Oct. 4-6, 2019 ~ Regina Callie (Registration Deadline: Monday, September 23)

Oct. 25-27, 2019 ~ Regina Highland (Registration Deadline: Monday, October 14

Nov. 1-3, 2019 ~ Saskatoon Nutana *(1) Direct Berth to Provincials (Registration Deadline: Monday, October 21)

Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, 2019 ~ Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre (Registration Deadline: Monday, November 18)

 

Team Registration

Sask Women’s Curling Tour via Curling I/O Registration

Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) Points Registration

CURLSASK Provincial Playdowns

Tour Notes

  • The SWCT events are open to women’s teams of all ages, including Under-18, Junior, Women, Senior and Masters teams from across Saskatchewan. Entry fee for all events is $515/team. From this, $450 will go towards the prize purse of the event, $35 towards SWCT and administration fees, and $30 will go directly back to the host club.
  • At the end of the 2019-2020 season, $500 will be awarded to the SWCT winner and $500 will be awarded to the top junior team in the SWCT standings.
  • In order for teams to be eligible for the accumulation of points toward either the SWCT or CTRS Saskatchewan Provincial berths, each team must register for the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) through Curling Canada and adhere to CTRS rules for collecting points, as outlined at: https://bit.ly/2PpPwwG
  • Teams must register by November 27 with CURLSASK to accumulate all points for the season for the SWCT and CTRS Berths to Provincials. Any team registering with CURLSASK after November 27 will accumulate points from date of registration forward.
  • The SWCT Cancellation Policy is as follows:
    • Cancellation prior to the registration deadline – full refund of competition registration fees, minus the SWCT fees paid upon initial registration (refund will equal $480)
    • Cancellation after the registration deadline – no refund of competition registration fees. Under special circumstances, written application for refund can be made to the SWCT.

2019-2020 Standings/Berths

The overall SWCT winner and runner-up teams will each receive a berth to the Viterra Scotties Provincial Women’s.  The winner of the SWCT Nutana “Direct” spiel will also receive a berth to the Viterra Scotties Provincial Women’s. SWCT points are delegated as CTRS points available at each SWCT event.

EventQualified Team
CTRS Berth #1Sherry Anderson
CTRS Berth #2Robyn Silvernagle
CTRS Berth #3Amber Holland
SWCT ChampionMichelle Englot
SWCT Runner UpLorraine Schneider
SWCT "Nutana Direct"Penny Barker
CURLSASK Challenge QualifierKristen Streifel
CURLSASK Challenge QualifierAshley Howard
CURLSASK Challenge QualifierJana Tisdale
CURLSASK Last Chance QualifierShalon Fleming
CURLSASK Last Chance QualifierMandy Selzer
CURLSASK Last Chance QualifierRae Ann Williamson

SWCT Standings
2019-2020 Season
The top finishing registered team on the CTRS receives a berth to the Viterra Scotties Provincial Women’s. SWCT Points are delegated as CTRS points available at each SWCT Event.

TeamSWCT
Points
Penny Barker72.3476
Michelle Englot35.3411
Lorraine Schneider32.8597
Sherry Anderson (Sr. Team)26.2505
Hanna Anderson26.0631
Jana Tisdale25.6298
Sherry Just21.8404
Sherry Anderson (Women's Team)20.635
Jessica Mitchell17.738
Ashley Howard16.7174
Rae Ann Williamson16.067
Mandy Selzer11.0926
Ashley Thevenot8.2542
Shalon Fleming3.8702
Lorraine Arguin2.235
Brett Barber1.958
Kyla Thies0.9561
Jade Bloor0.9262
Krystal Englot0.9262

CTRS Standings
2019-2020 Season
The CTRS Points and Calculations can be found on the Curling Canada Website.

TeamCTRS
Points
Prov
Berth
Points
Sherry Anderson104.690104.690
Robyn Silvernagle98.99498.994
Penny Barker96.54496.544
Amber Holland57.92657.926
Ashley Howard57.27857.278
Michelle Englot51.85251.852
Lorraine Schneider47.02647.026
Kristen Streifel45.86545.865
Jana Tisdale35.67035.670
Sherry Just33.60533.605

*Registered Team = registered both in CTRS AND CURLSASK Women’s Playdowns. See Registration Tab.

Teams that register by November 27 with CURLSASK will accumulate all points for the season. Any team registering with CURLSASK after November 27, will accumulate points from date of registration forward.

Saskatchewan Women’s Curling Tour Bonspiel Requirements

  1. All events will be based on a pool format, followed by a playoff system to determine the champion.
  2. Events will run from Friday afternoon to Sunday.
  3. Teams will be accepted into the event on a first-come, first-serve, paid basis. The deposit is the entry fee of $515/team. Registrations must be submitted through Curling I/O.
  4. Minimum prize purse must equal the number of participating teams multiplied by $300 to meet CTRS requirements. Recommended that the 5th and 6th place payout be a minimum of $700.
  5. Bonspiel Committee/Event Coordinator will be responsible for displaying any applicable sponsors of the SWCT.
  6. Bonspiel Committee/Event Coordinator will be responsible for submitting final event results for CTRS point purposes
  7. Bonspiel Committee/Event Coordinator will be responsible for posting end by end results on Curling I/O.
  8. It is up to the host club if they wish to sweep the ice and/or pebble prior to the start of the game.

Saskatchewan Women’s Curling Tour Rules

  1. All teams will be required to comply with Curling Canada’s Brushing Moratorium at SWCT events. Failure to do so will result in no points (SWCT or CTRS) being awarded to the offending team.
  2. Pre-Game Practice and Determination of hammer (last rock):
    • 20 minutes prior to the start of each game, the two competing teams will flip a coin. The winner of the coin toss will select either rock color or practice (first or second). First practice will take place 15 minutes prior to game time.  Any player may throw the LSD and may throw all LSD’s if desired.
    • During the practice, each player will be able to throw one rock up and one rock back. Once each player of the first practice has thrown one rock up and one rock back, they will take one rock back and use that rock to draw to the button. The third will use a tape measure to determine the distance of the rock from the button and both opposing thirds must agree on the positioning prior to moving the rock.
    • Immediately following the first practice, the team throwing second practice will throw one rock up and one rock back. The second practice team will then take one rock to the other end to throw their draw to the button. Again both thirds must be present and agree on which rock was closer. The third will use a tape measure to determine the distance of the rock from the button and both opposing thirds must agree on the positioning prior to moving the rock.
    • Should a team cover the pin when drawing for hammer on their first throw, another player on that team will re-throw once confirmation is received from the opposing team. If both teams cover the pin twice, a coin toss will be used to determine last rock.
  3. For playoffs, the team that finished the round-robin with the best W-L record will have choice of rock color or hammer. The team who has the hammer will have the first practice. In the event that the two teams finished the round-robin with the same record, they will perform the coin toss to determine practice and rock color, and perform the LSD for hammer, just as was done in the round-robin play.

Contact the SWCT

Email: saskwct@gmail.com

Committee Members

Jenna Hope
Alyssa Kostyk
Danielle Sicinski
Erin Barnhart
Krista Fesser

Third Cindy Ricci (left) & lead Deb Lozinski (right) (Photo, Devan Tasa/Humboldt Journal).

Deanna Doig (Photo, Devan Tasa/Humboldt Journal).