Sport notes

A mixed doubles tournament was held at the Cedar Heights Community Association courts on Sept. 12 with 32 participants

A mixed doubles tournament was held at the Cedar Heights Community Association courts on Sept. 12 with 32 participants from clubs throughout the Shuswap.

The tournament was done in a round-robin format and the courts were kept very busy with competitive play, many spectators and lots of dedicated volunteers.

Results were as follows:

2.5/3.0

1st  Brian Hyndman and Shelley Wallace

2nd Brian Burgess and Cheryl Wallace

3rd  Dave Barrie and Brenda Shabbits

3.5+

1st  Lorne Bjornson and Margaret Hendriks

2nd  Keith and Linda Brown

3rd  Rod and Carol Dand

Curling

Blind Bay mixed curling league starts the 10th season on Monday, Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. at the Salmon Arm Curling Centre. Anyone interested in joining is asked to call Eleanor at 250-675-5127 or send her an email at eapay@telus.net.

 

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