Hamilton Little Rocks come up big

Almost 100 Little Rock curlers representing 11 area clubs competed in the Hamilton and Area Curling Association’s 13th Annual Harry Clark Memorial Little Rock Bonspiel on the weekend (April 9-10).

(Photo: Burlington Golf and Country Club)

(Photo: Burlington Golf and Country Club)

This round-robin competition for curlers aged 7 to 12 was held at the Dundas Granite and the Burlington Golf and Country, Glanford, Hamilton Victoria, Burlington Curling, and Grimsby curling clubs.

First event honours went to the P. Schneider rink from the Chinguacousy Curling Club after a win over G. Bulmer from Hamilton Victoria. The two rinks went through the round-robin with 4-0 records to reach the final.

In the second event, the Burlington Curling Club’s R. McGugan and his rink defeated the Grimsby Curling Club’s M. Murray. Third event spoils went to J. Taylor of Burlington Golf and Country when they defeated cross-town Burlington Curling’s O. St. James-Kush.

Taking the fourth event was C. Pond of Dundas Granite who defeated A. Houston of Grimsby.

Area clubs competing included Burlington GCC, Burlington Curling, Brant Curling, Chinguacousy Curling, Dundas Granite, Glanford Curling, Grimsby Curling, Hamilton Victoria Curling, Oakville Curling, Paris Curling and St. Catharines Curling.

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