Super League

The most superest of all the super leaguers was decided in last week's final round of the playoffs.

Willis Harper and their cluster of unpleasantness in their final game against A&W.

The most superest of all the super leaguers was decided last week, as Willis Harper could not be taken down from the top position and ran away with the honours of victory despite not tasting victory on the night.

“It was a team effort. All the boys did really well,” Willis Harper skip, Grant Wawryck said.

It was the first year for the team and it turned out to be a very successful one.

The Child Development Centre took the most points over the regular season and Frank’s Supermarket won the ‘B’ event.

It was A&W with the futile win over Willis Harper, 7-2.

A&W came out making shots and Willis Harper struggled, as they had already clinched the title. Willis Harper could not be caught on the final night of super league curling.

Investors Group took down Billy Barker, 7-4.

Billy B’s skip came through when the chips were down and nearly snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, but just missed a tough double take out to force extra ends. Investors Group were happy to finish on a winning note.

DLE took down CDC in a game that didn’t see much action. In the end, it was DLE that took the lone point for a 1-0 win over CDC.

JAR and Karin’s Deli fought a for the win in a close game, with JAR coming out on top, 7-6.

JAR and Karin traded point for point, end for end in the hard-scrabble battle. JAR was up one coming home, with the hammer. Karin’s was light on the last rock, leaving JAR with the extra point for the win.

Frank’s Supermarket had an easy tie with Sky-Hi, taking them down 9-4.

With $300 on the line and Frank himself in the stands, all the fan’s attention was drawn to the ‘feature’ game on sheet ‘E’, which is being dubbed ‘the game off the century’ by TSN’s Vic Reuter. Frank’s superior athleticism, good looks, desire and matching Lululemon outfits were too much for the Sky-Hi team.

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