PEI Tankard -- A Event

Jan 9 - 13, 2019
A Event |
Times shown as Default (ET)
Steven van Ouwerkerk
John Likely
3
Wed 8:00pm
Loser to 8
Winner also to 15
SCORES
  [13]
John Likely
2
Wed 2:00pm
Loser to 6
SCORES
  [2]
John Likely
Darren Higgins
4
Thu 9:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [19]
John Likely
Tyler Smith
A Qualifier
Eddie MacKenzie
3
Wed 8:00pm
Loser to 6
Winner also to 16
SCORES
  [14]
Jamie Newson
2
Wed 2:00pm
Loser to 8
SCORES
  [4]
Jamie Newson
Jamie Newson
John Likely
Tyler Smith
6
Thu 6:00pm
Loser to 12
Winner also to 17
SCORES
  [15]
Tyler Smith
4
Thu 9:00am
Loser to 10
SCORES
  [6]
Tyler Smith
Darren Higgins
8
Fri 1:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [20]
Eddie MacKenzie
Jamie Newson
B Qualifier
Steven van Ouwerkerk
6
Thu 6:00pm
Loser to 10
Winner also to 18
SCORES
  [16]
Eddie MacKenzie
4
Thu 9:00am
Loser to 12
SCORES
  [8]
Eddie MacKenzie
Eddie MacKenzie
Tyler Smith
Jamie Newson
10
Sat 8:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [17]
Darren Higgins
8
Fri 1:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [10]
Darren Higgins
Darren Higgins
12
Sat 6:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [21]
John Likely
Eddie MacKenzie
C Qualifier
John Likely
10
Sat 8:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [18]
John Likely
8
Fri 1:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [12]
John Likely
Steven van Ouwerkerk

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(Photo: WCF / Peter Harsanyi) The length of curling games and the potential impact of shortening games - predominantly by reducing the number of ends from ten to eight - will be a vital topic of discussion at the upcoming World Curling Congress and Annual General Assembly in held September 4-6 in Cancun, Mexico.

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