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Sparwood curling team to compete at Canadian Masters

Team Will with the Sparwood Curling Club won the B.C. Masters Men’s Curling Championship. They are now headed to the Canadian Masters Curling Championships in Coaldale, Alberta.  - Submitted
Team Will with the Sparwood Curling Club won the B.C. Masters Men’s Curling Championship. They are now headed to the Canadian Masters Curling Championships in Coaldale, Alberta.
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Sparwood Curling Club's team Will recently won the B.C. Masters Men's Curling Championship. The competition was held at the Creston Curling Club from March 5 to 9.

After a round robin format team, team Will beat Golden Ears' team Moore 4-3 in the semifinal. Team Will then went on to beat Kelowna's team Gelowitz 7-2 in just six ends. Sparwood Curling Club team Will was skipped by Ralph Will with Gerald Kent throwing fourth stones, Peter Sweetman throwing third stones, Fizz McKie throwing second stones, and skip Ralph Will throwing lead stones.

Team Will now moves on to represent team B.C. at the Canadian Masters Curling Championship at the Coaldale Granite Curling Club from March 31to April.

 

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