What a weekend in Guelph at the Guelph Curling Club! Four new champions crowned, 19 All Stars recognized by their peers for outstanding achievement in the 2018-19 season that was and four teams celebrated for their performance as points champions over the course of last season.
Wrapping up the weekend, Sunday saw the Invitational’s four championship finals played with the following teams winning their respective age category and gender events. They included:
U21 Men – Team Sam Mooibroek (Skip – Sam Mooibroek, Vice – Nick Lemieux, Second – Matt Garner, Lead – Charlie Randell)
U21 Women – Team Rachel Steele (Skip – Rachel Steele, Vice – Katie Ford, Second – Michaela Robert, Lead – Rebecca Smith, 5th – Megan Ford)
U18 Men – Team Daniel Del Conte (Skip – Daniel Del Conte, Vice – Nykolas Moore, Second – Samuel Guilbeault, Lead – Vincent Barbon
U18 Women – Team Charlotte Johnston (Skip – Charlotte Johnston, Fourth – Julia Markle, Third – Scotia Maltman, Second – Larissa Musselman)
Congratulations to all of the teams, coaches and families as each team will have an exciting development opportunity ahead with the U21 Champions participating in the World Curling Tour Stu Sells Oakville Tankard this September and the U18 Champions participating in the Marc Kennedy Junior Classic in Alberta in March 2020.
As well, we recognize the runners-up, Teams Greg Inglis and Mackenzie Kiemele in the U21 events and Teams Jacob Jones and Paige Ballantyne for the U18 events.
As the curling year comes to a close, we thank again our event sponsors, all of the events on tour and their sponsors and club partners and all of the athletes, coaches and families who participated in the season and look forward to the season ahead starting Labour Day weekend…not far away. Enjoy these pictures from the event.