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Jill Mouzar returns to Team Smith-Dacey

After living in Ontario for a few years, Jill Mouzar has returned to Nova Scotia, and announced today on their facebook page, back to team Smith-Dacey at the third position.

Mouzar previously skipped the team before moving to Ontario. She was originally replaced by Colleen Jones, who came down with meningitis and was replaced by Danielle Parsons. Parsons left the team last year, and was replaced by Stephanie McVicar. McVicar was the third for Mary-Anne Arsenault, who reunited with Jones last year.

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