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George Loney Award

George Loney Award

The George Loney Award for the Most Improved Junior Curler in the U18 and U12 age groups is sponsored by the Loney family and the Monday Morning Sr. Men League. This award is given to the junior curlers that have shown the largest improvement in the following categories over the course of the season:

  • Set-up and Balance – proper hack position, sequence of motion and balance during the slide.
  • Line of Delivery, release and rotation - proper aim at the broom and includes consistent rock rotation and a positive release.
  • Shot execution - throwing the weight (draws or takeouts) that was asked for by the skip or coaches combined with proper line of delivery to make the shot.
  • Sweeping technique - using the teaching techniques while sweeping teammates rock, being able to judge weight while sweeping.
  • Sportsmanship – includes, but not limited to, listening to the skips shot calls, quick pace of play, supporting teammates, praising opponents' good shots, proper curling etiquette, gracious wins and losses. 

Scoring for these categories will be completed by the athletes and their coaches then tallied for the overall winner. 


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  •  148 St. George St. W., Fergus
  •  519.843.2641
  •  P.O. Box 251, Fergus, N1M 2W8
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About The Club

The Fergus Curling Club was established in 1834 and has operated every year since making it the oldest continuously operating curling club in Ontario.

We are a four sheet club of 260 members. There is a club room, bar, kitchen, and locker rooms. Much of the work around the club is voluntary with the exception of ice-making and caretaking.

The club is managed by a nine person board of directors elected annually from the general membership.