(by-line Julie Morley - Regional Director - Valley)¬† Sorry, at my young age I forgot I didn't tell you the winners of the masters.¬† The Greenwood and Middleton clubs were awesome hosts and I can't wait to hear the events they would like to host next year. WAY TO GO! Both competitors and spectators were extremely pleased with their visits.¬† The games were very well curled and winners unknown until the last rock was delivered. My only hope is that next year more competitors will enter these events.¬†¬†Both the winners and runner-up teams will be invited to the Maritime Masters to be played in Moncton, at the Beaver curling club, Feb. 14th to 17th.¬† The winners¬† will attend the Canadian Masters championship at Thistle St. Andrews in St. John March 28th - April 4th.¬†
The Ladies Masters runner-up team was the NSCA Judy Burgess team with Helen Brightman, Pat Macleod and Marilyn Schnare.¬† The champions were the Mayflower Sue Anne Bartlett team with Sharon Clarke, Marjorie MacKay, Brenda Nearing and Mary Barton.¬† The Men's Masters runner- up¬† was the Bluenose Haylett Clarke rink with John Marshall, Vic Belliveau, and John McNaughton.¬† The Men's Masters champions were the NSCA Reid Romkey rink with Alan Marshall, Peter Smith and Bruce Tymchuck.¬† Well done everyone!
Team Bartlett (RtoL:¬† Sue Anne Bartlett team with Sharon Clarke, Marjorie MacKay, Brenda Nearing and Mary Barton)
Team Romkey (RtoL:¬† Reid Romkey, Alan Marshall, Peter Smith and Bruce Tymchuck)