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Myrden rink members the leading ladies

Skip Vicki Sjoberg lines up a precise shot while taking on Glenda Barrett’s Duncan team in the Duncan Curling Club ladies
Skip Vicki Sjoberg lines up a precise shot while taking on Glenda Barrett’s Duncan team in the Duncan Curling Club ladies' bonspiel.
— image credit: Andrew Leong

Numbers were down but the enthusiasm remained high for the Duncan Curling Club's annual ladies' bonspiel at the Glen Harper Curling Centre.

The field was reduced to three events, but there were still plenty of curlers to enjoy a great weekend.

Skip Diane Myrden's Lake Cowichan rink topped the A&W Restaurant A event. Her teammates included: Tricia Mayea (third), Kari McKinlay (second) and Maria Elzinga (lead).

Second went to skip Susan Repath's rink that included Francie Ellison at third, Lynn Derry at second and DonnaLee Thompson at lead.

Delores Wallace skipped the winning team in the Best Western Cowichan Valley Inn B event that included third Jade Schultis, second Lynn Fedoruk and lead Maureen Kroll. Barb Foster (skip), Carol Shewchuk (third), Laurie Johnson (second) and Fiona Machell (lead) made up the runner-up rink.

Vicki Sjoberg skipped her team of Sherry Squire (third), Shawn Bates (second) and Tara Burnell (lead) to third place while fourth spot went to skip Louise Martin's team that included Teresa Williams at third, Virginia Conway at second and the lead combination of Deb Loewen and Wendy Reid.

The Hardie Honey C event title went to skip Nanci McArthur's rink that included Sheila Percival at third, Joanne Leitch at second and Jan Hardie at lead. Pat Moore (skip), Karen Lundstrom (third), Audrey Funk (second) and Dawn Nakatsu (lead) were the runners-up.

Mary Gibbs (skip), Jan Giles (third), Laurie Arscott (second) and Sandy Allegretto (lead) combined for third place while skip Glenda Barrett, third Lori Ritchie, second Kathy Lambert and lead Dianna Rochon joined forces for fourth place.

The Moore rink also enjoyed the dubious honour of having the biggest end, a competition that yielded a prize of $400 donated by Glen and Marg Harper.

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