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Corner Brook Curling Club experiences small financial loss during past season
Gushue caps off year with another win
Ryan McNeil-Lamswood picks up sportsmanship award in fourth-place finish on national curling stage
Commitment to throwing rocks pays dividends for Mackenzie Mitchell foursome
Corner Brook's Mitchell rink to represent province at Canada Winter Games
Springdale girls learned to curl to seize winter games opportunity
Corner Brook's Gary Oke rink headed to nationals
The Gary Oke rink out of the Corner Brook Curling Club will be competing at this year’s national masters men’s curling championship after emerging as the champion at the provincial level over the weekend. Hosted in Corner Brook, the ...
A fine sheet of ice awaits curlers at 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games
Young athletes throwing rocks for gold at the 2018 Newfoundland and Labrador Winter Games won’t have to worry about quality ice. The Corner Brook Curling Club is the host venue for the Games being hosted by the Town of Deer Lake with the ...
Ryan McNeil-Lamswood excited about wearing Newfoundland's colours on national curling stage for fifth time
Five is a number that sounds really good to Stephenville native Ryan McNeil-Lamswood. McNeil-Lamswood, serving as skip for a townie foursome out of the Re/Max Centre in St. John’s, earned his fifth trip to a national curling event by winning ...
Curling provincials wrap up in Stephenville
The Mackenzie Glynn rink out of St. John’s downed the Sarah McNeil Lamswood rink of the host club to win gold in the U18 women’s division of the 2018 provincial U18 and U16 male and female provincial curling championships over the weekend ...
Provincial U18, U16 male and female curling championships underway in Stephenville
The Caribou Curling Club’s Will Butler rink sits in first place of the U16 men’s division after the opening day of the provincial U18 and U16 male and female curling championships on Wednesday on home ice in Stephenville. The Butler ...
Young curlers excited about playing for provincial crowns close to home
Throwing rocks will be the thing to do in Stephenville next week with 22 curling teams converging on the Caribou Curling Club. The Caribou Curling Club is the venue for the 2018 provincial U16 and U18 male and female curling championships Feb. ...
Caribou Curling Club ready to put off great tournament from young curlers from across Newfoundland and Labrador
Providing young curlers from Newfoundland and Labrador with a positive experience is something Sherri McNeil believes the Caribou Curling Club is ready to deliver. The Stephenville curling facility is the venue for the 2018 provincial U16 and U18 ...
Winning the Tankard a surreal feeling for Corner Brook’s Matthew Hunt
When Matthew Hunt woke up Monday morning he thought it was all a dream. A smile and a sigh of relief would follow, knowing something he had talked about as a young curler had come to fruition. RELATED: 'It all came together for new ...
It all came together for new Tankard champs: Greg Smith rink will represent N.L. at Brier
What started out as a few beers amongst friends on a warm, lazy Friday night in August led to a provincial men’s curling championship five months later and a trip to the Brier for Greg Smith’s curling team from St. ...
Corner Brook’s Stephanie LeDrew happy to be back throwing stones at a competitive level
Stephanie LeDrew says it was an amazing experience to win back-to-back Scotties Tournament of Hearts as an alternate for the Rachel Homan foursome, but she would much rather be engaged in throwing rocks than sitting on the bench. LeDrew, a member ...