Tag Archives: Allison Ross

Tag Archives: Allison Ross

First win for Quebec in front of hometown crowd

February 3, 2014

It was just a matter of time before Quebec’s Allison Ross found a way to win, and on Monday night, she did it, posting a 9-3 victory over Sarah Koltun of the Yukon/Northwest Territories.

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Slow start for the home team as 2014 Scotties gets underway

February 1, 2014

Quebec’s Allison Ross wasn’t able to apply pressure to New Brunswick’s Andrea Crawford in the opening draw of the 2014 Scotties.

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Montreal fans ready to cheer for Ross at Scotties

January 21, 2014

Allison Ross will represent Quebec for the second year in a row – and she’ll do it at home.

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Full field set for 2014 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

January 19, 2014

There will be a hometown favourite playing in the 2014 Scotties Tournament of Hearts next month at Maurice Richard Arena in Montreal.

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Team Quebec to be crowned in Val-d’Or

January 10, 2014

The competition to choose the home province representatives will take place Jan. 12-19 at the Belvedere Sports Club in Val-d’Or, Q.C.

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Quebec rookies score big over Nova Scotia veterans

February 16, 2013

An experienced Nova Scotia team, featuring veterans Mary-Anne Arsenault, Kim Kelly and Colleen Jones – making her 21st appearance at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts –had their hands full in a 9-4 loss to rookie skip Allison Ross and her young team out of Quebec.

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Nedohin leads the way in first round of Ford Hot Shots

February 15, 2013

Eight curlers are through to the next rounds of the Ford Hot Shots competition at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, including last year’s winning skip, Heather Nedohin, who wears Team Canada colours this year.

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A pair of perfect records on the road to the Scotties

February 7, 2013

One sure way to secure a berth in the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – is just roll through the provincial playdowns without losing a game.

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