Ken Mattis and Ron Scheckenberger (Dundas Granite) repeated as champions at the event held in Gananoque Feb. 1 – 2. Ten teams played in 2 pools of 5 with the top 2 teams in each pool advancing to the playoffs. Ken and Ron went 4 – 0 in their pool, then won their semi-final 6- 5 and the final 2 – 1. This is the second consecutive year that they have gone undefeated. They will represent Ontario in the National two stick championships to be held in Regina from April 6 – 9.

Learn to Curl

Wanting to try curling?  The Glanford Curling Club is hosting a 5 week Learn2Curl program.  Catch the Olympic spirit and try curling!

Hamilton’s Team Del Conte earns silver at Ontario Games

Team Del Conte from the Hamilton Victoria Curling Club were U17 silver medallists at the 2018 Ontario Winter Games. The foursome went 4-1 before losing in the gold medal game. This event was the first time the team made it to a provincial event. Their performance...

Mixed doubles curling is coming to the Vic

The Vic will be running a mixed doubles league on Saturday nights in the 2018/19 curling season and would like to invite curlers from across the region to take part. We will be working out the details over the next few months and if you would like to be added to our...

Hamilton Blind Curlers Win 12 of 13 Games in Scotland

Three competitive blind curlers along with 3 coaches recently toured Scotland. They played 13 games in 6 days against Scottish curlers with various disabilities, winning 12 games. The games were held at four sites, including the National Curling Academy in Stirling....

CHCH Morning Live’s coverage of curling at the Granite

Tim Bolen took part in the great Canadian past time of curling this morning at the Dundas Granite Curling Club. Started back in 1963 they pride themselves on providing curling for those of all levels, which was great for a rookie like him.

The Greater Hamilton Sunday Open Doubles League

Glendale Curling Club is pleased to introduce “The Greater Hamilton Sunday Open Doubles League”. This league is based on the “Mixed Doubles” game that has been played worldwide and has obtained full Olympic status starting in the 2018 Olympics. Games are fast paced...

MAHONEY: A new LGBTQ curl in oldest club’s broom

Victoria Curling Club treasurer Peter Cross is a Victoria Curling Club board member and treasurer who backs an LGBTQ league to help boost the club's Friday night numbers. He holds a traditional corn brooom from the late-1960s. - Gary Yokoyama,The Hamilton Spectator...

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