Semifinals set at Farmers and Farmerettes bonspiel

The semifinals for the 67th annual Red Deer Farmer’s Bonspiel have been set.

The semifinals for the 67th annual Red Deer Farmer’s Bonspiel have been set.

Keith Glover and Miles Lewis are the latest two entries into today’s 3:30 p.m. semifinals, joining Jeff Bauer and Jim Birtch, who qualified Wednesday.

Glover advanced with a tight 4-3 win over Dale McMullen while Lewis edged Wayne Edmondson 8-7.

Meanwhile the two semifinals were also set in the B event when Ross Morrison downed Murray Stringer 9-0 and Jody Towers got past Doug Radmonski 7-6.

Don Bonham and Mel Johanson will also meet in the semifinals.

On the Farmerettes side, tonight’s 7:30 p.m. A-side final between Michelle Bradford and Corrine Lougheed was all set Wednesday.

The B final sees Brenda Williams taking on Gina Belich.

Farmer’s

Noon Draw

C Event: Dave Neufeld 6 Henry Rangen 5, Brian Lougheed 5 Ken Brown 4, Terry Silbernagel 8 Fred Knight 2, Tim Kriel 8 Darren LaGrange 4.

D Event: Len Ziegler 8 Gary Wagers 7, Jim Richardson 8 Steve Ramsay 5, John Stol 8 Charlie Whatley 6, Rob Purdie 7 John Evans 1.

12:30 p.m. Draw

A Event: Keith Glover 4 Dale McMullen 3, Miles Lewis 8 Wayne Edmondson 7.

B Event: Jody Towers 7 Doug Radomski 6, Ross Morrison 9 Murray Stringer 0.

D Event: Dale Ray 10 Richard Scott 1, Frank Olson 6 Dale Stannard 5, John Sahlin 8 Victor Lawrence 0, Roy Jamieson 7 Andy Belich 1.

5:30 p.m. Draw

E Event: Rangen 6 LaGrange 4, Ramsey 7 Evans 3, Knight 9 Brown 3, Whatley over Wagers.

Farmerettes

C Event: Jacquie Cummerford 7 Dorothy Dixon 5, Linda Dick 9 Laurie Duncan 0.

D Event: Mary Verbunt 9 Kerri Towers 8, Linda Steele 6 Sandy Phillips 2.

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