Masters curling bonspiel at Glen Meadows Feb. 10

Glen Meadows is hosting their annual Men’s Masters Bonspiel this week with a full slate of 32 teams.

The Glen Meadows curling club will be hosting their annual Men’s Masters Bonspiel next week

NORTH SAANICH — Glen Meadows is hosting their annual Men’s Masters Bonspiel next week with a full slate of 32 teams.

Matches run from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, Feb. 10 to 13. Fourteen teams are coming in from the Victoria, Esquimalt, Juan de Fuca and Duncan curling clubs.

“It’s nearly fifty-fifty,” said Barry Hodgkin, a Glen Meadows member. “There’ll be a good variety of teams. It’s a very popular event.”

Teams will all start in the ‘A’ event. Winning teams remain in the premiere event while losses move teams down into the B, C or D events, depending on number of defeats. The final championship games in all four events start early on Friday, Feb. 13.

The prize giving ceremony will take place that Friday at 3:30 p.m.

The public is encouraged and welcomed to attend and watch the games. Food and beverage facilities will be available.

For more information, visit glenmeadows.bc.ca/curling/.

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