Week 16 Update

The Little Rocks welcomed a special guest today, Michelle Montford! A former AMCC Little Rocker herself , Michelle stopped by to remind us how important it is to line up properly. Michelle had a chance to visit each Little Rocker and was most impressed by the skill level of our young curlers! Great work Little Rockers!

Manitoba Scotties participant and fellow club member, Michelle Montford shared her time and expertise with us today. She reminded us that it’s important to use our legs to push from the hack, not our arms when throwing takeouts! Michelle had a chance to share some tips with each Bantam and was most impressed by the Bantam’s ever improving skill level. Well done, Bantams!

The Juniors met World Curling Tour skip, Scotties participant and fellow club member Michelle Montford today! After working on their balance and leg drive from the hack, the Juniors had an opportunity to play a couple of ends in preparation for the upcoming bonspiel. Thank you to Michelle for taking time to share her skipping knowledge with our Juniors!

Week 15 Update

This week our Little Rockers welcomed fellow club mates and Provincial Junior competitors Hailey Ryan & Rebecca Cormier who came out to share their expertise with us.  They enjoyed watching our Little Rockers take their stuffed animals for a ride and were most impressed by our young curlers’ ability to throw, brush and call shots during our little game of 3 on 3.  Great work Little Rockers!

Fellow club mates and Provincial Junior competitors Hailey Ryan & Rebecca Cormier came out to share their expertise with us today.  After demonstrating how much our balance has improved while taking our stuffed animals for a ride, our Bantam curlers went to work at refining their line of delivery and weight control.  They finished the day with a little game of 3 on 3.  Well done Bantam curlers!

Our Junior curlers had their game face on today as they challenged each other in sliding, drawing and take out contests! Our Junior Provincial guests, Hailey and Rebecca, spent some time helping our Junior curlers understand basic strategy and shot calling.  The day ended with a Hot Shots competition.   Well done Juniors!

Week 14 Update

After solving Sonny’s riddle, our Little Rockers headed to the ice to “take their stuffed animals for a ride”. It’s not easy to slide and balance without a rock! They also learned that they have to listen to the skip to know when to brush. They finished the day with a little game of two and two where they learned how to use the scoreboard. Well done Little Rockers!

The Bantam curlers began the day by taking their stuffed animals for a ride without hurting them by allowing them to touch the ice. Well done Bantams! After working on their push from the hack , they had an opportunity to develop their game skills by playing a couple of ends. Their game play is improving with every rock!

Our Junior curlers began the day by using their great balance skills to successfully deliver their stuffed animals to their coaches. Then, they went to work at improving their line of delivery skills. Everyone got to throw, brush, skip and call line during our bowling drill where they made almost 50% of the takeouts they attempted! Great work Juniors!

Week 13 Update

Week 13 – Jan. 24, 2015

After a rousing game of Simon Says, the Little Rockers headed to the ice to refine their brushing and throwing technique. They continue to work at “hitting the broom” and are making more and more takeouts each week. Well done Little Rockers! They ended the day by meeting Canada’s National Wheelchair and Olympic Gold Medal Curling Champions!

The Bantam curlers had the chance to share the ice with Canada’s National Wheelchair and Olympic Gold Medal Curling Champions today! The Bantams continue to work at transitioning between draws and takeouts. They ended the day with a little game of two on two. Good work Bantams!

The Juniors used video analysis to provide feedback on their line of delivery today. It was great to see how much their deliveries are improving and everyone had a chance to see how they could improve their ability to “hit the broom”. The Juniors finished the day with a little game of 4 on 4. Before they left the ice they had the opportunity to wish Canada’s National Wheelchair and Olympic Gold Medal Curling Champions “good luck” as they prepare for the 2015 World Championships!

Week 12 Update

On January 17, some of our talented junior and bantam curlers participated in a bonspiel in Beausejour. They distinguished themselves on the ice with an outstanding performance. All of our times made the finals in their events, and best of all, everyone had a great time.
 
We are very proud of our AMCC youth curlers!
 
Team 1  Team A  Team Alpha
  
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