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Team Maschmeyer to Represent Alberta at the Canada Winter Games

Congratulations to Team Maschmeyer of the Saville Community Sports Centre for their victory at the Canada Winter Games Trials on November 10, 2014. Th...

Balmoral Harvest Bonspiel 2014

This past weekend the Saville Community Sports Centre hosted the annual Balmoral Harvest Bonspiel, bringing many returning teams back to defend their ...

Sweeting Wins First Grand Slam

Congratulations to Team Sweeting of the Saville Community Sports Centre for winning their first Grand Slam of Curling at the Masters! Valerie Sweeting...

Carey, Bottcher Capture Shoot-Out Crowns

Chelsea Carey and her Saville Centre team of Laura Crocker at third, Taylor McDonald at second and lead Jen Gates, defeated Val Sweeting in the women'...

Curling at the Saville Community Sports Centre

Curling at the Saville Sports Centre (later renamed the Saville Community Sports Centre - SCSC) started in 2004, although the Club's roots can be traced back to the Balmoral Curling Club, which was in operation from 1956 to 2003.

Featuring 10 sheets of ice, the Centre has been designated as a National Training Centre by the Canadian Curling Association. The Saville Centre is proud of the impressive achievements that its' members have accomplished since the facility opened - numerous provincial champions; national champions; world champions; and even an Olympic champion, when Kevin Martin's team brought home the gold at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

The Club features 15 weekly leagues, as well as 6 associate leagues. We also have ice rental opportunities for bonspiels, funspiels and school groups. The Club's innovative instructional programs range from junior programs (such as Little Rocks and a Bantam League) to learn-to-curl clinics and a rookie league program.  

The SCSC plays host to a number of curling events throughout the year including the Shoot-Out, a World Curling Tour event which takes place annually in September. The SCSC is also home to the University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas curling teams.



Curling Tips from the Edmonton Journal
Some of the Saville Centre's top curlers have been working with the Edmonton Journal to record Curling Tips for curlers of all skill level. Click the following links to learn from the best in the game! 

Tip #12 from Marc Kennedy: Synthetic most effective broom, but hair is also useful

Tip #11 from Taylor McDonald: Respect of the Game

Please click here to view the full list of Curling Tips.






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