The Cheam Skating Club seven take on the best from BC and the Yukon at the Autumn Leaves competition.

Seven skaters at Autumm Leaves

Chilliwack's Cheam Skating Club hosts three days of top level competition this weekend at Twin Rinks.

Seven girls from the Cheam Skating Club take on BC’s best this weekend at the Super Series Autumn Leaves competition.

Cate Ngieng, Tatyana Martz, Natasha Unruh, Celina Peters, Madison Metcalfe, Sofia Ngieng and Ceilidh Ross enjoy home-rink advantage for the three-day event that runs today (Friday), tomorrow and Sunday at Twin Rinks.

They are coached by Denis Kondrashin.

This is the fourth Super Series event of the young season, open to skaters from BC and the Yukon.

It is the first of two major events being hosted by Chilliwack, which welcomes the BC Coast Region Championship Winterskate in early February.

Four of the Chilliwack girls skate Friday, starting with Cate Ngieng and Martz at 10:35 a.m.

Unruh does her thing at 1:55 p.m. and Peters has a late slot, skating at 8:25 p.m.

Saturday’s schedule sees Metcalfe performing bright and early at 7:30 a.m. followed by Sofia Ngieng at 6:05 p.m. and Ross at 9 p.m.

More can be found online at skatinginbc.com/competitions/super-series/2015-super-series-autumn-leaves

See cheamskating.com for local info.

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