2015 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships





  CHN   4       4   CHN      
KOR   5 Final KOR   KOR Final 7   KOR  
Semi-Final KOR   5   5   KOR Semi-Final  
JPN   3       3   NZL  



   Men P W L      Women P W L  
  CHN QF 8 7 1   CHN QF 8 8 0
  KOR QS 8 6 2   KOR QS 8 6 2
  JPN QS 8 3 5   NZL QS 9 4 5
  NZL   8 2 6   JPN   9 3 6
    AUS   8 2 6     AUS   8 0 8  
    Q: qualified for Final / Semi     Q: qualified for Final / Semi  

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Men's Draw & Results


Women's Draw & Results


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Korea men beat China 5-4. Photo: © NZ Curling / Ashleigh Smith
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24 Jan 2015 – New Zealand's Women secured the bronze medal on the final day of competition at the Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships 2015 in Naseby, Central Otago.

Korea’s Men and Women have qualified for the World Junior Curling Championships after their wins in the gold medal games

Both Korean side won semi-finals earlier in the day to face China. The Chinese sides had direct entry into the final after topping their round robin leaderboards.

New Zealand will line up against Korea in their Women's semi-final

23 Jan 2015 – The lineup is confirmed for the medal games at the Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships 2015 in Naseby, New Zealand after the last round robin and tiebreaker matches today.

China qualified at the top of both the Men’s and Women’s leaderboards to earn direct entry to their finals, and both Korea teams finished second for one semi-final berth.

Korea’s men will play Japan, while the other Women’s semi-finalist is New Zealand. The Kiwis scored 3 points in the ninth end to seal an 8-3 tiebreaker over Japan, after both finished with a 3 win - 5 loss record.

China vs NZ
Team China

22 Jan 2015 – The Men’s and Women’s teams from China and Korea confirmed their qualification for the playoff rounds at the Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships after the fourth day of play in Naseby, Central Otago today.

The early Women’s games were won by Korea 12-3 over Australia, and by China who were pushed hard by Japan before winning 8-6.

China’s skip Jiang Yilun was asked how her side handled the pressure of their matches. “We just focus on our game,” she said. “We just want to get better and better, improve through each game.”

NZ Women recorded their second win of the tournament

21 Jan 2015 – The second half of the double round robin at the Pacific-Asia Junior Curling Championships in Naseby, New Zealand on Wednesday afternoon saw some results from the first round reversed.

In the Men’s morning games a steal of 5 points in the ninth end sealed Japan’s 11-2 win over Australia, and a 3-pointer in the third was the difference for Korea to beat New Zealand 8-5.

The two afternoon Men’s matches had plenty of entertainment for the packed gallery. New Zealand’s Men recorded their first win of the week, stealing the last end from Australia for a 5-4 victory after a sweeping error saw the final Australian draw come up fractionally short.

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