Curler’s Corner: Perfect record for six teams so far at WCC

Six teams at the Winfield Curling Club so far have no losses.

Week four is under way at the Winfield Curling Club and so far there are six teams with no losses.

Monday men’s league has the Siegmann team in front of the pack, while Thursday men’s has the Thomson and Reynolds rinks in the lead.

Teams Picco and Richards are both tied in the Tuesday night ladies league, but there are strong teams behind them.

The Friday open league has the Siegmann foursome without a loss as well, but they had all wins last season so this is the team to beat.

Monday morning ladies is still looking for an eighth team to complete their draw so if any ladies out there want to have some fun on a Monday morning, come on down to the club and put your name in.

There is also ice time available on Friday evenings at 8:30 for drop-in, so bring your friends down and throw some rocks. Or come upstairs and visit the curlers in the lounge as they are a friendly bunch.

Also, the senior’s drop-in goes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. These seniors are young at heart and love to come out for the exercise and socializing later and are always looking for new faces to join them.

Last, but not least, the juniors go out on the ice every Wednesday at 4 p.m., so if you have someone in the house that is between 8 and 17 and looking for a new sport to try, send them down 9830 Bottom Wood Lake Rd. on Wednesdays.

Next up at the club is the mixed bonspiel taking place Nov. 15 through 17, and has teams from all over the valley taking part in a two-man, two-woman competition.

For more information or to sign up for this fun event, give the club a call at 250-766-3318—you won’t be disappointed.

 

 

 

 

Terri Palmer is the manager of the Winfield Curling Club.

 

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