David Hyatt will be conducting a club coach clinic on December 9-10, 2017 at the Spirit River Curling Club. If you are interested in attending this clinic, please complete the registration form below and email it to Sydney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clinic Registration Form
Travelers Provincials will be held at the Avonair Curling Club October 20-22, 2017.
The following teams will be representing the Peace Curling Association:
PCA Men’s A Winner – Fairview Curling Club
- Skip: Dale Venning
- Third: Jerald Zaderey
- Second: Dylan Venning
- Lead: Dwayne Adams
PCA Men’s B Winner – Dawson Creek Curling Club
- Skip: Tracy Steinke
- Third: Mark Heartt
- Second: Wayne Radke
- Lead: John Inkster
PCA Women’s A Winner – Manning Curling Club
- Skip: Treena Pasichnuk
- Third: Sayler Schmidt
- Second: Sharon Henitiuk
- Lead: Malerie Greschner
PCA Women’s B Winner – Peace River Curling Club
- Skip: Elaine Laurin
- Third: Tami Palinkas
- Second: Barb Elder
- Lead: Annette Blayone
Line scores will be posted here on the NACA website: http://northernalbertacurling.com/playdown/1149
Is your team looking for a bonspiel close to home? Check out the “events” section of our website to find a list of bonspiels at clubs throughout the Peace. https://peacecurling.wordpress.com/calendar/
Team Tremblay will be representing the Peace Curling Association junior Provincials December 27-31 at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Layton Tremblay (skip), Murray Lawrence (third), Kaleb Yost (second), Lincoln Schamehorn (lead) and coach Evan Asmussen from the Dawson Creek Curling Club are the PCA Junior Men’s A team.
Team Grant is the PCA Junior Men’s B team that will be representing the Peace Curling Association at Junior Provincials. Team Grant is composed of: Matthew Grant (skip), Robert Ambury (third), Dalen Sliger (second), Daniel de Medeiros (lead) and coach Travis Jones from the Grande Prairie Curling Centre.
Team Skrlik will be representing the PCA Junior Women at Junior Provincials. Team Skrlik is composed of: Kayla Skrlik (skip), Ashton Skrlik (third), Hope Sunley (second), Megan Johnson (lead) from the Falher Curling Club.
Curling Canada has updated the following policies:
- 5 Rock Rule – effective 2018-2019
- Free-Agency-Policy – effective 2018-2019
- Alternate-Player-Policy – effective January 1, 2018
- Seniors Eligibility Age Change– effective May 1, 2018
- Team Travel Policy– effective December 1, 2017
- Residency Policy– effective immediately
- MA Cup Policy– new policy
Registration is now open for the Arctic Winter Games qualifying play down. Teams can register on the Alberta Curling Federation’s website: http://www.albertacurling.ab.ca/content/arctic-games
For information about the Arctic Winter Games open the Arctic Winter Games tab on our website.
Are you looking for bonspiels in the Peace? Check out the “events” section of our website. It includes the PCA’s play down dates, Peace Curling Tour dates, and club bonspiels.
This just in! The Debolt and District Agricultural Society will be hosting the PCA’s women’s play downs December 15-17, 2017. If your teams is interested in attending this event please complete the registration form and send it to the PCA prior to 6pm on December 4th, 2017. 2017-2018 Play down entry form