Local curlers chase a B.C. title

Provincial champions to be determined at senior championships in Richmond

Two curlers from Surrey will lead teams into the Tim Horton’s B.C. Senior Men’s Curling Championships Feb. 15-21 in Richmond.

Team Harris out of the Cloverdale Curling Club includes a pair of Surrey residents – skip Stu Harris and third Dean Lunn. Ernie Daniels of Delta plays second.

Craig Lepine of Surrey will skip a team out of the Langley Curling club, a group that also includes lead Mike Pelech of Surrey. Lepine was the B.C. men’s champion in 1990.

Another surrey curler, Mike Weir, will play third for the Al Roemer team out of the Delta Thistle Curling Club in Tsawasswen.

The women’s senior provincial championship will also take place in Richmond, and will include Janet Harris, who will play lead for the Lynn Noble team from Qualicum.

The winners of the eight-team men’s and women’s championship will advance to the Canadian Senior Curling Championship in Digby, Nova Scotia.

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