Team Tardi is made up of Tyler Tardi

Langley’s Tardi rink targets provincial title

A Langley Curling Club squad will vie for a provincial title, starting Dec. 29.

Team Tardi is headed to the B.C. championships.

They were among the junior curling teams that have clinched spots at the 2016 Tim Hortons BC Junior Curling Championships, thanks to their success on the BC Junior Curling Tour.

The B.C. championships take place at the Kamloops Curling Club from Dec. 29, 2015 to Jan. 3, 2016.

On the junior men’s side, Team Tyler Tardi’s rink of third Daniel Wenzek, second Jordan Tardi, lead Nicholas Meister and fifth Sterling Middleton, clinched the top spot with three overall wins out of four appearances on the tour.

The team from Langley Curling Club collected a total of 73.75 points.

In second place, and taking the second berth, was Team Matthew McCrady, from Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster.

The rink of skip McCrady, third Zac Curtis, second Liam Purgavie and lead Jacob Umbach collected 54.175 points from four appearances.

The five BC Junior Curling Tour events were The Anita Cochrane Memorial Cashspiel at Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster; The Abbotsford Junior Cashspiel at Abbotsford Curling Club; The Rick Cotter Memorial Cashspiel at Vernon Curling Club; The Interior Beverages Junior Spiel at Kelowna Curling Club; and the Esquimalt Optimist Junior Cashspiel at Esquimalt Curling Club.

The results of Curl BC playdowns can be viewed on under the British Columbia (Curl BC) tab.

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