GNCC wins the 2019 Ross Tarlton
year of the Ross Tarlton competition between the GNCC and the Ontario Curling Association
was held at the Mississauga Golf & Country Club
November 7 - 9.
The Ross Tarlton
is a men’s competition with 32 teams using a total points formula. The Ross Tarlton is a friendly competition that is meant to bring friends together from both sides of the border for fellowship and builds on the strength of our close relationships both socially and competitively.
The competition was originated by and named after Ross Tarlton from Ontario with the help of Ted Childs from Norfolk, CT both of whom had the vision for this cross-border competition. While Ontario has the historical lead in wins the GNCC has won four of the last six meetings including the 2019 Ross Tarlton.
This year’s result was 421 stones for the GNCC and 408 for the OCA. The Mississauga G&CC did a wonderful job hosting our 65 GNCC curlers. The 2020 Ross Tarlton will be conducted at the Utica Curling Club.