Retirees curl into second session

The Trail Retirees began their second session this week with all new teams picked from a hat.

The Trail Retirees began their second session this week with all new teams picked from a hat.

Team Ernie Brown lined up against team Brett Rakuson in a field goal frenzy.  Team Brown scored three in the first and third ends, while team Rakuson took three in the second and fourth end.  Team Brown hung on in the eighth to secure the win.

Team Clare Coleman faced team Harvey Handley in a one sided game.  Team Handley had a number of picks, with hairs on the ice, that led to Coleman stealing six ends.  In the ends it was team Coleman winning by a converted touchdown, 8-1.

Team Murray Walsh pulled out to a 5-1 lead over team Serge Pasquali after five ends.  Down but not out team Pasquali scored three in the sixth, and stole one in the seventh.  All tied coming home it came down to the last rock for team Walsh, but it was not to be  as Team Pasquali stole the win, 6-5.

A strong start for team Primo Secco was followed by a stronger couple of ends by team Dan Horan.  Up 5-2 after four ends team Horan matched points and traded ends with team Secco to take the game 8-5.

Team Jim Stewart’s lead, Renzo Francescato had perfect guard and draw weight all game against team Tom Hall.  Riding an early lead and running the Hall side out of rocks in the eighth for a 7-5 win.

Team Forest Drinnan played team Pat Fennel.  Both sides were having draw weight issues, but team Drinnan was in better position in the end, make the final 7- 2 after six ends.

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