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Saskatchewan Shuffleboard Association Celebrating 25 years

Mixed Singles Shuffleboard Tournament 

Moose Jaw Saskatchewan July 15, 16,17,18 2019

Contact Millie Schultz :  306 983 0068 or



The CNSA IP Tournament will be held in Ingersoll, Ontario July 8 -12, 2019.  Complete details of the event will be posted on the CNSA Website in mid-November, 2018.

All provinces are invited to send both a men's and a lady's team of four players each to participate. The practice in Alberta has been to select teams via a playoff tournament.   Foothills Shuffleboard Association has agreed to host the playoff event at their facility in the High River Curling Club - on May 23 & 24 , 2019.  Entry fee for the playoff event will be $25 per player of which the club expects to donate about 75% back to the winning players to assist with travel costs. 

We will follow a double elimination process (a player must lose two games before being eliminated).  Brian Scott has agreed to prepare the charts.  Depending on the interest of the Alberta Shufflers we may select two men's and two ladies' teams.  For further information or to register for the event please contact Ken Wardley 403 651 6092/480 671 2454 or Brian Scott 403 896 5133.  Entries will close May 17, 2019.  


2019 CNSA Events 

Inter Provincial Tournament (IP) 

July 8-12, 2019

Ingersoll, Ontario


Results of the 2018 Memorial Team Tournament 


1) Del's Pets -  57 points

2) Texas Bandits - 56.5 points

3) Alberta Clippers - 54,5 points

4) Arizona Cubs - 53.5 points

5) Fortuna Gold - 43 points

6) Northern Gypsies - 39 points



1) Roadrunners  - 44.5 points

2) Old Gang - 42 points

3) BC Mountaineers - 38.5 points

4) Sask Prairie Pushers - 33 points

5) Sask Alta - 33 points

6) Therapists - 30 points

The Roadrunners and Northern Gypsies will switch divisions in 2019.   Pictures will follow soon.  Thanks for participating. We hope everyone had a good time.   


Shuffling is growing in small town Saskatchewan. 
Two rural communities have found alternative use for great facilities that already exist and are being underused in their communities. The Villages of VANGUARD and ELBOW are now rolling out shuffleboard courts and introducing our game to their communities. 
Jim Lawson (, Vanguard, has organized and brought in courts that are permanently placed in the communities underused curling rink. Jim reports that members meet 3 times a week and the games are on. Jim was introduced to Shuffling when he wintered in Yuma AZ and felt it would go over in Vanguard if people were introduced to it and had the opportunity to try it. He visited High River Alberta to see what they do and the rest is just hard work and dedication.
image1.JPGThis is how you make use of a perfectly good curling rink in Vanguard.
Meryl Joel winters in Mesa AZ. She wasn't satisfied with just summertime golf at the beautiful golf course on the shores of Lake Diefenbaker, so she convinced some friends to look at shuffling in Elbow SK.. They purchased rollout boards and other equipment  - the games began. They have established a governing board to work with other volunteer organizations in the community. They are looking at reciprocal visits with other shuffling communities in Saskatchewan .  Bob Nunweiler ( reports that they are gathering 3 times a week - all summer - and the interests continues to increase.
Four boards 'rolled out' in Elbow community hall.



Innisfail Tournament Accommodation Rates for 2018

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Days Inn (formerly the Best Western)
5010 40th AveFull hot breakfast
Innisfail, Alberta  T4G 1Z1Pool/Hot tub
403 227 4405Fitness Center
frontdesk@daysinninnisfail.com2 Queen Beds
Maximum 4 guests pre room - Tournament Rate - $109.99


Motel 6    
4512 42 AveBreakfast: Coffee/tea & Tim Horton's Muffins
Innisfail, AlbertaRecently Renovated
403 227 2214Free Wi-Fi 
2 Queen Beds - two guests $89.99     
1 Queen Bed - two guests $71.99


Super 8
4704 42 AveContinental cold breakfast
Innisfail, Alberta  T4G 1P6Lounge and Chinese restaurant on site
403 224 6001Free Wi-Fi 
2 Queen Beds - two guests - $79.99


Econo Lodge
5004 42 AveContinental Breakfast
Innisfail, Alberta  T4G 1S7Free Wi-Fi
403 227 5199  
1 or 2 Beds - $59.99


Dry Camping will again be available around the Curling Rink. No services available.  Please do not arrive to set up your unit before Sunday 2:30 pm.   Units must be parked in accordance with the town rules.   See tournament director on site. 

 Anthony Henday Campground: 40 treed sites all with 15 amp power, hot showers, firewood.  Phone 403 227 3508

 Discovery Wildlife Park - 65 powered sites (30 & 50 Amp services) 403 896 3272 or 403 227 3211