Skip Anne Knopp (front) calls for the shot during the finals of the Langley Curling Club senior ladies’ Spring Fling bonspiel, which wrapped up on Sunday. Knopp’s rink was up against another Langley team skipped by Colleen McDonnell. A total of 24 teams from six curling clubs took part in the three-day bonspiel, which was won by the Ann Ramsbottem rink out of Chilliwack. They beat the Knopp rink in the final.

Skip Anne Knopp (front) calls for the shot during the finals of the Langley Curling Club senior ladies’ Spring Fling bonspiel, which wrapped up on Sunday. Knopp’s rink was up against another Langley team skipped by Colleen McDonnell. A total of 24 teams from six curling clubs took part in the three-day bonspiel, which was won by the Ann Ramsbottem rink out of Chilliwack. They beat the Knopp rink in the final.

Curlers battle at Spring Fling

Twenty-four teams from six Lower Mainland curling clubs hit the ice at Langley Curling Club for Spring Fling Bonspiel

Some of the top senior ladies’ curling was battling it out at the Langley Curling Club as part of the Spring Fling Bonspiel.

A total of 24 teams from six curling clubs — Langley, Chilliwack, Peace Arch, Cloverdale, Royal City (New Westminster) and Tunnel Town (Tsawwassen) — took part in the three-day bonspiel.

And in the end, it was the Ann Rambottom rink from Chilliwack defeating Langley’s Anne Knopp rink in the finals.

 

 

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