Month: November 2017

First U18 Major This Weekend

The first U18 major of the season goes this weekend at the Weston Golf and Country Club. The Stu Sells U18 Tankard resumes the OJCT’s U18 season and provides some big points for teams looking to boost their ranking. 18 boys teams and 10 girls teams will battle to claim the season’s first major. Event scores will be available on the OJCT site, and full event information can be found on the Stu Sells Junior Tankard website....

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Rankings updated through OCA Provincial Qualifiers

The OJCT weekly top ten, U21 and U18 rankings have been updated through the conclusion of the CurlOn U21 Qualifiers and Challenge Round.  NOCA Provincial Qualifiers only remain before declaring our 2017-18 U21 season champions! After the completion of the OCA U21 playdowns, all eight of the U21 men’s Provincial Finalists are in the OJCT U21 top ten ranked teams while for the women, five of eight women’s teams are in the top ten rankings. An exciting U21 season is soon coming to a close and we will embark on a new season with the 2018 CurlOn and NOCA...

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U21 Provincial Field Set

St. Catherines Golf and Country Club played host to the U21 challenge round this weekend, with the final 4 spots at U21 provincials up for grabs. On the men’s side, the 5 team field was topped by team Leung, who won the A-side 9-7 over team Bowden. Team Fayaz lost their first game, but rebounded with 2 straight victories to capture the B-side, winning the last game 9-5 over Bowden. The women’s side featured 6 teams, with team Kiemele coming out on top. Kiemele completed an undefeated weekend with a 7-3 victory in the A-final over team Auld. The B-final saw Auld rebound with a 8-3 win over team Sutherland. With the challenge run complete, the field of 16 is set for U21 provincials, which runs December 27-30 at the Annandale Golf and Curling Club. The complete U21 provincial field features: Women’s teams: Wallingford, Little, Steele, Murphy, Warriner, Rozon,  Kiemele, Auld Men’s teams: Hall, Hahn, Richard, Willsey, Steep, Marshall, Leung,...

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OCA U21 Challenge Rounds set

The men’s and women’s fields have been set for the U21 Provincial Challenge Round at the St.Catharines Golf and Country Club. In the women’s event, three top ten ranked teams, Jewer (4), Kiemele (6) and Sutherland (7), join three other teams competing for the last two spots available in the women’s draw. For the men’s event, five teams will compete featuring top ranked teams, Fayaz (6), Leung (9) and Twining (11). The competition starts Saturday at 9:00AM and promises to be intense for the last two spots available at the U21 Provincials at Annandale. This event is also the last event on U21 2017-18 calendar for points accumulation.  Points and ranking charts can be found here. 2017-18 Strength of Field Calculations – OCA U21 Challenge Round – Women 2017-18 Strength of Field Calculations – OCA U21 Challenge Round – Men Final 2017-18 season results will be posted after the NOCA U21 qualification process is complete in early...

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U21 Provincial Field Takes Shape

U21 provincial qualifiers took place at three sites across southern Ontario this weekend, with 12 teams punching their ticket to provincials. The “A” qualifier took place in Brockville, where teams Hall and Wallingford were A-side winners. Joining them at provincials are teams Hahn and Little who emerged from the B-side. Fenelon Falls hosted the “B” qualifier, where teams Richard and Steele were A-side winners. Advancing via the B-side were teams Willsey and Murphy. Welland curling club played host to the “C” qualifier, where teams Steep and Warriner claimed the A-side births. Rounding out the provincial field are teams Marshall and Rozon, both winning the B-sides. With 4 U21 Provincial births remaining, the challenge rounds next weekend should feature some great action. Best of luck to all teams entering challenge round, and congratulations to the 12 teams who were qualifier...

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