The sixth season of blind curling in the South Cariboo got underway yesterday in 100 Mile House.
Despite the team’s success on the ice, the club is struggling with numbers says Vice Lori Fry
“We begin our season with our numbers being down. We are entering our sixth season of blind curling in 100 Mile House and over the last two seasons we’ve lost a total of five players – which really affects our ability to put a team together.”
The 100 Mile House Blind Curling team will be busy this season, competing both at January’s provincials in Kelowna and representing BC at National’s in Ottawa in February.