Ford Ponoka Curling League round robin over

The fifth week of curling in the Legacy Ford Ponoka Super League Curling took place November 27th at the Ponoka Curling Club

The fifth week of curling in the Legacy Ford Ponoka Super League Curling took place November 27th at the Ponoka Curling Club, which completes the round robin play. The top team in pool A is the Sherrer team and the winner of pool B are the guys from Legacy Ford. The top four teams that will fight it out in the playoffs for the championship are Sherrer, Baron, Legacy Ford and Riske.

The standings after week 5 are:

Pool A:

Sherrer 265

Baron 260

Classic Granite 230

Goodwin 160

Pederson 110

Pool B:

Legacy Ford Ponoka 265

Riske 235

Ponoka Pro Pharmacy 175

Lambert 155

Morrow 145

— Submitted

 

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