Sunday Funday

The Sunday Morning Fun League, an open league that plays every Sunday at 10 a.m.

The Sunday Morning Fun League, an open league that plays every Sunday at 10 a.m.

They have players of all ages and of all experience, therefore, the “fun” portion of the name.

The leagues wind-up bonspiel held on March 8 began with the “piping on the ice” by the Quesnel Pipes and Drums at 8 a.m. (just like the pro’s).

They then played 3 – 4 end games and the winners played one more four-ender to determine the winners of each division.

They then retired to the Legion for their banquet and the trophy presentation

First in League play was the Lois Parsons rink with Third Jim McGhee, Second Allison Duddy and Lead Shelly Calihou

First in the “A” side playoffs was the Terry Berg rink with Third Ed Stolarski, Second Brian Mankowske and Lead Sam Koning

First in the “B” side playoffs was the Darcey Horn Rink with Third Tina Rothenburg, Second Audrey Nawrocky and Lead Irene Pepper.

New curlers are always welcome and the sign-up sheet will be on the Legion Branch 94 bulletin board just after Labour Day and there is also the option of online registration through the Quesnel Curling Centre’s web site.

See you all in the fall.

 

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