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2017 Canadian Mixed Championship award winners announced

Two members of the silver-medal winning Manitoba squad were named to the all-star team as the 2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship wrapped up with the awards banquet Saturday in Yarmouth, N.S.

2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship All-Stars, from left, skip Braden Calvert (Manitoba), vice-skip Kerri Einarson (Manitoba), second Jake Higgs (Ontario), lead Teri Udle (Nova Scotia). (Photos, Curling Canada/Clifton Saulnier)

2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship All-Stars, from left, skip Braden Calvert (Manitoba), vice-skip Kerri Einarson (Manitoba), second Jake Higgs (Ontario), lead Teri Udle (Nova Scotia). (Photos, Curling Canada/Clifton Saulnier)

A few hours after winning the silver medal, Manitoba skip Braden Calvert and vice-skip Kerri Einarson were named to the tournament all-star team, while gold-medal winning Northern Ontario skip Trevor Bonot won an honour of his own, taking the Male Sportsmanship award after a player vote.

Sportsmanship Award winners Trevor Bonot (Northern Ontario) and Veronica Smith (P.E.I.)

Sportsmanship Award winners Trevor Bonot (Northern Ontario) and Veronica Smith (P.E.I.)

The all-stars were based on cumulative shooting percentages during the round-robin draw, and it featured Calvert (83 per cent), Einarson (82 per cent), Ontario second Jake Higgs (80 per cent) and Nova Scotia lead Teri Udle (82 per cent).

While Bonot won the Male Sportsmanship Award, Prince Edward Island skip Veronica Smith won the Female Sportsmanship Award.