Saskatchewan 2017 Lions Provincial Curling Champions

Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club

L-R John Adamache – Second, Rich Towriss – Third, District Governor, Paul Danis (Wakaw), District Governor Karen Holmes (Eston), Lloyd Luhning – Skip, Alan Kuetbach – Lead

The 2017 Saskatchewan Lions Provincial Curling Championship was held in Wakaw, hosted by the Wakaw Lions Club, the weekend of March 19, 2017.  This was a special Centennial Championship as Lions Clubs International turned 100 years old in 2017!

The winning team was the Lloyd Luhning foursome of the Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club.  Congratulations!

The 2018 Saskatchewan Lion’s Provincial Curling Championships will be held in Moose Jaw  hosted by the Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club.  Dates – TBD  

For details contact Past Council Chairperson Gordon Ziegler in Richmound (bgziegler@gmail.com).

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1955 Rosetown
1956 ??
1957 Balcarres
1958 Imperial
1959 Bruno
1960 Leader: Don Gill, Calvin Gill, Gilbert Gill, PDG Sam Gill
1961 Saskatoon: Jack Forsyth, Al Repski, Arnold Adams, Harry Warner
1962 Leader: Don Gill, Calvin Gill, PDG Sam Gill, Don Blott
1963 Leader: Don Gill, Calvin Gill, Gilbert Gill, PDG Sam Gill
1964 Eston: Herb Stevenson, Wendall Bayne, Ed Stevenson, Stewart Holmes
1965 Loreburn: E A Vaughn, Jim Dodds, Lymon Reardon, Axel Ruuth
1966 E A Vaughn, Jim Dodds, L Reardon, Axell Ruuth
1967 St. Brieux: Paul Thoma, Don Coquit, Ed Gaillard, Les Folden
1968 Eston: Herb Stevenson, Wendall Bayne, Ed Stevenson, Stewart Holmes
1969 Wolsley: K Cronch, M Winn, H Malo, E Lukey
1970 Alsask: Lloyd Denny, Merv Wallin, Roy Hertz, Gilbert Griggs
1971 Maryfield: L Dickinson, R Gray, J Naylen, E Kennedy
1972 Regina: J Brindle, P Wawaro, ? Richardson, D Delparte
1973 Watson: B Moshaluke, A Boyko, S Unilowsky, M Regie
1974 Alsask: H Hpokins, J Hawton, R Denny, L Lymbuner
1975 Lake Lenore: M Prudahl, W Silzer, F Gerwing, E Silzer
1976 Sovereign: D Lewis, ? Cuningham, ? Morris, ? Decker
1977 Ernfold: J Toews, Wallace Brewer, Rod Weppler, L Shaw
1978 Elrose: C Cooney, R Ellis, J Calwell, R Smith
1979 Elrose: R Ellis, C Cooney, J Calwell, R Smith
1980 Vanguard: Bill Kehoe, Ron Currie, Arval Larson, Reg Hornung
1981 Carlyle: Robert Clark, Bill Brown, Ken Colpitts, Leo Grossman
1982 Yorkton: B Frendell, K Chyz, D Brymak, J Sullivan
1983 Lumsden: Ken Evans, Ron Kidd, Bill Klempp, Bob Hill
1984 Wawota: Ron Hall, Dennis Beauchesne, Adam Dillman, Roy Richards
1985 Carlyle: Tom Farnden, Ted O’Neill, Norm Riddell, Erik Steffenson
1986 Gainsborough: Lynn shaw, Vic Huish, Reg Kennedy, Lynne Reynolds
1987 Lampman: R Maksymin, K Seeman, B Toth, K Hoffart
1988 Sintaluta: Jim Willoughby, Larry Willoughby, Les Dolter, Terry Willoughby
1989 Burstall: Ken May, Howard Hutchinson, Bob Armstrong, Dennis Becker
1990 Wawota: Ron Hall, Dennis Beauchesne, Lou Rokochy, Roy Richards
1991 AvonleaL Doug Sillers, Tim Forer, Stan Petruic, Jack Park
1992 Carlyle: Robert Clark, Bill Brown, Ken Colpitts, Max Eddy
1993 Rosetown: Bob LeGoffe, Norm Cline, Rick Houk, Barry Graham
1994 Vanguard: Bruce Deg?, Dwain Finlay, Reg Hornung, Bill Kehoe
1995 Eston: Jim Swan, Cory Knops, Harold Grimes, Gerald Bayda
1996 Willowbrook: John Krasowski, George Mehling, Vince Somogyi, Garth Greiner
1997 Willowbrook: John Krasowski, George Mehling, Vince Somogyi, Garth Greiner
1998 Burstall: Ken May, Howard Hutchinson, Roger Bengston, Daryl Heeg
1999 Eston: Dan Ormsby, Brad Gardiner, Gerald Bayda, Chris Milton
2000 Willowbrook: John Krasowski, George Mehling, Garth Greiner, Gordon? Krasowski
2001 Burstall: Ken May, Howard Hutchinson, Ed Fauth, Daryl Heeg
2002 Wawota: Dennis Beauchesne, Jeff Engle, Tim Dahl, Russ Lillejord
2003 Loreburn: Brian Brown, Blaine Stromski, Glenn Dodds, Ken Brown
2004 Wawota: Dennis Beauchesne, Jeff Engle, Tim Dahl, Russ Lillejord
2005 Willowbrook: John Krasowski, George Mehling, Vince Somogyi, Garth Greiner
2006 Sintaluta: Jim Willoughby, Larry Willoughby, Elmer Meyer, Barb Meyer
2007 Lake Lenore: Kenton Remenda, Phil Gerwing, Dave Nieman, Richard Schallnause
2008 Maryfield: Lyle Adair, Derrick Hartlin, Rob Hill, Gerald Bayda
2009 Gainsborough: Vic Huish, Bob Thompson, Tony Thompson, Rod Murray
2010 Hudson Bay: Kristin Lowe, Kendall Kowalyk, Doug McDonald, Russel Kuzek
2011 Willowbrook: John Krasowski, George Mehling, Vince Somogyi, Garth Greiner
2012 Ceylon: Robert Verbeugrt, Byron Vermuelen, Jason Vermuelen, Brendan Fellner
2013 Avonlea: Kevin Phillips, Chris Rieken, Darryl Hollema, Sonya Phillips
2014 Eston: Dan Ormsby, Tyson Swan, Chris Hill, Glen “Spook” Hartsook
2015 no winner declared
2016 Eston: Alex Sutherland, Tyson Swan Taran Robinson, Chris Hill