Myrden rink rocks South Island Club Challenge

Lake Cowichan Myrden rink rocked at the South Club Challenge in Nanaimo

Skip Diane Myrden

Skip Diane Myrden

The Lake Cowichan Myrden rink rocked at the  South Club Challenge in Nanaimo on the March 24 weekend, finishing in first place out of eight teams. Placing first gives the team a berth to the Pacific International Cup that will be held at the Richmond Curling Club from April 18 to 22.

They will play as the South Island team. Tricia Mayea, third, says they are most proud to be representing Cowichan Rocks and the Cowichan Lake area. The PIC will consist of 20 men’s teams and 16 women’s teams. In the women’s group there will be eight teams from BC and eight from the US.

Team Myrden has curled together for 7 years and Mayea says that they have incredible support from the Lake Cowichan Curling Club, Cowichan Rocks, and their community.