Nelson Curling Club honours league winners

The club ended a successful league season on Saturday.

The mixed curling team of (L-R) lead Karen MacDonald

The final rocks have been swept for the Nelson Curling Club’s season.

Skip Nando Salviulo, along with his rink of second Harry Davidson, third Grand Davidson, lead Joe Duncan and fifth Bill Levey, captured the men’s league Saturday.

Marla Dreher, meanwhile, skipped her rink of third Deanna Cownden, second Gloria Beecham and lead Deanna Holitzki to the women’s league title.

The mixed league was won by skip Brent Pihowich, third Kathy Centrone, second Al May and lead Karen MacDonald.

The curling club’s season was highlighted by hosting the BC Men’s Provincial Curling Championship, which Vernon skip Jim Cotter won in February.

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