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Posted: 01/23/2013 1:00 AM | Comments: 0

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MCA winners

125th MCA Bonspiel concluded Monday night. Here is a list of winners in the different events.

Asham Event: Mark Lukowich (West Kildonan Curling Club)

Safeway Lucerne: Sean Grassie (Deer Lodge)

Winnipeg Free Press: Chinese National team

Bituminex Paving: Dennis Bohn (Assiniboine Memorial)

Manitoba Hydro: Mike Hebert (St. Vital)

Chas Fidler & Son: Ryan Young (Springfield)

Thecurler.com: Ken Dusablon (Fort Rouge)

Lafarge Construction: Peter Wiebe (Wildewood)

Lazer Grant: Larry Taylor (Alberta)

8-ender: Ken Owens (Fort Rouge)

Manitoba Pork Council: Brent Duncan (Virden)

Monsanto Canada: Brian Gagnon (Fort Rouge)

Metric Marketing: Randy Neufeld (LaSalle)

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 23, 2013 C4

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