VCC curlers in the hunt on last day of the BC Scotties

There will be a VCC curler in the BC Scotties final in Duncan! Dianne Gushulak's team, including VCC curler Sandra Comadina at lead, just squeaked out an 8-7 win over Chilliwack's Sarah Wark in the quarter-final. VCC skip Lindsay Hudyma lost earlier today in the 1 vs. 2 page playoff game to Marla Mallett (Golden Ears), so will face Gushulak in the semi-final at 11:00 am on Sunday. The winner faces Mallett in the final at 4:00 pm.

Sign up weekly to curl Saturday nights

Saturday Social curling at VCC offers you the chance to curl when you want without having to make a weekly commitment. Novice curlers are welcomed too!

Register online each week by Wednesday night to curl on the following Saturday, either individually or in groups. We'll let you know on Thursday who has signed up to curl on Saturday and set the games up. For more go to our Saturday Social page.

VCC curler in world deaf championship

VCC curler Cecilia Tung has been selected as the fifth player on the Canadian women's team at the third World Deaf Curling Championships in Sochi, Russia from Mar.5-13. Ceclia will be joining Team Jamieson from Edmonton for the event. She is the first BC woman to be part of the deaf natonal team. 

Cecilia Tung

Delivery and sweeping clinics on Saturday, Feb. 25

Curl BC high performance development coach Will Sutton will be leading separate video delivery analysis and sweeping clinics on the afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 25 at VCC. These clinics are suitable for curlers with some experience who are looking to improve their game. For details and registration go to

VCC curlers qualify for BC senior championships

Four VCC curlers will be participating in the BC senior championships in Salmon Arm, Feb. 20-26, including a married couple. Stan Walker, third with the Craig Lepine team, and Jan Bos and Richard Brower from the Mike Moss team qualified at the Lower Mainland senior men's playdown, Jan. 13-15 at Tunnel Town CC.

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