2013-2014 Big Rock Edmonton SuperLeague Final Results
It's official, the season is over. Our Grande Aggregate winner goes to Team Appelman, A Event playoff winner goes to Team Johnson and B Event playoff winner goes to Team Hutchings. A great night of curling and celebration for the final night of play for the season. See you all in September for the 2014-15 season start. Entry forms will be available thru the Saville Sports Centre and this website in the coming summer months.
2013-2014 Big Rock Edmonton SuperLeague Playoff Schedule
Here is the link to this years Playoff schedule. Please pay attention to your draw times as they are a little strange this year. Good luck to all.
Big Rock Edmonton SuperLeague Signs new deal with Saville Community Sports Centre
It's official... the Big Rock Mens SuperLeague will be staying put at the Saville Community Sports Centre for the next 5 years. The Men's Super League Board and the University of Alberta are very pleased to announce a new five-year agreement. This agreement ensures that the league will continue to play out of the Saville Centre through the 2017-2018 season. We are also very pleased to announce that Big Rock Breweries has recently agreed to continue its support of the league and of the Saville Centre. This is very significant because it will allow us to maintain a purse of at least $25,000 moving forward. The net result is that we will have a strong and stable Men's Super League at the Saville Centre for at least the next five years. To this end, the Men's Super League Board and the University of Alberta are committed to working closely together in the best interests of you and your fellow members. “The Men’s Super League Board is very happy that we have been able to extend our relationship with the Saville Centre for the next five years,” said League president Les Eglauer, “and we are excited that it will continue to be our home base.” These thoughts were echoed by the Saville Centre’s curling manager Rob Krepps, who noted that “The Men’s Super League is a very important part of our curling program, and we look forward to partnering with their Board as we move forward.” Along these lines, one operational adjustment that has been made is that the Saville Centre will now handle all aspects of the team registration process. Beyond ensuring that this process is as efficient as possible, this means that teams will now be able to pay their entry fees by credit card or debit if they wish. Teams will receive their membership package by e-mail within the next week.