The round-robin action at the New Brunswick Women’s Scotties Championship runs from Wednesday, January 26 to Saturday, January 29 with the final round-robin draw going at 9am at Curling Beauséjour Inc. in Moncton. The top three teams advance to the playoffs with the semi-final scheduled at 8:00pm on Saturday night or Sunday morning at 9:00am if there are a number of tie-breakers. The final is scheduled at 2:30pm on Sunday.
The final four qualifiers for the News Brunswick Molson Men’s Tankard Final 8 were determined at Curling Beausejour Inc. in Moncton. Derek Ellard, Terry Odishaw, Gary Sullivan and Scott Jones will join James Grattan, Jeremy Mallais, Paul Dobson and Rick Perron at the Miramichi Curling Club February 2 to 6.
Kelly Scott stole the tenth end to win 5-3 over Kelley Law in the final of the Scotties BC Women’s #Curling Championship presented by Best Western. Scott and her team from Kelowna with Jeanna Schraeder at third, Sasha Carter at second and Jacquie Armstrong at lead will represent British Columbia in Charlottetown at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in February. (Photo courtesy of Bini Ball – Magna Vita Photography)
Kelly Scott steals two points in the tenth end for a 7-4 victory over Roz Craig at the Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship presented by Best Western. Scott’s Kelowna foursome moves on to play Kelley Law in the final in a rematch of last year’s final game. The game will be the third meeting this week between Law and Scott with Law winning both. (Photo courtesy of Bini Ball – Magna Vita Photography)
Roz Craig and her Duncan foursome won a tight Page Playoff 3 vs. 4 game against Kristy Lewis of Richmond 7-6 at the Scotties BC Women’s Curling championship presented by Best Western to advance to the semi-final tonight against Kelly Scott of Kelowna. Lewis missed a draw behind a centre line guard with her last rock in the tenth end to try to setup a steal. The rock picked just over the hogline and crashed a guard handing Craig the win.
Kelley Law scored threes in the third, fifth and seventh ends and powered to a 9-2 victory in seven ends over Kelly Scott in the Page Playoff #1 at the Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship presented by Best Western at the Cloverdale Curling Club. Law’s team of Jody Maskiewich, Shannon Aleksic and Kristen Recksiedler outplayed Scott’s Kelowna team throughout. (Photo courtesy of Bini Ball – Magna Vita Photography)
Defending British Columbia champion Kelly Scott cemented her spot in the Page Playoff 1 vs. 2 game of the Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship with a 6-3 win over Duncan’s Roz Craig in the final round-robin draw. Her opponent in the playoff at 7:00pm tonight will be Kelley Law of the Royal City Club in New Westminster who finished first in the round-robin. (Photo courtesy of Bini Ball – Magna Vita Photography)