Ontario Tankard

The Ontario Tankard is the Southern Ontario provincial championship for men's curling. The winner represents Team Ontario at the Tim Hortons Brier. The tournament is overseen by CurlON (formerly the Ontario Curling Association).

Ontario Tankard
Established1927
2022 host cityPort Elgin, Ontario
2022 arenaThe Plex
2022 championScott Howard
Current edition

Northern Ontario has its own provincial championship, known as the Northern Ontario Men's Provincial Curling Championship.

This championship is not to be confused with the Silver Tankard, historically also known as the Ontario Tankard (and until 1937 a Brier qualifier).

QualificationEdit

In 2020, nine teams qualified from two cash spiels (two each), a challenge round (two teams), plus the top three southern Ontario teams in the CTRS standings.

FormatEdit

The 2020 event had a nine team round robin followed by a three-team playoff.

Former NamesEdit

  • Ontario Silver Tankard: 1927[1]-1931
  • 1932: Round robin playoff between the winners of the Ontario Tankard, Canada Life Trophy and the Toronto Bonspiel.[2]
  • 1933: Winner was decided between a playoff between the winners of the Ontario Tankard and the Toronto Bonspiel.[3]
  • Ontario Silver Tankard: 1934-1937[4]
  • British Consols: 1938[5]-1979
  • Labatt Tankard: 1980-1985
  • Blue Light Tankard: 1986-1995
  • Nokia Cup: 1996-2003
  • Ontario Men's Curling Championship: 2004
  • Kia Cup: 2005-2006
  • TSC Stores Tankard: 2007-2009
  • Ontario Men's Curling Championship: 2010
  • The Dominion Tankard: 2011-2013
  • Travelers Tankard: 2014
  • Recharge with Milk Tankard: 2015-2017
  • Dairy Farmers of Ontario Tankard: 2018
  • Ontario Curling Championships: 2019–present

Brier representativesEdit

Listed below are the list of Ontario's representatives at the Brier that year. Brier champions indicated in bold. From 1927 to 1931, Toronto had a separate entry at the Brier.

1927–1931Edit

From 1927 to 1931, teams representing Ontario at the Brier were selected from the winning club at the Ontario Silver Tankard, a double rink event which has taken place since 1875.

Brier Brier representative team Winning Club City Host site Brier
Rec.
Brier Finish
1927 Bob McKenzie, Bill Watson, Mel Hunt, Harry Watson Sarnia Curling Club Sarnia Toronto[6] 3-4 T4th
1928 Vic McWilliams, Ed Brower, John Brandon, Bob Hamilton Granite Curling Club Toronto Toronto[7] 6-3 4th
1929 Frank Carew, Walter Reesor, Frank Williams, Dick Butler Lindsay Curling Club Lindsay Toronto[8] 4-5 6th
1930 H.A. Bruce, Wesley Binkley, M.A. Humber, J.W. Lloyd Stratford Curling Club Stratford Toronto[9] 3-6 T9th
1931 Ed Brower, John Rennie, John Brower, Bob Hamilton Granite Curling Club Toronto Toronto[10] 7-3 2nd

1932–1980Edit

There was no Brier from 1943 to 1945 due to World War II. Listed here for those years are the winners of the British Consols, the usual Brier qualifying event.

Brier Champion team Winning Club City Host site Brier
Rec.
Brier Finish
1932 Charles Bulley, John Brandon, Thomas Black, C.W. Defoe Granite Curling Club Toronto Toronto[11] 4-3 T3rd
1933 Gord Campbell, Donnie Campbell, Gord Coates, Duncan Campbell Thistle Curling Club Hamilton Toronto[12] 6-2 2nd
1934 Gord Campbell, Donnie Campbell, Gord Coates, Duncan Campbell Thistle Curling Club Hamilton Toronto[13] 5-2 2nd
1935 Gord Campbell, Donnie Campbell, Gord Coates, Duncan Campbell Thistle Curling Club Hamilton Toronto[14] 6-1 1st
1936 Hector Cowan, William McCart, Alex Hayes, Murray Chilton Sarnia Curling Club Sarnia Toronto[15] 5-4 T5th
1937 Albert Dunker, Irwin Huntington, Arthur Lehnen, Fred Hasenflug Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[16] 2-7 T7th
1938 Bert Hall, Percy Hall, Ernie Parkes, Campbell Seagram Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[17] 4-5 T5th
1939 Bert Hall, Percy Hall, Ernie Parkes, Campbell Seagram Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[18] 9-1 1st
1940 Bert Hall, Percy Hall, Ernie Parkes, Campbell Seagram Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[19] 4-5 T5th
1941 Percy Hall, Jack Lucas, Arthur Lehnen, William Henderson, Jr. Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[20] 7-2 2nd
1942 Gord Campbell, Duncan Campbell, Bill Kennedy, Rufus Stone Thistle Curling Club Hamilton Toronto[21] 7-2 T2nd
1943 K. F. Wadsworth, E. H. Pooler, C. H. Brereton, H. M. S. Parsons Toronto Granite Club Toronto Toronto[22] cancelled
1944 Percy Hall, Bert Hall, Arthur Lehnen, William Henderson, Jr. Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[23] cancelled
1945 Percy Hall, Bert Hall, Arthur Lehnen, William Henderson, Jr. Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[24] cancelled
1946 Percy Hall, Bert Hall, Arthur Lehnen, William Henderson, Jr. Granite Curling Club Kitchener Toronto[25] 5-4 T5th
1947 Nicol MacNicol, Edmond O'Donnell, Gordon Denison, Adam F. Spencer Toronto Curling Club Toronto Toronto[26] 3-6 8th
1948 Jack Patrick, Bill Meyer, Walter McGregor, Angus Oliver Galt Curling Club Galt Hamilton[27] 5-4 T4th
1949 Peter Gilbert, Gord Gilbert, Don Painter, John DeKoning Chatham Granite Curling Club Chatham Toronto[28] 5-4 4th
1950 Carl Asmussen, Larry Shantz, Cully Schmidt, Ed Shultz Granite Curling Club Kitchener Kitchener[29] 5-4 T4th
1951 Gord Campbell, Stan Jones, Reg Mooney, Colin Campbell Granite Curling Club Toronto Kingston[30] 6-4 T5th
1952 Ralph Clark, Vic Brown, Ken Bissett, Burritt Harrison Peterborough Curling Club Peterborough Toronto[31] 6-4 T3rd
1953 Gord Gilbert, Bob Gilbert, Jim Harrington, Peter Gilbert (skip)[32] Chatham Granite Curling Club Chatham Toronto[33] 4-6 8th
1954 Ross Tarleton, Bob Cross, Gord Wilson, Ernie Lock Thistle Curling Club Hamilton Orillia[34] 6-4 T3rd
1955 Andy Grant, Walter Derratt, Earl Hushagen, Ray Grant Royal Canadian Curling Club Toronto Galt 7-3 3rd
1956 Alf Phillips, Sr., Reg Mooney, Stanley Jones, Bill Leak Granite Curling Club Toronto Peterborough[35] 8-3 2nd
1957 Stan Sarjeant, Roy Hewitt, Earl Lamb, Harry Tissington Champlain Curling Club Orillia Kitchener[36] 6-4 5th
1958 Murray Roberts, Andy Grant, Ray Grant, George Rumney Unionville Curling Club Unionville Oshawa 7-3 3rd
1959 Ted Sellers, John Grant, Harold Lawrie, Carl Sellers Unionville Curling Club Unionville Sarnia 6-4 T4th
1960 Jake Edwards, Bob Elliott, Joe Corkey, George Binnington Kingston Curling Club Kingston Welland 7-3 4th
1961 Tom Caldwell, Ross Coward, Doc Behan, Frank Milligan Champlain Curling Club Orillia Ottawa[37] 5-5 T6th
1962 Bayne Secord, Vern Larsen, Russ Lindberg, Dave McDunough Tam Heather Country Club Agincourt Owen Sound 6-4 5th
1963 Bob Mann, Ken Buchan, Keith Munro, Rich Palmer Hanover Curling Club Hanover Hamilton[38] 6-4 T4th
1964 Bob Mann, Ken Buchan, Keith Munro, Rich Palmer Hanover Curling Club Hanover Niagara Falls 5-5 T5th
1965 Ray Grant, Keith Jewett, Ray McGee, Al Claney Unionville Curling Club Unionville Cobourg 5-5 T5th
1966 Joe Gurowka, Tom Howat, Ken Ingo, Don Mackey Dixie Curling Club Cooksville Brampton[39] 8-3 2nd
1967 Alf Phillips, Jr., John Ross, Ron Manning, Keith Reilly Parkway Curling Club Toronto Orillia[40] 9-1 1st
1968 Don Gilbert, Al Zikman, Jimmy Waite, Dick Donald St. Thomas Curling Club St. Thomas Kingston[41] 6-4 T4th
1969 Ken Buchan, Garry Weisz, Mitch Czaja, Ross Guest London Curling Club London London[42] 2-8 T9th
1970 Paul Savage, Tom Cushing, Jerry Downer, Dave Phillips Terrace Curling Club Toronto Oshawa[43] 4-6 T6th
1971 Bob Charlebois, Rich Palmer, Ray Lilly, Jim McGrath Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Guelph 5-5 T4th
1972 Eldon Coombe, Keith Forgues, Jim Patrick, Barry Provost Ottawa Curling Club Ottawa Gloucester[44] 6-4 T3rd
1973 Paul Savage, Bob Thomson, Ed Werenich, Ron Green Scarboro Golf & Country Club Scarborough Orillia 6-4 T2nd
1974 Paul Savage, Bob Thomson, Ed Werenich, Ron Green Scarboro Golf & Country Club Scarborough East York[45] 6-4 T3rd
1975 Alex Scott, Ted Brown, Mike Boyd, Tom Miller Cataraqui Golf and Country Club Kingston Cambridge[46] 6-5 T5th
1976 Joe Gurowka, Bob Charlebois, Ray Lilly, Jim McGrath Dixie Curling Club Mississauga Peterborough[47] 3-8 T10th
1977 Paul Savage, Ed Werenich, Ron Green, Reid Ferguson Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Brantford 8-3 T2nd
1978 Gerry Hodson, Barry Paterson, Glen Webster, Ross Guest London Curling Club London St. Catharines 4-7 10th
1979 Bob Fedosa, Bob Turcotte, Craig Garratt, Doug Morrison Annandale Country Club Ajax St. Thomas 6-5 T4th
1980 Russ Howard, Larry Merkley, Robert Ruston, Kent Carstairs Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Brampton 5-6 T6th

1981–presentEdit

A playoff was added to the event in 1981.[48] The 2021 Tankard was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ontario.

Brier Champion team Winning Club City Host site Runner-up skip (club) Brier
Rec.
Brier Finish
1981 Ed Werenich, Bob Widdis, Neil Harrison, Jim McGrath Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Markham Ron Manning (Keene)[48] 7-5 4th
1982 Bruce Munro, Bob Laidlaw, Clive Bowden, Bruce Paterson Forest City Curling Club London Brantford Dave Walker (Avonlea)[49] 5-6 T6th
1983 Ed Werenich, Paul Savage, John Kawaja, Neil Harrison Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Burlington Bill Walsh (Navy)[50] 11-1 1st
1984 Ed Werenich, Paul Savage, John Kawaja, Neil Harrison Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Peterborough Bob Turcotte (Oshawa)[51] 10-5 2nd
1985 Earle Morris, Lovel Lord, Dave Merklinger, Bill Fletcher RCN (Navy) Curling Club Ottawa Kingston Jim Sharples (Dixie)[52] 5-6 T7th
1986 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Richmond Hill Wayne Tallon (Navy)[53] 10-3 2nd
1987 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Chatham Ed Werenich (Avonlea)[54] 10-2 1st
1988 Paul Savage, Ed Werenich, Graeme McCarrel, Neil Harrison Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Nepean Russ Howard (Penetanguishene)[55] 8-4 3rd
1989 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Tim Belcourt, Kent Carstairs Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Trenton Ed Werenich (Avonlea)[56] 8-4 3rd
1990 Ed Werenich, John Kawaja, Ian Tetley, Pat Perroud Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Chatham Bob Fedosa (Brampton)[57] 11-1 1st
1991 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Owen Sound Kirk Ziola (Highland) 6-5 T5th
1992 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Nepean Mike Harris (Tam Heather)[58] 9-4 2nd
1993 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Trenton Mike Harris (Tam O'Shanter)[59] 11-3 1st
1994 Russ Howard, Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Peter Corner Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene St. Thomas Axel Larsen (Guelph)[60] 9-4 2nd
1995 Ed Werenich, John Kawaja, Pat Perroud, Neil Harrison Avonlea Curling Club Don Mills Kingston Russ Howard (Penetanguishene) 8-5 4th
1996
Details
Bob Ingram, Larry Smyth, Robert Rumfeldt, Jim Brackett Ridgetown Curling Club Ridgetown Pickering Russ Howard (MacTier) 4-7 T9th
1997
Details
Ed Werenich, John Kawaja, Pat Perroud, Neil Harrison Churchill Curling Club Churchill Guelph Wayne Middaugh (St. George's) 7-5 4th
1998
Details
Wayne Middaugh, Graeme McCarrel, Ian Tetley, Scott Bailey St. George's Golf & Country Club Etobicoke Peterborough Phil Daniel (Tilbury) 12-1 1st
1999
Details
Rich Moffatt, Howard Rajala, Chris Fulton, Paul Madden Rideau Curling Club Ottawa Brantford Phil Daniel (Tilbury) 6-5 6th
2000
Details
Peter Corner, Todd Brandwood, Drew Macklin, Dwayne Pyper Glendale Golf & Country Club Hamilton Nepean Wayne Middaugh (St. George's) 8-4 5th
2001
Details
Wayne Middaugh, Graeme McCarrel, Ian Tetley, Scott Bailey St. George's Golf & Country Club Islington Woodstock John Morris (Stayner) 9-4 3rd
2002
Details
John Morris, Joe Frans, Craig Savill, Brent Laing Stayner Curling Club Stayner Belleville Phil Daniel (Kingsville) 9-5 2nd
2003
Details
Bryan Cochrane, Bill Gamble, Ian MacAulay, John Steski RCMP Curling Club Ottawa Mississauga Peter Corner (Glendale) 5-6 T7th
2004
Details
Mike Harris, John Base, Phil Loevenmark, Trevor Wall Oakville Curling Club Oakville Owen Sound Glenn Howard (Coldwater) 6-5 6th
2005
Details
Wayne Middaugh, Graeme McCarrel, Joe Frans, Scott Bailey St. George's Golf & Country Club Islington Whitby Glenn Howard (Coldwater) 6-5 T5th
2006
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Guelph Wayne Middaugh (St. George's) 11-2 2nd
2007
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Sarnia Wayne Middaugh (St. George's) 11-2 1st
2008
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Waterloo Peter Corner (Brampton) 11-3 2nd
2009
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Woodstock Peter Corner (Brampton) 9-4 3rd
2010
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Napanee Bryan Cochrane (Rideau) 12-1 2nd
2011
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Grimsby Greg Balsdon (Loonie) 10-4 2nd
2012
Details
Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Stratford Peter Corner (Brampton) 12-1 1st
2013
Details
Glenn Howard, Wayne Middaugh, Brent Laing, Craig Savill Coldwater & District Curling Club Coldwater Barrie Joe Frans (Bradford) 11-3 3rd
2014
Details
Greg Balsdon, Mark Bice, Tyler Morgan, Jamie Farnell, Steve Bice Glendale Golf & Country Club Hamilton Smiths Falls Glenn Howard (Penetanguishene) 5-6 8th
2015
Details
Mark Kean, Mathew Camm, David Mathers, Scott Howard Fenelon Falls Curling Club Fenelon Falls Dorchester John Epping (Annandale) 5-6 8th
2016
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, Adam Spencer, Scott Howard St. George's Golf & Country Club Etobicoke Brantford John Epping (Donalda) 4-7 8th
2017
Details
Glenn Howard, Richard Hart, David Mathers, Scott Howard St. George's Golf & Country Club Etobicoke Coburg Wayne Tuck Jr. (Brantford) 4-7 9th
2018
Details
John Epping, Mathew Camm, Patrick Janssen, Tim March Leaside Curling Club East York Huntsville Glenn Howard (St. George's) 9-4 3rd
2019
Details
Scott McDonald, Jonathan Beuk, Wesley Forget, Scott Chadwick Cataraqui Golf & Country Club Kingston Elmira John Epping (Leaside) 6-5 6th
2020
Details
John Epping, Ryan Fry, Mathew Camm, Brent Laing Leaside Curling Club East York Cornwall Glenn Howard (Penetanguishene) 8-5 5th
2021
Cancelled[61]
John Epping, Ryan Fry, Mathew Camm, Brent Laing Leaside Curling Club East York N/A N/A 7–5 7th
2022
Details
Scott Howard, Adam Spencer, David Mathers, Tim March, Glenn Howard (DNP) Penetanguishene Curling Club Penetanguishene Port Elgin John Epping (Leaside) 4-4 9th

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