First major curling tournament won by Red Deer team


This year’s Oilmen’s Spiel of Stettler Curling Club was won by Formation Fluids of Red Deer in an eight-end game on Sunday, Nov. 14.

The winning team with skip Rob Armitage, third Al Radford, second Marv Trimble and lead Chance Radford defeated Geo Adams Trucking 7-5 in the final to claim the A event title .

In the B event of the tournament, the local Strad team with skip Ralph Kamlah, third Danny Brown, second Luke Mailer and lead John Ebeling won 7-3 against the Transcend Safety team in the final to be declared the B event champions.

Doug’s Tank Truck were beaten by TKS in the C event final in a game which the winning side, with skip Terry Annebel, third Steve McCrindle, second Rick Tizzaro and lead Glenn Kobi did not face any serious challenge, ending the game 7-1.

Stettler Curling Club’s next tournament, Yuletide Bonspiel is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 27.

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