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Scott Tournament of Hearts

1982 ...

In 1982, under a new sponsorship, the Scott Tournament of Hearts began the name of the National Ladies Championship as well as the name of the individual provincial/territorial playdowns.

In 1988 the N.B.C.A. hosted the Scott Tournament of Hearts which was held in Fredericton under the chairmanship of Marion Burris.

In May 1989 the ladies's association voted to disband and to amalgamate with the men's association under the name of the New Brunswick Curling Association. The first president of the newly amalgamated association was a lady curler by the name of Ruth Sullivan of Saint John. In alternate years a lady serves one term as president.

Lady curlers are active in all provincial curling clubs and they now number in excess of thirty-five hundred.

Year

Team

Home

1982

Louise Ouellette 

Campbellton C.C. 

1983

Grace Donald 

Capital Winter Club 

1984

Anne Marie Leahy 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1985

Marlene Vaughan 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1986

Grace Donald 

Capital Winter Club 

1987

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1988

Karen McDermott 

Bathurst C.C. 

1989

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1990

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1991

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1992

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle-St. Andrews C.C. 

1993

Nancy McConnery 

Beaver C.C. 

1994

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

1995

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

1996

Barb Hutton 

Carleton 

1997

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

1998

Kathy Floyd 

Thistle St. Andrews 

1999

Kathy Floyd 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2000

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2001

Kathy Floyd 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2002

Kathy Floyd 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2003

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2004

Heidi Hanlon 

Thistle St. Andrews 

2005

Sandy Comeau 

Beaver Curling Club 

2006

Andrea Kelly 

Capital Winter Club 

2007

Sandy Comeau 

Beaver Curling Club 

 

NBCA Mission: The NBCA is a non-profit organization designed to bring together all curling centres in the province for one purpose: to provide opportunities for all residents, of any age, to participate in the sport of curling throughout their lifetime for fun, fitness and/or competition.

Mission de l’ACN-B: L’ACN-B est un organisme sans but lucratif dont l’objectif est de rassembler tous les centres de curling de la province afin de donner l’occasion à tous ses résidents de jouer au curling, quel que soit leur âge et peu importe s’ils pratiquent ce sport pour leur amusement, leur conditionnement physique ou la compétition.

NBCA Vision: The NBCA envisions to be a leading sports force within New Brunswick and throughout the Atlantic Provinces by providing growth, promotion and development opportunities to all curlers, regardless of age or physical ability, from the grassroots to the highest levels of competitive play.

Vision de l’ACN-B:L’ACN-B veut être une organisation sportive de premier plan au Nouveau-Brunswick et dans les Maritimes. Elle entend atteindre cet objectif en facilitant la croissance, la promotion et le développement du curling au bénéfice de tous ses membres, sans distinction d’âge ou de handicap, des premières glisses aux plus hautes sphères de compétition.

 

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