Steve Holdaway Super Cashpiel Champion

Steve Holdaway (Glenmore) was crowned 48th Saguenay Super Cashpiel champion on Sunday night at the Kénogami Curling Club, after a battle of the day against Jean-Sébastien Roy (Gatineau / Chicoutimi / Jacques-Cartier / Kénogami). After a tough three-hour fight, Holdaway and his team-mates won 9-7 in the 8th and final end to win a $ 2,000 purse.
The are two teams continually revived suddenly two and three points end. On 7 th end, Roy Team (replaced by François Gionest for the final) had managed to score two points to level 7-7 mark. But it was ultimately the visitors who had the last word. The Roy team still pocketed a purse of $ 1260.

In class B, a five-point thrust in the eighth end allowed Sarto Hébert (Kénogami) to overtake Steeve Gagnon (Kénogami / Mont St-Bruno / Riverbend) 10-5 to be crowned.

In class C, François Plourde (Chicoutimi) defeated Alain Brassard (Kénogami) 5-3 and finally, in class D, the team of Brigitte Simard (Nairn Clermont) defeated that of André Brassard (Kénogami) 6-4.


President Curling Club Kénogami Frank Moffatt said he was very pleased with the 48 th edition that comes close the club activity of the year. “The A final lasted three hours, while it usually lasts two hours. And the finals of the other classes were all tight, “said the president.

Remember that 64 teams from across Quebec took part in this tournament. A total of $ 14,000 was awarded in the form of bursaries. Nearly thirty volunteers contributed to the success of the event.

“The president is happy, and we are going to a 49 th edition! “, Concludes Frank Moffatt.

Alan Carter
Alan Carter
Alan Carter has been a reporter on the news desk since 2015. Before that she wrote about young adolescents and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Alan Carter worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.