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Jones tops Homan in Calgary showdown

Winnipeg Mb. Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013.skip Jennifer Jones,lead Dawn McEwen,second Jill Officer.CCA/michael burns photo

With several events on the World Curling Tour this weekend, there was plenty of action across the country and lots of points up for grabs. Two Manitoba teams came away as the big winners, with Jennifer Jones and Reid Carruthers cashing in tournament wins, in high-valued events.

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Courtney adjusting to life with Team Homan

Team Alberts second Dana Ferguson, during draw one action at the 2014 Scotties tournament of Hearts

At age 25, Joanne Courtney has already handled most of the high pressure situations in competitive curling. She’s played in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, and countless other high-level events. But this season, she’s facing a new challenge: being the new girl.

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Sweeting brings home cash, CTRS points from Vernon

Alberta skip Val Sweeting in the championship game, 2014 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

With most of the top teams taking the week off, the World Curling Tour’s Prestige Hotel & Resorts Curling Classic in Vernon, B.C., seemed like a good opportunity for some Canadian women’s teams to score some easier points on the Canadian Team Ranking System list.

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New-look Team Scott makes season debut in Vernon

BC skip Kelly Scott watches her shot during 4th draw action at the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, February 16, 24th, Kingston, Ontario The Canadian Womans Curling Championship.

Time has a funny way of playing tricks on us. While it may seem like a while since Kelowna’s Kelly Scott was a dominant force in women’s curling, you don’t actually have to look too far back to be reminded that she’s been a consistent factor in the outcome of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for nearly a decade.

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Weekend roundup: Canadian teams shine in Sweden

Saint John N.B.Mar21_2014.Ford World Woman's Curling Championship.Canada skip Rachel Homan,third Emma Miskew.CCA/michael burns photo

It’s been a busy couple days on the World Curling Tour. Sunday morning, both Ottawa’s Rachel Homan, and Winnipeg’s Jennifer Jones were playing for major Canadian Team Ranking System points at the Stockholm Ladies Cup in Sweden. Homan lost the final to Sweden’s Margaretha Sigfridsson, while Jones won the bronze-medal game over Switzerland’s Silvana Tirinzoni.

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National Team Program squads chase CTRS points in Sweden

Sochi Ru.Feb19-2014.Winter Olympic Games.Team Canada,skip Jennifer Jones.lead Dawn McEwen.second Jill Officer,WCF/michael burns photo

As the competitive season moves into Week 5, it’s suddenly not that easy to keep track of all the teams, events, and points up for grabs. Between the men and the women, there are nine bonspiels on the World Curling Tour schedule this weekend, many of which feature some high-level talent.

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Another victory for Team Jacobs

Sochi Ru.Feb16-2014.Winter Olympic Games.Team Canada,skip Brad Jacobs,lead Ryan Harnden,second E.J.Harnden.WCF/CCA/michael burns photo

Brad Jacobs and his team picked up exactly where they left off.

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Carey triumphant in Alberta bonspiel debut

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Chelsea Carey made the most of her Alberta debut, capturing the title at the HDF Insurance Shootout at the Saville Centre in Edmonton in World Curling Tour action on the weekend.

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New-look lineups on display in Edmonton

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While many of the top teams from eastern Canada were able to start their season last weekend in Ontario, most of the western teams are going to have that chance to get on the Canadian Team Ranking System board starting today, in the HDF Insurance Shoot-Out in at the Saville Centre in Edmonton.

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McEwen, Tirinzoni claim bonspiel titles

Winnipeg Mb. Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013 skip Mike McEwen,lead Denni Neufeld,second Matt Wozniak.CCA/michael burns photo

When the dust settled after the first Canada-based World Curling Tour event of the year, the two top-ranked teams coming in lived up to their advance billing.

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Top teams start CTRS chase in Oakville, Ont.

Winnipeg, MB Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings 2013 Team McEwen Skip Mike McEwen CCA/michael burns photo

While the competitive bonspiel season officially began last week in Baden, Switzerland, most Canadian teams will be chasing their first Canadian Team Ranking System points of the season, starting today at the World Curling Tour Stu Sells Tankard in Oakville, Ont.

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Planning underway for 2017 Trials process

As Canada’s top curling teams prepare for the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials, presented by Monsanto, in Winnipeg, planning is already underway to determine participants in the 2017 Canadian Curling Trials.

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Winnipeg “rink rat” ready to roar

Chelsea Carey will be home in Winnipeg for the 2013 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings.

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Koe Takes Aim at Another Cup

In the history of the Canada Cup Alberta teams have clearly dominated the men’s side of the championship, winning in eight of the nine competitions.  Kevin Koe is hoping to add one more for the Wild Rose province November 28-December 2 at the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling in Moose Jaw.

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Lawton Looking for Third Taste of the Cup

Two skips in the field for the 2012 Capital One Canada Cup of Curling have the opportunity to establish history as the first women to lead their teams to three event championships.

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