Rival curlers fail to heed fair warning from Dangerfield

The Neil Dangerfield rink of Lake Cowichan and Victoria grabbed the largest chunk of the available prize money in the 13th Annual Lake Cowichan Home Centre skins curling competition in Lake Cowichan earlier this month.

The Neil Dangerfield rink of Lake Cowichan and Victoria grabbed the largest chunk of the available prize money in the 13th Annual Lake Cowichan Home Centre skins curling competition in Lake Cowichan earlier this month.

Dangerfield won $455, Chris Baier of Victoria earned $310, Josh Hozak of Victoria received $305, defending champion Jason Montgomery of Duncan and Wes Craig of Kerry Park each collected $255, and Sarah Wark’s Duncan ladies netted $190.

More than $1,800 in cash and prizes was dispersed.

Despite only having six teams, “it still worked out well,’’ said organizer Craig.

“Quite a few teams are heading to Cloverdale this weekend,’’ he added.