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BC Junior Curling Tour

About

The third season of the BC Junior Curling Tour begins in 2017 and teams with the most points will have the opportunity to secure a coveted BC Junior Curling Championship berth.

The British Columbia Junior Curling Tour (BCJCT) was established by a Committee to create awareness about curling and increase the number of junior/juvenile (U21) teams competing in British Columbia. Our goal is to encourage teams to enter the varying BC Junior Tour Events across BC and help support our local curling clubs.

There are several competitive junior events that take place in the province and our goal is to increase that number. The BCJCT provides a unique development opportunity for all U21 athletes and also provides a training ground for our up-and-coming junior stars as they look to accomplish their goals and ultimately be Provincial, National or World Champions. It’s so important that teams compete against their peers to gauge where they are among their competition and what they need to improve on. Let’s not forget about the many new friendships that are/will be formed when curlers come together at the varying events. The BC Junior Curling Tour will create some fun and friendly rivalries as everyone will be able to check out the tour ranking after each event.

2017-18 tour dates

1) Parksville Junior Cashspiel: Sept 8-10, Contact: juniortour@curlbc.ca
2) Anita Cochrane Memorial Cashspiel: Royal City: Sept 22-24, Contact Steve Kopf – skopf90@gmail.com
3) Rick Cotter Memorial Cashspiel: Vernon: Oct 20-22, Contact – Chelan Cotter – chelanc@futuresbc.com
4) Kimberley Junior Cashspiel: Nov 3-5.
5) Esquimalt Optimists’ Junior Cashspiel: Esquimalt: Nov 11-13, Contact Murray Walker – murray.walker@shaw.ca

BCJCT points will be awarded at each event based on the BCJCT Ranking and Point system document below.  Provided teams have competed in a minimum  two tour events eligible for points, the top four teams of each gender will receive a direct berth into the provincial championships.

The Tour is open to U21, U18 and U16 teams and you have until September 30 to register.

Register for the 2017-18 BC Junior Curling Tour here.

For more information, download the Standards and Best Practices document for 2017-18.

For more information about how points are awarded, download the BCJCT Points System for the 2017-18 season.

Tour Coordinator

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Wenzek is our new tour coordinator. You can contact the Tour Coordinator and the 2017-18 BC Junior Tour Committee by emailing juniortour@curlbc.ca

2017-18 standings and calculations

Event points

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