Sunday Morning Sinners is a Sunday morning drop-in league. Club members of all levels of experience are welcome. The unique feature of Sinners is that we play 8 ends of rotational curling.
The cost is $5.00 which includes a lunch following the game. Each week collect a card and build a poker hand. There is a texas holdem draw each week, plus winner takes all draw at the final session.
Check in from 9am to 9:15 AM. On the ice at 9:25 sharp.
Note: All regular members of the RHCC are eligible to curl in the Sinners section.
Dates to Remember
- First: October 15
- Finale: April 8
No curling on these dates
- December 24, 31
- March 11
- April 1
Kathy Kinnear: I think Sinners is a great league! There is good curling on great ice in a fun and lighthearted atmosphere. This - along with the rotating format is also an excellent learning and practice time. I love it. Many years ago, after several invitations, I finally managed to drag my butt out of bed on a Sunday morning and became a Sinner at RHCC.
Vito Lozer: I was welcomed into the group and the rules and rotation were explained to me ... I just about crapped myself when I realized that I was the skip for the first 2 ends and had no clue what I was doing. We went out on the ice, everyone was helpful and reassured me that this was going to be a good learning experience. They were right! Now, waking up on Sunday mornings for Sinners is easy. I know that there will be awesome people out there ready to play, joke around and welcome and encourage newcomers. Good tunes and beautiful Sunday morning ice courtesy of Bill Reid provide the perfect atmosphere for a pleasurable experience. At Sinners, I've learned a lot, met wonderful people in the process and have had fun and a beer and a sandwich to end the morning ... A good way to spend Sunday morning :) I will be a Sinner for life :)
Gilles Philippe: So many reasons, too numerous to list. Let's just say it makes you significantly better. If you don't like the sinner name, consider what it truly is: The personal development league that's played on Sunday morning.
John Harvey: Sinner's is the best way to learn more about curling in one session than playing one position on a team. New players are thrown into skipping right away and get a new respect for strategy and game calling. $5 for 8 ends and a sandwich afterward is a really good deal too. You get to meet new people, and perhaps mistaken for owning a glass eye. All in good fun.
Alex Marton: Being a sinner is great. As a new member to the club it is a great way for me to meet other members and learn from them the nuances of the game. Having the chance to play all positions also helps me improve my game, skills and strategy. Most of all it is a fun event both on the ice, especially those 'Sunday morning shots" you would not try during league play and après curling. If you have'nt sinned you should give it a try.