By Staff Writer - Nanaimo News Bulletin
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Updated: March 08, 2012 9:53 AM
Corrine Jensen sends a rock down the ice as opponent Paul Greenwood watches the shot Sunday afternoon at the Nanaimo Curling Centre’s Stix and Stones bonspiel. Club members Jensen and Ellis Tull are part of Darryl Neighbour’s B.C. championship team that will compete at nationals later this month at Thunder Bay, Ont.
In other wheelchair curling news, the Nanaimo Curling Centre will host Curl B.C.’s wheelchair provincial championships in January 2013.
ICE CHIPS … The region’s most competitive curling league will determine a champion tonight (March 8). The Nanaimo Curling Centre’s Christensen Collision Cash League concludes with an 8:30 p.m. draw. The Mack Truck team (10-5) leads the standings with $545, followed by Team Williams (9-6) with $540 and EDI (10-5) with $520. The league features such high-profile skips as Kesa Van Osch and Penny Shantz