Saanich skipper Paul Henderson

Team Henderson wins B.C. Jr. Men’s Curling championship

Saanich brothers Paul and Tim Henderson are two-fifths of the 2015 Tim Hortons BC Junior Championship rink.

Saanich brothers Paul and Tim Henderson are two-fifths of the 2015 Tim Hortons BC Junior Championship rink.

The duo features big brother Paul, 19, as skip and 16-year-old Tim (Lambrick secondary) as lead, with third Duncan Silversides, second Benton Boychuk-Chorne and Jacob Zorn, who shares the lead and second role with Boychuk-Chorne and Tim.

(INSET photo: Tim Henderson, left, and Benton Boychuk-Chorne, centre, sweep a Paul Henderson rock during the final match of the 2015 BC Junior Championship in Parksville on Jan. 3.)

Team Henderson beat Abbotsford’s Team Tanaka 9-8 in a thrilling final in Parksville on Jan. 3, the fourth-straight rink from the Victoria Curling Centre to win the B.C. junior men’s crown.

“It’s been my dream to win a B.C. title for longer than I can remember and it means the world to be able to represent B.C. at nationals … against some of the best young teams in Canada,” Paul said.

The rink will travel to Corner Brook, Nfld., for the 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships from Jan. 24 to Feb. 1.

Tim Henderson is also on Team B.C. for the upcoming Canada Winter Games, Feb. 13 to March 1 in Prince George.


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