Saskatchewan teams are back in full swing this first weekend in November with Saskatchewan Tour and World Curling Tour events.
The Saskatchewan Women’s Curling Tour heads to Prince Albert to compete in the Goodlife Prince Albert Women’s Cash Spiel. The Saskatchewan Men’s tour stops in Swift Current at the Full Line Ag Cash Spiel. Games begin Friday afternoon and with Finals scheduled for Sunday afternoon. Check the CURLSASK Results page for scoreboard updates.
On the World Curling Tour, Red Deer is hosting their annual Men’s and Women’s bonspiel. Seven Saskatchewan men’s teams are competing in Red Deer. They include Scott Bitz, Brad Heidt, Josh Heidt, Jason Jacobson, Joel Jordison, Scott Manners and Brock Virtue. The Trish Paulsen and Brett Barber teams are competing on the women’s side. Men’s and Women’s results may be found on the World Curling Tour’s Red Deer Curling Classic site. Play begins Friday morning and run through to Monday, November 4th.
Stefanie Lawton is in Abbotsford, B.C. competing in the World Curling Tour’s Masters of Curling spiel. Lawton is the only Saskatchewan entry in this Men’s and Women’s event.
The Laycock and Holland teams are using this weekend to prepare for the Road to the Roar competition in Kitchener that begins Tuesday, November 5th, 2013. Two teams each from the Men’s and Women’s events will advance to the Roar of the Rings Canadian Olympic qualifying event in Winnipeg at the first of December. Lawton’s team has already qualified for the Roar.