Curling Applications for the 2020/2021 season are not yet being accepted.
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.