We just found out we have two opening for curlers on our Thursday evening single entry draw, with four games at 6:30 pm and two at 8:30 each week, so you play more often at 6:30 than at 8:30. If you are interested, contact the Club as soon as possible, as round #2 starts next Thursday Dec. 14! Teams are shuffled after every seven week round. Prizes for winning team each round. Our prices are pro-rated throughout the season, so you don’t pay for the first draw that just finished. This draw is suitable for both new and experienced curlers.
We currently have a new team on the waiting list to curl in the Wednesday evening Ladder League. The next round starts Dec. 20. As we do not want an odd number of teams in one of the pools, we are looking for one more team. Player price for the rest of the season is $153.00 + HST + Curl PEI fee for new members. For curlers who are one-night members and wish to add another night it’s even less. Contact the Club if you are interested in entering a team or curling on a team on Wednesday evening.
Congratulations to the winners of Round One, sponsored by Pizza Delight, of the Thursday evening single entry mixed draw: Skip.Bryan Sutherland, mate Lee Nickerson, second Barb Arsenault and lead Monica MacKinnon.
Due to the change in the Kenmac Energy Bonspiel dates. the Wendy’s Saturday Morning Junior Development League draw that was scheduled for the 20th of January is rescheduled for the 13th of January.
The dates for the Kenmac Energy Bonspiel have been changed from January 12th & 13th to the following week-end — January 19th & 20th.
This is a final reminder that the entry deadline for the Pepsi Provincial Junior Men’s and Junior Women’s Curling Championships is 11:59 pm today, Wednesday, December 6, 2017. Entry fee is $170 per team, plus $42 per player participant fees. The Pepsi Juniors take place from December 27-31 at the Maple Leaf Curling Club in O’Leary, and are open to competitors who are a maximum of 20 years of age as of June 30, 2017. The winning teams will advance to the 2018 New Holland Canadian Juniors, operated by Curling Canada, from January 13-21, 2018 at the Centre municipal de curling de Shawinigan and Aréna Grand-Mère, in Shawinigan, Quebec.
Enter the provincials online at: http://peicurling.com/eventschships/competitions/entry-form/
Here are the Junior teams entered to-date:
The Cornwall Curling Club is hosting the 2018 PEI Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial Women’s Championship and the PEI Tankard Men’s Championship from January 3-9, 2018. This is the first time the two events have been held concurrently in a facility with just four ice sheets.
Volunteers will be required to help out with: hospitality and social committees, food preparation, admission tables (both doors), game timing, etc. The Volunteer sheet is now up at the Club, and we would appreciate your participation! A meeting of all volunteers is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. 17 at 2 pm at the Club.
We require a Junior Coordinator for the 2nd half of the season, starting sometime between January 1st and Feb. 1st, and ending at March Break (March 25). Deadline for applications is December 31, 2017. An honorarium is provided. We are flexible – we could accept a team who would alternate days and use the honorarium as a fundraiser.
Interested applicants will be responsible for the planning and implementation of the junior instructional program as well as providing support and guidance to all club programs involving junior curlers.
Interested applicants can get more information and a complete job description by contacting the club manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 902-566-4427.
It’ll be Cornwall PEI’s Veronica Smith rink facing Moncton’s Sylvie Robichaud foursome in the 3 pm Women’s final at the WFG Jim Sullivan Classic in Saint John. Smith beat Shelly Graham and her Moncton rink 6-2 in this morning’s quarter-final, and Jennifer Armstrong of Fredericton 7-3 in the semi-final round to advance to this afternoon’s championship game. Robichaud scored a triple in the 7th end to get by Charlottetown’s Robyn MacPhee team by a 7-5 score.
Veronica Smith (Emily Gray photo)
Jamie Murphy of Halifax faces Wayne Tallon of Fredericton in the men’s final, also at 3 pm.
Women’s results at http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?view=Main&eventid=4996#1
Men’s results at http://www.curlingzone.com/event.php?view=Main&eventid=4995#1
Round Robin (3 pools of 6) – Guaranteed 5 games
Total Prize Purse: $15,300
1st Place – $5,000
2nd Place – $3,300
Semi-finalists – $1,500
Quarter-finalists – $1,000
Top 8 teams from any pool will qualify for playoffs;
10 Teams- Round Robin (2 pools of 5) – Guaranteed 4 games
Total Prize Purse: $5,500
1st Place – $1,750
2nd Place – $1,150
Semi-finalists – $750
Quarter-finalists – $550
Top 6 teams from any pool will qualify for playoffs;