The team Copeland rink were the winners of the ‘A’ Division at the 61st annual Prince Rupert Bonspiel

Results from the Prince Rupert bonspiel

There was plenty of action at the curling rink this weekend, as teams took to the ice for the 61st annual Prince Rupert Men’s bonspiel.

There was plenty of action at the curling rink this weekend, as teams took to the ice for the  61st annual Prince Rupert Men’s bonspiel.

The competition was enough that there were four brackets based on previous competition. In the end it was the Copeland rink that came out on top, going undefeated and beating the Parker rink in the A bracket final. The Movold rink took third in the division.

In the B division, the Griffith rink and the Yamimoto rink faced off for the title, with Griffith rink coming out on top. The Statham rink finished in third place.

In the C division, the Burnhardt rink defeated the Bazansky rink to take top spot, while the Mullin rink finished in third place.

In the D division, the Evans rink and the Bowles rink found themselves in the final game, and it was the Evans rink that came out on top. The LaFrance rink took third in the division.

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