News from the Seniors
Ontario rookie skip Nancy Harrison of the Burlington CC won twice on opening day at the 2012 Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC
The Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships get underway Saturday at the Recreation Centre in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
The 52-year-old Heidi Hanlon, an 11-time Scotties veteran for New Brunswick, scored her province’s first ever victory in the Canadian senior women’s championship, besting Ontario’s Joyce Potter, 8-6.
Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson’s Neepawa team, which had suffered just one loss during the week, that being a 7-5 decision to Alberta’s Brad Hannah of Edmonton, while finishing first with a 10-1 mark, avenged that loss in the only game that really mattered, winning by the same score.
Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson and New Brunswick’s Heidi Hanlon emerged victorious at the World Financial Group Canadian Seniors in Digby, Nova Scotia on Saturday.
In semi final action tonight, New Brunswick’s Heidi Hanlon, with machine-like precision, beat Saskatchewan’s Delores Syrota 8-5 to advance to the championship final of the World Financial Group Canadian Seniors.
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Jeff Thomas parlayed steals of one, two and one in ends four to six in defeating Saskatchewan’s Brad Heidt 8-5 in this afternoon’s tie breaker game for third place in the men’s section.
The round robin portion of the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Senior Men and Women’s Championships in Digby, NS has ended and the playoff rounds have been determined.
Following the conclusion of Draw 15 (2:30pm Thursday, March 24), the playoff scenarios for both men and women at the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Senior Championships in Digby, NS is a bit clearer.
After this morning’s draw at the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Digby, NS, Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson has earned the bye to the final Saturday afternoon.
Manitoba men, skipped by Neepawa’s Kelly Robertson is inching closer to earning the bye to the men’s championship final at the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Seniors in Digby, NS.
Following her improbable win over BC yesterday after being down 9-1, Ontario’s Joyce Potter sits atop the leaderboard at the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Digby, NS.
Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson is enjoying his first trip to the national senior men’s championship leading the round robin with an unblemished record following two more victories Monday.
Saskatchewan’s Brad Heidt won two games Sunday to run his record to 3-0 and in a three-way tie on top of the leaderboard at the World Financial Group Senior Men’s Championship in Digby, NS.
The host province kicked off the 2011 World Financial Group Canadian Senior Women’s Championship with an impressive 8-4 win over Prince Edward Island in the opening draw.