2018 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
Congratulations on winning your regional championship! Now it’s off to Provincials!
The 2018 High School Curling Provincials will take place at:
Royal City Curling Club
75 E 6th Ave
New Westminster, BC
Manager: Mike Munsie
Organiser: Janet Dunkin firstname.lastname@example.org 604-679-7565 (cell)
Hotel rooms have been booked at the Ramada Inn, 631 Lougheed Hwy, Coquitlam
1 800 681 7991. They have a sport rate; mention you are with the curling provincials.
Wednesday Feb 28
arrival; check into hotel (if using) Please let me know if you will be needing transportation from airport or from hotel to club.
Team practices are as follows: 5-6 pm, 6-7 pm, 7-8 pm, 8-9 pm
Please let me know which practice slot you would like, first come first served. Four teams per hour slot.
Registration: 6-8 pm and team photos before or after your practice time.
Fee: $150 per team, $180 if you have a five-person team. Cheques payable to BC Schools Curling Association
Coaches and team meeting with head official: 9 pm
Games will be 8 ends (not timed) and follow Curling Canada rules. More detailed information will be provided by the head official at the meeting.
Thursday March 1
Draws as follows: 8 am, 1 pm, 4 pm, 7:30 pm
Opening ceremonies: 11:00 am
Friday March 2
Draws: 8:30 am, 1 pm, 4 pm, 7:30 pm
Saturday March 3
Draws: 8 am, 11:30 am
After the round robin, if there is a tie for first or second place, a tie-breaking game will take place. Any other ties will be settled by who beat whom, or by the draw to the button scores if there is a three-way tie.
The Curling Commission AGM will take place on Saturday at 2 pm in the lounge of the club; each region needs to be represented by someone (can be a coach, sponsor or parent). The meeting usually lasts about 45-60 minutes.
Teams will have the afternoon free until the banquet (unless there are tie-breakers).
Banquet: Saturday March 3 at 6:30 pm in the lounge at the club (upstairs). Nice clothing please (no jeans); consider it a “fancy occasion”!
Pins: it’s traditional to trade pins before the start of each game, so make sure you have a good supply of pins from your community!
Posters: teams are asked to create a poster about their team, school and/or community. It’s a great way to get to know your opponents and there will be a prize for best poster!
Tshirt orders: this information will be coming in a separate email, very shortly.
Meals: there is a good concession at Royal City and they serve meals! We are also working on having one lunch provided for athletes and coaches, probably on Friday; more information coming on this.
Go for a walk in Queen’s Park
Shop at New Westminster Quay (a few shops, on the water)
Go for a walk along the river at Westminster Pier Park
Learn about the history and workings of the Fraser River along the Quayside Esplanade and Boardwalk
Museums: Anvil Centre, Irving House, Fraser River Discovery Centre (interactive displays), New Westminster Museum and Archives, Samson V Maritime Museum (an old paddle-wheeler), Cap’s Bicycle Museum
Go for a swim at Canada Games Pool (across the parking lot from the curling rink)
See a movie (Landmark Cinemas 10)
Do some shopping in downtown New West, or at the River Market (Flea markets, street markets) (810 Quayside Dr.)
Play laser tag at Planet Lazer (100 Braid St.)
Good luck and good curling!
The BC High School Provincial Curling Championships rotate between regions every year. They are usually held in the first or second week in March. One team of boys and one team of girls from each region participate in the championships. All students must be from the same school or feeder school (see BC School Sports rules). Play is conducted using Canadian Curling Association rules.
The Championship is in form of a round robin; teams play seven games of eight ends each. There are no playoffs; however, in the event of a tie, there will be a tie-breaking game held to decide first or second place. To decide third and fourth, there will be a throw to the button by each player on the team, with total inches from button added up. This will take place after the last draw on Saturday, if necessary.
First and second place teams receive a trophy; third place teams will receive a "3rd place" patch. All players receive a "regional winner" patch. These are given out at the banquet, held on Saturday night. The prestigious Most Sportsmanlike award is also announced at this time. Each team votes for the team they felt was most sportsmanlike.
2016 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
1. Grand Forks Secondary
2. Smithers Secondary School
3. Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary, Surrey
4. Riverside Secondary School
5. Kwalikum Secondary, Qualicum Beach
6. Kelowna Secondary School
7. St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby
8. Elgin Park Secondary School
1. Selkirk Secondary, Kimberley
2. Salmon Arm Secondary
3. College Heights, Prince George
4. Centennial Secondary, Coquitlam
5. Ballenas Secondary, Parksville
6. Mount Elizabeth Secondary, Kitimat
7. Elgin Park Secondary, Surrey
8. St. Thomas More Collegiate, Burnaby
The 2016 Provincial Championships were held in Delta, BC
2018 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS
2. Elgin Park, Surrey
4. Centennial, Coquitlam
5. Grand Forks
6. Kwalikum, Qualicum Beach
7. Burnaby North
8. David Thompson, Vancouver
1. Earl Marriott, Surrey
2. Riverside, Port Coquitlam
4. Mt. Elizabeth, Kitimat
5. Ballenas, Parksville
6. Sir Winston Churchill, Vancouver
7. North Peace, Ft. St. John
8. Prince Charles, Creston
Most Sportsmanlike teams (as voted by their peers):
Girls: Sir Winston Churchill
To see photos on Flickr: email Janet Dunkin at email@example.com and she will send you the invitation so you can see all the photos!
SPORT PARTICIPATION DECLARATION:
Nov 30th 2015 (as per policy C2.1)
Dec14th 2015 (as per policy C2.2.1)
FINAL REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
Feb 1st 2016 (as per policy C2.3.2)
OFFICIALS, CLINICS & RULE BOOKS:
Ste 2001A-3713 Kensington Ave.
Burnaby, BC V54B 0A7
Toll Free in BC: 1-800-667-CURL (2875)
RULES OF PLAY: