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The Pacific Coast Masters Curling Association (PCMCA) was formed to foster competitions for daytime curlers aged 60 and above. The association is for curlers living in the Lower Mainland and on Vancouver Island.

Annual competitions are held to determine four PCMCA Zone winners. Zone winners advance to a combined provincial championship with the four Zone winners from the BC Interior Masters Curling Association (BCIMCA).

The primary purpose today is to promote the sport of curling through fun and competetive events both at the Club level and the Provincial level for curlers aged 60 and above.

Attention:

PCMCA/BCIMCA Combined Qualicum/Parksville Mar 13-17.

Due to Covid-19 concerns the PCMCA executive has decided due to Provincial Health Authority and Curl BC guidelines year’s provincials that were to be held in Parksville Qualicum are cancelled.

PCMCA President

News

Hover over any Club name to read their quick news, or click on the Club name to go to their website (if available)
  • PCMCA Executive
    • At a special board meeting held Dec 15th, the board passed a motion to cancel the 2021 Provincial Combined that was scheduled to be held in Parksville/Qualicum. Good health, President Lawrence
  • Zone 1 - Lower Island
    • On December 2, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Provincial Health Officer suspended team sports in British Columbia. The order is in effect indefinitely. Curling as teams will be discontinued. Some clubs might offer ice for practice.
  • Zone 2 - Fraser Valley
    • On December 2, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Provincial Health Officer suspended team sports in British Columbia. The order is in effect indefinitely. Curling as teams will be discontinued. Some clubs might offer ice for practice. Going into the New Year 2021 and with the suspension remaining in place, the Abbotsford and Chilliwack facilities closed for the remainder of the 2020-21 curling season. The Maple Ridge facility (Golden Ears Winter Club) will remain available until early February 2021 and invites curlers from the closed facilities. .................................... Zone 2 of the PCMCA is also known as the Fraser Valley Masters Curling Association (FVMCA). It is the name it had when it merged into the PCMCA. The Zone 2 leagues play at the curling clubs of Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Cloverdale, Coquitlam (Port Moody), Delta, Haney, Langley and White Rock (Peace Arch).
  • Zone 3 - Metro Vancouver
    • On December 2, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Provincial Health Officer suspended team sports in British Columbia. The order is in effect indefinitely. Curling as teams will be discontinued. Some clubs might offer ice for practice.
  • Zone 4 - North Island
    • On December 2, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Provincial Health Officer suspended team sports in British Columbia. The order is in effect indefinitely. Curling as teams will be discontinued. Some clubs might offer ice for practice.
  • Abbotsford Curling Club
    • The Abbotsford Masters League curled in the Fall of 2020 but due to the pandemic closed the facility before the start of the the Winter-Spring session of the 2020-21 season.
  • Chilliwack Curling & Community Centre
    • Delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Chilliwack Masters Curling Club (CMCL) did not begin its 2020-21 Fall session until October 14. The pandemic suspended curling again in December and because the suspension continued through January 2021, the facility was closed for the remainer of the season. 2020-21 was the first time that the CMCL operated two separate leagues. The Monday league curled at 11:00 and 1:30 while the Wednesday leagues games were at 8:00 and 1:00. Both leagues have two seasons (1st Half is Oct-Dec, 2nd Half is Jan-Mar). Its likely that format will return in 2021-22.
  • Haney Masters at Golden Ears Winter Club
    • With the New Year 2021, and some facilities closing, The Golden Ears Winter Club decided to remain operational in case the pandemic suspension is lifted (at least until early Februrary 2021). The Haney Masters extended an invitation to any Masters age curlers at closed clubs, welcoming them to resume curling with the Haney Masters.
  • Langley Curling Centre
    • Due to the Provincial Health orders Langley Masters finished their first half on December 3, 2020. The first half winner was the Bill Cliff Team for Tuesday/Thursday and Team Dave Smith for Tuesday only. Congratulations to both teams. If Provincial Health allows curling in January the Langley Masters will start the spring season after January 17th. Stay safe everyone.
  • Mission Granite Curling Club
    • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Mission Granite Curling Club will not be opening in 2020-21. The Mission Masters will not be operating a league.
  • Peace Arch Curling Club
    • Peace Arch Senators commenced their Fall 2020 league Oct 19th. We have two draws on Mondays and Wednesday mornings. Sign up for one day or both. https://sites.google.com/site/pasenatorscurling/
  • Gibsons Curling Club
    • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the PCMCA curlers of the Gibsons Curling Club will not be curling until at least early 2021.
  • Howe Sound Curling Club
    • After assessing the risks caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Howe Sound Curling Club will not be providing curling in 2020-21.
  • Marpole Curling Club
    • Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Marpole Curling Club has decided to remain closed during the entire 2020-2021 curling season. The club plans to open in September 2021.
  • North Shore Masters
    • For the Fall season of 2020-21 the North Shore Masters league (men) enrolled 35 PCMCA members and 2 other curlers who remain slightly younger than 60 years of age. These leagues curl at the Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster.
  • Port Moody Curling Club
    • Due to the pandemic the Port Moody Curling Club is closed until at least the end of 2020. Until then its 43 PCMCA members are curling at the Royal City Club in New Westminster.
  • Richmond Curling Club
    • Due to the Nov 7th Public Health Order Richmond Senior Mens and Ladies start of season was postponed until Nov 20, 2020.
  • Vancouver Curling Club
    • Due to the pandemic the Vancouver Curling Club is not expected to be available for curling until at least the beginning of 2021. Until then the PCMCA members there will be inactive. The PCMCA leagues scheduled start curling is at the Richmond Curling Club near the end of November 2020.
  • Comox Valley Curling Club
    • The Comox Valley Curling Club closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The PCMCA leagues at Comox Curling Club did not curl in 2020-2021.



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