Springland Manufacturing was established in 1985 by Henry, John and Herman Lepp. Springland develops, manufactures and markets grain handling equipment for farm and commercial storage bins. Springland specialize in bin unloading systems and commercial series bin sweeps. Other products manufactured are air seeder and filling augers as a finished sub-component. Setting the Standard and leading the way Springland products are marketed world wide.
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Team Stoughton is excited to announce that we will be continuing our partnership with Wall Grain Handling Systems.
“Wall Grain Handling Systems is one of the largest independent grain bin and grain dryer dealers in Western Canada. Since our inception in 1984, Wall Grain has strived to be the best; whether in construction services, grain handling innovation, or cutting edge technology our entire team works hard to maintain our reputation as a quality organization.”
To learn more about Wall Grain Handling Systems click here
We are excited to announce that Team Stoughton will continue to wear Asham Curling Supplies next season. All four of us used Asham last season and we are excited to be doing the same in the upcoming year. We need the best product to help us reach our goals for next season and fortunately we are lucky enough to be equipped with the best in Asham Curling Supplies.
“Mr. Arnold Asham’s passion for curling, along with his natural propensity to explore new ways to better the game, led him to a whole new world of product design. As a result, all Asham Curling Supplies products are designed with the curler in mind. Asham Curling Supplies products are thoughtfully constructed to benefit the player in all aspects of their game. The intelligence incorporated into Asham products is an attribute of being designed by Mr. Asham himself.”
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We are very excited to announce that Team Stoughton will be using Performance brooms next season. We will also be using the new Performance TX pad.
PERFORMANCE BRUSHES, the choice of many champions.
The Brush seen on T.V. during Championships :
Nationals : Scott, Brier, Juniors, Seniors
Worlds and Olympics
To find out more about our choice in brooms click here
Team Stoughton is excited to announce that McMunn & Yates Building Supplies will be joining us next season.
Since 1971, McMunn & Yates Building Supplies has been “helping you build better… at great prices everyday!” With many locations throughout Manitoba, our team of building professionals ready to assist you with your next project.
To check out more on McMunn & Yates click here
Check out our updated 2014/15 Season Schedule.
Check out these articles on how the new Team Stoughton was formed.
Team Stoughton is excited to announce our new line-up for the 2014-15 season. The new team consists of Rob Fowler, Alex Forrest and Connor Njegovan. The team’s main goals for next season are to compete in the 5 Grand Slam of Curling Events which start off in Selkirk, Manitoba Oct 28- Nov 2, as well as represent Manitoba at the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary, Alberta February 4-6. However, right now our focus is on sponsorship and off-season training to make sure we are all ready to go once September rolls around. Don’t forget to check out our updated Bio’s and to “like” Team Stoughton on Facebook and “follow” @TeamJStoughton on Twitter.
March was an up and down month for Team Stoughton. It all started at the Tim Horton’s Brier in Kamloops where we were looking to move up the podium from the 2013 Brier where we finished runner-up. Unfortunately for us, we ended up moving the wrong way on the podium and finished the brier in 3rd place and coming home with the bronze medal. Not quite the color that we were looking for, but we are proud of the effort we put in to prepare for the event and felt like we put ourselves in a great spot to challenge for the championship. Special Congratulations to Mark Nichols for being named All-Star second for the Brier.
Immediately following the Brier we traveled to Fort McMurray for the Syncrude National – Grand Slam event. We struggled to find our game during this event and finished with a 2-3 record and out of the playoffs. We’d like to say a special thank you to all the volunteers and event staff in Fort McMurray who put off a great event even through some difficult circumstances. We are sure future events will be held in this area and know that all competitors would love to be a part of any event held!!
Finally, Team Stoughton traveled to Grand Prairie for the Pomeroy Inn and Suites Prairie Showdown. Here, we put together some pretty good games in a row and after 6 wins in a row, we found ourselves in the final vs. Team McEwen. It was a back and forth game, but we fell short by a score of 6-5. Special thanks to everyone involved in putting this event off. It was another great event, and one we hope to have the pleasure in playing in once again.
With April comes the final event of the season – The Players Championship, which takes place in Summerside, PEI. The Players is always a great spiel featuring the 12 best men’s and women’s teams from this past season. Thanks to everyone for their support over the season. It is much appreciated
Striving for perfection..
Team Stoughton announces that they will be shaking up their lineup for the 2014 Brier, with Mark and Reid switching positions.
The background is that first and foremost, Team Stoughton is always looking at ways to improve and get the most out of our game. We recognize how important it is to consistently build and manage ends from start to finish, no matter the situation. Our competition is fierce and requires you to play at the highest level possible.
In examining our team, we came to the conclusion that we may not be maximizing the skill set everyone brings to the game. In Reid, we have one of the great touch players in the game today. Mark has mastered the lead position in a short time yet we haven’t forgot what he’s known for most! Mark is an outstanding takeout artist and we believe this switch in roles will maximize the skill-set that these two possess. It may just add that tiny percentage that is the difference between winning and losing at the highest level!
As a team we have decided to make this switch because we believe it will give us the best chance to maximize the talents we each possess. It’s a commitment to our team and being the best we can be!