Jam Packed Weekend for Many SK Curlers!

Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships ~ Stratford, ON

Teams Sherry Anderson & Darrell McKee of Saskatoon successfully defended their provincial championships last month in Tisdale at the 2018 Affinity Credit Union Senior Provincial Championships! They will now head back to the canadian championships, where they found themselves one year ago in New Brunswick. This year Anderson is looking to defend their canadian title, while McKee will look to make a run come playoff time. This years championship is being held in Stratford, Ontario with Draw 1 starting Mar. 24 at 9:30 a.m. with Team Saskatchewan Women taking on the Yukon while Team Saskatchewan Men will face off against Northern Ontario later that afternoon.

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Skip Darrell McKee delivering his stone during the 2017 Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships (Photo, Curling Canada).

Action at the 2017 Mixed Provincial Championship in Meadow Lake.

Mixed Provincial Curling Championship ~ Prince Albert

The 2018 Mixed Provincial Curling Championship hit the ice last night at the Prince Albert Golf & Curling Club.

20 teams will be in the mix during this years championship, where Draw 1 began Wednesday evening at 7:00 p.m. Past champions in Bruce Korte, Jason Ackerman & Brady Scharback (skipped by Brady Kendel) will look to be in the hunt come Sunday afternoons playoff round. This years champion will represent Saskatchewan at the 2019 Canadian Mixed Curling Championships in November at the Fort Rouge Curling Club in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Good Luck & Good Curling to all teams!

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Canadian Wheelchair, USports & Mixed Doubles Curling Championships ~ Leduc, AB

It will be a busy next couple of weeks in the city of Leduc, Alberta as they are playing host to three national competitions beginning this Saturday!

2018 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

Fresh of her bronze medal victory at the 2018 Paralympics, Marie Wright of Moose Jaw will lead Team Saskatchewan in to the national championship come Saturday! She will take with her the same squad of Gil Dash, Darwin Bender, Larry Schrader & Coaches Lorraine Arguin and Lloyd Thiele. The same team who were canadian champions back in 2016 at the Regina Callie Curling Club.

For Live Streaming of the event, please click here.

2018 U SPORTS University Curling Championships

Both University of Regina Cougars curling teams (Men & Women) find themselves competing in the national championship for the second year in a row, as they qualified through the Canada West Playdowns last month in Winnipeg! The women’s team will have familiar faces of Haylee Jameson & Sara England playing back end, while the men will have a new face at skip with Drew Springer (played third in last years national championship).

For Live Streaming of the event, please click here.

2018 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship (Mar.28-Apr.1, 2018)

The newly crowned provincial champions in Chaelynn Kitz & Brayden Stewart of the Saskatoon Sutherland Curling Club, will make their way to Leduc as a duo for the first time on the national stage. They were victorious last weekend in Moose Jaw at the provincial championship and look to carry their impressive undefeated streak into the event next weekend.

Other Saskatchewan duos/ties that will be competing, who received a direct berth into the competition due to their Mixed Doubles points accumulated throughout the season are:

Sherry Just/Ryan Deis
Nancy Martin/Steve Laycock
Dustin Kalthoff/Marlese Kasner
Laura Crocker/Kirk Muyres

For Live Streaming of the event, please click here.

Good Luck & Good Curling to all teams!

Gil Dash smiles during the 2017 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Boucherville, Quebec (Photo, Curling Canada).

Skip Drew Springer calling line during the 2017 U Sports Canadian Curling Championship in Thunder Bay, ON (Photo, Curling Canada).

Chaelynn Kitz (left) & Brayden Stewart (right) after their provincial mixed doubles win last weekend in Moose Jaw.