1960 Joyce McKee Team
Canadian Women's Curling Champions
Curling out of the Hub City Curling Club, the 1960 McKee team captured their fifth city championship in seven years, advancing to the northern playdowns. At the northern playdowns, the McKee team went undefeated in seven games, and then won the provincials in straight games in their best-of-three series. With this victory, the team earned the right to represent Saskatchewan at the Western Canada championships in Victoria.
At the Westerns, Saskatchewan met Alberta in the final with equal standings of 4-1 and defeated the Alberta rink in an exciting 14-11 showdown, finishing the tournament with five wins, one loss. The West vs. East Canadian final was held in Oshawa with the McKee team defeating the Eastern champions, Quebec, in two straight games, 11-3 and 8-5, to win the Canadian championship.
Joyce McKee (skip), Sylvia Fedoruk (third), Donna (Paton) Belding (second), Muriel Coben (lead)