Join us at Tam Heather for our Annual
Stewart Wheler Memorial “Big” Little Rock Bonspiel
Saturday, February 29, 2020
The Little Rocker will be playing with regular stones
- One Draw, 2 Six-end Games at 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
- 16 teams accepted; any combination of boys and girls
- CSA approved helmets required for all players
- Lunch and Snacks
- Total Team Age of 44 years (Age as of day of bonspiel; 12 Years Maximum)
- TERRIFIC PRIZES for all, Elimination Draw, and LOTS of FUN!
- All teams must be accompanied by an adult at all times
- Special prize for most LEAPING TEAM
- Entry Fee: $160.00 per team
- On-line Registration *NEW for 2020*
The TCA Goldline Youth Championships was held at the Oshawa Curling Club from Dec. 27-29. Team Rotskas was unbeaten, winning 5 straight to make it to the final game versus the current World Junior Silver medalist team from Switzerland. In the final, a steal in the extra end gave Team Rotskas an 8 – 7 win and the championship.
3 of 4 players are members of Tam Heather and play regularly in the Skips Entry league:
|Skip:||Steven Rotskas- Tam Heather|
|Vice:||Jayden King- spare|
|Second:||Robert Andersen - Tam Heather (usually the Vice for the team, but switched to 2nd for the TCA)|
|Lead:||Ben Lobo -Tam Heather|
Congratulations and enjoy your prize, a trip to Switzerland to compete at the end of March!!!
Jitneys are social evenings held on selected Saturday nights in the new year. This is curling strictly for fun. Put a team together ... bring your friends, family, new curlers, anyone. Sign up, come out and have a great time. The cost is $180 per sheet of ice ($22.50 per person). That includes curling, snacks and a DJ. Ice times of 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm are available. Plan to come a little early to get your group ready for going on the ice.
Thinking of trying the sport of curling?
Curling is a unique sport that requires both skill and strategy. It is often referred to as chess on ice. It is a lifelong sport that can be learned at any age. Whether playing in a fun league or in a competitive ladder the emphasis is always on sportsmanship and fair play. Being a social sport by nature, it is not uncommon for teams to socialize off the ice where lasting friendships are often made.