28 teams compete in Qualicum Beach bonspiel

Parksville Qualicum Beach well-represented with many teams coming to town for curling event

The Oceanside Masters Bonspiel, hosted by both the Qualicum Beach and Parksville Curling Club’s, saw the Oceanside area well represented with over 28 teams in town for the curling event.

It was an open bonspiel; meaning teams had the choice to be mixed teams, men’s or ladies. Of the 28 teams, 16 of them were from the Oceanside area, with the rest being made up of teams from Nanaimo, the Comox Valley and Port Alberni.

In total, there were seven events that took place with five of the seven winners over the three-day tournament coming from either Parksville or Qualicum Beach.

Winners of the seven events were:

Quality Foods Event: (From Nanaimo) skip Frank Voysey, third Garry Smith, second Gerry Adams and lead Mike Leduc.

Dolly’s Home Hardware Event: (From Parksville) skip Roger Pick, third Gertie Pick, second Doug Glenn and lead Roy Duncan.

Lordco Auto Parts Event: (From Qualicum) skip Norm Carlbert, third Merv Erickson, second Terry Dyer and lead Dave Roberts.

Pharmasave Event: (From Parksville) skip Ralph Hook, third Gerry Kotyluk, second Ted Yeomans and lead Paul Stone.

Chuck’s Automotive Event: (Nanaimo) skip Val Fenton, third Bob Davies, second Jim Boutillier and lead Gord Smeeton.

Parksville Curling Club Event: (Parksville) skip Cheryl Noble, third Clare Cooney, second Nancy Douglas and lead Pat Slobodzion.

Qualicum Beach Curling Club Event: (Qualicum) skip Rob Stewart, third Rob Diack, second Darryl Aikman and lead Sean Herbert.

 

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