Magee rink wins Kerry Park ladies’ spiel

The Kerry Park Ladies’ Bonspiel was won by the Kerry Park rink of Gloria Magee, Ann Cox, Yvonne Roemer and Suzanne Cuthbert.

The “very short and small” Kerry Park Ladies’ Bonspiel was won by the Kerry Park rink of Gloria Magee, Ann Cox, Yvonne Roemer and Suzanne Cuthbert.

Eight teams took part in the bonspiel on Nov. 20-22.

Second place went to the rink of Christine Moroz, Christine Macdonald, Heather Shortill and Debbie Loewen; third place went to the team of Ellen Merriam, Janice Ramsay, Heather Wakefield, Ann James and Pauline Cavanagh, and the foursome of Lynn Derry, Francie Ellison, Denise Myhre and Colleen Martin finished fourth.

Spokeperson Gerry Harrison thanked sponsors Valley Vines to Wines, Creative Woodcraft, Cobble House Bed & Breakfast and Orka Graphiks for helping out.

The 2016 Open Bonspiel is scheduled for Feb. 4-7. Contact Dave Shortill at 250-732-5355 for more information.

 

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