The 2013/14 Elk Valley Superleague season consists of eight curling teams from Sparwood

Welcome to the Elk Valley Superleague

The 2013/14 Elk Valley Superleague season consists of eight curling teams from Sparwood, Fernie, Elkford and the Crowsnest Pass.

  • Oct. 23, 2013 11:00 a.m.

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The Elk Valley Superleague promotes competitive curling in the Elk Valley by attracting the top curlers in the area including men’s, women’s, seniors, and junior teams, preparing these teams for playdowns with the ultimate goal to have one of these teams represent B.C. at the national level.

The 2013/14 Elk Valley Superleague season consists of eight teams from Sparwood, Fernie, Elkford and the Crowsnest Pass competing Monday nights at the Sparwood Curling Club starting October 21 at 7 pm. This is the eleventh season and every year seems to grow in popularity with teams and sponsors on a waiting list.

 

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