The RDC Queens curling team started off their national title defence from 2017 with a win Friday at the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference provincial championships. (Courtesy Photo)

All three RDC curling teams open provincials with wins

EDMONTON– It was a successful start to the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference Curling Championships for all three RDC curling teams on Friday.

Each team picked up a decisive victory to open the event.

The men earned a 8-2 win over the NAIT Ooks to start the day Friday, while the women also topped NAIT 8-3 to get the festivities started.


RDC Curling teams all qualify for provincials

The Queens are the defending national champions and the Kings were the bronze medal winners at last year’s Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Championships.

The RDC mixed team also started out with an 11-3 win over NAIT.

All three RDC teams will conclude day 1 play with games at 4 p.m.

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