Amy Sawyer of Port Alberni’s Twanow Team delivers a rock during the Ladies Bonspiel at the Alberni Valley Curling Club on Saturday

Nanaimo rink wins A event at women’s annual bonspiel

Nanaimo defeated Courtenay/Campbell River to win the Tim Hortons A Event at the annual ladies’ bonspiel at the Alberni Valley Curling Club.

The Diane Foster rink from Nanaimo defeated Lonnie Schoop from Courtenay/ Campbell River to win the Tim Hortons A Event at the annual ladies’ bonspiel, Sunday at the Alberni Valley Curling Club.

Foster scored three in the seventh end to go ahead 8–2 and Schoop shook hands.

A pair of Port Alberni rinks faced off in the MacDermott’s Insurance B event, with Lorraine Jeffries beating Sherry Harrison 6-5.

In the Epicure Selections C event, Hazel Watson from Qualicum Beach defeated Stefanie Weber from Port Alberni 8-4 in eight ends.

The next bonspiel is the Daytime Christmas Bonspiel, Dec. 17–18. The club will host the BC Senior championships in February.

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