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Parity rules at women’s curling club championships
Travelers curling championships underway in Stephenville
Port aux Basques provincial mixed doubles curling champs headed to nationals
Corner Brook's Gary Oke rink wins provincial senior men’s curling championship
Corner Brook's Oke rink flawless in opening day action at senior curling provincials
No boxing, but get ready for knockouts at Bally Haly this week
Turpin, Ward will meet for Newfoundland and Labrador women's curling championship
It will be rinks skipped by Kelli Turpin and Cathlia Ward squaring off Sunday afternoon in the final of the Scotties Newfoundland and Labrador women’s curling championship at Bally Haly Country Club in St. John’s. The teams earned their ...
Brad Gushue and his St. John's rink are playing strong defence at the Canadian Open
Brad Gushue and his team from St. John’s haven’t scored a whole lot, but they’ve scored enough to be just a single win away from the playoff portion of the Meridian Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask. Gushue and rinkmates ...
They’ve won the Newfoundland and Labrador Scotties before, but not together
They are looking for their first Newfoundland and Labrador women’s curling championship as a quartet, but each member of the St. John’s rink skipped by Kelli Turpin has won a provincial ladies’ crown as part of another ...
Sweeping change coming at Newfoundland and Labrador Scotties
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - For the first time since 2010, the skip representing Newfoundland and Labrador at the national women’s curling championship next month won’t be named Curtis or Strong. For the past eight winters, it’s been ...
Numbers weren't great, but result was good; Brad Gushue gets a win at the Canadian Open
It can’t really be explained. It’s just the way it goes sometimes. On Tuesday night, in their opening game at the Meridian Canadian Open in North Battleford, Sask., Brad Gushue and each member of his St. John’s rink handily ...
Mackenzie Glynn and her St. John's rink are N.L. junior women's champions once again
MacKenzie Glynn and her St. John’s Curling Club rink are repeat Newfoundland and Labrador junior women’s champions. Glynn and teammates Katie Follett, Sarah Chaytor and Camille Burt, coached by Dave Trickett, defeated clubmate Emily ...
Glynn one win away from another title at Newfoundland and Labrador junior women's curling championship
A win this afternoon will give Mackenzie Glynn and her St. John's Curling Club rink their second consecutive provincial junior women's curling championship. The Glynn rink improved its record to 3-0 by edging Mackenzie Mitchell's team ...
Corner Brook’s Victoria-Rose Bennett trying to find her balance on a sheet of curling ice
Victoria-Rose Bennett says that whenever she walks by anything she either falls down or stubs her toe. He mother, Ellen Rowsell, is quick to point out she also has a knack for knocking over whatever is in her path. “I call her Tornado ...
Stephenville’s Ryan McNeil-Lamswood awarded Curling Canada Scholarship
Ryan McNeil-Lamswood has thrown rocks in a number of provinces in Canada over the past couple of years. The 18-year-old Stephenville native was a member of a number of winning curling teams from Newfoundland and Labrador who played the game on the ...
Brad Gushue loses opener at the National, which is really an international event
You can still find some people who remember when Newfoundland was its own country. Since he’s just 38, Brad Gushue is obviously not one of those folks; the Dominion of Newfoundland and sovereign status came to an end back in ...