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NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS WINNERS

Posted by Langley Curling Centre at Mar 10, 2018 7:48PM PST ( 0 Comments )
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Monday Ladies Sparks
Masters Doerr
Guys & Dolls Bradley
Men’s Club Champions Frycz
Men’s B Champions Classen
Men’s C Champions Royal
Ladies Club Champions Brunn
Ladies B Champions Knopp
Tue Open Club Champions Heath
Tue Open B Champions Usenik
Tue Open C Champions Church
Fri Op/Mx Club Champions Lepine
Fri Op/Mx B Champions Bennett
Sat Open Club Champions Lafreniere
Sat Open B Champions Carey
Sun Open Club Champions Saunders
Sun Open B Champions Ross
Sun Open C Open Champions Miller

WORLD GOLD MEDALISTS

Posted by Langley Curling Centre at Mar 10, 2018 6:26PM PST ( 0 Comments )
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They did it! Way to go Team Tardi!

Wheelchair Provincials. Langley takes Bronze!

Posted by Wayne Moore at Feb 8, 2018 8:50AM PST ( 0 Comments )
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Successful Event for all parties! Sticks and Stones from Langley put in their best efforts with tough competition wheeled away with the bronze medal. Team Duddy from Quesnel took Silver and team Neighbour from Richmond took away the Gold Medal moving onto the Canadian Championships in Leduc Alberta March 26 – 31

Canadian Champions

Posted by Langley Curling Centre at Jan 23, 2018 1:28PM PST ( 0 Comments )
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Team Send off Feb 26 8:00pm
Join the club in sending Team Tardi to Aberdeen, Scotland to compete in the World Juniors
Competition Starts March 3
Follow on:
www.teamtardi.ca
https://games.curlinggeek.com
TV Broadcast TBA

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Team Tardi and Team Reese-Hansen are gearing up for the 2018 New Holland Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships, which get underway Saturday in Shawinigan, Quebec.

Team Tardi, with Sterling Middleton at third, Jordan Tardi at second and Zachary Curtis at lead, will attempt to reclaim the Canadian title for BC.

Meanwhile Team Reese-Hansen, with skip Taylor Reese-Hansen, third Catera Park, second Jordan Koster and lead Sydney Brilz are relative newcomers to national play. Only Catera has won a provincial title in the past (2015 Juveniles). They will look to win BC’s first Junior Women’s Canadian title since 2013.