With two postponements and a pre-play, there was a small crowd of spectators at the RE/MAX Centre for the Super League games this week. The least likely game to entertain (on paper) ended up as the gem-of-the-night. This was the Ice #3 encounter between the newly crowned Provincial Men’s Champion and the team
There are six games on tape in the St John’s Super Curling League for Tuesday night at 6:30. Rick Rowsell plays Trent Skanes Nathan Young faces Kelli Turpin Matthew Smith meets Paul Harvey Its Heather Strong playing Andrew Symonds Adam Boland curls against Greg Blyde And Stacie Curtis will pla Colin
Team Kelli Turpin (with Michelle Jewer skipping) stole a single in the 3rd end against defending SuperLeague Champion (Team Mark Noseworthy) making the score 2-2, but from that point it was all down hill for the women. Taking the wind out of their sails was a pretty angle raise takeout for a pair by
There are six games on in the St. John’s Super Curling League Tuesday night. Trent Skanes plays Paul Harvey Mark Noseworthy faces Andrew Symonds Rick Rowsell meets Greg Blyde Nathan Young goes against Colin Thomas Matthew Smith curls against Greg Smith And Heather Strong vs Jeff Cunningham
Team Heather Strong opened up a 3-1 lead over Team Adam Boland with stolen singles in the 4th and 5th ends. Boland is away on a 2-week work assignment but will soon be back for the Season. The men went down 5-2 when skip Stephen Trickett was left with a “circus shot”
ICE #1: Ches’s Fish & Chips (skipped by Greg Blyde) took control in their game with ASHAM (skipped by Greg Smith) by stealing a point in the 5th end for a 4-2 lead. The teams traded singles the rest of the way before Blyde ran ASHAM out of rocks in the final end for a 5-3 victory. These young
With Glen Goss throwing the skip rocks for Geoff Cunningham and Team A. Harvey, they were handed a bad omen in the first end against former League Champions makethecall.ca skipped by Colin Thomas. In a raise takeout attempt to score 3, Goss chipped his counter off the button and gave up a single.
Mark Noseworthy is the champion of the St John’s Super Curling League. Noseworthy scored once in the extra end and edged Paul Harvey 5-4. This game was forced to the extra end when Harvey scored twice in the eighth end.
Toby McDonald and his rink won the “A” section championship of the Ball Haly Super League Tuesday night. McDonald defeated Greg Smith 5-2. And Gary Perry claimed the “B” section championship after defeating Neil Jacobs 7-2. That concluded the Bally Haly Super League curling season.
Bally Haly Super Curling League semi-finals are set for Tuesday night. In the “A” semis Bill Jenkins plays Matthew Smith. The winner of that game meets Toby McDonald in the final. The “B” semi-final has Neil Jacobs against Ken Bavis. That winner faces Gary Perry in the final.