Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships Results – Jr Men and Jr Women

The Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships was replaced by the World Junior “B” Curling Championships in 2016. To see the results continue on for the Junior teams click: World Junior “B” Results.

Australian Junior Men’s Teams

YearPACC HostRankingRecordTeam
2015Naseby,
New Zealand
5th of 5 teams2-6Dean Hewitt, Maxwell Thomas, Mitchell Thomas, Grant Hamsey, Tyler Hogan
2014Harbin, China5th of 5 teams0-8Maxwell Thomas, Dean Hewitt, Mitchell Thomas, Grant Hamsey
2013Tokoro, Japan5th of 5 teams0-8Maxwell Thomas, Dean Hewitt, Sam Williams, Grant Hamsey, Mitchell Thomas
2012Jeonju, Korea5th of 5 teams0-8Angus Young, Dean Hewitt, Maxwell Thomas, Sam Williams, Grant Hamsey
2011Naseby,
New Zealand
5th of 5 teams0-8Maxwell Thomas, Angus Young, Daniel Ross, Grant Hamsey, Sam Williams
2010Nayoro, Japan5th of 5 teams0-8Maxwell Thomas, Mitchell Frew, Daniel Ross, Angus Young
2006Beijing, China5th of 5 teams0-8Matthew Mitchard, Thomas Daykin, Levi Tedge, Matthew Nottage
2005Tokoro, Japan5th of 5 teams0-8James Saunders, James Facey, Ashley Banks, Sean Slade, Todd Hamling

Australian Junior Women’s Teams

YearPACC HostRankingRecordTeam
2015Naseby,
New Zealand
5th of 5 teams0-8Victoria Wilson, Samantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Ivy Millitano
2014Harbin, China5th of 5 teams1-7Victoria Wilson, Samantha Jeffs, Tahli Gill, Kirby Gill, Ivy Millitano
2013Tokoro, Japan5th of 5 teams0-8Victoria Wilson, Marlene Corgat-Taylor, Kelsey Hamsey, Tahli Gill, Samantha Jeffs
2012Jeonju, Korea5th of 5 teams0-8Victoria Wilson, Marlene Corgat-Taylor, Shontelle Walker, Tahli Gill
2011Naseby,
New Zealand
5th of 5 teams0-8Victoria Wilson, Kelsey Hamsey, Maddison McLaughlin, Marlene, Corgat-Taylor
2009Harbin, China5th of 5 teams0-8Madeleine Kate Wilson, Victoria Wilson, Kelsey Hamsey, Emma Lin, Kirby Ross
2005Tokoro, Japan5th of 5 teams0-8Brigitte Brousil, Skye Gibbs, Jodie Edgerton, Kristina Wilby