Northwest Territories Men's Curling Championship

The Northwest Territories Men's Curling Championship is the men's territorial championship for men's curling in the Northwest Territories. Beginning in 2015, the event serves as a direct qualifier to the Tim Hortons Brier, Canada's national men's curling championships. Prior to 2015, the event served as a qualifier for the Yukon/NWT Men's Curling Championship.

Winners (2015-present)

Event Winning Team Winning Club City Runner-up team Host Brier rec.
2019Jamie Koe, David Aho, Matthew Ng, Cole ParsonsYellowknife Curling ClubYellowknifeGreg Skauge, Tom Naugler, Brad Patzer, Jim SosiakYellowknifeT-13th (1-6)
2018Jamie Koe, Chris Schille, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert BordenYellowknife Curling ClubYellowknifeDavid Aho, Cole Parsons, Brett Zubot, Steve Moss (skip)Inuvik9th (4-4)
2017Jamie Koe, Chris Schille, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert BordenYellowknife Curling ClubYellowknifeKevin Whitehead, Chris Haichert, David Aho, Steve MossYellowknife12th (1-10)
2016Jamie Koe, Chris Schille, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert BordenYellowknife Curling ClubYellowknifeGreg Skauge, Tom Naugler, Brad Patzer, Jim SosiakHay River9th (3-8)
2015Jamie Koe, Mark Whitehead, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert BordenYellowknife Curling ClubYellowknifeSteve Moss, Ron Delmage, Brett Zubot, Matthew MillerInuvik12th (0-11)

Winners (up to 2014)

Event Winning Team
2014Jamie Koe, Kevin Whitehead, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert Borden [1]
2013Jamie Koe, Tom Naugler, Brad Chorostkowski, Robert Borden
2012Steve Moss, Brad Patzer, Cory Vanthuyne, Trevor Moss[2]
2011Jamie Koe, Tom Naugler, Brad Chorostkowski, Martin Gavin[3]
2010Greg Skauge, Brad Patzer, Rod Pielak, Jim Sosiak
2009Jamie Koe, Jon Solberg, Brad Chorostkowski, Martin Gavin[4]

References

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