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 (although we’ve had Canadian champs and currently a World champion!) 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.
Curl PEI is pleased to announce that they will be moving forward with Junior Spring Curling Leagues at the Charlottetown Curling Club. There will be a regular 4-person league (any combination of players) and hopefully a mixed doubles or doubles league. Dates (times may change):
March 30 from 10am-1pm
April 7, 12 & 14 from 1-4pm
The Leagues are for:
4-person: curlers born on or after July 1, 2004, with one curler who is one year older, so born on or after July 1, 2003
Doubles: curlers who were born on or after July 1, 2002
The 2019 Canadian Open Stick Curling Championship is being hosted by the Cornwall Curling Club from March 31-April 3, with curling getting underway at 9 am on Sunday the 31st. Some of the games the first two days are being played at the Charlottetown Curling Complex. Sixty-two two-person teams, from eight provinces and one territory, are taking part. There are 48 teams in the Open division (men and mixed) and 14 in the Women’s division, which was introduced when Cornwall previously hosted the championship back in 2013, and beginning this year, the division is now a permanent part of ...
Here are some photos from ParaSport and Recreation PEI’s last wheelchair and blind curling session of the season, held on March 24 here at the wheelchair-accessible Cornwall Curling Club, There were seven participants in the program. They are excited to be offering it again in the fall, so if you’re interested, make sure to sign up. And thanks to everyone who helped out with the program!
Curling Canada tested two possible future events, Under 25 and Under 18 Mixed Doubles, at the Willie O’Ree Centre in Fredericton NB these past two weekends. Each test event had eight teams. The U18, which includes PEI’s Mitchell Schut and Lauren Ferguson duo, with coach Dave Murphy, started on Friday, with the Cornwall Curling Club duo finishing in fourth place after losing the Bronze Medal game 7-1. to the Forsythe/Pugsley team. Both teams finished round robin play with 5-2 win-loss records, with Forsythe/Pugsley picking up 12-3 win in their round-robin match against Ferguson/Schut, aided by a six-ender. The PEI team ...
(This story is from an event which took place in August, but we recently received a team photo, and are sending it out again so we will have it on file).
SAINT JOHN, N.B. – The P.E.I. 55+ Games Society recently sent a contingent of 90 participants to the 2018 Canada 55+ Games in Saint John, N.B.
The Games are a biennial event encompassing more than 20 events ranging from very active sports like hockey and tennis to more sedentary competitions like Scrabble and bridge. P.E.I. was represented in hockey, curling, swimming, track and field, cycling, bowling, golf, bocce, and Scrabble.
Canadian Mixed Doubles in Fredericton: Jocelyn Peterman and PEI's Brett Gallant, the 2016 national champions, beat the team of John Morris and Jolene Campbell yesterday to advance to the semis, where they play Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres at 10 this morning. Team PEI - Rachel O'Connor and Ryan Abraham from Cornwall ended play out of the playoffs at 2-5.
The Cornwall duo of Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut are in second place with a 4-2 win-loss record, and play at 9:30 this morning in their final round-robin game at the U18 Mixed Doubles trial event in Fredericton. The playoffs ...
All eyes in Fredericton are on some of the biggest names in curling at the 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship. But there’s other teams flying under the radar and honing in on playoff spots after the conclusion of Thursday’s draws at Willie O’Ree Place.
Catera Park and Cody Tanaka, British Columbia. (Photo, Curling Canada/Rob Blanchard Photography)
Teams such as Jocelyn Peterman/Brett Gallant, Laura Walker/Kirk Muyres, Jennifer Jones/Brent Laing and Jolene Campbell/John Morris are exactly where most expect them – at the top of the standings.
But with 12 of the 32 teams making the playoffs, there’s still ...
The Cornwall Curling Club duo of Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut will be taking part in Curling Canada’s Under 18 Mixed Doubles test event, starting on Friday at Willie O’Ree place in Fredericton NB, with eight Maritime teams taking part. A similar U25 test event took place last weekend, with the team of PEI’s Aleya Quilty, paired with New Brunswick’s Alex Robichaud and coach Pat Quilty winning the event.
Lauren Ferguson (left) and Mitchell Schut
Ferguson, skip of this year’s PEI Junior and U18 championship rinks as well as PEI’s Canada Games girl’s team, is a former PEI Mixed ...
[PEI’s team of Rachel O’Connor and Ryan Abraham, from the Cornwall Curling Club, picked up their first win on Wednesday evening, 9-7 over Wayne and Kimberley Tuck of Ontario and have a 1-2 win-loss record. PEI has two games today, against Melissa Gordon/Kyle Kurz (1-2) and Jolene Campbell/John Morris (3-0).]
O’Connor (left) and Abraham, from CBC live stream
FREDERICTON, N.B. — It’s been a perfect 3-0 start for Laura Walker and Kirk Muyres at the 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship but there’s still room for improvement, according to the reigning national mixed doubles and world bronze-medallists.
Check out the print and e-editions of today’s Guardian on page B4 for coverage of the PEI Under 18 Curling Championships which took place here at the Cornwall Curling Club, with three of the four winning and finalist teams coming from our Club.
FREDERICTON, N.B. — The Laurentian Voyageurs won the 2019 U SPORTS women’s curling championship, while the Carleton Ravens captured the men’s title. In the bronze medal games, the Alberta Golden Bears scored a 7-3 win over the Dalhousie Tigers, to finish third on the men’s side, while Dalhousie’s Kaitlyn Jones scored one in the 10thend to beat Queen’s 6-5 for third in the women’s tournament. Dal finished 1st in both the men’s and women’s round robins with 6-1 records.
The Douglas Royals are the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Women’s Champions following a 7-5 victory over the MacEwan Griffins. In men’s, the Concordia ...
The Danny Kneabone rink are the winners of the Cornwall Curling Club's Wednesday Daytime League, sponsored by Lance “The Iceman” Lowther, which wrapped up this afternoon. The winning team, which includes skip Danny Kneabone, third Karen Currie, second Al MacCormac, and lead Roger DesRoches, had a record of 12 wins and two losses for the season.
(L-R): Lance "The Iceman" Lowther, Roger DesRoches. Danny Kneabone, Al MacCormac. Missing from photo is Karen Currie
The Cornwall Curling Club team of Shirley Berry, Sherren MacKinnon, Linda Fairhurst, and Marjorie Matthews took the women’s division of the Maritime Masters Curling Championship at the Riverside Country Club in Rothesay NB, with a 4-1 win-loss record. The Silver Fox rink of Lou Nowlan, David MacFadyen, Earle Proude, and Alan Montgomery won the men’s division, also with a 4-1 record. It was announced at the event that the Cornwall Curling Club would host next year's Maritime Masters.
(L-R): Marjorie Matthews, Linda Fairhurst, Sherren MacKinnon, Shirley Berry
(L-R): Lou Nowlan, David MacFadyen, Earle Proude, Alan Montgomery
The 2019 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship begins on Tuesday at 7 pm after the completion of the university and college events. While it’s the first time the national championship has been held in Fredericton, the city hosted the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship in 2013.
Thirty-two teams will compete for the chance to represent Canada at the world championship in Stavanger, Norway, from April 20-27.
Photo: Rachel O’Connor and Ryan Abraham
PEI will be represented by the Rachel O’Connor/Ryan Abraham duo from the Cornwall Curling Club. Islanders Brett Gallant, who was on the 2016 championship team, and Alison ...
The Maritime Stick Curling Championships, featuring the top curlers from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and PEI in the two-person per team sport of Stick Curling, wrapped up Sunday afternoon here at the Cornwall Curling Club, with teams from the host club winning both the Open (any combination of male/female) and Women’s divisions, and also finishing as runners-up in the women’s. 12 Open and an equal number of Women’s teams took part in the annual championship, the location of which rotates around the three Maritime provinces.
(L-R): Paul Arsenault and Vince Fisher, Open Division winners
The PEI Under 13 Curling Championships wrapped up Sunday at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with the 9:30 am semi-finals and 1 pm finals for the A, B, and C divisions of this “Open” event, which means there could be any combination of boys and/or girls on a team. This year’s winning teams were very similar to last years, with the Brayden Snow foursome from the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside going undefeated to win the “A” division. Snow was a member of last year’s winning team and also skipped this year’s U16 championship rink. The “B” ...
The 9:30 am Sunday semi-finalists for the A, B, and C division Championship rounds have been determined at the Provincial Under 13 Open Curling Championships at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with the winners facing off in the Championship Finals against the first place teams in each division at 1 pm. This is an “Open” event, which means there can be any combination of boys and/or girls on a team.
Brayden Snow at the Pepsi Juniors earlier this season
The Brayden Snow rink from the Silver Fox in Summerside was impressive in the round robin, winning both ...
Click the link for photo galleries from draws four and five at the Maritime Stick Curling Championships, which got underway Friday morning at the Cornwall Curling Club. Click on a photo to enlarge, then use arrows to go ahead/back.
Maritime Stick Photo Gallery
Three Canadian curling championships plus two test events get underway Friday in Fredericton, N.B.
Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton, N.B., will host the 2019 U SPORTS-Curling Canada Championships, Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association-Curling Canada Championships and Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship this week. (Photo, courtesy Willie O’Ree Place)
The 2019 Maritime Stick Curling Championship, featuring the top teams from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island in the 2 person sport of Stick Curling, takes place March 15-17 here at the Cornwall Curling Club, There are two divisions – Open (any combination of male and/or female) and Women (female curlers only), and two pools of six teams per division. Live results will be available at PEICurling.com/scoreboard
Live results at: peicurling.com/scoreboard/#!/competitions/4501
Event Website: PEICurling.com/maritimestick2019
2019 Maritime Stick Championship Pools
Open Pool AMark Stewart/ Dodi Stewart NB
Bill Power/Howard Kerwin PE
Chuck Dyke/Jim Burgess NS
John Marshall/Lowell Jenkins NS
Roddie MacLean/ Paul Field PE
Vince Fisher/Paul ...
The Western Community Curling Club in Alberton will play host to Curl PEI's championship event for its youngest curlers -- those under the age of 13 years, from March 15-17. This is an "open" event with any combination of boys and/or girls on a team. Teams play six-end games. There is one team entered from Cornwall, skipped by Ella Lenentine.
Photo: Cornwall's Ella Lenentine delivers a rock at last year's event
Nine teams from five of the seven PEI curling clubs are entered. Brayden Snow from last year's "A" section-winning rink from the Silver Fox, is now skipping that ...
The Mitchell Schut team from the host Cornwall Curling Club had two chances to repeat as PEI Under 18 Boy’s champs on Monday, but they only needed the first game, defeating the Chase MacMillan squad from the Charlottetown Curling Complex by an 8-3 score in seven ends. Schut had a 5-1 lead after four ends, picking up a deuce with hammer in the opening end, and a triple in the fourth. MacMillan was kept to one in the fifth, and looked to be setting up to steal a couple in the sixth, but a Schut runback took care of one ...
BLUE vs RED
Closing Spiel 2019
Leary’s Independent Grocer in the Cornwall Plaza.
Date: April 5 & 6, 2019
Registration Fee: $35.00 ($30.00 if you opt out of closing dinner. Please add your name to opt-out sheet if you are not attending closing dinner.)
Event: Skins Game for Cornwall Curling Club Members/Social Members
3 games of curling
Snacks & Dance (Just Cuz) Friday Night
Coffee and Sweet Bread/Muffins/Biscuits Saturday morning
BBQ Lunch Saturday
Fun Off-Ice Games and Prizes
Roast Beef Closing Dinner
If you curled last year you will be assigned to the same color team this year.
Don’t forget to wear ...
We have 4 sheets of Jet Ice, a clubhouse 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.
We’re always looking for new members — stop by or check out our website, and find out why we should be your curling club!
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