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Victoria’s Team de Jong wins 2019 BC Mixed

A Victoria team featuring Junior Men’s World Champion Alex Horvath has won the 2019 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship. [Read more…]

2019 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship set to start

A fantastic field of athletes will be on the ice at the 2019 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship. [Read more…]

Curl BC welcomes OpenRoad Auto Group as sponsor

Curl BC has collaborated with new sponsor OpenRoad Auto Group on a video. [Read more…]

BC teams bring home hardware from nationals

A successful weekend of curling for teams from BC resulted in three medals for the province. [Read more…]

BC’s U18 teams head to nationals in Alberta

BC’s brightest young curling stars will be competing in Sherwood Park, Alta., for the third edition of the Canadian Under-18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships, beginning tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Glen Allan Recreation Complex. [Read more…]

PCMCA/BCIMCA combined champions named

Twenty-seven masters teams from across BC took part in the PCMCA/BCIMCA Combined Championships in Victoria from March 19-23. [Read more…]

Golden Ears Winter Club wins $10,000 club grant

Golden Ears Winter Club in Maple Ridge has won a $10,000 Club Grant from Curling Canada following a contest run as part of the Curling Day in Canada celebrations. [Read more…]

Team Konyer and Team Sutton win 2019 Club Challenge

Team Konyer and Team Sutton were crowned champions of BC at a special anniversary event in Abbotsford at the weekend. [Read more…]

BC Club Challenge starts in Abbotsford

Twenty-four teams of club curlers from across BC have gathered in Abbotsford for a special anniversary event. [Read more…]

Douglas Royals win gold with fantastic new team

The Douglas Royals were named the 2019 CCAA Curling Canada Women’s Champions following a 7-5 victory over the MacEwan Griffins.

This is the second year in a row the college has won gold in curling, with last year the medal going to a men’s team (Team Wenzek).

The event took place in Fredericton from March 15-19.

The Royals were the story of the tournament, as the team had only been playing together a short time before the event began. While skip Kayla MacMillan, third Patty Wallingham and second Sarah Loken are experienced competitors, lead Samantha Kell had only played in two curling games before nationals.

Douglas’ championship got off to a rough start with two tough losses on day one, but they got their game together and put together impressive performances the rest of the way.

In the gold medal game, the teams took turns winning ends and the match was tied 3-3 after the sixth. The Royals scored one in the seventh end and another three in the eighth to take a 7-3 lead over the Griffins with only two to play. MacEwan answered right back with two in the ninth but Douglas kept the house clean in the 10th to claim the women’s title. Patty Wallingham curled 78% for the champion Royals while Erin Wells led MacEwan, curling 83%.

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