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.
British Columbia’s Tyler Tardi kicked off his campaign to win a third straight national title as the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors got underway today in Prince Albert, Sask.
Tardi and third Sterling Middleton have two consecutive national and world championships behind them, and this year they’ve brought a new front end to help keep the streak alive. Matthew Hall, playing second, joins the team after relocating from Ontario – Hall skipped the Ontario team that lost to Tardi in the 2017 gold-medal game. Alex Horvath takes over the lead position, with Paul Tardi, Tyler’s dad, as coach.
Team MacDonald - Skip Mark MacDonald, Mate Brad Gardiner, Second Wayne Goodwin, and Lead Garth Cudmore.
Here are the Draw 3 results from our Men's Club Championship Playdowns:
Team MacDonald 6
Team Gallant 4
Team MacDonald won all 3 round robin games to capture Cornwall’s Men’s Curling Club Championship. They defeated Team Gallant Saturday afternoon to earn a spot at the Provincials in O’Leary next month. It was a close game, but a score of 3 by MacDonald in the 4th end made the difference.
Team Arsenault 12
Team Kennedy 1
Arsenault had a 2-1 lead after 3 ends, then blew it open ...
Team MacDonald 8
Team Kennedy 3
MacDonald started fast again with a steal of 3 in the 1st. Kennedy answered back with 2 in the 2nd. MacDonald pulled away by scoring singles in the 5th, 6th and 7th before running Kennedy out of rocks in the 8th.
Team Arsenault 6
Team Gallant 2
Both teams traded singles with hammer in the first two ends. Arsenault pulled away with a steal of 2 in the 3rd and another 1 in the 4th. Gallant had several chances to get back in the game but couldn’t capitalize.
Draw 3 (Saturday, 2 pm) features Team ...
February 26th, 2019 will be another special night in Island sport as Sport PEI prepares to host its 45th annual awards night at Holland College’s Florence Simmons Performance Hall. The evening will showcase the Island’s finest amateur sporting accomplishments from 2018.
Leading the field of athletes will be the nominees for the 3 Points Aviation Senior Athletes of the Year. The list includes male finalists Mark Arendz (para nordic & biathlon), Billy Bridges (sledge hockey), and Brett Gallant (curling). On the female side Alysha Corrigan (rugby), Veronica Keefe (wrestling), and Heather Moyse (bobsleigh) will look to take top spot.
Winners have been determined in ...
Here are the results from draw 1 of our men’s single round robin Curling Club Championship competition:
Team MacDonald 7
Team Arsenault 6
Team MacDonald took 4 in the 1st end and raced out to a 7-1 lead after 4 ends. Team Arsenault clawed their way back in the second half, stealing 2 in the 7th to close within 1, but came up short in the 8th.
Team Kennedy 9
Team Gallant 6
Team Kennedy stole a big 4 in the 1st end and held a 7-4 lead after 4 ends. Team Gallant couldn’t get anything going and were run out of rocks in the 8th, ...
The Crapaud Community Curling Club is proud to host the
PEI Mixed Doubles Championship February 1-4, 2019.
They are looking for volunteers to time games.
If you can help, please contact Terri Wood at 902-439-5538 or by emailing email@example.com.
SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. – Two P.E.I. curling rinks will take different levels of experience onto the national stage in Saskatchewan.
Tyler Smith, 20, will skip a veteran and experienced men’s rink out of the Charlottetown Curling Complex, and the Lauren Ferguson-skipped women’s team from the Cornwall Curling Club will be making its debut in the New Holland Canadian junior championships, which begin Saturday and run through to Jan. 27, in Prince Albert.
From left: Robbie Doherty, Ryan Lowery, Alex MacFadyen, Ryan Abraham, Tyler Smith
“All of these guys on my team have been to at least one ...
While our men's Club Championship will be decided this weekend, we have already declared our Women's Club Champions, Team Nicholson, consisting of Skip Kim Nicholson, Mate Jean Sinclair, Second Darlene Howlett and Lead Dena Farrell, who will advance to the Provincial Curling Club Championships, February 22-26 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary.
Team Nicholson (L-R): Kim Nicholson, Jean Sinclair, Darlene Howlett, Dena Farrell
P.E.I. squad has busy few weeks before representing province at Canada Games in Alberta
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. – The flight to Red Deer, Alta., is fast approaching for Team P.E.I.’s women’s curling team.
The Lauren Ferguson-skipped rink from Cornwall, Crapaud and Charlottetown will represent the Island at the 2019 Canada Games in Red Deer, Alta. Team members are, from left, Ferguson, third Katie Shaw, second Alexis Burris, lead Lexie Murray and coach David Murphy. - Contributed
With about five weeks before they hit the ice against the rest of the country, skip Lauren Ferguson and her teammates are prepping almost every ...
Our Men's representatives for the provincial Curling Club Championships (formerly Travelers) will be determined this weekend.
Team Nicholson, consisting of Skip Kim Nicholson, Mate Jean Sinclair, Second Darlene Howlett and Lead Dena Farrell will advance to the Provincials on the Women's side.
The Provincial Curling Club Championships will take place February 22-26 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O'Leary.
Round one in our single round-robin event for the Men gets underway Friday 18 Jan at 7:00 pm with Team Arsenault vs Team MacDonald and Team Gallant vs Team Kennedy.
Round 2 and 3 will be played on Saturday 19 Jan at 10:00 ...
Longtime Club members will remember Joe Doyle, who was Club president in 1991-1992. Joe passed away recently. Here is the funeral announcement:
At his home Joseph Edward Doyle, Charlottetown, age 77 years. Proud father of Kent (Shawna), Kimberley Doyle (Andre Carelse) and Kelley Doyle (Jeff Milligan). Loving grandfather of Keisha, Kody, Nicholas, Jeffrey, Jenna, Madalyn, Katelyn and Blake. Brother of Franklin (Elaine), Sheila Griffin (Everett), Gail Kirchoeffell (Sigmond), Linda Lefebvre (Jacques), Stephanie Smith (David, deceased), Dale and Cathy Hughes (Paul). Predeceased by his wife Janie (Rogers), parents Stephen and Ada (Griffin) Doyle and brother Dean. Resting at Belvedere Funeral Home ...
The annual Kenmac Energy Mixed Funspiel, with 22 teams taking part, came to a close Saturday evening with the team skipped by Mark MacDonald and 3rd Katelyn Burgoyne, 2nd Breanne Burgoyne and lead Garth Cudmore getting their names added to the Kenmac plaque.
Teams played one six-end game on Friday evening and two more on Saturday. Off-ice on Friday night, the curlers were served up mussels from MR Seafoods Inc as well as other snack foods. They were then treated to a great evening of music by Just Cuz.
Saturday morning started with freshly-brewed coffee, and muffins supplied by Country Style as well ...
We'll have a report later, but in the meantime, here's a photo album from this past weekend's Kenmac Energy bonspiel. Photos courtesy of Laurie Kelly. Click on a picture to enlarge, and use arrows or swipe to go ahead or back.
Three players will head to Prince Albert, Sask., with a chance to make history at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships.
Both gold-medal teams are back from the 2018 event to attempt to defend their titles at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors. And Tyler Tardi (back row, left), Sterling Middleton (back row, second from left) and Karlee Burgess (front row, third from left) have a chance to become the first three-time Canadian junior champions. (Photo, Curling Canada/Michael Burns)
The Canadian Under-21 Championships kick off Saturday at the Art Hauser Centre and the ...
Well, it wasn’t the finish we wanted, but we had a very successful and fun week as a team, placing runner up at the PEI Scotties. Thank you to the Briarwood for wonderful accommodations all week, Western Community Curling Club for their hospitality, Larry Richards for his wonderful ice, Curl PEI and the volunteers.
Thank you to our coach Pat, our wonderful fans, families and friends and of course our sponsors. Our season wouldn’t happen without you all.
Congrats to Team Birt and good luck in Sydney!
- Team Smith
Two Curl PEI Provincial Curling Championships have entry deadlines coming up in the last half of month.
(1) The Curl PEI/Stick Curling PEI Provincial Stick curling championships, with male and female divisions and two-person teams, will be held at the Montague Curling Rink from Feb. 5-7. Entry deadline is January 15. Entry fee is $85 per two-person team.
(2) The Provincial Seniors Curling Championships, with male and female events for curlers age 50 and over, will be held at the Silver Fox in Summerside from Feb 8-12. Entry deadline is Jan 18. Entry fee per four-person team is $190 plus competitor fees.
Our Club Championships to determine our men's and women's representatives for the provincial Curling Club Championships (Feb. 22-26 in O'Leary) will be contested here on January 18-19. Entry fee is $100 per team. Format will be determined by number of entries. Sign-up is available at the Club. Deadline for entries is Tuesday January 15.
Please refer to Curl PEI Curling Club Championships Eligibility Requirements (below) for this event as they will be strictly enforced.
Event Coordinator - Peter Murdoch, 902-330-3017
CURL PEI – 2018/19 Curling Club Championships Eligibility Requirements
We trust that all participants will respect the intent of this championship for curling clubs ...
Registration is now open for the Vogue Optical 2019 PEI 55+ Winter Games being hosted by the City of Charlottetown, February 18 – 23, 2019. Curling, with 55+ Men’s and 55+ Mixed/Women’s divisions, will be held at the at the Charlottetown Curling Complex on Feb. 18-20, with Stick Curling, with Open and Women’s Open divisions, following on the 21st and 22nd. Registration for either is $15 per person per event.
Download and print the registration form (PDF) here:
Registration Form 2019 55+ Winter Games
The registration deadline is February 7. No late registrations will be accepted.
Over 450 past participants have ...
PEI's representatives at the 2019 Canada Games, skipped by Lauren Ferguson and Mitchell Schut from the Cornwall Curling Club, along with New Brunswick's Erica Cluff team from the Woodstock Golf and Country Club, finished play with 2-1 win-loss records at the Pre-Canada Winter Games event which took place Saturday and Sunday at Curl Moncton, featuring the junior men's and women's Canada Games teams from the three Maritime provinces. The other three teams in the event finished at 1-2.
Both PEI teams lost their only game to Cluff (each team plays one team of the opposite sex, and Schut happened to play ...
ALBERTON — The year was 2003 when Suzanne (Gaudet) Birt first skipped a team to the P.E.I. Scotties provincial women’s curling championship title. On Sunday the veteran women’s skip, and 2001 world junior curling champion, skipped a team to the P.E.I. Scotties title for a tenth time.
Skip Suzanne Birt, standing left, and her mate, Marie Christianson, look on as Veronica Smith directs her sweepers. Birt downed Smith 10-4 in the championship final of the P.E.I. Scotties provincial women’s curling championship Sunday afternoon at the Western Community Curling Club.
Birt and her Mitchell O’Shea coached team of Marie Christianson, mate; Meaghan Hughes, ...
The Cornwall Curling Club sold tickets on a pair of full event ticket packages worth $800 for the 2019 Scotties, February 16-24 at Centre 200 in Sydney NS. The drawing was held today, but the winner has donated them back to the Club and a new winner will be drawn on Monday evening.
The Suzanne Birt rink from the Charlottetown Curling Complex, which includes two members of her 2016 winning team, third Marie Christianson, and second Meaghan Hughes, along with lead Michelle McQuaid, captured the PEI Scotties Provincial Women’s Curling Championship Sunday afternoon at the Western Community Curling Club in Alberton, with a 10-4 win over Cornwall’s Veronica Smith foursome. This is Birt’s 10th provincial women’s championship — she won her first in 2003. Hughes and McQuaid were also on the 2017 and 2018 winning teams, skipped by Robyn MacPhee.
Winning team photo (L-R): Bill Smith, Curl PEI Treasurer, Suzanne Birt, ...
There’s no need for a 2 pm game in the PEI Tankard, as John Likely and his team from Charlottetown and the host Western Community curling club in Alberton were able to steal a 10th end single to edge defending champion Eddie MacKenzie and his Charlottetown team by a 6-5 score this morning to win the provincial men’s championship. As Likely had won two of the three modified-knockout draw sections, a win in either game today would have given him the title, while MacKenzie would have needed to win both. The Likely squad, who were runners-up last year, includes third Anson ...
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!
Major Event Dates for 2018-2019 Season
Mixed Doubles: 3 November
US Ladies Tour and Lunch 6 November
Sandra Schmirler Charity Tournament 16-17 November
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