ELENA RARDON PHOTO Port Alberni’s Stefanie Weber releases a shot during the Port Alberni annual Tim Hortons Ladies Bonspiel on Sunday, Nov. 19. Weber’s team was a consolation event winner.

Alberni Valley Curling Club hosts Ladies Bonspiel

Tournament drew 18 teams from in town and across Vancouver Island

The Alberni Valley Curling Club hosted the 2017 Tim Horton Ladies Bonspiel from Friday, Nov. 17 to Sunday, Nov. 19.

The tournament drew 18 teams from in town and across the island to a “Disney on Ice” themed bonspiel.

The finals took place on Sunday. Winning the “A” Event was the Jonsson Team from the Campbell River Curling Club, with the Aikman Team from the Qualicum and District Curling Club taking the runners up spot.

The “B” Event was won by the Smith Team from Victoria Curling, with Port Alberni’s Pombert Team taking the runners up spot.

Consolation Events were won by the Weber Team from Port Alberni and the Baker Team from Courtenay.

The AV Curling Club’s next event will be the Clint Wilson Jitney Bonspiel on Saturday, Jan. 20.

elena.rardon@albernivalleynews.com

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ELENA RARDON PHOTO Port Alberni’s Marlene Johnstone prepares to release a shot during the Port Alberni annual Tim Hortons Ladies Bonspiel on Sunday, Nov. 19. Johnstone’s team was the runner up in the “B” event.

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