Prairie Lily Curling League Website
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ROCK THE RIVER CUP ~ March 9-13, 2022

The Prairie Lily Curling League is a non-profit organization aimed at providing a safe space for LGBTQ2S+ members and their allies to enjoy the sport of curling. The Prairie Lily Curling League is based out of the Nutana Curling Club and has weekly games during the regular season. All people are welcome regardless of age, gender, race, sexual or gender orientation, nationality, religion, culture, colour, income, lifestyle, occupation, condition of health, physical challenge or other status.
We are composed of a general membership and executive and host several member events throughout the year.


The Prairie Lily Curling League will host its annual Rock the River Cup March 10-12, 2023, attracting 32 teams from across Canada to Saskatoon for 3 days of curling and socializing. For more info or to register visit

2022 Canadian Gay Curling Champions, from Saskatoon: Team Anderson

2022 Rock the River Cup Champions: Nicer to Strangers

2022 League Champion: Sissy that Rock

ague B Winner – The Top Sheets



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 2020 Saskatchewan Lion’s Provincial Curling Championships will be held in Moose Jaw hosted by the Moose Jaw Early Bird Lions Club. 

Feb. 28 – Mar. 1, 2020 ~ Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre

For details contact Tim Lozinsky in Leader, SK (

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2019 Saskatchewan Fire Fighters Curling Association (SFFCA) – Canadian Champions

Gold Medalists at 2019 Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship
L-R: Gregg Tarasoff (Skip), Chris Haichert (Third), Carmen Koch (Second), Andrew Kowalsky (Lead), Ian Wainwright (Director)

The 61st Provincial Championship was hosted by the Borden Volunteer Fire Department at the Langham Curling Club, Feb. 1-3, 2019!

The Tarasoff rink represented in the 60th Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship in Kelowna, British Columbia, Mar. 14-24, 2019. The team captured 1st place and played Team British Columbia in the 1 vs. 2 page playoff game in which British Columbia won. Team Saskatchewan then played Team Nova Scotia in the semi-final & won to play Team British Columbia in the Final.

Team Saskatchewan came out on top to claim their second National Championship in a row.

The 2020 SFFCA Provincial will be held by the Kronau Volunteer Fire Department at the Kronau Curling Club, January 31 – February 2, 2020!

For any information pertaining to the provincial and your participation please contact:

Ian Wainwright (Director)
Phone: 306.227.5775

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The Saskatchewan Blind Curling Team are brand new associate members with us here at CURLSASK! We thank them for their partnership with us this past curling season, and hope they continue their relationship with CURLSASK! They recently competed at the 2019 Western Canadian Blind Curling Championships in Kamloops, British Columbia! Looking amazing in their Runback Apparel uniforms!