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Curlers compete for spot at Seniors Games

Langley’s Zosia Ettenberg sends her shot down the ice in the 65+ mixed curling playdowns at the Langley Curling Club over the weekend. The teams were competing to see who would represent Fraser Valley at the B.C. Seniors Games in September. Langley’s Jeannotte rink and Clark rink will represent in the men’s and ladies’ 55+ competition, while the Anderson rink (Langley/Abbotsford) and Garnder rink (Surrey) will compete in the 65+ men’s and ladies. - Alyssa O
Langley’s Zosia Ettenberg sends her shot down the ice in the 65+ mixed curling playdowns at the Langley Curling Club over the weekend. The teams were competing to see who would represent Fraser Valley at the B.C. Seniors Games in September. Langley’s Jeannotte rink and Clark rink will represent in the men’s and ladies’ 55+ competition, while the Anderson rink (Langley/Abbotsford) and Garnder rink (Surrey) will compete in the 65+ men’s and ladies.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times

Curling teams were on the ice over the weekend at the Langley Curling Club to see who would represent Zone 3 (Fraser Valley) at the B.C. Seniors Games in Langley in September.

And when play had wrapped up, it was a pair of Langley rinks, one from Surrey, and another with players from Langley and Abbotsford, who had won the right to represent the Fraser Valley.

The men's and ladies' 55+ rinks will be represented by the Jeannotte rink and the Clark, respectively. Both are from Langley.

And the Anderson rink — which has Langley and Abbotsford players — and Surrey's Gardner rink will compete in the mixed 65+ men's and ladies' competitions.

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