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Stevens rink to National firefighters

Chad Steven's Chester Firefighters team:  John Congdon, Mike Grist, Dave Richardson,  Dennis Stevens and Chad.

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Director John Congdon at left and the rest of the Chester Fire Department team: Mike, Dave, Dennis and Chad.

Chad Stevens' firefighting foursome is at the Canadian Fire Fighters Curling Championship, representing Chester and Nova Scotia. The event is being held at the Fort Rouge Curling Club in Winnipeg.

Curling under the Chester fire Department banner are lead Mike Grist, second Dave Richardson, mate Dennis Stevens and skip Chad Stevens.

Organizers are posting scores here.


Two Chester teams to top under 18 bonspeil

Adam Cock team heading to the Optimist

Adam Cocks Team

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Cassie Cocks Optimist team

Cassie Cocks Team

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The ice may be out of the Chester Curling Club for the season but at least two junior teams play on in the land of the setting sun.

Adam Cocks' junior men's team and Cassie Cocks' junior women's team will be in Surrey and Langley, British Columbia at the Optimist Under 18 International Curling Championships. Play starts Thursday, April 3 and runs through the weekend.

Adam plays with Brett Dorey, Jacob Rowsell and Spencer Demone and is coached by Roger Rowsell. Cassie's team consists of Cassie, Megan Brown, Rachel Crouse and Taylour Stevens. Randy Cocks is the coach.

The Optimist is considered the premier bonspiel for the Under 18 age group. It features teams from across Canada, as well as the United States and Japan.

There is a complete website including line ups, schedules and results, here.

There is also a Facebook page at www.facebook.com/u18curling and a twitter feed.