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Novice curling teams hit the ice in Langley

Tink Taylor, complete with his lucky homemade viking hat, sends a rock down the ice Saturday during the Langley Curling Club’s seventh Truly Novice Bonspiel at George Preston Recreation Centre over the weekend. Twenty-four teams from across the Lower Mainland took part with the Neid team from Chilliwack taking top spot. To fall in the novice category, teams cannot exceed 25 years of combined curling experience. - Alyssa O
Tink Taylor, complete with his lucky homemade viking hat, sends a rock down the ice Saturday during the Langley Curling Club’s seventh Truly Novice Bonspiel at George Preston Recreation Centre over the weekend. Twenty-four teams from across the Lower Mainland took part with the Neid team from Chilliwack taking top spot. To fall in the novice category, teams cannot exceed 25 years of combined curling experience.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times

Twenty-four teams from across the Lower Mainland took part in the Langley Curling Club's Truly Novice Bonspiel on March 29 and 30.

To qualify at the novice level, a team can have no more than a combined 25 years of curling experience.

This year's event was won by the Neid team out of Chilliwack.

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