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Friday Senior Mixed

Friday Senior Mixed

PMCC’s One & Only 50ish Fun League!

All skill levels are welcome!

We are a Fun Social curling league which encourages fellowship and good sportsmanship. The Friday Afternoon Senior Mixed league is a recreational league open to all men and women and welcomes all skill levels.

This league has been running for many years and has two separate sessions. The first half of the year runs from September / October to Christmas then January to March for the second half. We encourage everyone to sign up for both sessions but if you have travel plans you can still sign up and curl the session that works for you. 

The teams are drawn up by an assigned Draw Master and every attempt is made to mix up the teams for the second 1/2 so that no one curls with the same individuals for the entire year.

Our league will begin curling October 6 2023 until December 15 2023 (this may be adjusted) and Starting again January 12th to March 8 2024.   

We play a round robin for each half with prize money is awarded for each session. And the winners of the 2nd 1/2 invited to play the Club championship in March 2024 

Curlers are encouraged to spend some time socializing after the game, refreshments are available!

Included in the fees there is a wind up lunch on our last day of curling in December and on our last curling day in March to end the season.

We are a fun, social league where all skill levels are welcome. The teams are drawn by the League executive and every attempt is made to mix up the teams for the Fall/Winter sessions.


League Representatives- Executive
League Representative Jack Barreto  604.250.8660 or email me
Vice League Representative Kim Barrett 604-931-8031
Treasurer Maureen Newell
Spares Coordinator Lora Finan 604-469-1269
Social Coordinator  OPEN  



We’re always on the lookout for spares to join our spares list. For more details, please refer to our MEMBERS page.

Draw Schedule

Winter Session 2024



Winter Teams

League Rules

League Rules
  1. A tie is a tie
  2. A team of regular players may arrange themselves however they wish for any particular game and must remain that way for that game
  3. A spare must play Lead or Second as determined by the team as a whole
  4. In the event of the Skip being absent the Third, or one of the other members of the team as agreed upon, will take his/her place
  5. In the event of a protracted absence by a Skip or Third no spare will play theses positions without the consent of the executive as a whole or a portion thereof as designated by the President
  6. No team may play with three spares; a default result
  7. A defaulted game results in a win for the nod-defaulting team, with 2 points for the win, 8 points for the ends and 8 points for the score
  8. A conceded game before 8 ends played gives to the non-conceding team 1 point for each end not played and 1 point scored for each of the conceded ends
Some Thoughts for Us All
Curling is a friendly team game played by rules and governed by etiquette. Rules are what you play by and etiquette is how you play. The code of etiquette primarily exists to prevent unfair distractions  to players and controversies over results.  The following are not intended to be all-inclusive on the subject but form a good start and a fine ground for lengthy and entertaining discussions (off the ice please).
  1. The only persons allowed behind the counting-house, when the opponent is shooting, are the Skip and/or the Third
  2. The Lead and Second must remain between the hog lines when the opponents are delivering a rock
  3. A curler behind the counting-house must stand still, with broom off the ice, when the opposition is preparing to, and is, delivering a rock
  4. A person waiting his turn to deliver a rock, and standing behind an opponent preparing to deliver, must refrain from talking to others or distracting the shooter in any other way
  5. Only the Thirds confer, and decide, on the results of any end
  6. Only the Thirds are involved in any measurement – the Skips go down the ice, the Leads and Seconds stay well back and out of the house
  7. To avoid the possibility of debris falling to the ice in front of a moving rock a broom should not be shaken over its’ passage or tapped in front of it’s passage