Team Faa has a Great Run at Provincial Club Finals

After winning the Lower Mainland division of the Dominion BC Club Challenge, Team Faa spent their Easter weekend challenging teams from across the province and the western United States.

Competing at the Pacific International Cup / BC Dominion Club Challenge Provincial Finals, Team Faa finished in a four-way tie for second following round-robin play. After winning their two tie-breaker games in convincing fashion, Team Faa moved onto the medal round. Unfortunately, it was there that the team's spectacular run came to a grinding halt on the Sunday morning.

Team Faa are Lower Mainland Champions

Congratulations to Team Faa for capturing the Lower Mainland Division of the BC Dominion Club Challenge.

The team finished the round-robin portion tied for first in their pool with 2 wins (over Port Moody and Abbotsford) and 1 loss (to Coquitlam). They won a set of coin tosses so Team Faa had only to play one tie-breaker, and they defeated Coquitlam in that game to advance to the semi-finals.

Pictured left to right, Allen Ho (lead), Sean Ramsay (second), Jan Bos (third) and Chris Faa (skip) earned a one-point win over the 2008 Champions from Golden Ears to advance to the final. Once there, they played very well to hold a three-point lead heading into the final end, and they captured the title with a 5-2 win over Langley. Team Faa - 2011 Lower Mainland Club Champions

Final Countdown to the Last Rock

April 30th is fast approaching... and that means time is running out to purchase your raffle ticket to be the final person to throw a rock in our current facility. Who will the winner be?
Meanwhile, have you marked off April 30th on your calendar to attend the Last Rock Open House and the Last Rock Ceremony?
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