Curling Canada Policy Updates

Curling Canada has updated the following policies:

  1. 5 Rock Rule – effective 2018-2019
  2. Free-Agency-Policy – effective 2018-2019
  3. Alternate-Player-Policy – effective January 1, 2018
  4. Seniors Eligibility Age Change– effective May 1, 2018
  5. Team Travel Policy– effective December 1, 2017
  6. Residency Policy– effective immediately
  7. MA Cup Policy– new policy

2017 PCA Junior Rock Star Camp

Thank you to all juniors who attended the PCA’s Junior Rock Star camp this weekend at the Grande Prairie Curling Centre. We broke records this year with 52 participants! Thank you to Renee Sonnenberg for all the hard work she puts in to organizing and running the camp. Thank you to all the volunteers that helped Renee run the camp: Sara Guenette, Kyle Reynolds, Evan Asmussen, Les Sonnenberg, David Hyatt, Kevin Hrab and Rachel Doepker. Special that you to Joanne Courtney who took time out of her busy schedule to put on the brushing clinic on Friday night and help with the camp on Saturday.

PCA Junior Rock Star Curling Camp 2017

Travelers Provincial

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: