Nova Scotia Men's Molson Provincial Championship


Nova Scotia Men's Molson Provincial Championship

The Nova Scotia Men's Molson Provincial Championship (also known as the Molson Tankard) is the Nova Scotia provincial championship for men's curling. The winner represents Team Nova Scotia at the Tim Hortons Brier. Previously, it was known as the Johnson Cup (1927-1939); British Consols (1940-1979), the Labatt Tankard, Keith's Tankard and the Molson Scotia Cup.

Qualification

14 teams are selected from a "North" and "South" zone playdown to play in the Nova Scotia provincial championship. Two final teams are selected from a last chance qualifier. It should be noted due to the large amount of teams from the Mayflower Club, those teams are divided into North and South regions.

Winners

Year Skip Winning Club
2012 TBA
2011 Shawn Adams Mayflower Curling Club
2010 Ian Fitzner-LeBlanc Mayflower Curling Club
2009 Mark Dacey Mayflower Curling Club
2008 Brian Rafuse Bridgewater Curling Club
2007 Mark Kehoe Windsor Curling Club
2006 Mark Dacey Mayflower Curling Club
2005 Shawn Adams Bridgewater Curling Club
2004 Mark Dacey Mayflower Curling Club
2003 Mark Dacey Mayflower Curling Club
2002 Shawn Adams Bridgewater Curling Club
2001 Mark Dacey Mayflower Curling Club
2000 Shawn Adams Bridgewater Curling Club
1999 Paul Flemming Mayflower Curling Club
1998 Paul Flemming Mayflower Curling Club
1997 Lowell Goulden Dartmouth Curling Club
1996 Brian Rafuse Bridgewater Curling Club
1995 Bruce Lohnes Truro Curling Club
1994 Alan O'Leary Dartmouth Curling Club
1993 Alan O'Leary Dartmouth Curling Club
1992 Dave Joens CFB Halifax Curling Club
1991 Dan Bentley Halifax Curling Club
1990 Alan Darragh Dartmouth Curling Club
1989 Ragnar Kamp Turo Curling Club
1988 Thomas Hakansson Darmouth Curling Club
1987 Ted Hennigar Stellar Curling Club
1986 Bill Campbell Mayflower Curling Club
1985 Tom Hakansson Dartmouth Curling Club
1984 Ragnar Kamp Bluenose Curling Club
1983 Steve Ogden Mayflower Curling Club
1982 Lowell Goulden Dartmouth Curling Club
1981 Alan Darragh Dartmouth Curling Club
1980 Peter Hope Dartmouth Curling Club
1979 Alan Darragh Dartmouth Curling Club
1978 Alan Darragh Dartmouth Curling Club
1977 Bob Fitzner CFB Halifax Curling Club
1976 Alf Romain Mayflower Curling Club
1975 Dick Boyce Dartmouth Curling Club
1974 Barry Sharer Halifax Curling Club
1973 Peter Hope Dartmouth Curling Club
1972 Barry Shearer Halifax Curling Club
1971 Frank Hoare Truro Curling Club
1970 Ron Franklyn Mayflower Curling Club
1969 Peter Hope Dartmouth Curling Club
1968 Don Flemming Mayflower Curling Club
1967 Ron Franklyn Mayflower Curling Club
1966 Vic Snarr Halifax Curling Club
1965 Ron Franklyn Mayflower Curling Club
1964 Ian Baird Glooscap Curling Club
1963 Ian Baird Glooscap Curling Club
1962 Jim Florian Dartmouth Curling Club
1961 Jim Florian Dartmouth Curling Club
1960 Ian Baird Glooscap Curling Club
1959 Art Forbes Amherst Curling Club
1958 Don Bauld Halifax Curling Club
1957 Ralph Simmons Bridgewater Curling Club
1956 Gerry Glintz Truro Curling Club
1955 Gerry Glintz Truro Curling Club
1954 Reg Piercy Mayflower Curling Club
1953 Barney Haines Bridgewater Curling Club
1952 Henry Blanchard Truro Curling Club
1951 Don Oyler Glooscap Curling Club
1950 Barney Haines Bridgewater Curling Club
1949 Horace Webb Halifax Curling Club
1948 Gerry Glintz Sydney Curling Club
1947 Jeffrey Flynn Mayflower Curling Club
1946 George MacIntosh Halifax Curling Club
1945 Gerry Glintz Halifax Curling Club
1944 Gerry Glintz Halifax Curling Club
1943 L. D. Hopkins Dartmouth Curling Club
1942 Irving Hebb Bridgewater Curling Club
1941 F. W. Heath Dartmouth Curling Club
1940 Stanley Rafuse Bridgewater Curling Club
1939 Charles Durant Mayflower Curling Club
1938 Charles Durant Mayflower Curling Club
1937 Hugh Ferguson Truro Curling Club
1936 Murray Macneill Halifax Curling Club
1935 Charles Durant Mayflower Curling Club
1934 Harold Anslow Windsor Curling Club
1933 J. A. Cunningham Bluenose Curling Club
1932 Murray Macneill Halifax Curling Club
1931 Henry McLeod Mayflower Curling Club
1930 Murray Macneill Halifax Curling Club
1929 H. St. Clair Silver Halifax Curling Club
1928 Henry Stevenson Sydney Curling Club
1927 Murray Macneill Halifax Curling Club

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