Nelson’s stalwart curler Fred Thomson was playing for cash on the weekend as the Nelson Curling Club hosted its annual cashspiel.

It was a sweeping success

The Nelson Curling Club hosted its annual cashspiel on the weekend.

The Nelson Curling Club hosted its annual cashspiel on the weekend.

Ladies, men and mixed teams from the Okanagan along with the East and West Kootenays competed for prizes in the three-day event.

The event attracted 16 teams and in the end it was the Perepolkin rink from Trail that took top spot, defeating Nelson’s Cutler rink in the final.

The Trail squad went undefeated in round robin play en route to the cash spiel title.

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