Wednesday Evening Ladder League

Wed. evening Ladder League wraps up for season

 

The final draw of the Wednesday evening Ladder League concluded last night. Two rinks, skipped by Joe Callaghan and Rachel MacLean, finished with 4-2 records in the B pool. Callaghan beat MacLean in their game on February 15 (they were supposed to play again last week, but it was cancelled), and, by the “head to head” results, wins the final B pool round, and some Wendy’s gift certificates.

Going into the final evening of the “A” pool, three rinks, skipped by Angus Kennedy, Lauren Ferguson, and Kelly Watts, all had 4-2 records. The Kennedy rink were eliminated from contention as they were unable to field a team for the final draw, leaving two contenders for the MR Seafood gift certificates. The Ferguson rink won their very close game against the Greg Groves rink, but would need a Watts loss in order for them to take first place, as they lost to Watts in their round robin encounter. Watts was up one coming home with hammer and lying one in the four foot against the Greg Robertson rink. Robertson, with his last stone, made a fantastic draw around a guard to the four foot. which would tie the game if his rock ended up as shot. The two rocks were very close, and after looking at the stones several times, Watts concluded that she had shot rock, and threw her last one away. After a couple of measures, it was concluded that Watts did indeed have shot rock, and took the A pool prize for the final round.

Thanks to all the league curlers and to our sponsors (listed below) for all four rounds this season. See you in the fall!

Here are the winners of each pool for each round this season:

Round One, sponsored by Lowther’s Snow Removal

A Pool 

Joe Callaghan, Alan Mason, Jeff Hannam, Shannon Fenelon

B Pool

Angus Kennedy, Jean Sinclair, Wade Deaken, Ken Monaghan

Round Two

Griffin’s Auto Service A Pool

Greg Groves, Don Weeks, Cynthia Livingston, Marjorie Matthews

Cornwall Auto and Tire B Pool

Kelly Watts, Cathy Handren, Paula Ling, Krista Affleck

Round Three

Wally’s Pharmasave A Pool

Greg Groves, Don Weeks, Cynthia Livingston, Marjorie Matthews

Red Island Baked Potato B Pool 

Lauren Ferguson, Emma Coffin, Sierra Clyke,  Emily Sanderson,

Round Four

MR Seafood A Pool

Kelly Watts, Cathy Handren, Paula Ling, Krista Affleck

Wendy’s B Pool

Joe Callaghan, Alan Mason, Jeff Hannam, Shannon Fenelon

 

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We’re down to the fourth and last round at the Wednesday evening Ladder League, and, thanks to avoiding each and every storm this season (so far), we’ve got seven weeks left. We’ll fill it with a seven week round – the normal five weeks, plus rematches of the first two nights. In the event that we miss a week due to a storm, we’ll replace one of the two weeks at the end with that week’s draw, so you’ll get to play everyone at least once. But first, let’s get to the previous round.

The winners of the “A” pool in Round Three were the Greg Groves rink, who also won in round two. The team, which includes Donald Weeks, Cynthia Livingston, and Marjorie Matthews,  had only one loss in the round. They’ll be receiving gift certificates from Round 3 A pool sponsor Wally’s Pharmasave. Two teams, skipped by Angus Kennedy and Donald DeWolfe, both had two losses in the round. We have no budget for silver medals, so I won’t check which one actually came second. The Ray Biagé rink’s return to the A pool was short, and despite having beaten the first place team, and having some close games, they only had one other win, so they’ll be dropping down the ladder for the last round. Kelly Watts and her team also had only two wins, but they beat the Biagé team in their round robin game, and will stay in A. Also moving down to B will be the Gord Peters team, who only picked up one win in the round.

The Lauren Ferguson team started off the season in the A pool,  and will be returning there for the final round, having won ALL of their B pool games last round. The team, which includes Emma Coffin, Sierra Clyke, and Emily Sanderson, will be getting gift certificates courtesy of Red Island Baked Potato (over by Wally’s in the mall). The Greg Robertson and Rachel MacLean foursomes both had three wins, but Robertson beat MacLean 7-6 in their game, and will be moving up the ladder to A, while MacLean will stay put.

Here are the teams for Round Four, sponsored by MR Seafood:

A1-Greg Groves
A2-Angus Kennedy
A3-Donald DeWolfe
A4-Kelly Watts
A5-Lauren Ferguson
A6-Greg Robertson

B1-Ray Biagé
B2-Gord Peters
B3-Rachel MacLean
B4-Joe Callaghan
B5-Rob Gallant
B6-Dave Younker

Here is the round four schedule:

Week One Feb. 15
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B3-Rachel MacLean vs B4-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: B2-Gord Peters vs B5-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B6-Dave Younker

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A3-Donald DeWolfe vs A4-Kelly Watts
Ice 2: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A5-Lauren Ferguson
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A6-Greg Robertson

Week Two Feb. 22
6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 2: A4-Kelly Watts vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A5-Lauren Ferguson

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Gord Peters vs B3-Rachel MacLean
Ice 2: B4-Joe Callaghan vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B5-Rob Gallant

Week Three March 1
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B4-Joe Callaghan vs B1-Ray Biagé
Ice 2: B2-Gord Peters vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B5-Rob Gallant vs B3-Rachel MacLean

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A4-Kelly Watts vs A1-Greg Groves
Ice 2: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A5-Lauren Ferguson vs A3-Donald DeWolfe

Week Four March 8
6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A5-Lauren Ferguson A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 2: A1-Greg Groves vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 3: A4-Kelly Watts vs A2-Angus Kennedy

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B5-Rob Gallant vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 2: B1-Ray Biagé vs B3-Rachel MacLean
Ice 3: B4-Joe Callaghan vs B2-Gord Peters

Week Five March 15
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Gord Peters vs B1-Ray Biagé
Ice 2: B3-Rachel MacLean vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B4-Joe Callaghan vs B5-Rob Gallant

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A1-Greg Groves
Ice 2: A3-Donald DeWolfe vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A4-Kelly Watts vs A5-Lauren Ferguson

Week Six cancelled due to storm

Week Six March 22 
6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A3-Donald DeWolfe vs A4-Kelly Watts
Ice 2: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A5-Lauren Ferguson
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A6-Greg Robertson

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B3-Rachel MacLean vs B4-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: B2-Gord Peters vs B5-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B6-Dave Younker

Week Seven March 29
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Gord Peters vs B3-Rachel MacLean
Ice 2: B4-Joe Callaghan vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B5-Rob Gallant

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Angus Kennedy vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 2: A4-Kelly Watts vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A5-Lauren Ferguson

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The second round is now complete in the Wednesday Evening Ladder League. The Greg Groves rink, which includes Don Weeks, Cynthia Livingston, and Marjorie Matthews, made an impressive debut in the A pool, having only one loss, and will win the first place gift certificates courtesy of sponsor Griffin’s Auto Service. Three teams, skipped by Donald DeWolfe, Gord Peters, and Angus Kennedy, had two losses and will be remaining in the A pool, while two teams, skipped by round 1 winner Joe Callaghan, and by Greg Robertson, have only one win, and will be moving down the ladder to the B pool.

A final-week loss by previously-undefeated Ray Biagé to Kelly Watts made things complicated in the B pool, with these two rinks, plus the Lauren Ferguson team, all finishing with 4 and 1 win-loss records, and only two of them to move to the A pool. The head to head records couldn’t be used to determine the winner, as each of the three teams lost to one of the others: Biagé beat Ferguson 7-5, but lost 10-5 to Watts. Watts beat Biagé 10-5, but lost to 7-4 to Ferguson, and Ferguson beat Watts 7-4, but lost 7-5  to Biagé. According to the tiebreaking rules, we then have to look at score differences between the three tied teams. Biage and Ferguson each scored 12 points, and Watts scored 14, so Watts wins the round, and the gift certificates, courtesy of sponsor Cornwall Auto and Tire. We then had to return to the head to head records between Biagé and Ferguson, who were tied in score points. Since Biagé won their head to head game, they are awarded second place, and will be moving up to the A pool, while Ferguson will remain in B.

Here are the teams for round three (order juggled slightly to ensure that no team is in same slot as last round)

A1-Greg Groves, A2-Gord Peters, A3-Angus Kennedy, A4-Donald DeWolfe, A5-Kelly Watts, A6-Ray Biagé

B1-Joe Callaghan, B2-Greg Robertson, B3-Rachel MacLean, B4-Lauren Ferguson, B5-Dave Younker, B6-Rob Gallant

Team Ferguson is attending a Junior Development session with Adam Casey in Summerside next Wednesday evening and would like to play their game at another time, so we will schedule them against the other junior team, MacLean, in that game, and they can play it when time and ice permits over the next 5 weeks. The A pool will have the early timeslot the first week, as they had the late slot in the final game of round 2.

Here is the round three draw, with the A pool sponsored by Wally’s Pharmasave, and the B pool sponsored by Red Island Baked Potato.

Week One Jan. 11

6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A3-Angus Kennedy vs A4-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 2: A2-Gord Peters vs A5-Kelly Watts
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A6-Ray Biagé

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B3-Rachel MacLean vs B4-Lauren Ferguson
Ice 2: B2-Greg Robertson vs B5-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B1-Joe Callaghan vs B6-Rob Gallant

Week Two Jan. 18

6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Greg Robertson vs B3-Rachel MacLean
Ice 2: B4-Lauren Ferguson vs B6-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B1-Joe Callaghan vs B5-Dave Younker

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Gord Peters vs A3-Angus Kennedy
Ice 2: A4-Donald DeWolfe vs A6-Ray Biagé
Ice 3: A1-Greg Groves vs A5-Kelly Watts

Week Three Jan. 25
6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A4-Donald DeWolfe vs A1-Greg Groves 
Ice 2: A2-Gord Peters vs A6-Ray Biagé
Ice 3: A5-Kelly Watts vs A3-Angus Kennedy

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B4-Lauren Ferguson vs B1-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: B2-Greg Robertson vs B6-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B5-Dave Younker vs B3-Rachel MacLean

Week Four Feb. 1
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B5-Dave Younker vs B6-Rob Gallant
Ice 2: B1-Joe Callaghan vs B3-Rachel MacLean
Ice 3: B4-Lauren Ferguson vs B2-Greg Robertson

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A5-Kelly Watts A6-Ray Biagé
Ice 2: A1-Greg Groves vs A3-Angus Kennedy
Ice 3: A4-Donald DeWolfe vs A2-Gord Peters

Week Five Feb. 8

6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Gord Peters vs A1-Greg Groves
Ice 2: A3-Angus Kennedy vs A6-Ray Biagé
Ice 3: A4-Donald DeWolfe vs A5-Kelly Watts

830 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Greg Robertson vs B1-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: B3-Rachel MacLean vs B6-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B4-Lauren Ferguson vs B5-Dave Younker

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Round One of the Wednesday Evening Ladder League, sponsored by Lowther’s Snow Removal, wrapped up last week. The Joe Callaghan rink went undefeated to win the A Pool, while the Angus Kennedy team had just one loss to capture the B pool. These teams will both receive prizes.

The Donald DeWolfe foursome with only one loss, and the Gord Peters squad, with two, are safe in the A pool, while the Ray Biagé and Lauren Ferguson rinks are going down the ladder to pool B.

The Kennedy team, along with the Greg Groves rink with 2 losses, will be moving on up to pool A. The Rachel MacLean team may have had two losses as well (neither they nor their opponents marked their score the last week), but they lost to Groves in their game, so they would stay in B either way. Kelly Watts and her team, who had three losses, along with the Rob Gallant team will remain in B as well.

Two new teams are joining us this round. They played off in a Qualifier Game on Wednesday, with the Greg Robertson team winning, and going to the A pool, while the Dave Younker rink will be in the B. The addition of two extra teams will eliminate the need for the weekly crossover game between the pools and we will use three sheets at both 6:30 and 8:30.

To recap, the A pool for next round will have the following rinks:

A1-Joe Callaghan, A2-Donald DeWolfe, A3-Gord Peters, A4-Angus Kennedy, A5-Greg Groves, A6-Greg Robertson

The B pool teams will be:

B1-Ray Biagé, B2-Lauren Ferguson, B3-Kelly Watts, B4-Rachel MacLean, B5-Rob Gallant, B6-Dave Younker

The B pool have the 6:30 timeslot on Nov. 30, as B had the late slot last week.

We will continue to use only sheets 1-3. I moved some games around for this draw to try to ensure that a team doesn’t play too many games on the same sheet, but it’s impossible to make it even for everyone with three sheets of ice.

Here is the Round Two draw, sponsored by (Pool A) Griffin’s Auto Service
and (Pool B) Cornwall Auto and Tire

Week One Nov. 30

6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Lauren Ferguson vs B1-Ray Biagé
Ice 2: B3-Kelly Watts vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B4-Rachel MacLean vs B5-Rob Gallant

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Donald DeWolfe vs A1-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: A3-Gord Peters vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A4-Angus Kennedy vs A5-Greg Groves

Week Two Dec. 7

6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A3-Gord Peters vs A4-Angus Kennedy
Ice 2: A2-Donald DeWolfe vs A5-Greg Groves
Ice 3: A1-Joe Callaghan vs A6-Greg Robertson

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B3-Kelly Watts vs B4-Rachel MacLean
Ice 2: B2-Lauren Ferguson vs B5-Rob Gallant
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B6-Dave Younker

Week Three Dec 14

6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Lauren Ferguson vs B3-Kelly Watts
Ice 2: B4-Rachel MacLean vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B1-Ray Biagé vs B5-Rob Gallant

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A2-Donald DeWolfe vs A3-Gord Peters
Ice 2: A4-Angus Kennedy vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A1-Joe Callaghan vs A5-Greg Groves

Week Four Dec 21
6:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A4-Angus Kennedy vs A1-Joe Callaghan
Ice 2: A2-Donald DeWolfe vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 3: A5-Greg Groves vs A3-Gord Peters

8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B4-Rachel MacLean vs B1-Ray Biagé
Ice 2: B2-Lauren Ferguson vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 3: B5-Rob Gallant vs B3-Kelly Watts

Week Five Jan. 4
6:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B5-Rob Gallant vs B6-Dave Younker
Ice 2: B1-Ray Biagé vs B3-Kelly Watts
Ice 3: B4-Rachel MacLean vs B2-Lauren Ferguson

8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A5-Greg Groves vs A6-Greg Robertson
Ice 2: A1-Joe Callaghan vs A3-Gord Peters
Ice 3: A4-Angus Kennedy vs A2-Donald DeWolfe

Update – Nov. 23: 

Round one of the Wednesday Evening Ladder League wraps up tonight. Also joining us on sheet 4 in the early draw will be two more teams, who will be qualifying for round 2, with the winning team going to the A pool and the runner-up to the B. Dave Younker is back to the League, as we have found more players for  him, and the Greg Robertson team is joining us from the Tuesday night league. With 12 teams, we’ll be able to replace the Crossover game in round 2 with regular games in each pool.

Following the conclusion of Qualifier Night last week, the A and B pool teams have now been determined for round one, sponsored by Lowther’s Snow Removal.  Here are the teams:

A Pool:
A1-Gord Peters, A2-Joe Callaghan, A3-Donald DeWolfe, A4-Ray Biagé, A5-Lauren Ferguson

B Pool:
B1-Kelly Watts, B2-Rob Gallant, B3-Angus Kennedy, B4-Greg Groves, B5-Rachel MacLean

Each round will have five weeks, with teams playing each of the other teams in their pool, plus a “crossover” game against the team in the same slot in the other pool. At the end of the round,  the two teams at the bottom of the A pool, and the two at the top of the B pool will swap places.

Teams will be awarded three points for a win, 1 for a loss, and 0 for a default each week. Scores will also be recorded, in case tiebreaking is needed.

Here is the Round One draw. All crossover games will take place at 6:30, so please be aware that, regardless of which pool you are in, you play at 6:30 if you are in a crossover game. We will use sheets 1-3 each week, with only 2 of the 3 sheets needed at 8:30. With the exception of the crossover game, we alternate between A and B pools starting at 6:30.

Week One Oct. 26
6:30 pm (A pool plus crossover)
Ice 1: A2-Joe Callaghan vs A1-Gord Peters
Ice 2: A3-Donald DeWolfe vs B3-Angus Kennedy (crossover)
Ice 3: A4-Ray Biagé vs A5-Lauren Ferguson
8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: B2-Rob Gallant vs B1-Kelly Watts
Ice 2: No Game
Ice 3: B4-Greg Groves vs B5-Rachel MacLean

Week Two Nov. 2
6:30 pm (B pool plus crossover)
Ice 1: B1-Kelly Watts vs A1-Gord Peters (crossover)
Ice 2: B3-Angus Kennedy vs B4-Greg Groves
Ice 3: B2-Rob Gallant vs B5-Rachel MacLean
8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: No Game
Ice 2: A3-Donald DeWolfe vs A4-Ray Biagé
Ice 3: A2-Joe Callaghan vs A5-Lauren Ferguson

Week Three Nov. 9
6:30 pm (A pool plus crossover)
Ice 1: A4-Ray Biagé vs B4-Greg Groves (crossover)
Ice 2: A2-Joe Callaghan vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 3: A1-Gord Peters vs A5-Lauren Ferguson
8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: No Game
Ice 2: B2-Rob Gallant vs B3-Angus Kennedy
Ice 3: B1-Kelly Watts vs B5-Rachel MacLean

Week Four Nov. 16
6:30 pm (B pool plus crossover)
Ice 1: B4-Greg Groves vs B1-Kelly Watts
Ice 2: B5-Rachel MacLean vs B3-Angus Kennedy
Ice 3: B2-Rob Gallant vs A2-Joe Callaghan (crossover)
8:30 pm (A pool)
Ice 1: A4-Ray Biagé vs A1-Gord Peters
Ice 2: A5-Lauren Ferguson vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 3: No Game

Week Five Nov. 23
6:30 pm (A pool plus crossover)
Ice 1: A5-Lauren Ferguson vs B5-Rachel MacLean (crossover)
Ice 2: A1-Gord Peters vs A3-Donald DeWolfe
Ice 3: A4-Ray Biagé vs A2-Joe Callaghan
Ice 4: Dave Younker vs Greg Robertson (Qualifier game for next round) 
8:30 pm (B pool)
Ice 1: No game
Ice 2: B1-Kelly Watts vs B3-Angus Kennedy
Ice 3: B4-Greg Groves vs B2-Rob Gallant

Round two: Nov 30, Dec 7, 14, 21, Jan 4.

Round three:  Jan 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1, 8

Round four: Feb. 15, 22, March 1, 8, 15

Remaining dates: March 22, 29

Here are the team rosters:

Greg Robertson, Laura Robertson, Jessica MacPherson, Jeff Arsenault

David Younker,  Des Nantes,  Ann Younker, Barb Arsenault

Joe Callaghan, Alan Mason, Jeff Hannam, Shannon Fenelon

Greg Groves, Don Weeks, Marjorie Matthews, Cynthia Livingston

Lauren Ferguson, Emma Coffin, Emily Sanderson, Sierra Clyke

Ray Biagé, Derek Gallant, Rebecca Rolfe, Derek MacEwen

Gord Peters, Hank Kamphuis, Gerald Dykerman, Pat MacInnis

Rob Gallant, Hans Wicki, Kim MacDonald, Kellie-Lynn Younker

Donald DeWolfe, Alex Gallant, Logan Maker, Nick Johnston

Angus Kennedy, Jean Sinclair, Wade Deaken, Ken Monaghan

Kelly Watts, Cathy Handren, Paula Ling, TBA

Rachel MacLean, Avery Nicholson, Jordan Dunphy-Condon, Olivia Barbour

Spares:

Paul Arsenault 566-1119, 330-1119
Colleen Solterman 314-0206
Edgar Coffin 892-3386, 629-0401
Frank Weiler 388-0905
Lorianne Davies 569-1994
Rick Neumeyer 894-8400, 213-4210
Gordon Matthews 566-3718, 393-5329
Paul Neima
Bob Fowler (until Nov. 15) 675-4333, 388-1230
Joe MacKinnon (early draw) 658-2162, 394-4253
David MacSwain 940-6276, 368-2466
Kim Glydon 367-1904, 314-4650
Eric LeBlanc 569-4931
Mark MacDonald 894-4300, 626-5329

 

Sponsors

Evening Draw #1: Lowther’s Snow Removal

Evening Draw #2 Pool A: Griffin’s Auto Service
Evening Draw #2 Pool B: Cornwall Auto and Tire

Evening Draw #3 Pool A: Wally’s Pharmasave
Evening Draw #3 Pool B: Red Island Baked Potato

Evening Draw #4 MR Seafoods

Draw #4 MR Seafoods

Rules (credit: some come from the Ottawa Curling Club’s Ladder League)

  • Open semi-competitive league. Any player can play any position, and you can change from game to game.
  • 3 game points for a win, 1 game point for a loss, 0 game points for a loss by default. Mark this and your team’s points scored (“score points”) on the scoresheet. In the case of a default, award one score point per end to the winning team. In the case of a tie, award an additional score point for the draw to the button winner. If your score is not marked and you win, you will get one score point more than the losing team. If you lose, you will receive zero score points.
  • In the event of a default, the non-defaulting team will receive one score point for each scheduled end.
  • To break ties at the end of the round between teams with the same record, the tied teams are ranked by applying the following rules in order until one tie is broken. If a one or more ties remain, the rules are applied to each tie starting from rule 1. The process continues until all ties are broken and all teams are ranked.
    1. The teams are ranked using their head-to-head record against the other teams in the tie.
    2. The teams are ranked using the point differential for their games in the round against the other teams in the tie.
    3. The teams are ranked using the point differential for all the games in the round against all teams.
    4. The teams are ranked using their initial ranking in the round.
  • Ties: Decided by skip’s rocks with sweeping (by your team only).
  • Avoiding defaults/using spares: At least one regular team member (and three players in total) must be present for the game to count, or else a default is posted.  Spares should not play a higher position than the player replaced.
  • Storms: Any games cancelled due to storms, etc. either be moved to the end of the draw, if time permits, or NOT played. All subsequent weeks will remain where they were, and any draws missed will be added to the end of the round, if there are enough spare weeks in the season to play them, or cancelled. Any changes to this will be posted on CornwallCurling.com.
  • Teams may reschedule games to a different date and /or time by mutual consent. but ice time is often hard to find.
  • The buzzer will be used to ensure the teams are off the ice within the 2-hour time period.  If the buzzer sounds, teams will complete the current end in play to finish  the game. If tied, the standard draw to the button will then take place.

– Derek MacEwen

Wednesday Night Drawmaster

derek@derekmacewen.com