Kendra Lilly (born June 18, 1991) is a Canadian curler from Sudbury, Ontario. She is a three-time Northern Ontario junior champion skip. She is also the skip of the Laurentian University women's curling team.

Kendra Lilly
Born June 18, 1991 (age 22)

Sudbury, Ontario

Curling club North Bay Granite CC,

North Bay, Ontario

Skip Kendra Lilly
Third Laura Forget
Second Courtney Chenier
Lead Amanda Corkal
Hearts appearances 0
World Championship


Top CCA ranking N/A
Grand Slam victories 0
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Women's curling
Competitor for [1] Northern Ontario
Canadian Junior Curling Championships
Bronze 2010 Sorel-Tracy


Lilly won the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Northern Ontario Junior Curling Championships. This qualified her for the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in each of those years. At the 2010 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Lilly skipped the rink of Kim CurtinJennifer Gates and Kaitlynd Burns to a 9-3 round robin record. The team then lost to British Columbia's Dailene Sivertson in the semi-final, to finish third overall. At the 2011 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Lilly's team of Gates, Courtney Chenier and Curtin had a more disappointing tournament, going 6-6, and missing the playoffs. At the 2012 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, her team of Crystal Lillico, Chenier and Avery Thomas went 6-6 again, missing the playoffs.

Following her junior career, Lilly formed a women's team with Chenier, Laura Pickering-Forget and Joanne Comé-Forget. Lilly qualified with this team to her first provincial championship in 2013.

Lilly served as the alternate for the Tracy Horgan rink at the 2013 Olympic Pre-Trials. The team narrowly missed the playoffs losing the 'C' final qualifier, finishing with a 4-3 record.

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