Ashcroft curlers (l-r) Dwight Hodder

Ashcroft Curling Club hosts Zones

Ashcroft Curling Club, home of the 2011 B.C Provincial champions, is hosting the 2015 Zones from Feb. 20-22.

The Ashcroft Curling Club’s Men’s Team of Dwight Hodder, Paul Quesnel, Chris Brezina and Gary Farr will be competing for the Zone Championship on Feb. 20-22 in Ashcroft. Winning the Zones will send the to Richmond to compete for the B.C. Provincial Championship.

This is the same team who won the B.C. Provincials in 2011.

The Curling Club is hoping to enter a Women’s team as well this time.

Please come and cheer on the local teams on Feb. 20-22 at the Ashcroft Curling Club, hosts of this year’s Zone Championships.

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