Last year’s winning team was made up of T.J. Perepokin (skip)

Nelson cashspiel set

The field includes mens’ and women’s rinks from around the Kootenays and Okanagan, including several former BC champions.

Nelson will be hosting it’s annual curling cashspiel from November 21 to 23.

The event will see 16 teams compete for over $10,000 in prize money. Local businesses and merchants have been generous with donations and this spiel is becoming the premier event for SouthEastern BC.

The field includes mens’ and women’s rinks from around the Kootenays and Okanagan, including several former BC champions.

Games start Friday at 6 p.m.  with curling all day Saturday and Sunday.

The finals for all events are on Sunday at 2 p.m. The event is free to the public and people are encouraged to come down and watch some great local curling.

Details can be found at nando99.shawwebspace.ca.

Nelson will also be hosting the East-West Kootenay Men’s playdowns on December 5 to 7.  This event will qualify two teams for the provincial playdowns. The public is encouraged to come out and support their local teams.

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