King Cash Spiel

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The King Cash Spiel is an annual cashspiel, or curling tournament, that takes place at the Golden Ears Winter Club[1] in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. The event has been on and off again as part of the World Curling Tour since 1994. The tournament is held in a round robin format.

Past champions[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Winning team Runner up team Purse (CDN)
1994[2] British Columbia Al Moore, Ross Graham, Peter VanLeeuwen, Kieron Hunt British Columbia Ed Dezura $22,000
2013[3] British Columbia Sean Geall, Ken Maskiewich, Sebastien Robillard, Kent Bird British Columbia Kevin MacKenzie, Grant Dezura (skip), Jamie Smith, Kevin Recksiedler $7,500
2014[4] British Columbia Neil Dangerfield, Denis Sutton, Darren Boden, Glen Allen British Columbia Sebastien Robillard, Tyler Klymchuk, Dylan Somerton, Chris Brezina $6,900
2017 (Jan.) British Columbia Dean Joanisse, Paul Cseke, Jay Wakefield, John Cullen United States Lyle Sieg, Tom Violette, Ken Trask, Steve Lundeen $3,000[5]
2017 (Sept.) British Columbia Sean Geall, Jeff Richard, Andrew Nerpin, David Harper British Columbia Dean Joanisse, Paul Cseke, Jay Wakefield, John Cullen $12,000
2018 British Columbia Tyler Tardi, Sterling Middleton, Matthew Hall, Alex Horvath British Columbia Josh Barry, Sebastien Robillard, Jay Wakefield, John Cullen $9,600
2019[6] British Columbia Sean Geall, Jared Kolomaya, Sebastien Robillard, Nicholas Meister British Columbia Jim Cotter, Steve Laycock, Andrew Nerpin, Rick Sawatsky $11,500

Women[edit]

Year Winning team Runner up team Purse (CDN)
2013[7] British Columbia Roberta Kuhn, Karla Thompson, Brooklyn Leitch, Michelle Ramsay British Columbia Kalia Van Osch, Marika Van Osch, Sarah Daniels, Ashley Sanderson $11,400
2014[8] British Columbia Corryn Brown, Erin Pincott, Samantha Fisher, Sydney Fraser British Columbia Kelly Scott, Shannon Aleksic, Karla Thompson, Sarah Pyke $9,600
2015[9] British Columbia Diane Gushulak, Grace MacInnes, Jessie Sanderson, Sandra Comadina British Columbia Sarah Wark, Simone Brosseau, Michelle Allen, Rachelle Kallechy $8,100
2017 (Jan.) British Columbia Karla Thompson, Kristen Recksiedler, Erin Pincott, Trysta Vandale Alberta Shannon Kleibrink, Lisa Eyamie, Sarah Wilkes, Alison Thiessen $8,000[10]
2017 (Sept.) British Columbia Sarah Wark, Kristen Pilote, Stephanie Prinse, Michelle Dunn British Columbia Kesa Van Osch, Marika Van Osch, Kalia Van Osch, Amy Gibson $8,000
2018 British Columbia Corryn Brown, Erin Pincott, Dezaray Hawes, Ashley Klymchuk British Columbia Diane Gushulak, Grace MacInnes, Jessie Sanderson, Ashley Sanderson $8,000
2019[11] British Columbia Kristen Ryan, Shannon Joanisse, Megan Daniels, Dawn Mesana British Columbia Sarah Daniels, Kayla MacMillan, Holly Horvat, Sarah Loken $7,000

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Cashspiel Calendar - Curl BC".
  2. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  3. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  4. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  5. ^ "King Cash Spiel". World Curling Tour.
  6. ^ "2019 King Cash Spiel". World Curling Tour. Retrieved September 16, 2019.
  7. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  8. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  9. ^ "World Curling Tour - Powered by CurlingZone". www.worldcurl.com.
  10. ^ "King Cash Spiel". World Curling Tour.
  11. ^ "2019 King Cash Spiel". World Curling Tour. Retrieved September 16, 2019.

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