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Wallaceburg - First Baptist Church Crokinole Tournament

30Jan10 - There was a Crokinole Trounament at the First Baptist Church in Wallaceburg Ontario. 14 Teams of 2 arrived for "Finger" play. The final Results were as follows:



1st Place - Ross Shaw & Eric Shaw - WCC members

2nd Place - "Names to be added - non WCC members

3rd Place - George Clifford & Mackenzie MacLean-Leemet WCC members



It was a great chance to play, and meet new possible WCC members. Come out an play if you are in the area. 251 Duncan Street… Continue

Added by George Clifford on February 1, 2010 at 9:02am — No Comments

Wallaceburg Crokinole Club - Still Going Strong

Well it's well into July. The regulars are now becoming known, and we get a few new players here and there. We are averaging about 15-20 people every meeting ranging in age from 10 to 60+. Skill level ranges from Very Good to still needs some practice. We currently have between 12-14 boards from Yard Sales / Second Hand stores that I refab or repair. No eyes have been shot out yet. There has been alot of trash talk some by me. Some closet Crokinole players have come out to play. If you are… Continue

Added by George Clifford on July 20, 2009 at 8:48am — No Comments

2nd Meeting @ Wallaceburg Club

Thanks to all who showed up at the 2nd meeting. This week we experimented with cues. We had some good results and some very poor. As usual there was plenty of trash talk to go around. We have had a maximum showing of 13 people, look forward to growing the club. Looks like we have some Regulars and here they are:



"Regulars"



Jim Forgey

Andrew Forgey

Mat Forgey

Carl MacLean

Wayne ...

Me! George Clifford

Mackenzie Maclean-Leemet

Haley… Continue

Added by George Clifford on May 21, 2009 at 12:53pm — No Comments

Wallaceburg Club KickOff

On 6May09 @ 7pm, the Wallaceburg Crokinole Club held it's first offical get together. 13 players showed up to play. There were many old, new, and interesting boards to see and play on. I was able to remain undefeated in doubles until an old finger walked in the door and shut my partner and I down. Many games were won and lost by all with a chance for mingling that ranged in age from young (10) to old (70+). Time passed quickly and the night ended with the future challenges and lots of laughter.

Added by George Clifford on May 11, 2009 at 9:21am — No Comments

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