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UPDATE: Duck Mountain Super League curling finals postponed

Due to widespread COVID numbers in Saskatchewan, the decision has been made to postpone the event.
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Semi-final games in the Duck Mountain Super League Curling championship and consolation events have been postponed to March.

UPDATE - Super League curling play-offs postponed

KAMSACK - Duck Mountain Super League curling play-offs, scheduled for January 11 at the Broda Sportsplex in Kamsack, have been postponed.

League CEO Tom Jordens, reacting to widespread COVID-19 infections in and around the community, made the decision and has notified all players.

“We will finish the Duck Mountain Super League competition sometime in early March,” said Jordens. Men’s teams from Swan River, Canora, Kamsack, Benito, Norquay and Madge Lake completed their regular six-game curling season January 4. Semi-final and final games will be played when curling resumes.

After seven weeks of round-robin competition, Duck Mountain Super League (DMSL) curling teams from Canora, Norquay, Swan River, Benito, Madge Lake and Kamsack will meet again for play-offs at the Broda Sportsplex in Kamsack.


About $1,000 in prize money, most of it donated by team sponsors, will be up for grabs.


Three teams: Fred Perepiolkin, sponsored by Nykolaishen Farms, Rick Kinaschuk, sponsored by W.F. Schneider and Son, and Ken Newell, sponsored by Challoner Farms, completed regular season play with 4 wins and 2 losses.

These teams, along with the Brent Scales Rink, sponsored by The Westwood Inn and Royal LePage of Swan River, will vie for the DMSL championship trophy.

The consolation event semi-final will see Don Bowes, sponsored by Hub International, go against Tyson Leis, sponsored by Pattison Ag. The winner of this game will face Bob Kolodziejski, sponsored by Pioneer Hybrid.