Curlers off to PEI

Team BC 2010 – the women's team: Cory McLaughlin

A pair of teams from the Cloverdale Curling Club will be in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, later this month for the Dominion Curling Club Championship.

Advancing from the qualifier Pacific International Cup in April are the men’s team skipped by Stu Harris and a women’s group led by Cory McLaughlin.

Harris will be joined by teammates Dean Lunn, Todd O’Dell and Bob Crocker, while Danielle Callens, Crystal Murray and Corri Roberts round out the Cloverdale women’s group.

Men’s and women’s teams from each of Canada’s provinces and territories will be represented in the round robin competition, all vying for the honour of being named 2010 Canadian Curling Club Champions.

All teams qualified by winning the championship at their provincial or territorial playdowns.

Men’s and women’s club champs from all 10 provinces, three territories and Northern Ontario compete Nov. 23 to 28.

Profits will be redirected to the Canadian Paraplegic Association and developmental curling initiatives.

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