Saskatchewan Women’s Curling Championship
Viterra Northerns : December 19-22, 2013 ~ Saskatoon CN
Viterra Southerns : December 19-22, 2013 ~ Regine Callie
Viterra Scotties Provincial : January 8-12, 2014 ~ Tisdale
National Scotties: February 1-9, 2014 ~ Montreal, QUE
- Deadlines & Host Info
- 2013 Champions
Provincial Pre-Qualifying Points Deadline : November 1, 2013
*To earn all points from SWCT and CTRS events. Registrations received after November 1st will allow teams to accumulate points from date registration received.
Northern and Southern Entry Deadline : Tuesday, December 3, 2013 @ 12:00pm
Host Site Information
Below provides information specific to each competition host site such as hotel and ticket information. Please click on the event that you want information for. This information can also be found in the Competitor Guide under the Documents Tab.
Northern Playdown – Saskatoon
WOMEN’S NORTHERN PLAYDOWN
SASKATOON CN CURLING CLUB
CHAIRPERSON: Sylvie Francoeur
Congratulations to all curlers who have entered the Women’s Northern Playdown. To assist the Host Committee, it is requested that your team sends the following information to the Chairperson above:
Team contact information:
ACCOMMODATIONS:The Host Committee has blocked off a number of rooms for curlers and coaches.
Best Western ($149 per night) Approximately 3 km away from rink306 Shillington CrescentSaskatoon, SK S7M 1L2(306) 242-2299Ramada ($120 per night) Approximately 12 km away from rink806 Idylwyld Dr N,Saskatoon, SK S7L 0Z6 (306) 665-6500Rooms must be confirmed before Dec 6/13BanquetWe are hosting a Banquet for the curlers and coaches on Friday Dec 20/13.This event is free to the curlers and coaches.Cocktails at 6pmDinner at 6:30pmAdmission PricingEvent Pass $25Day Pass $10Students/Children Free
Southern Playdown – Regina
WOMEN’S SOUTHERN PLAYDOWN
REGINA CALLIE CURLING CLUB
Congratulations to all curlers who have entered the Women’s Southern Playdown. To assist the Host Committee, it is requested that your team sends the following information to the Chairperson above:
Team contact information:
Tickets are provided for curlers, Title Sponsors and CURLSASK representatives at registration.
Extra tickets available at registration.
Extra ticket price – $
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMES
Will be determined once draw has been finalized
Admittance for the curlers, Title Sponsors, members of CURLSASK and media will be provided at registration.
DrawPass – $
DayPass – $
EventPass – $
Available at the Door
Provincial Championship – Tisdale
Congratulations to all curlers who have qualified for the Viterra Scotties Tournament of Hearts. To assist the Host Committee, it is requested that your team sends the following information to:
1. Winner, Team 1, 2, 3, 4
2. Team personnel & position with correct spelling
3. Home club/community
4. Arrival time
5. Names – spouse/escorts (if attending)
6. Accommodation requirements (please call hotel directly to book rooms)
Contact hotel directly for reservations
For general accommodation inquiries contact Lorraine Wisser Phone 306-873-2301
CANALTA HOTEL, TISDALE: Phone 306-873-5077 for reservations
30 rooms – standard 2 Queens – $125
5 rooms King – $135
5 suites – $135
Includes full continental breakfast, hot tub and sauna, fitness room, business centre, WiFi
COUNTRY SIDE INN, TISDALE: Phone 306-873-5603 for reservations
10 rooms available
Single Queen – $65
Two Queens – $70
Suite – $75
Includes coffee, microwave, fridge, cable TV, WiFi
PARK MOTEL, TISDALE: Phone 306-873-2607 for reservations
Single Queen – $74.90 (tax included)
Double Queen – $86.90 (tax included)
TISDALE HOTEL, TISDALE Phone 306-873-4224 for reservations
Single – $50
Double – $50
When inquiring, quote “ladies curling”
BEEHIVE HOTEL, TISDALE Phone 306-873-4224 for reservations
Single Queen – $40
Double Queen – $50
King – $60
Includes microwave, fridge, WiFi
- We request that you confirm your rooms by December 20, 2013
Formal Gala and Cabaret: Friday, January 10, 2014 6:30 PM
Tickets are provided for curlers, coaches, CurlSask and Viterra representatives at registration.
Extra gala tickets available after December 10, 2013; Limited tickets available
Contact Tisdale Curling Club @ 306-873-4747 or E-mail: email@example.com
Tickets – $40 (Gala and Cabaret) purchased in advance by January 3, 2014
Tickets – $10 (Cabaret only) may be purchased at the door, night of the function
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMES
Registration: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Practice Times: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 9:30 AM – 12:15 PM
Team Meeting: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 12:15 PM
Opening Ceremonies: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 5:30 PM
Admittance for the curlers, members of CurlSask and media will be provided at registration.
For tickets please contact Tisdale Curling Club @ 306-873-4747 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Pass $ 65 available in advance or at the door
DayPass $ 15 available at the door
Last Draw of the day $ 10 available at the door
Results available on www.curlsask.ca
All participants must be player members of CURLSASK. Player Members are defined as persons who are members of CURLSASK Affiliate Member Curling Clubs.
All participants must adhere to the CURLSASK Residency Policy and be Canadian Citizens.
Each player must be 19 years of age or over on December 31st of the year prior to the National Championship. (i.e. They must be born in 1994, or earlier.)
Each team must register its four players prior to the commencement of play.
All players on the team must be members of an affiliated club within the South if representing a Southern Curling Club or within the North if representing a Northern Curling Club.
At the time of entry, the team must declare which one curling club they shall be representing for this competition.
Registered players shall participate in this competition in one Division (ie South/North) only.
If a team has a coach at North/South/Provincials, he/she must be Competition Coach Certified or Competition-Development Trained or old NCCP Level 1 Certified. At Nationals he/she must be Competition-Development Certified or old NCCP Level 2 Certified in the sport of curling to be recognized. All coaches must complete the Respect in Sport on-line training program prior to being granted coaching status.
The CURLSASK registration fee for this competition is $200.00 (GST included) per team plus a Canadian Curling Association Participant Fee of $30.00 per player paid once per year, payable at the time of entry. When entering the competition the participant must declare that they have previously paid this fee OR pay the CCA Participant Fee at the time of entry. The CCA Participant Fee only needs to be paid once per year.
To earn ALL points for pre-qualification through CTRS or Sask Women’s Curling Tour, a team must be registered by November 1, 2013.
The entry deadline for Women’s Open North/South entries is 12:00 PM (noon), Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
(Please refer to General Rules of Competition #13 for general substitution rules)
Specific substitution rules for this competition are:
For CTRS/WCT Events see F. (c).
Teams representing South Regions – Subs must be a member of an affiliated Southern Club.Teams representing North Regions – Subs must be a member of an affiliated Northern Club.
The Province is divided into 8 Regions, four of which (South West, South East, West Central, and Regina) shall constitute the Southern Division and four of which (East Central, North East, North West, and Saskatoon) shall constitute the Northern Division.
The playdown levels are CTRS (Canadian Team Ranking System) Bonspiels, SWCT (Sask. Women’s Curling Tour) Bonspiels, Southern or Northern playdowns and Provincial playdowns.
The Southern playdown will be open to all eligible teams representing clubs in South West, South East, West Central, and Regina Regions.
The Northern playdown will be open to all eligible teams representing clubs in East Central, North East, North West, Saskatoon Regions.
The Southern and Northern playdown will use a triple knockout draw and will declare four (4) teams to advance to the STOH Provincial Championship.
The STOH Provincial will be a twelve (12) team event with teams qualifying as follows:
The Southern and Northern Playdown will each declare four (4) teams to advance to the Provincial Championship.
Three (3) berths will be awarded to the highest ranked registered Sask. teams on the CTRS by a date set by the Competition Committee.
One (1) berth will be awarded to the highest ranked registered Sask. team on the SWCT by a date set by the Competition Committee.
At the STOH Provincial Playdown a round robin format will be used. Teams will be divided into two (2) self seeded pools of six (6) teams. The top two (2) teams from each pool will advance to a page system playoff.
CTRS (Canadian Team Ranking System) BERTHS
The CTRS ranks Canadian women curling teams based on performance in cash tournaments worldwide and women’s playdowns leading to sanctioned world championships. Women teams can earn CTRS points by first registering with the CCA. To collect points, any 3 of the 4 players registered with the CCA must be on the ice for the points to be valid. Only events approved by the CCA are eligible to offer CTRS points. For more information on how points are calculated, eligible events, standings and to register to earn CTRS points, please go to www.curling.ca
All 2013-2014 Women’s CTRS Events during September, October, November and up to and including December 2, 2013 will be designated as qualifying events for the 2014 Provincial Championship.
Teams wishing to earn points toward CTRS Berths must register with the CCA on-line prior to commencement of playing in their first CTRS event.
On December 3, 2013, the three highest ranked registered Saskatchewan Teams on the CTRS will earn berths to the Provincial.
In the event of a tie for the final qualifying berth, the Tiebreaker Criteria will be as follows:
- Number of 1st place finishes
- Number of 2nd place finishes
- Number of 3rd/4th place finishes
- Number of 5th to 8th place finishes
- Head to head record in Sask. Tour Events
- Sudden death playoff among tied teams. Date and location determined by CURLSASK.
SWCT (Sask Women’s Curling Tour) BERTH
It is understood that teams will have to enter and/or qualify for these Point Qualifying Berth Events under the terms and conditions of each respective bonspiel. Check with respective host clubs for details.All 2013 – 2014 Women’s SWCT Events during September, October, November and up to and including December 2, 2013, will be designated as qualifying events for the 2013 – 2014 Viterra Scotties Tournament of Hearts Provincial.
Please go to the Sask Women’s Curling Tour page for dates and locations.
NOTE: A team’s five highest finishes will be used to determine their total points.
Points will be awarded as follows: (All bonspiels will have equal value.)
- 1st place 10 points
- 2nd place 7 points
- 3rd and 4th place
- 5 points 5th to 8th place 3 points
Events with 12 teams or greater participating – full points awarded. Under 12 teams participating – no points awarded.
In the event a team(s) who are not eligible, as per the set criteria, qualify in any event it is understood that the placing points for that team are not awarded and not passed on to any team. (e.g. If a team from Alberta wins an event then the 10 points vanish and are not awarded to any team.)
Only the top 8 teams in any event are eligible for qualifying points.
Where events only qualify 6 teams the 5th and 6th place teams will be awarded 3 points each and the normal 7th and 8th place points will not be awarded
In the event of a tie for a qualifying berth, the Tiebreaker Criteria will be as follows:
Number of 1st place finishes
Number of 2nd place finishes
Number of 3rd/4th place finishes
Number of 5th to 8th place finishes
Head to head record in Sask. Tour Events
Sudden death playoff among tied teams. Date and location determined by CURLSASK.
TEAMS WILL BE ABLE TO VIE FOR CTRS AND SWCT BERTHS IF THEY MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
~ All participants must be affiliated members of CURLSASK. Team rosters need to be declared through CURLSASK on-line registration. Competition Fee, including the CCA Fee, must be paid to the CURLSASK Office or through on-line registration, by November 1st. Points accumulated prior to November 1 will count only if fees and registration are completed by November 1. Registrations received after November 1 will allow the team to accumulate points only from date of registration received.
~ Teams wanting to earn points via CTRS must also register on-line with the CCA at www.curling.ca.
~ Teams wishing to earn points through the CTRS or SWCT Berths must have three (3) of four registered players. In the event only three of four registered team members compete, the substitute for the bonspiel must:
- be age eligible for women’s competition i.e. They must be born in 1994, or earlier.
- reside within CURLSASK boundaries.
- Be a member in good standing of a member club of the CURLSASK.
- play the position of the indisposed player or lower.
~ Teams must meet the age criteria of the women’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts Championship as established by the CURLSASK and CCA.
~ Calculation of SWCT points will be completed by the SWCT Committee, and will be posted on www.curlsask.ca SWCT section. Any discrepancies should be brought to the SWCT Committee.
~ Calculation of CTRS Points is completed by the CCA. Any discrepancies should be brought to the CCA’s attention.
It is understood that teams will have to enter and/or qualify for these Point Qualifying Berth Events under the terms and conditions of each respective bonspiel. Check with respective host clubs/events for details.
In the event of any challenge or dispute related to rulings or awarded points, it is understood that the decision of the CURLSASK Committee is final. (The CURLSASK Committee will consist of the President, the Provincial Competition Liaison and the Chief Official for Saskatchewan.)
Should a team qualify for a berth through the CTRS and SWCT, the CTRS would take precedence.
In the event a registered player(s) is/are replaced in September to December, that replaced player(s) may apply to CURLSASK for reinstatement of eligibility in order to re-enter playdowns with another team in the same Division (ie. North or South) that player was originally registered in. Application must be made to CURLSASK Chief Official by 6:00 PM, December 2, 2013.
Get Your Team Registered!!
Registration System Information:
CURLSASK, in conjunction with Pointstreak, provides on-line registration and online payment for all competitions. Please follow directions carefully.
Any team member can be assigned to be the administrator for the on-line registration. The administrator will require all information for all team members.
You must create an account for each separate competition that you enter. If you created an account last season and are entering the same competition this season, you are still required to create a new account.
An e-mail address can only be used by one person.
Information Required to Register:
- Team name – It is crucial to have a different team name for each competition entered (ie: Team curler-mens, Team curler-senior mens, etc.)
- Team line up
- All team members full addresses, e-mail, phone # and birth date
- Method of payment in full (credit card, cheque to be mailed)
UPON COMPLETION OF YOUR REGISTRATION PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE AN E-MAIL CONFIRMING THAT YOU HAVE “ENTERED” THE COMPETITION. If the e-mail just confirms that you have created an account then you haven’t actually entered a competition, you have only created an account.
Pointstreak does not store your credit card number on their server.
Your credit card information is erased from their system immediately after validation with their clearing house.
Pointstreak treats the privacy of your data seriously. Their corporate policies and procedures are compliant with all Canadian and US legislation regarding the privacy of electronic information and personal data. Their servers are protected by the latest security technology to provide the highest level of protection possible. Please contact Pointstreak at 1-866-734-3585 should you have any questions regarding their security or privacy procedures.
Registering your team provides CURLSASK the ability to use and disclose information from individuals for the purpose of providing services or information, managing records, conducting research and sharing information to other curling or sports organizations at the discretion of CURLSASK.
Cancellation prior to the registration deadline – full refund of competition registration fees.
Cancellation after the registration deadline – no refund of competition registration fees. Under special circumstances written application for refund can be made to CURLSASK Finance Committee for consideration.
– Provincial Competitor Guide 2013-14 – (Adobe PDF) Updated November 19, 2013
– Women’s Northern Competitor Guide 2013-14– (Adobe PDF) Updated December 5, 2013
– Women’s Southern Competitor Guide 2013-14 – (Adobe PDF) Updated December 5, 2013
– Event Participation Agreement (Adobe PDF)
– 2013-2014 General Rules of Competition (Adobe PDF)
– Code of Conduct Competitors and Coaches (Adobe PDF)
– Residency Policy and Forms (Adobe PDF)
2012-2013 WOMEN’S PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
MAIDSTONE CURLING CLUB
Jill Shumay, Kara Johnston, Taryn Holtby, Jinaye Ayrey
The top three highest ranked Saskatchewan teams on the CTRS as of December 17, 2012 received a spot directly to the Provincials. Those teams were Team Lawton, Team Holland and Team Eberle. The highest ranked Saskatchewan team on the Sask Women’s Curling Tour as of December 17, 2012 to receive a direct berth in the Provincials was Team Englot.
The four Southern qualifiers were: Team Barker, Team Chisholm, Team Selzer and Team Miller-Jones. The four Northern qualifiers were: Team Paulsen, Team Martin, Team Shumay and Team Barber.
For the third time Balgonie once again hosted a first class Provincial Women’s Event. The hockey arena was transformed into a top notch arena curling venue with fast and swingy ice. The local volunteers went above and beyond to ensure fans and players had a great time at the event.
After the round robin pool play, the Jill Shumay team and the Stefanie Lawton team finished first undefeated in their respective pools advancing to the A1 vs B1 game. The Chantelle Eberle team was declared second in their pool but tiebreakers were required to determine second place in the other pool with 3 teams finishing at 3-2. Two tiebreaker draws were required that saw the Amber Holland team defeat the Trish Paulsen team in the first tiebreaker and then the defending provincial champion, Michelle Englot in the second tiebreaker to secure second place. The Lawton team defeated the Shumay team in the A1 vs B1 game advancing to the final and the Shumay team would play in the semi-final. The Holland team continued their winning ways to defeat the Eberle team in the A2 vs B2 game to advance to the semi-final. In the semi-final, the Shumay Team defeated the Holland team and proceeded to play strong in the final, beating the Lawton team to capture the Provincial Women’s Title. This was a first provincial women’s title for the entire Shumay Team.
The Marj Mitchell Award is awarded to the competitor at the Provincial SaskPower Scotties who is deemed by their peers to exemplify competitiveness, excellence in performance and sportsmanship on and off the ice. The award was presented to Jill Shumay from Maidstone.