Retiree Curling – Hall steals one for win

In Retirees Curling at the Trail Curling Club, Primo Secco team faced a troublesome Coke Koyanagi foursome in a tight game.

In Retirees Curling at the Trail Curling Club, Primo Secco team faced a troublesome Coke Koyanagi foursome in a tight game.

The big end came in the seventh, when Secco took out Koyanagi to sit three and ice the 6–4 final.

In a high scoring game with lots of rocks in play, the Harvey Handley foursome took on the Wayne Wyton rink.

Down by three in the eighth end without hammer the Wyton team clawed out a tie by stealing three, to make the final 9 – 9.

In a duel that saw both skips making great shot all game, it was Serge Pasquali that would score four multi-point ends to top the Forest Drinnan foursome, 9–5.

The Murray Walsh rink dominated a game against the Tom Hall rink, but a pick in the seventh end on Murray’s last rock, let the Hall foursome score four and tie the game.  After a hit and roll to the back of the four foot by Hall, a tough draw to the button came up just light to give the Hall side a 6 – 5 win.

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