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Hello Crokinole players. There are 42 entries to this tournament. We can accommodate more. send in your late entry. We will be happy to see it. If you cannot decide until the last minute just show up early on the day of the tournament. We can most likely fit you in. Come on out for the final tournament of the crokinole tour and see the finish. Either Nathan Walsh (current leader) or Justin Slater (coming from behind) will win the tour. It will be a great day.
Posted on May 3, 2018 at 12:02pm
Hi everyone. There is still room for a half-dozen more entries. Shrug off those mid-winter blues and come and play crokinole.
The forecast is for warm weather with the tiniest amount of rain. The drive from anywhere should be easy. Send your late entry in.
Posted on January 25, 2018 at 9:59am
Next Saturday this is being played in Brucefield (on the road to London). Don't be fooled! Even though this is being held in a small town it may be the strongest doubles tournament ever held in the World! Come out and be a part of it and see the new strong teams (perhaps you) challenge the old guard. Be a part of it!
Posted on October 9, 2017 at 4:44pm
The tournament is on Saturday. We have 40 registered and can accommodate up to 15 more. You can register or show up early on tournament day and we will try to accommodate you. Some top players will be missing but we are expecting many new players. Come out and play the game.
Posted on January 28, 2016 at 3:53pm — 1 Comment
Thanks to Dave Brown and company for a great day of crokinole. The tournament was well organized and the complimentary lunch was delicious. The semi-finals were Justin Slater (of Kingston) over Nathan Walsh and Ray Beierling over Matt Brown. The Quinte convention was in effect for tie breaking in the head-to-head matches. Although slightly more complicated than the Wimbledon Rule, the Quinte Convention is extremely fair and eliminates the advantage of starting second.
The finals were…Continue
Posted on September 20, 2015 at 11:43am — 3 Comments