MCT Championships

The Manitoba Curling Tour (MCT) Championships is an annual bonspiel on the men's and women's World Curling Tour. It has been part of the WCT since 2013.

The "furthest advancing eligible team" earns a berth to the provincial championships (the Viterra Championship for men and the Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts for women). This has been the case since 2002-03.

Qualification for events on the Manitoba Curling Tour requires an affiliation fee which is paid into the purse of the MCT Championships. The event has been held since the 1991-92 season for men and the 1996-97 season for women.[1]

Past men's champions (since 2009)

YearWinning teamRunner up teamPurse (CAD)Winner's shareHost
2009Mike McEwen
2011[2]William Lyburn, James Kirkness, Alex Forrest, Greg MelnichukAllan Lyburn, Richard Daneault, Derek Samagalski, Ross Granger$16,600$5,000Morris
2012[3]Sean Grassie, Corey Chambers, Kody Janzen, Stuart ShiellsScott Ramsay, Mark Taylor, Ross McFadyen, Kyle Werenich$9,200$2,000Beausejour
2013[4]William Kuran, Kelly Marnoch (skip), Branden Jorgensen, Chris CameronWilliam Lyburn, Alex Forrest, Connor Njegovan, Tyler Forrest$9,200$2,000Beausejour
2014[5]David Bohn, Bryan Galbraith, Dennis Bohn, Larry SolomonDaley Peters, Brendan Taylor, Taren Gesell, Greg Melnichuk$8,000$1,600Winnipeg
2015[6]William Lyburn, Jason Gunnlaugson, Richard Daneault, Braden ZawadaAlex Forrest, Travis Bale, Ian McMillan, Connor Njegovan$11,500$2,500Dauphin
2016[7]David Bohn, Justin Richter, Tyler Forrest, Bryce J. McEwenBraden Calvert, Kyle Kurz, Lucas Van Den Bosch, Brendan Wilson$8,500$2,000Dauphin
2017[8]Jason Gunnlaugson, Alex Forrest, Ian McMillan, Connor NjegovanPat Simmons, Colton Lott, Kyle Doering, Robbie Gordon$7,500$2,000East St. Paul
2018[9]Riley Smith, Nick Curtis, Jared Hancox, Trevor GrenkowTy Dilello, Hayden Forrester, Brennan Sampson, Brendan Wilson$4,400Morris[10]
2019[11]Ryan Wiebe, Carter Watkins, Sean Flatt, Adam FlattDennis Bohn, Neil Kitching, Kody Janzen, Daniel Hunt$6,000$2,400Winnipeg

Past women's champions (since 2011)

YearWinning teamRunner up teamPurse (CAD)Winner's share
2011[12]Chelsea Carey, Kristy Jenion, Kristen Foster, Lindsay TitheridgeKim Link, Maureen Bonar, Colleen Kilgallen, Renee Fletcher$8,100$2,350
2012[13]Barb Spencer, Katie Spencer, Ainsley Champagne, Raunora WestcottJanet Harvey, Cherie-Ann Loder, Kristin Loder, Carey Kirby$7,600$1,800
2013[14]Joelle Brown, Alyssa Vandepoele, Jolene Rutter, Kelsey HindsMichelle Montford, Lisa DeRiviere, Sara Van Walleghem, Sarah Neufeld$7,600$1,880
2014[15]Michelle Montford, Lisa DeRiviere, Sara Van Walleghem, Sarah NeufeldBarb Spencer, Katie Spencer, Holly Spencer, Sydney Arnal$8,000$1,600
2015[16]Michelle Wiens, Lisa DeRiviere, Sara Van Walleghem, Sarah NeufeldJoelle Brown, Alyssa Vanderpoele, Erika Sigurdson, Lindsay Baldock$9,500$2,500
2016[17]Darcy Robertson, Karen Klein, Vanessa Foster, Michelle MaddenShannon Birchard, Nicole Sigvaldason, Sheyna Andries, Mariah Mondor$4,250$1,750
2017[18]Shannon Birchard, Nicole Sigvaldason, Sheyna Andries, Mariah MondorKerri Einarson, Selena Kaatz, Liz Fyfe, Kristin MacCuish$6,500$2,000
2018[19]Beth Peterson, Jenna Loder, Katherine Doerksen, Melissa GordonAlyssa Calvert, Tanya Enns, Pam Robins, Roz Taylor$3,700
2019[20]Kristy Watling, Christine MacKay, Taylor Maida, Katrina ThiessenBeth Peterson, Jenna Loder, Katherine Doerksen, Melissa Gordon$2,500$1,200

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