ReMax Super League Curling returns this week.

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The 2021/22 ReMaxSuper League curling is set to go at the ReMax Center in St John’s on Tuesday, Oct 12 at 6:00pm with 14 teams this year. Games will be played Tuesdays with extra games the following Sunday.

The Super League exists to allow the St. John’s Curling Club (SJCC) elite teams the opportunity to play against the best and better prepare them to compete in Provincial and National play downs.

The roster for this year is as follows.

Sponsor Skip  Third Second Lead
Hey Orca Alex Smith Stephen Tricket Zach Young Mike Mosher
Team Crosbie Andrew Symonds Colin Thomas Chris Ford Keith Jewer
Newfoundland Styro Greg Smith Greg Blyde Carter Small Alex McDonah
Ryan McNeil Lambswood Daniel Bruce Nathan King Aaron Feltham
MacKenzie Mitchell Katie Follett Sarah Chaytor Kate Peterson
Mark Noseworthy Steve Bragg Randy Turpin Steve Rutledge
Orthodontic Associates Nathan Young Sam Follett Nathan Locke Ben Stringer
McInnes-Cooper Trent Skanes Cory Schuh Adam Boland Spencer Wicks
Sarah Hill Kellie Sharpe Beth Hamilton Adrian Mercer
Marco Erica Curtis Mackenzie Glynn Julie Hynes Camille Burt
Ken Peddigrew Dave Noftall Andrew Manual Craig Dowden
TD Bank Sean O’Leary Andrew Trickett Dylan Hancock Jake Young
Alto Max Heather Strong Laura Strong Jess Wiseman Brooke Godsland
Glenn Goss Mike Adam Ross Young Gary Tiller

Last years winner and runners-up were

Team Symonds – Winner
Team Skanes – Runner up
Team Thomas (now Team A. Smith) – 3rd
Team McNeil-Lamswood – 4th

Download the tentative Schedule
Superleague Draw 2021_2022 – Revised

PHOTO: Newfoundland and Labrador skip Andrew Symonds calls to his sweepers during semifinal action at the Travelers Curling Club Championship in Ottawa (Curling Canada/Claudette Bockstael Photo)

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