2023 AMJ Mixed Championship starts in Penticton this week
Get ready, Penticton – the 2023 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship is coming your way this week. In all, 13 mixed teams will do battle in the Okanagan, in an all-out effort to win the coveted Curl BC mixed curling title.
Behind the scenes, this event was made possible by a talented and dedicated group of people headed up by club manager and head icemaker Chris Jones, Chief Umpire Betty Hunt and Deputy Chief Umpire Bruce Solomchuk, well as an army of volunteers.
The Mixed Championship has also been made possible through the generosity of named sponsor AMJ Campbell Moving and Storage Solutions.
The action starts this Tuesday, February 28th, and continues until Sunday, March 5th, with A, B, and C events across 10 draws, followed by playoffs and a championship game on Sunday.
Winners will advance to the Canadian Mixed Championship, which will take place November 5-11in Swift Current, SK.
Your 2023 Mixed teams are as follows:
Team Bartlett – Grand Forks/Victoria
Team Buchy – Kimberley
Team Craig – Victoria and Duncan
Team Cseke – Kelowna
Team de Jong – Victoria
Cameron de Jong
Team Feeney – Penticton
Stacy Vande Cappelle
Team Lang – Vancouver/Richmond
Team Pierce – Royal City/Winfield
Team Pohlod – Royal City/Tunnel Town
Team Robillard – Royal City/Abbotsford/Nelson
Team Tanaka – Richmond/Royal City
Team Tersmette – Kimberley/Cranbrook/Campbell River
Team Tolley – Penticton