Thedford Apple Tournament Results

The report which follows was sent in by Eric Brown, and he mentioned that “We had people from Orillia, Shelburne, Fergus, London, St Marys, Woodstock, Seaforth, Goderich, Sarnia, Chatham.  I think we had a good response from many of the Shuffle Clubs in South Western Ontario.

Eric – congratulations on your success with the Apple Tournament. I hope the announcement posted here on ShuffleON was of some help in your efforts to publicize this event. When you get a chance, I know everyone would love to see some of your pictures if you can send some in to me.
Thanks, -Bill  

Shuffleboard Alive in Lambton Shores

Thedford Shuffleboard Club hosted their 27th annual Apple Shuffleboard Tournament at the Legacy Recreation Centre 16 Allen Street Thedford on September 17. Seventy-eight people traveled from all over South Western Ontario to participate in this tournament.

Thedford Shuffleboard Club awarded l-liter jugs of Maple Syrup as prizes this year due to the fact that there is a shortage of apples in the Thedford area.

Main Event Winners:
1st place Jim Corbeil (Woodstock)&Frank Reyner (London)
2nd place Tony Charrette (Thedford)&Bill LeMays (Sarnia)
3rd place Catherine DeCorte (Seaforth)&Rendall Bilton (Fergus)
4th place Jane Chalmers (Grand Bend)&Ron Fergusen (St Marys)
Consolation Winners:
1st place Maureen&Charles Bryan (Fergus)
2nd place Eric Brown (Grand Bend)& Don Chalmers (Grand Bend)
3rd place Betty Keating (Shelburne)&Ross Dun (Sarnia)
4th place Barbara Howard (Goderich)&Murray Burnett (Fergus)

 

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