Lesley Millington (left) and Jan Addison put a little steam on the rock during the B event of the Victoria Ladies Interclub Bonspiel at Glen Meadows Curling Club in North Saanich.

Local ladies win B event in extra end

Glen Meadows foursome top local rink in citywide bonspiel

Connie Moffat didn’t even need her last rock to win, but did require an extra end.

The local ladies rink of Moffat, Jan Addison, Lesley Milligan and Julie Little won the B event during the Victoria Ladies Interclub bonspiel at Glen Meadows Curling Club last week.

Tied after eight ends, a ninth was needed to decide the game. The Glen Meadows foursome to tucked three rocks in the house and their Esquimalt foes were unable to remove them or get in for shot rock. Moffat didn’t need her last rock, with only one point necessary to win the game.

The Sue Ovans rink of Victoria Curling Club snagged the A event, the Nina Olson foursome, also of Victoria, took the C event and the Evelyn Devries crew from Esquimalt  won the D.


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