Korea secure final play-off place as men's round-robin draws to a close

The men’s round-robin has drawn to a close and the final play-off team has been decided in the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017 tonight (Tuesday 7 November) at the Erina Ice Arena on the Australian Central Coast. Korea defeated Qatar 12-4 to secure the fourth placed position in the rankings and the remaining semi-final place.

Japan women join Korea and China in Pacific-Asia semi-finals

The Japanese women’s team at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships 2017, being held in the Erina Ice Arena, on Australia’s Central Coast, has secured its place in the events semi-finals. Japan, qualify along with Korea and China, so far. The final play-off spot is still available with two sessions of women’s round-robin games still to play.

Qatar win first ever international game

Qatar’s men’s team have won their first international curling game, since making their debut at the Pacific-Asia Curling Championships in 2016. They beat Kazakhstan 8-5 on Sunday (5 November) at the 2017 event being held in Erina, Ice Arena, on Australia’s Central Coast.

#PACC2017 hosts Australia, “Curling could be the destination sport”

Picture the scene. It’s November. You’re on the beach with your finest flip-flops – or crocs – soaking up the rays. You jump in the car and ten minutes later you are in a building discarding your flip-flops for some cosy socks and shoes. Your beach bod is now covered with a few layers of insulated clothing and those swim shorts are replaced by jeans and a blanket.

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