The Provincial Masters Women’s Curling Championship concluded last Sunday at the Lennoxville Curling Club
Seven teams from across the province participated. They competed in a full round robin.
Odette Trudel and her rink from Trois Rivi res finished the round robin with five wins and one loss. Three teams tied at four wins and two losses: Celine Funk (Sherbrooke Curling Club), Danielle Lever ( Boucherville/ Laval) and Sylvye Turgeon (Glenmore/Longue Pointe)
In a tiebreaker game Saturday evening Funk defeated Lever by a score of 7-5. Sunday morning’s semi-final saw Funk defeat Turgeon 7-3.
In the final, Funk with 3rd icole erville, 2nd Louise Gaudreault and lead essey enner took on the Trois Riv res rink with Odette Trudel, twin sisters Donna and Debbie Gorman, and lead Loraine Levasseur.
At the mid-game break, the score was 4-3 for Trudel. Beginning the final end Funk’s rink trailed by two. When Trudel’s last rock came to rest, Funk was counting one with a measure required to see if a second rock was counting. The Sherbrooke rock was outside the rings by the smalles of margins. The Trois Rivi res foursome became the 2015 Champions. (Final score: Trudel 7 Funk 6)
Trudel and her team will head north to Whitehorse, ukon Territory for the ational Masters Championship March 30 to April 5.
The silver medalists were the local team of Celine Funk from Sherbrooke. Her team members are (from left to right) lead Jessey Venner, second Louise Gaudreault, third Nicole Verville and skip Celine Funk.
The bron e medalists were Sylvye Turgeon’s team from Glenmore/Longue Pointe. Her team members are (from left to right) lead Cathy Meaney, Carolyn McGarr, Lise Carson and skip Sylvye Turgeon.
The winning team was skipped by Odette Trudel from Trois-Rivi res (on the right). Her team members are (from left to right) lead Lorraine levasseur, Debra Ann Gorman, Donna Gorman and skip Odette Trudel.