Battles with schnitzel, winners with Spam

The Super League bits the sheets for another round of curling mayhem.

Skips call the shots Wednesday evening at Super League Curling.

Last Wednesday, the Super League met for another clash of the titans, with all shoes on the sheets to battle their way to the top of the super teams.

On sheet ‘A,’ Billy Barker broke the JAR, 10-1.

After the second end the JAR opened up and the Billy team filled them with chips, clearing the way to the cashier.

Cariboo Pulp and DLE lined up on sheet ‘C’ in their face off for supremacy.

Under the new contract, Cariboo Pulp felt no pressure facing the defending champions. With 35 meal tickets on the line, the pulpsters came through with a 5-1 win, halting the LeBlank train.

CDC and Investors group tumbled through an energy-filled game.

With the exuberance of a child jumping out of bed on Christmas morning, the CDC took a new lesson plan to the ice: take many, give few and the result will always be favourable. Investors may need to look at their “interest” in the game.

CDC came out on top, 7-4.

A&W took to the ice against Willis Harper in an effort to get back to winning.

It took an extra end for Willis Harper to defeat first place A&W to even their records at four wins and two losses.

Willis Harper finished up a point, 7-6.

Frank’s Supermarket and Karin’s Deli came out in a rumble between eponymous stores dealing in food.

Well over 100 fans in camp gear came out to support Frank’s. After clashing with the schnitzel wielding Germans in the stands, the game was suspended while Dennis B. cleared the sausage and wieners from the ice. Once the game was resumed, Frank’s came from behind for a satisfying win. Once again, Frank’s fans were treated to one free tin of Spam.

The super curlers will be back on the ice, throwing rocks for honour, Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.

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