Craigs get closer to Brier by reaching B.C. championships

The Shawnigan Lake duo of Wes and Miles Craig and their teammates punched their ticket to the 2017 B.C. Men’s Curling Championship.

The Shawnigan Lake father-son duo of Wes and Miles Craig and their teammates punched their ticket to the 2017 belairdirect B.C. Men’s Curling Championship as one of two rinks to qualify out of the Island playdowns in Victoria last weekend.

The Craigs teamed up with Cameron de Jong and Josh Hozack, both of Victoria, to win the A event and earn a berth at the 2017 men’s championships in Abbotsford in February. They will be joined there by the B event winners, Victoria’s Glen Jackson rink.

The B.C. Men’s Curling Championship will feature the top 12 men’s teams from across the province, and will decide who goes to the 2017 Tim Hortons Brier.


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