Congratulations to Cary Lucier, the 2018 WLBC singles league champion. Following the finals, the final rankings were: Cary Lucier Terry Fergusson Mark Lucier Don Caswell Thank you to all the competitors, and we look forward to another successful season in 2019.
Despite Mother Nature's best efforts, the Singles League semi-finals are complete and the finals are set. Terry Fergusson will take on Cary Lucier for gold while Mark Lucier will play Don Caswell for bronze. Finals will be played on Tuesday (9 Oct) at 5 pm.
Thanks you too our sponsor (and long-time member) Martin Henly for supporting our last tournament of the season. Congratulations AnnaMay and Cary for winning on a chilly autumn day. 1. Cary Lucier, AnnaMay Shpuniarsky 2. Terry Fergusson, Marylou Demers 3. Dave Austen, Louise Vitale 4. Ted Merritt, Debbie Clark 5. Robert Garrod, Jeannette Quenneville 6. Alfie & Morag Fairweather
Thank you to our sponsor Tom O'Brien Realty for helping us put on a great event. The beneficiary of this year's tournament was the Italian Canadian HandiCapable Association. The ICHA offers sports programs in the Windsor-Essex area for individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities.
Big thanks to our new sponsor Connect Hearing for helping us put on a great tournament. We have been adopting a new format for club tournaments this year. Rather than teams being drawn to play three games together, the teams are re-drawn every round so players get to play with more people. The winners are the best finishers in each position (skip, vice, and lead).
Congratulations to this year's winners for our Labour Day tournament sponsored by Cramdon's Tap and Eatery. Audrey Ney & Rae Ney Alfie Fairweather & Morag Fairweather Gloria Fantin & John Fantin Dave Austen & Marylou Demers Louise Vitale & Ted Merritt Dave Rigley & Jackie Rigley Denise Marchand & Mark Lucier Best Effort - Iain Clemerson & Phyllis Leopold