Saskatchewan 2016 Lions Provincial Curling Champions
Eston Lions Club
Alex Sutherland, Tyson Swan, Taran Robinson, and Chris Hill
The 2016 Saskatchewan Lions Provincial Curling Championship was held in Moose Jaw, hosted by the Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club, on February 26-28, 2016. Ten Lions teams from across Saskatchewan took part.
Eston defeated Wakaw in the final game. The Eston team of Alex Sutherland, Tyson Swan, Taran Robinson, and Chris Hill defeared Wakaw in the final. It was the the 6th Provincial Championship for the Eston Lions Club. Lion Chris Hill and Lion Tyson Swan won for the second time in three years. Lion Tyson’s father, Lion Jim Swan, skipped the 1995 Provincial Championship team from Eston.
The 2017 Saskatchewan Lion’s Provincial Curling Championships will be held in Wakaw on the weekend of March 19, 2017. For details call District Governor Paul Danis in Wakaw (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lion Tim Lozinsky in Leader (email@example.com) or Past Council Chairperson Gordon Ziegler in Richmound (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Curling is a big sport for Saskatchewan Lions. We have held provincial championships for 60 years and look forward to more of the same.
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