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CookstownCash to Stream Games Online

Published on October 26, 2013 by in Uncategorized

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If you can’t make it to the CookstownCash don’t worry.

Select games will be streamed through the CurlingZone YouTube channel during the event.

here are the games for broadcast starting Friday November 1st.

 
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Ferris Looks to Defend Title at CookstownCash

Published on October 26, 2013 by in Uncategorized

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Pat Ferris looks on as Larmer and Fairful sweep a draw.

 

Pat Ferris will try to defend his title at the CookstownCash starting October 31st at the Cookstown Curling Club.

The competition will be tough.  Other contenders include Darryl Prebble (Toronto), local Cory Heggestad (Barrie), Peter Corner (Brampton), and Charley Thomas (Calgary).

All are welcome.  Admission is free.  The event will run from Thursday night to Sunday evening in Cookstown.

 
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CookstownCash adds Women’s Section

Published on July 28, 2013 by in Uncategorized

The CookstownCash adds Women’s field

The 2nd annual CookstownCash presented by COMCO Canada Inc. is proud to introduce a women’s section to the event.

12 women’s teams will compete for $6000 in prize money.  This is in addition to the already growing men’s side that will be held this November in Cookstown, Ontario.

“This is the next logical step for our event. To add a women’s side means quite a bit to the area and also to the club.”  Says co-chairman Dale Matchett.  “We wanted to add to the event after such a successful inaugural spiel last year.”

“We’re hoping that with a 12 team women’s event this year, we will be able to build on it in the future and eventually the thought is that we can host an even larger scale event next season.” Matchett adds.

Spots are still available for both sections.  Contact curl@cookstowncash.com to get more information.  The Women’s entry fee is $400 and the grand prize is expected to be $3000.

 
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