Wilson Cup curling

Premium ice.
Premium ice.
Cambrian curler Sue Ingram eyes up the options.
Cambrian curler Sue Ingram eyes up the options.
Hayden Coutts (13) of Dunedin and his cousin, Archie McDiarmid (2) of Oturehua.
Hayden Coutts (13) of Dunedin and his cousin, Archie McDiarmid (2) of Oturehua.
Murray Jack of Lauder waits to give more directions to his team mates as skip.
Murray Jack of Lauder waits to give more directions to his team mates as skip.
Everyone should give this sport a try, says Gore curler Christine Wilson.
Everyone should give this sport a try, says Gore curler Christine Wilson.
Stewart McKnight of Blackstone Hill watches the progress of his stone.
Stewart McKnight of Blackstone Hill watches the progress of his stone.
Robbie Calder of Upper Manuherikia delivers his stone.
Robbie Calder of Upper Manuherikia delivers his stone.

More than 130 curlers from throughout Otago and Southland converged at Idaburn Dam yesterday for the Wilson Cup. Photos by Lynda van Kempen; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz

 

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