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Jackson Captures 2018 Championship!

posted Feb 26, 2018, 10:14 AM by Cam McMillan

After many years of of trying the Dan Jackson has finally succeeded in winning the crown. Jackson defeated the John Skillen Rink in the final of the 15 teal competition which wrapped up on Sunday. The team will now compete in the Nationals in Thunder Bay at the end of March. Good luck boys!

Zappittelli Tops Field!

posted Jan 27, 2017, 2:21 PM by Cam McMillan

2017 Champions have been crowned. A huge congrats to the Tony Zappittelli rink from Ignace Fire as they capture their first title in their long history of competing in the event. In a thrilling 11 end match the boys defeated the Tim Nordin rink from Rainy River. Good luck at the nationals boys! We will all be routing for you. The Canadian Championships will be hosted in Mississauga Ontario from March 24th to April 2, 2017

2016 Champions Declared

posted Feb 3, 2016, 3:28 PM by Cam McMillan

After a great weekend of fun, camaraderie and competition the NOFFCA has declared a new champion.

The rink from Oliver Paipoonge Fire Department, led by skip Dale Dubinsky defeated the Guy Langlais rink from Dryden in the final. The team is a father son affair with Mike Lamers and son Andrew on the front end, and Dale and son Rob at skip and third respectively.

Dubinsky came through the B side of the 15 team event to qualify for the playoff round then once again came through the B side to make the championship final. The team made few mistakes in the final winning after 6 ends. The team will now represent Northern Ontario at the Canadian Championships to be held in Truro, Nova Scotia to be held April 7-17.

Good luck boys! Enjoy and have fun.

The Dream is Over!

posted Mar 27, 2015, 10:26 AM by Cam McMillan

This morning NONT came up a wee bit short against PEI. A close game was had with the final score being 7-5 for PEI who now advances to tie breaker 2.

Good week guys. You repped us well!

Good luck top PEI, SONT, BC, Alberta and MAN who are still in there for the Hydrant Trophy.

Draw 11

posted Mar 27, 2015, 10:21 AM by Cam McMillan

A tight game saw the Findley team come out on top defeating the strong Alberta team. The win puts team NONT in a tie for 4th spot with PEI and BC.

Looks like NONT will play team PEI in the first tiebreaker tomorrow at 9:00 am with the winner advancing to tiebreaker 2 against SONT.

Good luck boys!

CFFCA Draw 10

posted Mar 26, 2015, 10:28 AM by Cam McMillan

A big win for the boys this morning over 1st place Manitoba leaves their destiny in their hands for the last round robin draw of the event. The win was decisive ending with a 8-1 score after only 6 ends of play. Nice!

It will it get easier though as the last game has them pitted against 8-1 Alberta and a win for them would lock in first place for the playoffs.

Good luck boys, go gettem!

Update on CFFCA 2015

posted Mar 25, 2015, 10:58 AM by Cam McMillan

After going 2 wins and 1 loss in the last 3 draws Team Findley is still in the hunt for a playoff spot this weekend. At 4-4 now and having the Bye in this afternoons draw, the next game is tomorrow morning and is a must win for the boys against Manitoba who currently stands at 7-1.

Good luck boys!

Black Monday

posted Mar 23, 2015, 3:40 PM by Cam McMillan

Team Findley came out on the short end in this afternoons draw #5 losing to Quebec 9-4. With two games tomorrow against NWT and Nova Scotia the boys will be looking to turn it around. Record now stands at 2 wins and 3 losses.

Dig deep boys, you can do it!

CFFCA Draw 4

posted Mar 23, 2015, 10:30 AM by Cam McMillan

Bit of a rough one at the hands of the arch rival Southern Ontario team this morning. An early end to the game resulted in a 10-1 loss. Back on the ice this afternoon against 1-3 Quebec, hoping for a win in this one folks.

Go Team Findley!

Day 2 Complete

posted Mar 22, 2015, 3:13 PM by Cam McMillan

With day 2 now over (the curling part anyway) team Findley sits at 2-1 with the loss to BC in draw 3. A close game all the way through, BC steals one in the tenth end to win 6-4. NONT was looking to take two in then end but was unable to come up with the victory. Next game tomorrow morning against S. ONT, the battle of Ontario. Should promise to be a good one.

Go boys go!

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