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Fay and teammate to compete at Junior Olympics

Two members of Chester's provincial champion Mary Fay team will be going to the Youth Winter Olympics in February of 2016 in Lillehammer, Norway. Fay and Karlee Burgess, who hails from Brookfield will join Tyler Tardi and Sterling Middleton from British Columbia.

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With regrets, social cancelled

Posted Saturday, April 4, 12:00 pm

The club executive have just announced that the closing social will not be taking place this (Saturday) afternoon as planned.

"The Curling Club Executive are sorry to announce that the closing social scheduled for this afternoon has been cancelled due to the roof leaking," they said in an email this morning. "We will reschedule this event. More information will be sent out when we have finalized all the details."

The deadline for cleaning out lockers has been extended to Tuesday, April 7. However, the locker rooms will be accessible this afternoon for those who wish to clean them out today.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

"Thank you for a great season."


Chester hosts last leg of South Shore championship: holds trophy

Chester entered the last leg of the South Shore Road Trip Curling Championship with a commanding 38 point lead over Bridgewater and Lunenburg. And despite splitting their games Saturday (March 7) afternoon took the trophy with a series total of 211. Both Chester teams posted 1-1 records for a total of 40 points on the afternoon.

Harold Britten's team tries to take the trophy for themselves from Jim Mason's crew.

Harold Britten, (wearing ball cap) and his team of Jan Moreside, (next to Harold) and Renata Graham, try to take possession of the trophy from Jim Mason's crew. Jim, nearest the trophy, and (from left to right) Rose Clooney, Mary Raine and John Sheppard. The Tug of War was declared a tie and the trophy, an attic find remodelled by Cathy Rafuse and Carla Rafuse, will be on display at the club. Not shown in the picture, Paul Green who also curled on the Britten team.

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Liverpool was the best on the afternoon earning 46 points, good for third place at 137. Lunenburg ended up in second place at 148 and Bridgewater took 20 point on the afternoon to total 130 and fourth place.

The format sees two teams from each of the four South Shore clubs play a series of Saturday afternoon mini bonspiels. The tour visits each club once; Chester was the last stop. Rosters vary from one weekend to the next.

The teams play a four end game, take a break for socializing and lunch, then go back out on the ice for another four end game against a different team. Point totals are based on games and ends won, and points scored.

In Saturday's tilt, Chester was represented by Jim Mason and his team of Rose Clooney, Mary Raine and John Sheppard. The Chester Number Two team was skipped by Harold Britten. Renata Graham, Paul Green and Jan Moreside played with the Britten squad.

This was the first season for the event which was enthusiastically received in all clubs and is expected to return next year.

[Read previous stories on this event.]