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Registered: Feb 2011
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This could either way - looking for a team

Good Day,

I'm either looking to join a competitive team or looking for three other ladies to join forces and dominate a year in the Alberta field.

Allow me to brief you on my experience:

Last position held? - Skip
Previous experience? - 13 or so years mostly juniors and a couple years in women's - since moving to Alberta I haven't played competitively much. I'm looking to get back on the ice - full force.
Reason for leaving previous position? - Ontario's unemployment rate rising 3%.
Legally allowed to curl in Canada? - yes.

My schedule is very flexible I would also consider out of province.

My email is if you'd like to discuss this further!

Last edited by Pyner on 02-28-17 at 09:24PM

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