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  • The 55th Annual Gordie Perry Bonspiel

    April 23 - May 1, 2016
    Entry fee $320 per team.

    April 1st deadline for entries in both divisions. Entry here.
    Entries paid in full by March 17, 2016 will be entered into a draw for a free entry to the 55th Gordie Perry Bonspiel.

  • OCC Send Off for TEAM HANNA

    We are pleased to announce an Ottawa Curling Club send off for Team Hanna on Wednesday, February 10 at 7:00 pm. The ceremony should last about an hour.

    The squad leaves the following week for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Grande Prairie, Alta. (Feb 20-28)

    Everyone is invited! Please come by to show your support.  

  • Team Hanna 50/0

    Monday February 1, 2016 Ticket #883490 Claimed
    Tuesday February 2, 2016 Ticket #883694 Claimed
    Wednesday February 3, 2016 Ticket #848175
    Thursday February 4, 2016 Ticket #848671 Claimed
    Friday February 5, 2016 Ticket #848766 Claimed
    Saturday February 6, 2016 Ticket #883922
    Sunday February 7, 2016 Ticket #977771

  • EMMA MISKEW: CURLER OF THE YEAR OTTAWA SPORTS AWARDS

    Congrats to EMMA MISKEW for winning the Curler of the Year Award at the Ottawa Sports Awards!

    Emma is recognized as one of the top curlers in the world at her position. She plays third on the Rachel Homan team, the #1 ranked team in the world. This team has dominated women’s curling in 2015, winning 6 major events. Their win at the Canada Cup clinched a berth in the Olympic Trials to be held in Ottawa in 2017, the first women’s team to do so. Emma sets up the ends for Rachel and is key in deciding team strategy on how an end should be played. She is an original member of this powerful team

  • OTTAWA CURLING CLUB TEAM HOMAN RINK - FEMALE TEAM OF THE YEAR OTTAWA SPORTS AWARDS

    Congrats to TEAM HOMAN (RACHEL HOMAN, EMMA MISKEW, JOANNE COURTNEY, LISA WEAGLE) for winning Female Team of the year at the Ottawa Sports Awards for the fifth time in the past six years.

    Their tournament winning percentage against the planet’s best women’s teams on the World Curling Tour was even better during the 2015 portion of their 2015-2016 season.

    Earlier in 2015, Team Homan won a bronze medal at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts women’s curling nationals.

    The lineup of lead Lisa Weagle, second Joanne Courtney, third Emma Miskew and skip Rachel Homan tore up the circuit to start their current season, finishing as runners-up in Newfoundland to go alongside victories in Oakville, Stockholm, Calgary, Truro, N.S., Oshawa, Grand Prairie, Alta. and Yorkton, Sask.

    They won 3 of 4 Grand Slam titles to become the world’s #1-ranked team by an enormous merit points margin.

    Team Homan also won the Canada Cup of Curling against a national field to earn a guaranteed place in the Canadian Olympic Team Trials event to be held in Ottawa in December 2017.

© Ottawa Curling Club 2016