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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.


Hover over any Club name to read their quick news, or click on the Club name to go to their website (if available)
  • PCMCA ExecutiveNewsletter
    • Our new Bylaws were approved April 9, 2018
  • Zone 2 - Fraser Valley
    • Zone 2 (aka Fraser Valley Masters Curling Association FVMCA) held its AGM at Abbotsford Curling Club on April 3, 2018. During the meeting it was noted that it is not truly an AGM. Instead it is an Executive Committe Meeting with one vote per member club. Currently that is a total of eight votes.
  • Glen Meadows Curling Club
    • A record first was set this year by a Zone 1 Club winning both the 60+ and 70+ Playdowns. Glen Meadows Lawrence Woytowich, Wayne Scott, Paul Addison and George van Wensem won the 60’s and Lynn Wilson, Jack Bowman, Grant Marshall and Dick Waller won the 70’s. A special thanks to the GM Masters Association and the GM Curling Association for financially contributing to the teams travelling to the Provincials being held in Langley Mar 14-18. The annual Feb GM Masters Spiel was won by Lawrence Woytowich, Wayne Scott, Don Leckie and Paul Addison. The 2017 Players of the Year have now been announced with Lynn Wilson as the Skip of the Year and Grant Marshall the Player of the Year. At the Provincials the PCMCA Guy Philp Trophy and the McAllister Combined Champions were Lawrence Woytowich, Wayne Scott, George van Wensem, Paul Addison and Ken Wigbers. This is the first time in 18 years the trophy has returned to South Vancouver Island. The Senior Competitive League Playoff Championship and Total Aggregate Trophies were both won by Glen Canning, Dave Bolster, Ron Gardner and Ray Johnson. All in all it has been a very successful year for the PCMCA curlers from Glen Meadows.
  • Kerry Park Select League
    • The 2017 Kerry Park PCMCA Masters Open Bonspiel was held this past week, October 30 - November 3rd. Twenty four teams representing all Zone 1 clubs competed in a modified Brandon draw followed by a playoff day on Friday. The event winners were the Brian May rink (A: event), the Lynn Wilson rink (B event), the Jack Campbell rink (C event) and the Brian Morin rink (D event). The bonspiel committee would once again like to thank all participants and to extend a very special thanks to our sponsors, the Malahat Lions Club, the Mill Bay Lions Club, the Royal Canadian Legion Br. 134.and Creative Woodcraft Ltd
  • Chilliwack Curling Club
    • The CMCC AGM and windup luncheon was held on March 28, 2018. The 2018-19 executive commitee was installed with these changes: President Bill MacAulay, VP Denis Desautels, and new Directors Neil Long and Bill Icton. The construction of the new Chilliwack Curling Club facility will not be completed until at least November 2018. This means that there will be no curling in Chilliwack before then. The Masters Open bonspiel has been postponed until January 31, 2019. The 2018-2019 curling year includes two seasons: 1st Half and 2nd Half. This year, due to the construction delay, the 1st Half will consist of two separate leagues, Monday and Tuesday, from startup in November until December 18, with no wrapup mini-spiel. The 2nd Half will return to the usual single league curling twice per week, on Mondays and Tuesdays. It will end with a mini-spiel and banquet in the week of March 18, 2019.
  • Langley Curling Centre
    • Langley Masters Bonspiel is November 22,23 and 24. The bonspiel is full so any late teams will be put on a waiting list.Curlers coming to play in the bonspiel please park in the parking lot and not on 42nd avenue. Lots of physical changes to the rink, entry to the curling rink is now off 42nd avenue. Good curling everyone!
  • Port Moody Curling Club
    • Port Moody is the new home of the Coquitlam Curling Club PCMCA member Leagues
  • North Shore Curling Association
    • North Shore Masters Curling is a league of 60+ curlers who curl at the Royal City Curling Club Thursdays (noon) as there is no longer a public curling facility on the North Shore. Please call for more league information. We are pleased to advise that the Mark Bailey Team recently won the 2016 PCMCA Z3 60 plus Zone Playdown and competed at the Combined Provincial Playdowns in Kelowna in mid-March. Our windup luncheon and AGM was held at 12:00 noon on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 at Royal City Curling Club
  • Tunnel Town
    • Tunnel Town have just completed the successful hosting of the 2016 Zone 3 PCMCA Womens 60+ and Mens 60+ Playdowns. Winners were the Joanne Mick team from Marpole and the Mark Bailey team from Northshore. We also Have just completed our 2016 Masters 80+ Bonspiel won by the Ernie Sawatzy team from Chilliwack.
  • Comox Valley Curling Club
    • Congratulations to the Comox Valley Curling team of Amber Dufour, Mary Holden, Mickey Colburn and Elaine Starchuk winners of the 2018 PCMCA/BCIMCA Combined Ladies Championship in Kamloops. They also won the PCMCA trophy as the best PCMCA ladies team at the competition.

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