Thursday, December 16, 2021

Only a few more stones to throw before Curling beaks for Holidays

Stones at the ready for a toss at the PRCC
(photo from PRCC FB page)

The 2021-22 season has seen it's first tournaments come and go and as the Holidays draw closer, there are only a few more stones to toss to the House before Prince Rupert's curlers take a break, with this Friday making for the final night of league curling until January.

The 70 members and counting of the Seal Cove club are set to take a few weeks off from December 18th to January 3rd before they pick up the brooms again and hit the ice.

If you've missed out on the start of the season, they are still looking for new teams and will be accepting applications from those with an interest in the New Year.

Club officials are also working on some of the 2022 Bonspiel plans with the RONA Mixed Bonspiel set for February 25 to 27 and the Marine Bonspiel marked on the calendar as March 11 to 13.

More renovation work continues inside the Seal Cove facility as well, with the Club installing two new furnaces to help with the ice/sheet conditions, the club features some photos of the work of installation through their Facebook page.

More notes on Curling in the Northwest can be found from our archive page here

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