SaskPower Women's Northern Curling Championship
|FTLComm - Tisdale - january 17, 2001|
|All is ready
for the SaskPower Women's Northern Curling Championship as sixteen teams of curlers
fom the province's North meeting here in Tisdale tomorrow. The teams will begin arriving
tomorrow from 10:00 until 1:00 when they will register and they have ice time from
11:30 until 1:30 to do some practicing and get used to the great surroundings here
in the Tisdale RecPlex.
The curling area has undergone some rennovations this fall including the removal of the ice dividers. Plans had originally been to install PVC separators but it looks as though that idea has been revised and the ice surface and the whole facility is looking and playing its best.
The first draw begins at 3:00 with Patty Rocheleau of Saskatoon against Tisdale' Anita Cowlishaw, Jacqueline Swiderski from Lakeland takes on Myrna Nielson from Yorkton, Heather MacMillan from Saskatoon meets Cheryl Cey from Unity, and Sherry Anderson from Delisle plays Barbara Griffin from Strasbourg.
The signs are ready for the opening ceramony at seven. If you would like to be behind the glass viewing what promises to be an amazing curling event tickets are $25 for the event, $10 for a day or $5 for an evening draw. The "A" final is scheduled for Saturday night at 8:00 with the "B" final Sunday morning at 9:30 and the "C" final at 2:00 Sunday. From these sixteen teams four will come out on top and will be off to Estevan for the provincial championships.