One of the largest curling events in west central Saskatchewan took place over the weekend in Rosetown.

Curlers from the surrounding area participated in the 2019 Rosebowl which brought in curlers from all over the province. Organizers saw 40 teams signed up for this year's event which made for a successful weekend at the Rosetown Curling Club.

Tyler Longworth, who is the president of the club, said he was pleased with how things went over the four-day event. He mentioned that some people may think the event only draws local attention, but the tournament has become much bigger over the years.

He said that the club is already looking at setting their registration amount to 48 teams for next year in hopes to attract even more teams for the annual tournament. There was interest from more teams who wanted to take part this year, but the club wanted to keep their entrants at 40 this time around.

With the number of players the event brings in to the community, it`s no doubt one of the most important dates circled on the calendar for the club. Longworth sheds light on just how important it is for not only the club but the town.

 After a productive and memorable weekend of curling to end the season in Rosetown, he had this to say on behalf of the club.

 2019 Rosebowl winners

A event: Team Heather def. Team Hannay

B event: Team Bitz def. Team Sutherland

C event: Team Wyshinski def. Team Slocombe

D event: Team Poole def. Team Borden

E event: Team Moore def. Team Haas

 

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