Curling club holds men’s bonspiel

The Summerland curling club held their senior men’s bonspiel this past week Nov. 18 to 20 with 20 team participating.

The Summerland curling club held their senior men’s bonspiel this past week Nov. 18 to 20 with 20 team participating.

There were five teams from Penticton, seven from Kelowna, six from Summerland, one from Oliver and one multi-town team.

The Thursday morning ladies made lunches for the players. Cliff and Gord White prepared the ice. Dave Gartrell donated apples for the curlers.

Winning team for the Red division was George Hagel from Oliver, second place Warren Parker from Summerland and third place Dale Abrey with a mix up team from Osoyoos, Penticton and Oliver.

The Larry Kowal team got first place in the Green division, Vic Campbell from Kelowna took second and also from Kelowna Stan Wilson won third.

The blue division was won by Barry Lemay from Kelowna, second place Bob Ezart from Summerland and third was Len Swift from Penticton.

 

 

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