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Closing Tournament at the Curling Club

END OF SEASON. The Magog Curling Club hosted 25 quartets (a record), including three youth teams (the first) during their closing tournament last weekend.

The class A final was won by the quartet of Mélissa Bower, Marc Lepage, Charles Lagüe and Véronique Cournoyer, while in class B the victory went to the group of Suzanne Gosselin, Sylvain Ménard, Jeanne-Mance Lemay and René Roberge.

It was also a good opportunity to give a nod to the new junior program, which this year has introduced a dozen young people to curling.

Furthermore, this program brought together three generations on the same ice, namely Céline Gauthier (grandmother), Véronique Cournoyer (mother), as well as Raphaël and Jolyane Veilleux (grandchildren).

The closing tournament was organized by Jacques L’Écuyer. Interestingly, the winning Class A team had an average age of 39, while the finalist team averaged a respectable 78 years.

Closing Tournament at the Curling Club
With the arrival of the junior program, we were treated to a combination of three generations at the Magog Curling Club. Céline Gauthier (second from right), appears here with her daughter Véronique Cournoyer and her two grandchildren Raphaël and Jolyane Veilleux. (Photo courtesy of Magog Curling Club)

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