Congratulations and Good Luck at the Nationals!

Congratulations to Team Neighbour for winning the BC Wheelchair Chair Championship 2014. Good luck at the Nationals in Montreal.

Team BC 2014

Pictured from left to right are Darryl Neighbour, Frank Labounty, coach Karen Watson, Vince Miele and lead Alison Duddy. (not in the picture is our alternate Gary Cormack)


Congratulations and Thank You!

Congratulations and a huge thank you to all who participated in the Marpole Ladies Open Bonspiel that happened on Jan 23rd-26th, 2014. It was a full event with 32 teams including ladies from Seattle and Korea. All teams attended were very appreciated. The committee really worked hard all year long promoting the event wherever they went, wrangling prizes whenever they could and volunteering however they were needed. Cheer and competition overflowed with a lot of fun and great ice.   A quick mention that there are 2 unclaimed raffle baskets: Ticket # 40509 and #41567 so check your numbers if you have tickets!

And the winners were….

Winner of A from Marpole:

Team Roald; Kenna Roald, Miki Endo, Tammy Cameron, Lisa Yesowick

A winner Roald


Winner of B from Marpole:

Team Carefoot; Sonia Fones, Pat Upper, Kathy Kerr and Sharon Carefoot

B winner Carefoot


Winner of C from Tunnel Town:

Team Boyko; Gina Maksym, Barb Irwin, Tannis Boyko and Marci Henry

C winner Boyko




Marpole Mens Masters Bonspiel

Marpole’s Dan Magnuson Masters bonspiel was held Jan 13th – 15th, 2014.
24 teams from clubs such as Gibson, Tunnel Town, NSWC and Coquitlam participated.
Three teams, led by Bill McNeil, John Anderson and Gary Cormack represented Marpole.
The bonspiel was a great success with four draws each of the first two days and two on Wednesday.
Many compliments were heard regarding the high quality and speed of the ice and the competition. As always everyone said how much they enjoyed competing at Marpole. For many, it is their favourite venue.
The bonspiel was won by the Coquitlam Curling Club team led by Dale Gregory.
Below photo: Paul Froese, lead; Gerry Freeman; second and Dale Gregory, skip. Missing was their third, Don Johnson. Spare Gary Sutcliffe.
The Gary Cormack led all Marpole teams with a 3-2 record, good for a sixth place finish.
Above Garry Sutcliffe, second;Vince Miel, lead; Gary Cormack, skip and Darryl Neighbour, third.