Men’s Masters League

Charleswood Men’s Masters Curling

The League is set up into two distinct curling slots.   One sector curls on Tuesdays and the other on Thursdays, both at 9:30 A.M.  On Tuesdays, we have a full compliment of ten teams, while the Thursday division, for the first time, is short one team.  Many of our curlers take part in both the Tuesday and Thursday draws.  We are welcoming full team, partial team, or individual curler submissions for the 2017/2018 season.

Schedules & Contacts


There is no charge for sparing, and a spare may be asked to curl any position but Skip.  We are always in need of spares for our list, especially following Christmas, when a number of our members head south for the winter.

General Information

To compete in our Master’s League, a curler should be 60 years of age or older.  Many curlers have turned to “the stick” for the delivery of their rocks.  This is acceptable at any positional  play.

At least two registered team members must be curling when spares are put into play.

Any ties remain as ties at the end of the game.  We follow Curl Manitoba’s rules for Master’s events, including the regulation on stoppage of play using the bell/buzzer system.


Each member of a four man team will pay approximately $151 for two rounds of curling.  That amount includes a $25 canteen certificate.  An individual on a five man rink will only pay approximately $129 for two rounds.  A six man team, of course, would pay even less.

League Play

Our curling year begins on Tuesday October 17th, 2017, and the last ice that is available to us occurs on Thursday, March 15th, 2018.  Whenever possible, we utilise the last two weeks at the end of the year to enjoy a “Skins Format” fun spiel, at no cost to our curlers.

Our Master’s League participates in the various “Inter-Club” events that are available for city rinks, also at no cost to our members.

Executive 2017-2018

Chairman – Wayne Bowman 204-889-3758

Co-chair – Bill Hanysh

Co-chair – Gary Hart

Ice and Draw – Jeff Baron

Inter-club representative – Don Steele