Ice 4 John Dunsford vs John Davis Ice 5 Gloria Clarke vs Vince Fisher 10:15am Ice 1 Ice 2 Vern Chowan vs Bill Bishop Ice 3 Barry Craswell vs Shelley Ebbett Ice 4 Paul Durant vs Gloria Clarke Ice 5 12:00pm Ice 1 Ice 2 Ensor McNeil vs John Dunsford Ice 3 Bill Bishop vs Paul Durant Ice 4 Paul Matheson vs ...

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Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine heading to world ch'ship with Nova Scotia squad (Guardian)

CORNWALL, P.E.I. – Lauren Lenentine’s curling season has been extended and has required a passport. The Cornwall Curling Club skip leaves Tuesday for Scotland as the alternate for the Nova Scotia-based squad that will represent Canada at the World Junior Curling Championship. The Kaitlyn Jones rink will represent Nova Scotia at the world junior girls curling championship next month in Scotland. The Truro Curling Club recently held an event where friends, fans and family members gathered to wish the team well. Members of the foursome are, from left, skip Kaitlyn Jones, third Kristin Clarke, second Karlee Burgess, lead Lindsey Burgess and alternate ...

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Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine leaves for Scotland on Tues. Read all about it in today's Guardian!

As you know, Cornwall's Lauren Lenentine is heading to the World Junior Curling Championships in Scotland as an alternate. She is leaving Tuesday morning. Pick up a copy today's PEI Guardian and read all about it! We'll post a link to the story when it's available online.

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Callaghan wins first Men’s Club Travelers Playdown game

Callaghan wins first Men's Club Travelers Playdown game

Game 1 of our men's Club Travelers competition wrapped up on Friday evening, with the team of Joe Callaghan, Garth Cudmore, Alan Mason; and Jeff Hannam beating the rink of  Brock Spence, Jay Carr; Chris Montigny and Mike Montigny by an 8-1 score.   The game was fairly close with Team Callaghan up 4-1 after four ends.  A steal of four in the fifth for Team Callaghan (with Garth Cudmore throwing last rock) ran the score up to 8-1 and resulted in handshakes.   Game 2 in the best of 3 goes at 10 am Saturday. If game 3 is required it will go at 2 ...

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“A” Finals set at U18 in Summerside

A Finals set at U18 in Summerside

The 10 am Saturday “A” section finals of the boy’s and girl’s modified triple knockout draws are set at the PEI Credit Unions Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships, which got underway on Friday at the Silver Fox in Summerside, with four boy’s and five girl’s teams participating. The Emily Sanderson rink from the Cornwall Curling Club will face the Lauren Ferguson squad from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown clubs in the girl’s “A” final, while Chase MacMillan and his Charlottetown team will take on Cornwall’s Mitchell Schut foursome in the boy’s. Sanderson beat clubmate Sydney Howatt 7-3 in her opener, aided ...

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Best of luck to our Travelers Women's Representatives!

Best of luck to the Debbie Rhodenhizer rink, who, for the third year in a row, will be the Cornwall Curling Club's Women's representatives at the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championships!

File photo from last year's event (L-R): Debbie Rhodenhizer, Cindy Nicholson, Nancy MacFadyen, Sandra Sobey

 

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Club's Travelers Playdowns: NIcholson withdraws, Men's go this Fri. evening, and on Saturday

Update: Team Nicholson on the Women's side has withdrawn leaving Team Rhodenhizer as our Travelers Curling Club Championship Women's representative. The Men's best 2 out of 3 competition between Teams Callaghan and Spence will take place as scheduled on Friday 23 Feb at 7:00 pm, Saturday 24 Feb at 10:00 am, and if required, Saturday 24 Feb at 2:00 pm.

Team Rhodenhizer and the Men's representatives will now advance to the 2018 PEI Travelers Curling Club Championships, March 9-13 at the Montague Curling Club.

The provincial winners will advance to the national event, normally held in November. Dates and location have not ...

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Wed. Daytime Team Curling Bonus Round - Teams need to signup by Feb. 28.

Just a reminder for any Wednesday Daytime Curling teams wishing to play in an abbreviated draw for the month of March (four Wednesdays) to please sign up on our bulletin board by Wednesday, February 28th.  Also, any makeup games that may affect the outcome of our Wednesday Daytime Draw should be completed by March 6th.   Paul and Joanne Durant, Drawmasters

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PEI Credit Unions U18 Ch’ships start this afternoon in S’side, with most teams from Cornwall

PEI Credit Unions U18 Ch'ships start this afternoon in S'side, with most teams from Cornwall

The Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships, sponsored by PEI Credit Unions, with male and female divisions for curlers a maximum of 17 years of age on June 30, 2017, take place February 23-26, 2018 at the Silver Fox curling club in Summerside. Six of the nine teams competing are from the Cornwall Curling Club, and another is from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown clubs. Last year's winners were the Donald DeWolfe rink from the Cornwall, Silver Fox, and Western Community clubs, and the Lauren Lenentine team from Cornwall. These skips are not back this year, so there will be two new ...

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Tuesday evening main draw winners, schedule for rest of season.

  Congratulations to the winners of the Upstreet Craft Brewing Tuesday Night Competitive League!                                   1st  place         Jeff Taylor                                  2nd place         Bill Hope                                  3rd  place         Veronica Smith                                  4th  place         Susan McInnis  The winning teams are requested to pick up your prizes from Bev at the office.  Congratulations to all the teams in the league.  It was a very competitive year! To those who are continuing on, here is the schedule for the rest of season.  Bill Hope Tuesday evening Drawmaster.     Ice 1 Ice 2 Ice 3 Ice 4 Feb 27 6:30 Rental MacDonald vs MacInnis B Hope vs S Hope Berry vs Creighton 8:30 Bye: Taylor Rhodenhizer vs Howatt Spence vs Schut   Mar 6 6:30 Berry vs Howatt Schut vs Creighton        Rental Rhodenhizer vs Spence    8:30 Bye: McInnis       Taylor vs S ...

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Final reminder: deadline is tomorrow (Fri. Feb. 23) for U13, here at Cornwall

Final reminder: deadline is tomorrow (Fri. 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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Our Club's Travelers Playdowns go this Fri. evening, and on Saturday

Our Club playdowns for the provincial Travelers Curling Club Championships take place this Friday and Saturday, February 23 and 24, with two women’s and two men’s teams playing best 2 out of 3 formats, with games on Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 10:00 am, and if required, 2 pm. The winners will advance to the 2018 PEI Travelers Curling Club Championships, March 9-13 at the Montague Curling Club. The provincial winners will advance to the national event, normally held in November. Dates and location have not yet been announced. Participating teams in our Club playdowns are: Women: Team Rhodenhizer and Team ...

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PEI Credit Unions U18 Ch'ships start Friday in S'side, with most teams from Cornwall

The Provincial Under 18 Curling Championships, sponsored by PEI Credit Unions, with male and female divisions for curlers a maximum of 17 years of age on June 30, 2017, take place February 23-26, 2018 at the Silver Fox curling club in Summerside. Six of the nine teams competing are from the Cornwall Curling Club, and another is from the Cornwall, Crapaud, and Charlottetown clubs. Last year's winners were the Donald DeWolfe rink from the Cornwall, Silver Fox, and Western Community clubs, and the Lauren Lenentine team from Cornwall. These skips are not back this year, so there will be two new ...

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Jamie Newson rink wins PEI Mixed (fours) Ch’ship

  The Jamie Newson rink from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown curling clubs beat the Tyler MacKenzie foursome from Charlottetown by a 7-4 score in this afternoon’s final to win the PEI Mixed (Fours) Curling Championship and advance to the nationals, November 5-10 2018 at the Fort Rouge Curling Club in Winnipeg.

Photo (L-R): PEI Mixed Winners Jamie Newson, Melissa Morrow, Andrew MacDougall, Miranda Ellis

Newson, who was a finalist in both the A and B sections of the modified triple knockout draw, and won the “C”, earned a bye to the final, while “A” section winner MacKenzie eliminated “B” winner Mitchell ...

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MacKenzie and Newson to meet in 2 pm PEI Mixed final

The Tyler MacKenzie rink from the Charlottetown Curling Complex broke a tie with a three point eighth-end for a 7-4 win over Cornwall’s Mitchell Schut team this morning to win the PEI Mixed semi-final and advance to the 2 pm final against the Jamie Newson foursome from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown clubs.  

File photos (L-R): Tyler MacKenzie, Jamie Newson

As the three teams had each won one modified triple knockout section in the 9-team competition taking place at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, Newson got the bye to the championship game by having played in all three section ...

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Happy Islander Day! It’s business as usual here

Happy Islander Day! It's business as usual here

Please note that it’s business as usual for Islander Day at the Cornwall Curling Club. Hours, draws (both daytime and evening) and junior practice are all as regularly scheduled. Here's this evening's mixed and commercial league schedule: Monday Night Mixed League Leary’s Independent Grocer Feb 19, 2018 at 6:30pm Ice 1: G. Groves, F. Weiler, K. MacDonald, S. Campbell vs L. Davies, J. MacKinnon, D. MacEachern, C. MacDonald Ice 2: R. Biage, A. Mason, M. MacDonald, T. Heustis vs E. LeBlanc, M. Davies, S. Armsworthy, D. Musto Ice 3: F. Martin, C. Hodgson, E. MacDonald, C. Shea vs B. Gardiner, D. Sigsworth, L. MacEachern, TBD Ice 4: ...

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Jamie Newson edges Mitchell Schut to win PEI Mixed “C” event and bye to ch’ship final

Jamie Newson edges Mitchell Schut to win PEI Mixed “C” event and bye to ch’ship final

The Jamie Newson rink from the Silver Fox and Charlottetown curling clubs, scored a single point in the eighth end after blanking ends four through seven, to edge the Mitchell Schut team from Cornwall 3-2 Sunday evening to win the “C” final of the PEI Mixed Curling Championships at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, and a bye to the 2 pm Monday championship game. There were separate winners of each of the three modified triple knockout sections, with the Tyler MacKenzie rink from Charlottetown winning the “A”, Team Schut taking the  B, and Newson, along with third Melissa Morrow, ...

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Cornwall's Mitchell Schut team wins PEI Mixed “B” final over Jamie Newson squad

The Mitchell Schut team from here at the Cornwall Curling Club, which includes second Nick Johnston from Schut’s Canada Games Training Team, along with clubmates Sydney Howatt at lead and Sierra Clyke at third from the Canada Games Training Team skipped by Howatt, have captured the “B” section final and a spot in the Monday championship round at the PEI Mixed Curling Championship being played at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton.  

Photo (from Canada Games trials) L-R: Schut, Johnston, Clyke, Howatt

After handing “A” section winner and last year’s runner-up Tyler MacKenzie his first loss of the ...

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Cornwall Mixed Doubles Funspiel a big success and a lot of fun!

Cornwall Mixed Doubles Funspiel a big success and a lot of fun!

Our Mixed Doubles funspiel, which gave a full draw of 32 curlers a chance to try out Canada's new Olympic Gold Medal Sport, with each team playing two games, was a big success on Saturday afternoon. Here's a report from organizer Myrna Sanderson: It was so amazing to see curlers of every stage in their career playing on Saturday afternoon.  From the very new curlers to us not so new curlers.  Thank you, everyone, for jumping in and making this afternoon such a fun experience! Overall winners were the team of the young Katelyn Burgoyne and her not-so-young partner Garth Cudmore. Runner-up was the husband ...

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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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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.