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Lethbridge rink wins Macleod men’s ‘spiel

Donovan Bellamy and Dan Simard sweep for Marcel Plourde's rink Sunday in the C event final.


Lead Chris Kadijk and second Phillip Luchka sweep Sunday afternoon for skip Bob Rolick in the A event final of the Fort Macleod Men's Bonspiel. Rolick's Lethbridge crew defeated Neil Barr of Fort Macleod.


Skip Harvey Bourassa calls instructions to sweepers Bob Moses and Don McLean on Sunday in the B event final.

Bob Rolick made it two in a row Sunday when he won the Fort Macleod Men’s Bonspiel.
The Lethbridge skip guided his crew to a 7-4 win over Fort Macleod’s Neil Barr to defend the title he won in 2010.
Twenty-eight rinks curled in the final bonspiel of the season at the Fort Macleod Curling Club.
Rolick’s rink included third Richard Brummond, second Philip Luchka and lead Chris Kadijk.
Curling with Barr were third Gary Larson, second Shane Doyle and lead Jim Monteith.
The B event final required an extra end for Brad Weitz of Lethbridge to edge Harvey Bourassa of Fort Macleod 7-6.
Bourassa was trailing by a point when he tied the game in the final end to force the extra end.
Curling with Weitz were third Kris Indzeoski, second Jamie Weitz and lead Tim Craddock.
Bourassa’s rink included third Lyle Toews, second Bob Moses and lead Don McLean.
In the C event final Ron Hawkins of Coaldale edge Marcel Plourde of Fort Macleod 7-5.
Hawkins’ rink included third Kyle Beauchamp, second Brent Nicole and lead Craig Hawkins.
Third Donovan Bellamy, second Dan Plourde and lead Dan Simard comprised the Plourde rink.

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