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Jones claims bronze with 8-6 win

It’s the game nobody aims to play in, but once there it’s not a game anyone wants to lose. The Bronze Medal game was played at the Scotties at the EnMax Centre in Red Deer Sunday morning

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Alberta kayoes Manitoba’s Jones by a measure

It boiled down to an extra 11th end, a last draw shot, a measure and a victory by two centimetres on the gauge. Alberta’s 6-5 sudden-death semi-final decision over Manitoba on Saturday night at the Enmax Centrium denied four-time Scotties Tournament Of Hearts champion Jennifer Jones of a fifth title for the second straight year.

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Alberta’s Nedohin advances to semi-final

It ended with a near-miss for Marie-France Larouche but, otherwise, Saturday’s mid-day Page Three-Four sudden-death playoff match at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts always seemed heavily weighted toward the home-province entry.

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B.C. moves within one win of Scotties title

Kelly Scott was rolling back the clock to more productive times Friday night at the Enmax Centrium. “It’s a feeling of complete confidence,” the diminutive 34-year-old Kelowna skip was saying

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Four-team playoffs set at Scotties

When all was said and done, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts round-robin results more or less reflected most pre-tournament predictions. Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones and her team of Kaitlyn Lawes, Jill Officer and Dawn Askin finished safely out front as predicted.

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Polars play giant-killer at Scotties

Six teams remained in contention for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts title on Thursday morning but defending champion Amber Holland of Kronau, Sask., was facing must-win situations tonight against Saskatchewan and in any future tiebreakers.

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Manitoba leads; Quebec moves up

Four-time Canadian champion Jennifer Jones of Manitoba was riding a four-game winning streak and a one-game lead atop the Scotties Tournament of Hearts standings on Wednesday night.

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Quebec stays hot; Holland bounces back big

It was steal-and-steal alike at the Enmax Centrium in Draw 13 of the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Red Deer Wednesday afternoon.

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Four-time champ climbs to familiar position

The current Scotties Tournament Of Hearts began to assume a fairly familiar stance on Wednesday morning. Four-time champion Jennifer Jones and her Winnipeg team climbed alone to the top of the heap

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Holland tumbles into three-way traffic jam

Suddenly, it’s a real horse-race. With seven teams operating within a game of one another at the top of the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts heap.

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All-west battles dominate Red Deer afternoon

It was an all-West battle royal Tuesday on the ice at the Enmax Centrium, site of the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts.

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Manitoba, Saskatchewan defy flu bug

While a flu bug appears to be causing havoc at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts at the Red Deer Centrium, teams from Saskatchewan and Manitoba managed their fourth wins Tuesday morning

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Almost a miracle shot for Englot

It had the potential to be one of the best shots at a Scotties in a very long time. In Draw Seven at the Enmax Centrium on Monday afternoon, Saskatchewan’s Michelle Englot looked to be in complete control against P.E.I.

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B.C.’s Kelly Scott is, indeed, back!

Kelly Scott is back in familiar territory. The diminutive British Columbia skip remained the last of the undefeated at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts

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Scotties experience rises to the top

Experience took a step forward at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts on Sunday night. Defending champion Amber Holland of Kronau, Sask., faced a must out-turn double-kill with her last rock against Alberta’s Heather Nedohin at the Enmax Centrium

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