Rob Armitage, Skip, along with his teammates Wilf Edgar, 3rd; Randy Ponich, 2nd and Kevin Pendergast, Lead, took home first place in the A division earlier this month. Photo by Stacey Tompkins Photography

Winners of the Sylvan Lake Curling Club’s 2020 Men’s Bonspiel

The Men’s Bonspiel was held Jan. 3-5

On Jan. 3-5, the Sylvan Lake Curling Club held its Men’s Bonspiel at the NexSource Centre.

The event was well attended with 19 teams participating over the course of three days.

The club called it a successful event with fun had by all.

The tournament was divided into three division: A, B and C.

Team Armitage took first place in the A division, Team Olson took the B division and Team Mackie came in first in the C Division.

The Curling Club will be hosting its Ladies Bonspiel this weekend.

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Barry Mackie (Skip), Mark Pillsworth (3rd), Joey Olson (2nd) and Scott Tompkins (Lead) battled it out for top spot in the C division of the Men’s Bonspiel recently. Photo by Stacey Tompkins Photography

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