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Tuesday Takeouts

Welcome to Tuesday Takeouts Mixed League

Look. If Covid showed us one thing, it’s that staying at home all the time sucks. Online community is not real community. It’s time to get out there again and live your life, have some fun, make new friends, and engage in some friendly competition.

Welcome to curling.

Curling is a great sport for beginners. It’s not like golf where you need to spend hours at the driving range to perfect your swing. It’s not like hockey where your equipment sets you back $$$ before you even step on the ice. At curling, you can show up and we’ll provide you with all the equipment you need, and no one will make fun of you if you fall flat on your face when you deliver your rock (well ok, maybe we’ll chuckle a little).

Tuesday Takeouts is a great league. We curl from September to March, and we have a wide variety of skill levels, from brand new beginners to players with years of experience. We find a balance between good competition and having fun. Don’t have a team? Perfect! We’re the only mixed league at Port Moody that doesn’t accept pre-set teams — all teams are set at the beginning of the season by our executive, to maintain a competitive balance and to allow everyone to mix and get to know other curlers. Tuesday Takeouts is great for single curlers or couples who want to meet new people.

Ok, so what if you’re an experienced curler? “Are you guys all just a bunch of hacks?” I hear you ask. Of course not! If you’ve got experience then ours is a great league to push your skills at skip or third. We’re a teaching league where our experienced curlers pass on their knowledge and expertise to our new players. Tuesday Takeouts is the place to learn and develop your strategic understanding of the game.

And hey, if you flashed all your takeouts and hogged your rock three times, come upstairs afterwards and drown your sorrows at our lounge. Let’s face it, the real reason we’re here is to socialize and have fun. We do a Mad Hatter competition at Halloween, a Turkey Shoot and Christmas potluck in December, and a legendary wrap-up party when the season is over, with lots of food, prizes, and more competitions.

2022-23 Season

We are full and ready to start our new season! First week of curling is on Tuesday September 20, at 7pm.

Current Results

Click here to see the updated results and standings!

Dates of Note

December 6, 2022: Turkey shoot — 6 ends of play and then throw two rocks to try and win a turkey

December 13, 2022: Christmas party — 6 ends of play followed by our annual festive party

December 20 & 27: Christmas break; no curling

January 3, 2023: First week back after Christmas break

March 7, 2023: Last week of curling

SPARES WELCOME

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

 

Draw Schedule

  1 2 3 4 5 6 Bye
20 Sep 2 vs 11 12 vs 4 3 vs 8 13 vs 5 6 vs 9 10 vs 7 1
27 Sep 13 vs 4 1 vs 12 10 vs 3 5 vs 9 11 vs 7 8 vs 2 6
4 Oct 3 vs 12 9 vs 2 13 vs 11 1 vs 10 8 vs 4 7 vs 6 5
11 Oct 8 vs 9 6 vs 11 7 vs 5 12 vs 2 13 vs 1 4 vs 10 3
18 Oct 1 vs 6 7 vs 3 4 vs 9 11 vs 8 10 vs 5 12 vs 13 2
25 Oct 10 vs 2 4 vs 5 8 vs 1 6 vs 13 9 vs 12 3 vs 11 7
1 Nov 12 vs 7 10 vs 8 2 vs 13 9 vs 3 4 vs 6 1 vs 5 11
8 Nov 6 vs 8 11 vs 9 5 vs 12 7 vs 1 3 vs 13 2 vs 4 10
15 Nov 5 vs 3 2 vs 7 6 vs 10 8 vs 12 1 vs 11 13 vs 9 4
22 Nov 5 vs 11 13 vs 10 12 vs 6 4 vs 7 2 vs 3 9 vs 1 8
29 Nov 4 vs 1 8 vs 13 9 vs 7 10 vs 11 5 vs 2 6 vs 3 12
6 Dec 7 vs 13 3 vs 1 11 vs 4 2 vs 6 12 vs 10 5 vs 8 9
13 Dec 9 vs 10 5 vs 6 1 vs 2 3 vs 4 7 vs 8 11 vs 12 13

 

Results / Standings

Results will be updated after the round is complete. For up-to-date results click here

Round 1 Results
# Team Name 50/50 20Sep 27Sep 4Oct 11Oct 18Oct 25Oct 1Nov 8Nov 15Nov 22Nov 29Nov 6Dec 13Dec Total
1 Andrew-Reed 8Nov                            
2 Bai 6Dec                            
3 Chalmers 25Oct                            
4 Chirico 22Nov                            
5 Clemmensen 27Sep                            
6 Girbav 15Nov                            
7 Goetz 20Sep                            
8 Hainsworth 11Oct                            
9 Jacobsen 4Oct                            
10 Longley 1Nov                            
11 Murray 13Dec                            
12 Renaud 29Nov                            
13 Volkov 18Oct                            
Round 1 Standings
  Team Record Points
1 ANDREW-REED    
2 BAI    
3 CHALMERS    
4 CHIRICO    
5 CLEMMENSEN    
6 GIRBAV    
7 GOETZ    
8 HAINSWORTH    
9 JACOBSEN    
10 LONGLEY    
11 MURRAY    
12 RENAUD    
13 VOLKOV    

Tiebreakers:

  1. Winning Percentage
  2. Wins
  3. Head-­to-­head (points scored in games between tied teams)
  4. Draw to the button

Round 2 Results
# Team Name 50/50 Round1 07Dec 14Dec 25Jan 01Feb 08Feb 15Feb 22Feb Total
Division One
1 Clemmensen 14 Dec 20 W L W W L L L 26
2 Jacobsen 4 Jan 15 L L L W W L W 21
3 Chirico 11 Jan 14 L L L L W T W 17
4 Bai 7 Dec 13 W W W L L W W 23
5 Goetz 18 Jan 13 W W L L W W L 21
6 Renaud 25 Jan 12 L W W W L L W 20
Division Two
7 Hainsworth 1 Feb 11 W W W W W W L 23
8 Murray 8 Feb 10 W W L W L W W 20
9 Chalmers 15 Feb 9 L L L L L L L 9
10 Girbav 22 Feb 6 L L W L W T W 12
11 Barrett 1 Mar 5 W L L L L L L 7
12 Andrew-Reed 8 Mar 4 L W W W W W L 14
Final Standings
Division One
  Team Record Points
1 CLEMMENSEN 13-5-0 26
2 BAI 11-6-1 23
3 HAINSWORTH 10-5-3 23
4 GOETZ 10-7-1 21
4 JACOBSEN 10-7-1 21
6 RENAUD 10-8-0 20
Division Two
  Team Record Points
7 MURRAY 10-8-0 20
8 CHIRICO 9-8-1 19
9 ANDREW-REED 7-11-0 14
10 GIRBAV 6-11-1 13
11 CHALMERS 4-13-1 9
12 BARRETT 3-14-1 7

Tiebreakers

  1. division
  2. winning percentage
  3. wins
  4. total points scored among tied teams
  5. most recent points scored among tied teams
  6. draw to the button

Aggregate Standings Playoffs
# Team Name Final Points 25 Feb 5 Mar Playoff Standings
Pool A
1 Clemmensen 26 W W 1
2 Bai 23 L L 4
3 Hainsworth 23 W L 2
4 Goetz 21 L W 3
Pool B
5 Jacobsen 21 L W 3
6 Renaud 20 W L 2
7 Murray 20 L L 4
8 Chirico 19 W W 1
Pool C
9 Andrew-Reed 14 L W 3
10 Girbav 13 L L 4
11 Chalmers 9 W L 2
12 Barrett 7 W W 1

Playoff games are regular play with the normal buzzer rule. If the game finishes tied, each team throws one rock (with sweepers): closest to the button wins.

Winners

 

Season Grand Aggregate Winner Playoffs (Team)
2021-2022 Kelly Clemmensen, Kristine Renaud, Mark Hubbard, Julianna Hunt

A-Team Clemmensen
B-Team Chirico
C-Team Barrett

2019-2020 Steve Renaud, Anne Stewart, Lindsay Graf, Anne Girbav

A-Team Chirico
B-Team Franchuk
C-Team Goetz

2018-2019 Gord Murray, Jonny Bai, Sophie Guan, Kim Barrett A-Team Fitzgerald
B-Team Andrew-Reed
C-Team Hall
2017-2018 Gord Murray, Rick Jacobsen, Bob Buchanan, Cindy Martin A-Team Wynes/Swaisland
B-Team Moret
C-Team Hall/Rempel
2016-2017 Jim Jamison, Anne Stewart, Linda Richkum-Chung, Bob Buchanan A-Team Jamison
B-Team Summers
C-Team Franchuk
2015-2016 Dave Halliwell, Mike Goetz, Patty Jamison, Stu Chambers A-Team Jamison
B-Team Ast
C-Team Murray
2014-2015 Brian Ast, Gary McNeil, Donna Low, Ruth Morrison A-Team Ast
B-Team Butorac
C-Team Wallace
2013-2014 Dave Halliwell, Michelle Berner, Jordan Hesse, Craig Hynes A-Team Ast
B-Team McGillivray
C-Team Murray
2012-2013 Team Clare Milaney A-Team Morris
B-Team H Milaney
C-Team Murray
2011-2012 Brian Ast, Julien Methot, Donna Low, Joe Callahan A-Clare Milaney
B-Mike Butorac
2010-2011 Team Brian Ast A-Len Bruce
B-Ken Paziuk
2009-2010 Team Brian Ast A-Ken Paziuk
B-Elden Morris
2008-2009 Team Derek Wilson A-Clare Milaney
B-Brian Ast
2005-2006 Team Clare Milaney A-Graeme Sandilands
B-Brian Harris
C-Gerry Swaisland
2004-2005 Team Clare Milaney A-Chip Hodal
B-Derek Wilson
C-Brian Ast

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