Masters 2010: Info - Photos - News

Masters Curling Champions - New Brunswick - 2010
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Rod Aube, Jack Healey,Gord Tuttle,Bob Brannan

NEW BRUNSWICK   

Jan 31 - Feb 4 2010 - Frederiction Curling Club 
Info courtesy the Daily Gleaner 
http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/rss/article/943104


The New Brunswick masters curling champions were crowned 
 at the Fredericton Curling Club. In top photo, are, from left,
skip Rod Aube, third Jack Healey, second Gord Tuttle
and lead Bob Brannan from the Capital Winter Club. They defeated
Bill Lutes of the Beaver Curling Club of Moncton 8-3 in the final.
 Ellen Brennan, third Nancy Porter, second Rose Donovan and lead
Kathy Grasse of the Thistle-St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John
defeated Isabelle Yeamans of CWC 5-3 in the final.  



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Ellen Brennan,Nancy Porter, Rose Donovan, Kathy Grass

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Masters Champions - PEI
PEI M Small
Claire Sweet, Bob Matheson, Cliff Poirier, Wayne Arsenault

pei W small
Jeanne Duffenais, Georgie Coulson, Marg Nowlan,Pat Barrett-Silver Fox

Masters Champions - Newfoundland + N.B. Host Team
NFLD M Small
Dennis Byrne, Gerry Boland, Clyde Watton, Carl Loughlin - Stephenville CC

NB W Host small
NB HOST -Isabel Yeamans,Kay McGraw,Shirley Doherty,Diana Jensen

Masters Champions - Nova Scotia
NS m Small
Team NSCA -Reid Romkey, Alan Marshall, Peter Smith, Bruce Tymchuk

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Sue Anne Barlett,Sharon Clarke, Marjorie MacKay, Brenda Nearing

Masters Champions - Quebec
QUE M Small
Paul Gagnon, Marcel Bouchard, Paul-Armand Boudreault, Rene Plourde

Que Bains Small
Lois Baines, Mary-Ann Robertson, Claire McDougall, Joan McNab

Masters Champions - Ontario
ON M Small
Mike Dorey, Brian Henderson, Gary Houghton, Paul Knight - Guelph CC

ONT W Small
Jane Galloway, Judy Oryniak, Susan Davies, Lynn Baker - Ilderton CC

Masters Champions - Northern Ontario
NO- M small
Bob Coulter, Larry Byles, Don Rask, John Kelly - Copper Clif CC-Sudbury

NOnt W small
Jan Pula, Maymar Gemmell, Anita Fabbro, Sandy Olson - Idylwylde CC

Masters Champions - North West Territories
NWT -m Small
Don Webb,Garry Schwartzenbergger,Don MacDonald,Frank Price- Fort Smith CC

Masters Curling Champions of the Yukon
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Lead -Mike Stitt, Clarence Jack, Al Gee, Craig Tuton - Skip -

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Skip - Pat Banks, Madeline Boyd, Ev Pasichnyk, Elaine Sumner

Masters Champions - Manitoba
Man men NU
Skip -Ron Westcott,, Bob Jenion, Bob Boughy, Gary Smith - Fort Rouge CC


Jones  earns a record sixth Manitoba title. 
Full story Courtesy-Jim Bender Winnipeg Sun
http://www.winnipegsun.com/sports/curling/2010/03/08/13160856.html
She was forced to switch to the stick two years ago but has still managed to master the 60-plus curling crowd. St. Vital’s Elaine Jones downed Dauphin’s Karen Toderian 5-3 in the final of the Masters women’s provincial final to earn a record sixth Manitoba title.“They’re all special,” said Jones, supported by third Anne Wright, second Pat Malanchuk and Ruth Wiebe. “It is special in the fact that I have two players with me this year that I haven’t had in Masters before. Anne Wright did curl with me in seniors when we won it but, for Pat Malanchuk, this is her first Buffalo. So, that’s special.”

Wiebe has been with Jones for all six wins and two of the four Manitoba senior women’s crowns that Jones had captured.



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Skip-Elaine Jones, Anne Wright, Pat Malanchuk, Ruth Wiebe

Masters Champions - Saskatchewan
SK-M-small
Eugene Hritzuk, Larry Ruf, Larry Briske, Brian Davis-Nutana CC-Saskatoon

SK-W-small
Rhoda Besse, Sharon Fyke, Jean MacLean, Sharon White-Nutana CC-Saskatoon

Masters Champions - Alberta
AB M small
Ralph Lee, Kermit Haakonson, Barry Westgard, Ian Duncan - Edmonton

AB W Small
Sandy Turner, Marilyn Toews, Judy Carr, Betty Clarke - Calgary CC

Masters Champions - British Columbia
BC-M-small
Garry Gelowitz, Roy Giles, Dennis Case, Fred Trussell - Kelowna CC

BC-W-small
Karin Host, Dianne Tasaka, Lorraine Warn, Betty Dharmasetia - Richmond CC

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Thursday, March 18
MASTER DRAWS - MONDAY- TUESDAY- WEDNESDAY

Canadian  Masters Curling Championships Qaulifying Draw Schedule 2010

This is a guide draw only for the Men and Women - The official draw is at the TSA Curling Club.
This  information is thought to be correct , however this may be subject to change or correction
RESULTS  - STANDINGS - Please  Click this link
http://www.nbcurling.nb.ca/Scripts/livescore/html/master2010/frame.html

Women

 

  Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John N.B.

 

MEN

 

Ice 1

Ice 2

Ice 3

Ice 4

Ice 5

Ice 6

Ice 7

Ice 8

M o n d a y , M a r c h 2 9 , 2 0 1 0

 

 

 

 

 

9:30 AM

PEI - MN

PEI- NS

AB - NS

AB - QU

NB- ON

SK - BC

MN - HT

NWT- ON

2:15 PM

 

NL - NB

ON - NO

HT - YK

YK - QU

BC - SK

NO - SK

 

7:00 PM

NS - NWT

QU - NB

NS - AB

BC - NO

MN - AB

YK - MN

NO - PEI

ON - PEI

T u e s d a y , M a r c h 30, 2010 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:30 AM

PEI - AB

NO - NWT

ON - QU

BC - YK

PEI - ON

QU - NB

SK - NL

NS - MN

2:15 PM

 

SK- YK

 

AB - PEI

MN - BC

NO - HT

NS - ON

AB - NB

7:00 PM

NL - YK

QU - BC

NB - PE1

ON - NS

NB - SK

MN - NO

NWT - AB

QU - NS

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9:30 AM

NB - BC

MN - NO

HT - SK

NWT - MN

NO - NS

ON - AB

YK - BC

SK - YK

2:15 PM

 

 

PEI - NWT

NS - NB

QU - PEI

AB - ON

YK - NB

NL - QU

7:00 PM

QU - SK

BC - HT

NO -YK

SK -MN

BC - NL

NS - PEI

MN - ON

AB - NO



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SUNDAY - Masters TEAM PRACTICE SCHEDULE

This is a guide draw only - The official draw is at the TSA Curling Club.
This  information is thought to be correct , however may be subject to change or correction

Practice time will be 9 minutes per Sheet
Team Skill Testing will be done on the last practice sheet at the end of  the 9 minute practice.

 

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12:30 PM

 

BC (M)

Ont (M)

Host (W)

NB (M)

N Ont (M)

 

NB (W)

12:40 PM

BC (M)

NB (W)

Host (W)

 

Ont (M)

NB (M)

N Ont (M)

 

12:50 PM

 

Host (W)

NB (W)

BC (M)

N Ont (M)

Ont (M)

NB (M)

 

1:00 PM

NB (M)

N Ont (M)

 

NB (W)

BC (M)

Host (W)

Ont (M)

 

1:10 PM

 

NB (M)

N Ont (M)

 

NB (W)

BC (M)

Host (W)

Ont (M)

 

Ice 1

Ice 2

Ice 3

Ice 4

Ice 5

Ice 6

Ice 7

Ice 8

1:30 PM

Nfld/LabM)

Sask (W)

Ont (W)

 

Man(M)

 

Alta (M)

QC (W)

1:40 PM

 

 

Sask (W)

Man(M)

QC (W)

Alta (M)

Nfld/LabM)

Ont (W)

1:50 PM

 

QC (W)

 

Sask (W)

Alta (M)

Man(M)

Ont (W)

Nfld/LabM)

2:00 PM

 

 

QC (W)

Alta (M)

Nfld/Lab (M)

Ont (W)

Sask (W)

Man(M)

2:10 PM

Man(M)

Nfld/LabM)

Alta (M)

QC (W)

Ont (W)

Sask (W)

 

 

 

Ice 1

Ice 2

Ice 3

Ice 4

Ice 5

Ice 6

Ice 7

Ice 8

3:00 PM

Alta (W)

BC (W)

 

N Ont (W)

NS (M)

 

Yukon (M)

NS (W)

3:10 PM

NS (M)

 

Alta (W)

BC (W)

 

N Ont (W)

NS (W)

Yukon (M)

3:20 PM

Yukon (M)

 

N Ont (W)

NS (W)

BC (W)

NS (M)

 

Alta (W)

3:30 PM

 

N Ont (W)

NS (W)

Yukon (M)

 

Alta (W)

BC (W)

NS (M)

3:40 PM

 

NS (W)

NS (M)

Alta (W)

Yukon (M)

BC (W)

N Ont (W)

 

 

Ice 1

Ice 2

Ice 3

Ice 4

Ice 5

Ice 6

Ice 7

Ice 8

4:00 PM

QC (M)

Man (W)

NWT (M)

 

PEI (M)

Yukon (W)

Sask (M)

PEI (W)

4:10 PM

NWT (M)

QC (M)

 

Man (W)

PEI (W)

PEI (M)

Yukon (W)

Sask (M)

4:20 PM

Sask (M)

Yukon (W)

PEI (W)

NWT (M)

Man (W)

QC (M)

PEI (M)

 

4:30 PM

PEI (W)

 

Yukon (W)

PEI (M)

Sask (M)

Man (W)

NWT (M)

QC (M)

4:40 PM

PEI (M)

PEI (W)

 

Yukon (W)

QC (M)

Sask (M)

Man (W)

NWT (M)

 

List of teams with ices they will not be practicing on. If requested on Sunday, the head official will arrange a 10 minute practice on these ices immediately following a scheduled game time.

 

Ice 1

Ice 2

Ice 3

Ice 4

Ice 5

Ice 6

Ice 7

Ice 8

TBD

 

NWT (M)

PEI (M)

Ont (M)

 

 

Man(M)

N Ont (M)

TBD

 

 

 

NS (M)

 

 

 

Alta (M)



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Thursday, March 18
Masters Playoffs - Thursday - Friday
Up to one round of Tie breakers
THURSDAY

9:30 AM

AB4

CD4

AB5

CD5

AB6

CD6

Tiebreakers

2:15 PM

AB1

CD1

AB2

CD2

AB3

CD3

 

FRIDAY

9:30 AM

AB11

CD11

AB14

CD15

AB15

CD16

 

2:15 PM

CD12

AB12

CD13

AB13

CD14

 

 

7:00 PM

AB21

CD21

 

 

 

 

 

If Two Tie Breakers are required
THURSDAY

9:30 AM

AB5

CD5

AB6

CD6

Tiebreakers

 

 

2:15 PM

AB1

CD1

AB3

CD3

AB4

CD4

Tiebreakers

FRIDAY

9:30 AM

AB2

CD2

AB14

CD14

AB15

CD15

CD16

2:15 PM

AB11

CD11

CD12

AB12

CD13

AB13

 

7:00 PM

AB21

CD21

 

 

 

 

 

Note - Ices  for playoffs (includes ranking games) will be assigned at the completion of the round robin play.
A and B are Pool designations  for Womens play.
C and D are Pool designationsfor Mens play .

 



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Tuesday, March 23
Masters Championships Pool Listings for 2010

Women - Pool A

 

Women - Pool B

Saskatchewan

 

Alberta

Manitoba

 

Ontario

Northern Ontario

 

Nova Scotia

Yukon

 

New Brunswick

British Columbia

 

Quebec

Host Team

 

Prince Edward Island

 

 

 

Men - Pool C

 

Men - Pool D

Manitoba

 

British Columbia

Ontario

 

Newfoundland & Labrador

Alberta

 

Quebec

Northern Ontario

 

Saskatchewan

Nova Scotia

 

Yukon

Prince Edward Island

 

New Brunswick

North West Territories

 

 



CHANGES FOR 2010 MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS
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Athletes Crest
Changes for the 2010 Canadian Masters Championships

CANADIAN  MASTERS - NEW FORMAT - NEW CRESTS   

The Canadian Masters is curling’s fastest growing national championship. The field for 2010 championship will be the largest ever.
12 women’s and 13 men’s teams from the Yukon to Newfoundland & Labrador will compete.  

In the past, this has been an eight-day event — a full round-robin with a maximum of two games a day per team. Using the same format in 2010 would increase the number of games by 60% versus 2009 and extend the duration of the event by two additional days. This would, of course, significantly increase the burden on the Host Committee and their volunteers. Since the cost of attending the event is borne by the curlers, accommodation costs would also increase for competitors.


NEW FORMAT

Therefore, the Masters Committee, in conjunction with the Host Committee, has decided to adopt a pool format in 2010.
There will be two pools. The Women’s Championship will have six teams in each pool; the Men’s will have one pool of six teams and one pool of seven teams. Seeding of the pools will be based on last year’s results with new provincial representatives ranked according to their most recent participation.

POOL FORMAT AND PAGE PLAYOFF"S 

Each pool will complete a round-robin.

The top two teams in each pool will qualify for a Page cross-over playoff. (The 1st place teams in each pool will play against each other in the 1-2 Game while the 2nd place teams will play against each other in the 3-4 Game. Etc.) The remaining teams will play a crossover game between equally ranked teams to determine the seeding for 2011. By adopting the pool format, we are able to complete the event in six days and reduce the costs for all competitors

NEW CHAMPIONS CRESTS.
We are also introducing a new crest this season. Not only is it the classic heart shape, it is the same quality as crests awarded at other Canadian championships. These hearts are green, unisex and bilingual. Special thanks to the Canadian Curling Association for assistance with the design and for supplying the hearts.

 

The 2010 Canadian Masters Championship will be hosted by the Thistle-St. Andrews Curling Club in Saint John, New Brunswick from March 28th to April 2nd.

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Notes from Al Gemmell - Chairman Canadian Masters – Rcvd Feb 4 -2010

 This is the memo that I have distributed to all the associations 
but thought you might also be interested. If you are competing again 
this year, share the info with others competing

We had to go to pools because the number of games for a full round 
robin would have increased from 90 in
Saskatoon to 144 in St. John
The committee just doesn't have the volunteers and the extra days 
would involve increased ice costs. It's not perfect but we feel it is 
the best alternative.

The important piece is that the curlers should travel on Saturday, 
March 27th (no change) but depart Saturday, April 3rd (previously the 
event was to end on the 4th). So, a couple of days shorter than 
advertised.

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