Winners of the Ladies Bonspiel A Event: Barb Rooke - third

Ladies curling bonspiel

It was another fun weekend at the Fort St. James Ladies’ Curling Bonspiel Feb. 15 and 16.

It was another fun weekend at the Fort St. James Ladies’ Curling Bonspiel Feb. 15 and 16.

The tournament drew 18 teams, up from last year’s 15.

“Lots of newcomers this year, so that was nice,” said Terri-Lee MacDougall, one of the organizers.

Results:

A event

First: Linda Work

Barb Rooke

Louly Thompson

Donna Luck

Second: Terri-Lee MacDougall

Bernice Wilkes

Timara-Lee MacDougall

Alicia MacDougall

Third: Julie-Ann Mortenson

Mari Whitford

Cathy York

Vernet Heaven

B Event

First: Kim Repko

Michelle Boschman

Allison Moise

Diane Fownef

Second: Joanne Leggett

Laura Amyot

Lynn Rasmussen

Jessica Rasmussen

Third:

Melanie Ubleis

Danielle

Rasmussen

Christine

Deverson

Amelia Orcutt

C Event

First: Tara Frederick

Melissa Howell

Debbie Hanley

Helen Frederick

Second:

Bonnie Kozley

Gladys Hart

Marianne Luck

Nicola Prince

Third: Tina Auchstaetter

Jana Gainor

Alison Watson

 

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