News from the Seniors
Five years after a successful visit, the Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships are returning to Digby, N.S., in 2016.
Fresh off winning her second Canadian senior women’s championship earlier in the day, Nova Scotia skip Colleen Pinkney was honoured again Sunday night during the awards ceremony.
Wayne Tallon took a long-awaited step to the top level of the podium at a Canadian curling championship on Sunday at the Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club in Summerside, P.E.I.
Late Friday night, it appeared that Howard Rajala’s 8-3 record would not make a tiebreaker let alone the playoffs. But a stumble by PEI in that last round allowed Ontario to slip in the playoff picture and now, are just one win away from bringing the title to Ottawa.
Given a second life at the end of the round robin when PEI lost a game that would have eliminated Rajala, the Rideau CC squad from Ottawa ended Rod MacDonald’s hopes of winning this championship in his home province.
Wayne Tallon and team from the Capital Winter Club in Fredericton upped his record to 8-1 alone in first place at the 2013 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.
With two draws left to go in the round robin, Nova Scotia’s Colleen Pinkney has earned a bye to Sunday’s championship final and the right to once again, represent Canada at the World Seniors.
Five teams have legitimate claims to the three playoffs spots available at the 2013 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.
Nova Scotia’s Colleen Pinkney is one more win away from a guaranteed playoff spot following a win over Saskatchewan’s Cathy Inglis at the 2013 Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship at the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club in Summerside, PEI.