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AMCC proudly congratulates Team Burtnyk (Skip Laura Burtnyk, Third Hailey Ryan, Second Sara Oliver, Lead Rebecca Cormier, and Coach Scott Grant) and Team Ryan (Skip JT Ryan, Third Jacques Gauthier, Second Graham McFarlane, Lead Brendan Bilawka, Fifth Kyle Allenby, and Coach John Lund) on their championship wins at the 2017 CurlManitoba Canola Junior Provincial Championships. 


Team Ryan and Team Burtnyk will represent Manitoba at the Canadian Junior Championship in Victoria, BC from January 21-29. 

2017 MB Provincials Media Coverage:

Winnipeg Free Press (thanks to the WFP and Jason Bell for the excellent coverage) /

MyToba.CA /

Global News /

CTV News /

CTV Sport Star of the Week /

CurlMB Photo Album /

CurlMB Condensed Game Video


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AMCC Highlights:

  • J.T. Ryan (pictured) of Assiniboine Memorial, the only team to go 7-0 this week, topped the Red division and takes on Braden Calvert of the Granite (6-1) in the 1 vs. 1 game.
  • Brooke Friesen of Winkler and Paige Watkins of Deer Lodge are battling late this afternoon for the final spot. The teams had identical 5-2 records after round-robin play in the Black group and are playing for second place and the right to participate in the 2 vs. 2 game of the Page playoffs against Laura Burtnyk of Assiniboine Memorial tonight at St. Vital.

Update - 12:18 pm January 6 (click for full article)

The Ryan family had a terrific morning at the Manitoba junior curling championships at Winnipeg's St. Vital Club.

  • J.T. Ryan skipped his Assiniboine Memorial team to a 7-6 victory over Hayden Forrester of Fort Rouge in the junior men's semifinal. Live Score
  • Ryan's older sister and clubmate Hailey, the third for skip Laura Burtnyk, has also punched a ticket to the Manitoba final. Live Score


From: CurlManitoba <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>  Date: January 3, 2017 at 3:12:32 PM CST
Subject: January Club Update 
Happy new year!
As we enter what will prove to be an exciting 2017, CurlManitoba would like to remind all clubs of a few upcoming events.
MANITOBA OPEN: The continued success of the MB Open requires the support of curling clubs in Manitoba and specifically Winnipeg and surrounding area. This event assists in keeping Manitoba with the lowest membership fees in the country. We ask all clubs to encourage your members to either participate in the Manitoba Open Jan 19 – 23 (6 games guarantee) or the HALFspiel Jan 20-22 (3 game guarantee). Only two days left to register. Click here to register your team.

St. Vital and Pembina Curling Clubs are hosting a great event. Support your athletes, clubs and events by watching some exceptional curling. Don’t forget to check shortly after the finals as CurlManitoba posts a new initiative “10 in 30”.  The final men’s and women’s games will be posted in an abbreviated format for all those unable to witness the game live.  Click on the following link to find this feature:

PROVINCIAL SCOTTIES presented by MONSANTO Jan 24 – 29, 2017. The Eric Coy Arena will be the place to be! Come support the Charleswood Curling Club as the best women’s teams in Manitoba complete to represent Manitoba at the 2017 National Scotties.  Olympic Champion Jennifer Jones, 2016 Manitoba Champion and recent Grand Slam winner Kerri Einarson are among the competitors in the event. Click here for more information on this event.

 BEST WESTERN MIXED DOUBLES Try your hand at Curling’s newest Olympic Sport – Mixed Doubles Curling.  The Best Western Mixed Doubles event will be hosted in Stonewall February 2 – 5, 2017. The winner of the Provincial Mixed Doubles Championship receives their entry fee and uniform for Mixed Doubles Nationals. Click here to enter your team.

Please check out the CurlManitoba bonspiel planner page. CurlManitoba posts all bonspiel in Manitoba the clubs provide.  Please support your nearby clubs!

This edition of the famed curling partnership playing in junior women's

The Burtnyk-Ryan combination still delivers heavy knockout power on the curling ice. These are giant names on the Manitoba curling scene, however, this week it’s the next generation making a mark at the Canola provincial junior championships in Winnipeg.

Laura Burtnyk, seeded third, has skipped her Assiniboine Memorial team — including third Hailey Ryan — to a 2-0 start after two days at the junior women’s event.

The junior women’s and men’s championships, being played concurrently at the St. Vital and Pembina clubs, wrap up Friday.

Burtnyk, 21, is the daughter of legendary skip, Kerry Burtnyk, a five-time provincial champion, two-time Brier winner and the 1995 world champion. Ryan, 20, is the daughter of Jeff Ryan, a two-time Manitoba champion who tossed third stones for Burtnyk at the ’95 and 2001 Briers and the ’95 worlds in Brandon.

Indeed, the names go well together, then and now.

"It feels pretty awesome, actually," said Laura Monday afternoon, after guiding her team to an 8-2 victory over Dauphin’s Emma Jensen at St. Vital. "It’d be nice to hang that same provincial banner up in the same club (Assiniboine Memorial) that our dads did. It’s definitely motivation behind things for us.

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