Masters curling bonspiel at Golden Ears

Andy Ferguson continued his winning ways and remains in a narrow two-point lead in the battle for first place in Haney Masters ...

Andy Ferguson continued his winning ways and remains in a narrow two-point lead in the battle for first place in Haney Masters Curling action at Golden Ears Curling Club.

With two games remaining, the Ferguson rink  kept ahead of Angelo Masaro by defeating Ed Brown.

Masters curling continues this weekend as Haney hosts the 56th annual Haney Masters Bonspiel, with 24 teams from throughout the Lower Mainland competing today and Saturday.

Teams began competition for the age-old Ralph Haney Trophy Thursday and will see a play-off Saturday morning at 10:30 for the championship trophy, which dates back to 1957.

Last year’s winner – former Brier champ  Bernie Sparkes rink – will again be one of the favorites.

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