Busy slate for Retirees curling

The Trail Retirees were back on the ice this week with several games on tap at the Trail Curling Club.

The Trail Retirees were back on the ice this week with several games on tap at the Trail Curling Club.

In a game between team Kevin Oliver and Clare Coleman that saw the momentum shift back and forth, it was Oliver stealing singles in six and seven that allowed them to run the Coleman side out of rocks in the eighth. Make the final 7-4 Oliver.

Team Brett Rakuson came out of the gate strong taking a four nothing lead over team Alvin Caron. Team Caron clawed back with singles in four, five and six. After a strategic blank in seven, Caron stole two in eight for the 5-4 win.

With the game between team Ernie Brown and

Continued on A8

Serge Pasquali tied at two after three ends, Team Pasquali smashed it open with a steal of seven in the fourth. Team Brown managed singles in five and six, but shook hands after six.

Team Harvey Handley was down nine to four in the eighth end against team Primo Secco. With two Handley rocks in the four foot and skips rocks to come, a tie was possible. Primo drew his first rock into the four foot for second shot. Harvey had to tap Primo out and stick around, but his shot drifted wide. Make the final 9-5 for Secco.

In a tight, back and forth game between Forrest Drinnan and Murray Walsh, Walsh was ahead by one with hammer going into the eighth. Team Drinnan managed the steal of a single to tie the game at six.

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