Oliver rink sweeps to victory in ladies bonspiel

Diane Tetreault’s Oliver rink won the Ladies Open Bonspiel hosted by the Penticton Curling Club over the weekend.

Michelle Pratt of Penticton watches her rock in C division play against the combined Summerland-Penticton rink skipped by Jodie Brennan on the final day of the Ladies Open Bonspiel at the Penticton Curling Club.

Diane Tetreault’s Oliver rink won the Ladies Open Bonspiel hosted by the Penticton Curling Club over the weekend.

Tetreault, with Aline Campbell, Darlene Chapman and lead Cathy Thompson, defeated Lise Dixon’s rink of Penticton.

Tetreault’s rink was among nine visiting teams to participate in the 21-team bonspiel. Penticton Curling Club manager Gary Stene was very pleased how the weekend went.

“The competition was good,” he said. “Everybody curled well, the ice was good.”

Winning the B event was Sharon Verrier’s Penticton rink with Karen Spencer, Kim Desimone and Krystie Johnston. The winner of the C event was Dawn Everest’s rink from Oliver/Penticton.

Wine was the theme for the weekend with various wineries supporting the bonspiel with some bottles for prizes.

Summerland Men’s bonspiel is coming up this weekend, Nov. 25 to 27.

 

 

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