VCC curlers finish second and third at BC Scotties

Congrats to VCC curlers Sandra Comadina and Lindsay Hudyma for their strong showings at the BC Scotties in Duncan. Lindsay skipped her team to a second place finish in the round robin with a 5-2 record. Comadina, who plays lead for the Diane Gushulak team that was 4-3 in the round robin, got through a tiebreaker, the quarter-final, and a semi-final win Hudyma, but ended up losing the final to the Marla Mallett team that lost only one game all week.

Sign up weekly to curl Saturday nights

Saturday Social curling at VCC offers you the chance to curl when you want without having to make a weekly commitment. Novice curlers are welcomed too!

Register online each week by Wednesday night to curl on the following Saturday, either individually or in groups. We'll let you know on Thursday who has signed up to curl on Saturday and set the games up. For more go to our Saturday Social page.

New way to get into VCC Championship this year

VCC teams that don't qualify for the VCC Championship, April 10-13, will now be allowed to submit a "wild card" entry to fill any spots in the 32-team field not claimed by VCC leagues. Wild card teams must be comprised of people who curled together on a team this season in a VCC league. Any wild card spots in the VCC Championship will be allocated after the league entry deadline of Monday, Apr. 3. For more information and wild card team registration go to the VCC Championship page.

Curl in a bonspiel this Friday and Saturday at VCC

The annual Engineers' Bonspiel still has room for more teams in the bonspiel coming up this Friday, Jan. 27. For more information, click on the attached poster.

VCC curler in world deaf championship

VCC curler Cecilia Tung has been selected as the fifth player on the Canadian women's team at the third World Deaf Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia from Mar.5-13. Ceclia will be joining Team Jamieson from Edmonton for the event. She is the first BC woman to be part of the deaf natonial team. 

Cecilia Tung

Delivery and sweeping clinics on Saturday, Feb. 25

Curl BC high performance development coach Will Sutton will be leading separate video delivery analysis and sweeping clinics on the afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 25 at VCC. These clinics are suitable for curlers with some experience who are looking to improve their game. For details and registration go to http://vancurl.com/lessons-clinics/clinics.

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