VCC Championship

Thursday Open League teams dominated in the  annual VCC Championship, April 8-10. Two Thursday Open League teams made the championship final with the Richard Brower team defeating the Chris Gomes team. Up one with hammer in the final end, the Brower team clogged up the four-foot to prevent the Gomes team from stealing to tie the game. The Gomes team (third Patrick Prade, second Marty Perry, lead Brian Cole) won the Thursday Open League title this season. Brower narrowly defeated Keith Switzer from the Thursday Open League in an extra-end semi-final that needed a laser measure to decide the score in the eighth end.


Brock Tully team lost the first game of the championship in a Thursday Open League matchup against the Brower team, but then won four straight games to win the B event final. Down three with hammer, playing the final end against Clayton Bergquist's PRCL team (Steeve Lepage, Adam Tumilson, Duncan McGillivray, Peter Greenwell), the Tully team scored four to grab the win.


There were 32 teams in the championship with the majority of VCC leagues represented. Four wild card teams were drawn to complete the field.

Draw and results from the 2022 championship, April 8-10


Brower team

VCC Championship winners left to right: Richard Brower, Deryk Brower, Ian Baart. The team played with three as lead Derek Smith was already in the championship on another team. The team only got in the night before, winning a draw to be the third Thursday Open League team in the championship.


Tully team

B event winners, left to right: Jeff Van Wyck, Chris Faa, Jeff Guignard, Brock Tully


Championship Rules

  • Teams must be nominated by a league and consist of players who regularly play together in that league. Any other players would be considered a spare.
  • Spares must play Lead (or Second if 2 spares) and must play in the same league as the team during the regular season.
    Players can not represent 2 teams during the event. If eligible via 2 teams, they must select 1 and stick with that team for the event.
  • A Winners will receive VCC Club Jackets and a Bonspiel entry (details below).
  • A Runners up and B Winners will receive an entry to a local Bonspiel at another club (Up to $360) in the 2022/23 season as "Team Vancouver Curling Club" to represent VCC in the great curling community.
  • VCC will select which events teams are able to choose to attend and provide options to the teams.


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