The 2014 BC Champions from Cowichan Lake are

Team Myrden rocks!

The Myrden rink played very well going 7-0 through the round robin, putting them in 1st place overall and gave them a bye to the final game.

They did it! Team Myrden is now Team BC.

The Myrden rink played very well going 7-0 through the round robin which put them in first place overall and gave them a bye to the final game.

The provincials tournament was held from Wednesday, April 16 to Sunday, April 20 at the Richmond Curling Club on the Mainland.

Team Myrden were tied up coming home with the hammer in the final and ended up scoring 3.

“We are very happy and proud to be representing B.C. and especially Cowichan Rocks when we go to Halifax, N.S. in November for the Canadian Championships.” commented Tricia Mayea in an email.

“Thank you all for the support you have shown our team over the years, we wouldn’t have made it this far without all of you.”

Cowichan Rocks now has a banner to hang out on the Cowichan Lake Cowichan Rocks ice after their names are added.

The team, led by namesake Diane, was worthy winners after completing a comprehensive whitewash of victories.



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