Bin There Dump That is thrilled to have Team Flaxey


Bin There Dump That is thrilled to have Team Flaxey represent us for the 2017-2018 Grand Slam of Curling tour season! Discover more about them here

Allison Flaxey
Clancy Grandy
Lynn Kreviazuk
Morgan Court
Birthdate: Feb. 13, 1985
Birthplace: Winnipeg, MB
Resides: Caledon East, ON
Birthdate: Dec. 27, 1990
Birthplace: Burlington, ON
Resides: Toronto, ON
Birthdate: May 2, 1991
Birthplace: Ottawa, ON
Resides: Ottawa, ON
Birthdate: Feb. 18, 1985
Birthplace: Vancouver, BC
Resides: Guelph, ON
– Masters champion (2016)
– Ontario Scotties champion (2014)
– World Mixed Doubles Championship bronze medallist (2009)
– Canadian Mixed Championship winner (2009)
– Manitoba junior champion (2001)
– Masters champion (2016)
– Ontario junior champion (2011)
– Masters champion (2016)
– Ontario Scotties champion (2014)
– Winter Universiade silver medallist (2015)
– U Sports/Curling Canada Championships winner (2014)
– World Junior Championship silver medallist (2010)
– Canadian Junior Championship gold medallist (2010)
– Three-time Ontario junior champion (2009, 2010 & 2011)
– Canada Winter Games gold medallist (2007)
– Masters champion (2016)
– Ontario Scotties champion (2014)


Allison Flaxey broke onto the curling scene at age 15 winning the Manitoba provincial junior title in 2001. She captured the 2009 Canadian mixed championship playing third for Sean Grassie and the two represented Canada at the 2009 world mixed doubles championship where they earned a bronze medal.

After playing competitively in Alberta for a few seasons, Flaxey moved to Ontario in 2011. Her team featuring third Katie Cottrill, second Lynn Kreviazuk and lead Morgan Court won the Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts in 2014.

Kreviazuk previously played with Team Homan capturing the Canada Winter Games gold medal in 2007 and back-to-back provincial junior titles in 2009 and 2010. She also earned gold at the Canadian junior women’s championship and silver at the world juniors in 2010. Kreviazuk won her third consecutive Ontario junior title in 2011 on Clancy Grandy’s team. She also claimed a Canadian university curling title for the Carleton Ravens in 2014 to represent Canada at the 2015 Winter Universiade.

Grandy joined Team Flaxey at third in 2015.

Team Flaxey’s banner moment in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series came at the 2016 WFG Masters. Flaxey stole victories through the tiebreaker, quarterfinals and the semifinals stages to reach the championship game against Team Homan. Flaxey defeated the defending champion 6-3 to capture her first career Grand Slam title.