We have new National Champions!

16 kwietnia 2015 16:40 Paweł Świątkowski

Last weekend Polish National Championships in curling were played in Warsaw. None of defending champions managed to win again this year. New champions, that will represent Poland in Esbjerg on European Curling Championships are: Kofeina/Team Caffeine (skip Marta Szeliga-Frynia) and Marlex Team (skip Tomasz Zioło). Both teams represent Silesian Curling Club in Katowice.

For Marlex this is a comeback after one-year break, when last year they were defeated by Sopot Curling Team. For some players women team this is also not a first-time when representing the country. Marta Szeliga-Frynia was playing on Europeans in 2004, 2006, 2007 and 2008. Krystyna Beniger, who is also in a team, played in 2004 and 2005.

Final standings:

  1. ŚKC Katowice Kofeina
  2. POS Łódź Kamyczek
  3. AZS Gliwice Rozbitki
  4. ŚKC Katowice Kamikaze
  5. POS Łódż [Cenzura]
  6. CCC Warszawa Minisie
  7. City CC Śfiry
  8. City CC Kino
  9. Baltic Ladies
  1. ŚKC Katowice Marlex
  2. KS Warszowice Junior
  3. Sopot Curling Team
  4. WCC Grey Wolves
  5. Axel Trzydozera.pl
  6. Sopot CC SCC
  7. POS Monkey Man
  8. AZS Gliwice Smok
  9. CCC Warszawa Mleko
  10. POS Łódź 30 Sth
  11. AZS Gliwice Ogień
  12. Gdański Klub Curlingowy
  13. AZS Gliwice Kowalczyk
  14. CCC Stone Dragons
  15. Sopot CC Tricity
  16. CCC Warszawa "3"
  17. Gdańsk KC G63
  18. POS Łódź Fazi

Winners:

  • Kofeina: Marta Szeliga-Frynia (s), Magdalena Muskus, Justyna Beck, Barbara Karwat, Magdalena Szyszko and Krystyna Beniger
  • Marlex: Tomasz Zioło (s), Konrad Stych, Bartosz Dzikowski, Michał Kozioł, Karol Kołodziej