Duplisse rink sweeps bonspiel

The 29th Annual Men’s Masters Bonspiel was a rocking success once again, with 24 teams competing.

Winning style: Ben Bekker

The 29th Annual Men’s Masters Bonspiel was a rocking success once again, with 24 teams competing.

Leading the way was a perennial favourite Salmon Arm team. The Gord Duplisse rink took top honours with third, Dennis Robertson, second Cliff Davies and lead Ben Bekker.

In second place from Vernon was skip Jim Skrenek, third Gerry Sawchyn, second Barry Muramatsu and lead Hubert Houle.

The Tim Smith rink from Armstrong claimed third, with third John Campbell, second Dennis Heinrichs and lead Gord Walterhouse.

Also in the money were Wayne Merwin’s rink from Salmon Arm in fourth place, Wayne Saboe’s rink from Kamloops in fifth and Geordie Bishops’ rink from Salmon Arm in sixth.

Teams were allowed one player in the 50 to 54 age group and three in the 55-plus range.

 

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