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Inside Junior Curling: Where the junior stars are now – Dean Joanisse

During this series, we will be catching up with some former junior stars to see what they are up to today. Meet Dean Joanisse, 1987 Canadian junior curling champion and two-time B.C. men’s champ from Abbotsford, B.C.

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It’s Cathy Versus Cathy for Senior Women’s Title

Newfoundland & Labrador’s Cathy Cunningham defeated Nancy Delahunt’s Nova Scotia foursome 5-3 in today’s women’s semi final at the 2012 Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC. Cunningham’s team from RE/MAX Centre in St. John’s now advance to Sunday’s championship final against Cathy King of Alberta.

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The Final Draw – A Scene From The Twilight Zone

What a finish to the round robin portion of the Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC. Going into the final draw, Alberta was guaranteed a bye to the final while four other teams at 7-3 were toughing it out for the berths in the semi finals.

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To The Playoff Round for Senior Women in Abbotsford

Despite a few hiccups in the last draw of the round robin at the Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC, the playoff round is set to go this weekend.

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Alberta’s Armitage Earns Bye to the Final. Four Teams Tied for Second.

With one round robin draw remaining at the 2012 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC, Alberta’s Rob Armitage of the Red Deer Curling Centre has earned a bye directly to Sunday’s championship final.

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Alberta’s Cathy King Advances to the Championship Final!

With still one draw to play in the 2012 Canadian Senior Women’s Curling Championship in Abbotsford, BC, Cathy King of the Saville Sports Centre in Edmonton has secured a berth in Sunday’s final following her 8-7 win over Saskatchewan’s Darlene Gillies.

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Five Teams Still In Hunt For Senior Men’s Title

In a battle of 7-1 teams, Alberta’s Rob Armitage emerged unscathed dumping BC’s Dennis Graber and now sits alone in first place, one win away from the bye to Sunday’s championship final.

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All the way hard…whoa!

Life continued to look good for the female Albertans at this year’s Canadian Senior Curling Championships presented by Raymond James leading into today`s eleventh draw.

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In the Early Morning Rain

As the subject indicates, this draw was one of four today and started at 0800. Thanks to the Best Western host hotel, breakfast for the 12 teams involved in this first of four draws today was ready at 0600.

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Alberta Rocks & Rolls

The province with the oil seems to have spawned another natural resource, curlers, and very good ones.

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Co-ed Senior Curling in Abbotsford

For the first time at the 2012 Canadian Senior Curling Championships presented by Raymond James, the curling fans assembled at the Abbotsford Recreation Centre saw games played by both genders.

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Battle of the Atlantic

With only the Northumberland Strait dividing them geographically, the Atlantic provinces of New Brunswick and Prince Edward

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Harrison Fords to a Share of the Lead

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

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Manitoba’s Robertson Out Of The Gate

Manitoba’s Kelly Robertson, the 2011 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Champion began the defence of his title with a solid 8-5 win over a tough Ontario squad led by Brian Lewis of the Ottawa CC.

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Stunner in Opening Draw of Canadian Seniors

Nova Scotia’s Nancy Delahunt, with Colleen Jones throwing last stones, was upset 10-9 by Northern Ontario’s Darla Esch in a stunning finish to their game in Draw 1 of the 2012 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Abbotsford, BC.

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