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Looking for a competitive men's curling team (Ontario)

I am currently looking for a competitive men's curling team in Ontario for the 2019-20 season. I currently live in Toronto and have been curling for 17 years. For most of those years I have played on the competitive batam and junior circuit. I have the last few years, been playing club level curling at Tam Heather Curling Club in a men's league while focusing on getting through college. I have spent most of my curling years playing front end, and am willing to play any position that is needed. If anyone is looking for a player you can reach me at

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