Parksville Qualicum Beach curling tournament

Clubs from across the mid-Island competed in Qualicum Beach event

Action from the Masters Bonspiel at the Qualicum Beach Curling Club last weekend.

Tyson Taylor

sports@pqbnews.com

The Qualicum/Parksville Masters Bonspiel hosted by the Qualicum Beach Curling Club had 24 teams taking part last weekend (Jan. 3–5).

This was formally a men’s event for master curlers 55+ but now includes women 50+. The Parksville Curling Club will host the event next year.

QUALITY FOODS EVENT

First Place: Qualicum Curling Club (QCC) skip Bruce Feltham, 3rd Rob Findlay, 2nd Daryl Aikman, lead Charles Shier.

Second: (QCC) skip Merv Erickson, 3rd Gil Simpson, 2nd Ron Ashcroft, lead Ted Yeomans.

Third: (Parksville CC) skip Roger Pick, 3rd Gord Hallstrom, 2nd Doug Glenn, lead Roy Duncan.

DOLLY’S HOME HARDW. EVENT

First: (Nanaimo CC) skip Brian Scorer, 3rd George Duffell, 2nd Cliff King, lead Merv Osler.

Second: (NCC) skip Gene Klymchuk, 3rd Phil Chase, 2nd Roy Richmond, lead Don Fraser.

Third: (PCC) skip Ray Gamracy, 3rd Larry Uglene, 2nd Bob Reed, lead Clare Cooney.

LORDCO EVENT

First: (Comox CC) skip Richard Lewis, 3rd Jack Holden, 2nd Daryl Wright, lead Reg Tassel.

Second: (Alberni CC) skip Bill Moore, 3rd Elvin Irg, 2nd Ed Fudge, lead Paul McDougal.

Third: (PCC) skip Ralph Hook, 3rd Gerry Kotyluk, 2nd Terry Miller, lead Paul Stone.

CHUCKS AUTOMOTIVE EVENT

First: (Nanaimo CC) skip Bob Hungar, 3rd Bob Davies, 2nd Craig Turnbull, lead Karen Hungar.

Second: (NCC) skip Ron Kulai, 3rd Larry Oleskiw, 2nd Vic Brice, lead Peter Stock.

Third: (NCC) skip Joanne Phillips, 3rd Shirley Sloan, 2nd Susan Barber, lead Moira Ryan.

PHARMASAVE EVENT

First: (QCC) skip Jack Dixon, 3rd Doug Thompson, 2nd Gary Nolan, lead Owen Thomas.

Second: (QCC) skip Wayne Buholzer, 3rd Jerry Ockey, 2nd Gary Hackman, lead Barry Kallies.

Third: (QCC) skip Geoff Leney, 3rd Gerry Hook, 2nd Bud Whitefield, lead John Lajoie.

QUALICUM PARKSVILLE EVENT

First: (QCC) skip Irene Creally, 3rd Judy Maitland, 2nd Ellen Coates, lead Sandra Braithwaite.

Second: (NCC) skip Val Fenton, 3rd Gordon Borbandy, 2nd Bill Turner, lead Rick Kerley.

Third: (PCC) skip Darwin Armstrong, 3rd Murray McIntosh, 2nd Len Fong, lead Don Francx.

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