Masters Curling: Lonsbery claims super league

Foursome emerges as overall winners for the Cloverdale Masters Super League's 2015-2016 season

Organizers Russ Anderson and Ernie Wah contemplate a shot.

The Cloverdale Masters Super League finished its 2015/16 season with the Lonsbery (Coast & Country Diner/Caterers)  foursome as overall season winners.

The team was skipped by Bruce Lonsbery, with Jack Finnbogason, Bob Byrne and Kiyo Hamade.

For the pre-Christmas season, the Joe Deptuck rink (Maximum Collision) came second and post-Christmas it was the Karen Lepine rink (Gary’s Automotive).

The league is for all curlers over 60 playing at a competitive level.

This year, curlers from Langely, Peace Arch (White Rock), Delta, Coquitlam and Cloverdale participated in the 20-game schedule.

The organizers, Ross Anderson and Ernie Wah, and the players appreciate the assistance of the Canada Western Bank, Berezan Hospitality and the 12 team sponsors.

– Earl Hansford

 

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