The deadline to register for the annual 800 CHAB Moose Jaw Youth Bonspiel is quickly coming up. 

The bonspiel is open to all school-aged curlers that will compete in two open divisions on Nov. 27 and 28 at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre. 

The U15 Division is open to curlers 14 years of age and under on June 30. The U18 Division is open to curlers 17 years of age and under as of June 30. 

Coaches must be at least 21 years of age and completed the Respect in Sport course. 

Each team will be guaranteed three games with the U15 division playing six-end games and the U8 division playing eight-end games. 

Teams can be made up of boys, girls or any combination of mixed. 

Gift cards will be presented to the finalists in each division.

Registration fees are $120 per team for both divisions.

All teams must fill out a registration form. Forms can be emailed or filled out before the first game. 

For more information, you can call 306-624-2048 or email

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