Results of the 2016 World Boxing Day Curling Championship (Martensville Division)

The competition came to a final between Erik Pavloff (Saskatoon) / Dymitri Pavlove (Calgary) against Patty Rock (Saskatoon) / Gabe Curtis (Victoria).

A very well played game, with
claiming the 2016 Championship. Congratulations to them and all the curlers who participated in this year’s 2-4 Support Our Troops Curling Fundraiser.

Martensville 2016 Champs

Parry Sound 2016 Results

Joanne and Ron Gill, centre, finished first in the Pool Shot Out and declared the Champions in the 2nd Annual Parry Sound.  Al Bourgeois,on left and Tom Traversy. far right, present the Gill’s with their award. Their Pool was sponsored by RTP  Mechanical Ltd.


Second Place Team

Shelly van Erp and Steven Holmes, centre, came in second place in the pool sponsored by Airtron.  Melissa Hayhurst and Al Bourgeois congratulate them on their achievement.

Four Teams Tied for Third 

Al Bourgeois, Parry Sound Curling Club President, on left, with Bill Sheridan and Don Cull who won the Pool sponsored by Ken & Nancy Gallinger. with Tom Traversy, event organizer on right.


Ray Pavlove, on left, with Tom Traversy, far right  congratulate , Daivd Hanna and Claire Randell, on winning the Ben & Carol Hansen pool.



Winner of the TD Canada Trust Pool were Bob Gilman and Jim Cox, on left, with TD Canada Trust employee Fawn Horvath and Al Bourgeois, Parry Sound Curling Club President.


Tom Traversy congratulates Nanci Beers and Phil Lewkowski for raising $600.00 and finishing in 3rd place in the 2nd Annual Curlers Care Support Our Troops Bonspiel.

Parry Sound 2015 Results

“Gryphons” Team, Debby Pavlove and Andrew Cunsolo from Guelph, captured the 1st Annual Supporting our Troops Bonspiel by scoring the highest total points with a draw to the button against the five other Pool Champions.

Pavlove put her rock in the 4 foot, while Cunsolo drew the button.

2015 champs
Vern Kennedy, President of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 117, on right, congratulates Debby Pavlove  and Andrew Cunsolo, winners of the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 117 Pool C and overall champions.

1st Annual 2-4 Support Our Troops Bonspiel held in Parry Sound

March 2015

THE inaugural Curlers Care Support Our Troops 2-4 Bonspiel was held at the Parry Sound Curling Club. Hopefully the first of many, Curlers Care wants Clubs across Canada to Support Our Troops.

The unique 2-4 format attracted 48 teams raising nearly $10,000. for the Military Families Fund of the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.

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