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It’s likely the deepest the Brier has been in some time, the feeling that there are many teams here at the Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary that could challenge for a playoff berth.

It certainly makes it hard to pick a top four, but in my opinion, the Brier final is pretty clear.

Brad’s, Jacobs and Gushue have been the best two teams (in attendance here) this season, and I expect the trend to continue this week.

With the addition of Mark Nichols, the Gushue team has taken a step forward, from contenders to future champion and they’re my pick to win it all.

Brad Gushue will win Newfoundland and Labrador’s first Brier since 1976.

Brad Jacobs will make a strong challenge and very well could win in what will likely be a ‘coin-flip’ final, but I believe it’s time for The Rock. Jacobs’ play last season leading up to and including the Olympics has raised the game of several teams this season, and will be tough to beat.

Reid Carruthers and Kevin Koe round out my Final Four predictions, though there’s a lot less confidence here. John Morris and Steve Laycock could easily interchange, with Jean-Michel Menard an outside shot as well.

The rest of ’em, who knows as there’s some experience and past history of successes, but in this deep field, they’ll be in tough to win more than 5 or 6 games.

GOLD: Brad Gushue
SILVER: Brad Jacobs
BRONZE: Reid Carruthers

 
 

History was made today at the Tim Hortons Brier in Calgary with the final game of the Pre-Qualifier round-robin as Nova Scotia played Prince Edward Island in a game between two long-time participants for the last spot into the main event. Nova Scotia’s Glen MacLeod won their opener against Bob Smallwood of Yukon, the third team in the event, while Adam Casey of PEI lost their first to setup the important final match.

With Yukon set at 1-1, their fate was sealed, a shootout score of 118.3 centimeters had them feeling uncomfortable to play the waiting game. Nova Scotia could seal their spot into the Saturday play-in game by posting a better shootout than the Yukon, but came 2 centimeters short, sitting at 120.3cm, making the game against PEI an elimination game.

PEI came out strong, finishing a 12-3 win, leaving Nova Scotia out of the Brier for the first time since 1927. A three-way tie at 1-1 with Nova Scotia being eliminated with the worst shootout score. A long time historic participant, their absence will certainly create a lot of debate and discussion.

While we’re understanding of where the Brier and Scotties are likely going in the future due to competitive pressures, we feel some things may need to be re-thought. The lack of a tie-breaking game when all teams finished tied, being eliminated on a shootout will certainly leave a sour taste with many people.

We caught up with the teams following the game, each with their thoughts on the game and the process.

 
 

A early loss by PEI’s Adam Casey to the Bob Smallwood looks to create some intense drama as the Brier Pre-Qualifier may come down to a 3-way 1-1 tie in which the top two shootouts will proceed to the Play-in game on Saturday afternoon.

A shootout to eliminate a team from the Brier.

The numbers after the first two draws of the Brier:

Game 1
Yk 20.8
PEI 25.1
Game 2
Yk 97.5
NS 23.7
At this point, the Yukon is in trouble with a shootout distance of 117.6 total in two games, while Nova Scotia and PEI are both looking good with mid 20’s totals in their first games.
 
 

Travel Annex: Where Go, Stay and Eat!

We are thrilled to officially announce our new and exciting title sponsorship of Prince Edward Island based curling rink Team Casey. Travel Annex parent company Annex Media Inc. has been an official media partner of the World Curling Tour since 2012 and our video crew has had the privilege of documenting the world behind the scenes of international curling through the “Far From Home” series on CurlingZone in addition to a new series of curling promotions for The Grand Slam of Curling on Sportsnet.

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Our documentary crew caught up with Team Casey at the 2014 Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling National in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario on behalf of CurlingZone. The newly-formed squad is skipped by Adam Casey who had spent his previous three years playing with Olympic gold medalist Brad Gushue of St. Johns, Newfoundland. He is joined by rising stars Josh Barry, Anson Carmody and Robbie Doherty.

“Documenting elite level curling has always been interesting” claims Travel Annex Director Jesse Wachter.

“I’ve worked behind the scenes in a lot of professional sports and I think people would be hard pressed to find a situation like the one we see in curling. It’s a game of strategy, teamwork and camaraderie; it can be intensely psychological on ice but then after the game everyone knows everyone and has a drink together with no egos. The best players are getting younger and it’s starting to attract new blood to the game. Broadcast viewership is starting to break records and for good reason the whole sport is just sort of starting to blow up. It’s the perfect time to get involved for some growing exposure, and after working on ‘Far From Home: Team Adam Casey’, I began to feel like there could be a lot of mutually beneficial opportunity for both of us. Just like they say in the video, they need to get to more places to earn points on the World Curling Tour circuit. Their travel and accommodation costs are ridiculous and we know a thing or two about that. As a growing travel start-up, we’ve partnered with tons of hotels and transportation providers over the last couple years and we can help these guys subsidize a lot of their costs with those connections. We have done videos for hotels in a lot of the places they need to go and we have a lot more that we want to shoot in the destinations they want to add to their schedule next season. In general, curling events coordinate with local tourist boards, restaurants and hospitality businesses, so it just makes sense to team up and trade off for the exposure to the entities we want to be attracting in the first place.”

Adam recently hauled his team to Minneapolis in January for the US Open of Curling where they stayed at the Travel Annex featured Commons Hotel.

“Travel Annex is a very unique sponsorship. Their production team is at a lot of our events as it is and now they are there to help us in any way possible. Already we have benefited immensely from this partnership – it has allowed us to add events to our schedule and has made these events into more memorable experiences. In return, I hope we can grow awareness and show people what a remarkable company Travel Annex is.”

Travel Annex: Where Go, Stay and Eat!

Team Casey won their provincial championships in PEI to earn the right to play at this year’s Tim Horton’s Brier in Calgary, though they have to play through an inaugural pre-tournament relegation round against two other teams from provinces with the lowest accrued scores in the past three years of the national championship.

“Though this announcement comes in right around the tail end of the 2014-2015 curling season, it has been a great debut for Casey’s team which has now earned the title of Team PEI. We plan to document places to go, stay and eat throughout the Maritimes this summer and we couldn’t ask for better brand ambassadors who embody the principles of honesty and fun that we try to adhere to. We see this as a long-term partnership and an opportunity to work with a world class team that we want to help achieve greatness.”

Team Casey/PEI holding their Purple Hearts

Travel Annex and Team Casey recently completed working together on putting together new uniforms, gear and off-ice apparel that would strongly reflect the pride that the team feels to represent their province and Eastern Canada.

“I am very proud to wear the Travel Annex logo and I hope we can continue to build our relationship”.

Travel Annex: Where Go, Stay and Eat!

 
 

27 Appearances in the Manitoba Men’s Provincials Championship, dating back to the 1986 Labatt Tankard where he lost the A Final to Mike Riley who went on to win Manitoba and play the Brier that year. Stoughton missed only 4 Manitoba Provincials since his debut, in 1989 and 1990 as well as the two boycott years in 2003 and 2004, going on to become the winningest skip in Manitoba history take home 11 titles in 12 finals.

Stoughton’s records include 2 World Championship Gold Medals, a Silver Medal, 3 Brier Championships along with two silvers and 2 bronze medals and a career Grand Slam, winning each of the four titles once.

Jeff will finish out the season with his current team of Rob Fowler, Alex Forrest and Connor Njegovan, with their final event being the Players’ Championship in Toronto on April 7-12.

 
 

It’s come to pass as the Scotties begins this week and we get our first taste of relegation with the Pre-Qualifying event taking place in Moose Jaw. Only 1 of Sarah Koltun of the Yukon, Kerry Galusha of the Northwest Terroritories or Tracy Horgan of Northern Ontario receive a berth into the main event while the other two will go home. Early.

The arguments against relegation are many, such as it goes against tradition, it means regions will not be included, as well as the classic cry of a 5-year-old not getting their own way:

“It’s not fair!”

Unfortunately, the Scotties and Brier Qualifications have never truly been fair. And to be honest, we have to wonder how it’s ok that 2 teams enter the Brier playdowns in Newfoundland and Labrador while (Southern) Ontario has upwards of 90 entries and both get one spot. How is PEI’s 6 teams registered for the sign-up-and-go Provincials is fair compared to Alberta and their 60 teams playing down? Teams in many provinces have to invest up to 4 weekends into the playdown process while others can do it all in one week.

If fairness was the issue here, we’d see a radical overhaul of the Brier and Scotties playdown process and we decided to take a look at some options.

First we looked at Population:

Population

While this might not be the most fair base to consider as curling has different levels of importance in the different regions, we’d like to theorize on how the Scotties and Brier might look like with the team currently holding those berths and the highest ranking teams on the Order of Merit.

Scotties: (NL, PEI, NS, NB) – 1 spot: HEATHER SMITH, (QC, NO, NU) – 3 spots: TRACY HORGAN, LAUREN MANN, KIM MASTINE, (ON) – 4 spots: RACHEL HOMAN, SHERRY MIDDAUGH, JULIE HASTINGS, ALLISON FLAXEY, (MB, SK) – 1 spot: JENNIFER JONES, (AB, BC, YT, NT) – 3 spots: VAL SWEETING, HEATHER NEDOHIN, CHELSEA CAREY

Brier: (NL, PEI, NS, NB) – 1 spot: BRAD GUSHUE, (QC, NO, NU) – 3 spots: BRAD JACOBS, JEAN-MICHEL MENARD, JEFF CURRIE, (ON) – 4 spots: GLENN HOWARD, JOHN EPPING, MARK KEAN, GREG BALSDON, (MB, SK) – 1 spot: MIKE MCEWEN, (AB, BC, YT, NT) – 3 spots: KEVIN KOE, JOHN MORRIS, JIM COTTER

Next we looked at a indicator of where more of the curlers might be and tracked down all the registered clubs across the country.

Clubs

Scotties: (NL, PEI, NS, NB) – 1 spot: HEATHER SMITH, (QC, NO, NU) – 1 spot: TRACY HORGAN, (ON) – 3 spots: RACHEL HOMAN, SHERRY MIDDAUGH, JULIE HASTINGS, (MB, YT, NT) – 2 spots: JENNIFER JONES, KRISTY MCDONALD, (SK) – 2 spots: STEFANIE LAWTON, MICHELLE ENGLOT, (AB) – 2 spots: VAL SWEETING, HEATHER NEDOHIN, (BC) – 1 spot: KELLY SCOTT

Brier: (NL, PEI, NS, NB) – 1 spot: BRAD GUSHUE, (QC, NO, NU) – 1 spots: BRAD JACOBS, (ON) – 3 spots: GLENN HOWARD, JOHN EPPING, MARK KEAN, (MB, YT, NT) – 2 spots: MIKE MCEWEN, REID CARRUTHERS, (SK) – 2 spots: STEVE LAYCOCK, JASON JACOBSON, (AB) – 2 spots: KEVIN KOE, JOHN MORRIS, (BC) – spot: JIM COTTER

Clubs are still not fully representative of the teams who actually attempt to put in the effort and play down for the Scotties and Brier, so we decided to look at the Order of Merit, which includes all teams entered into the playdowns process, plus other teams who may have just opted to enter any level of tour events.

OOMWomen

Scotties: (NS) – 1 spot: HEATHER SMITH, , (NL, PEI, NB) – 1 spot: SUZANNE BIRT, (QC, ON, NO) – 3 spots: RACHEL HOMAN, SHERRY MIDDAUGH, JULIE HASTINGS, (MB, NU) – 2 spots: JENNIFER JONES, KRISTY MCDONALD, (SK, YT, NT) – 2 spots: STEFANIE LAWTON, MICHELLE ENGLOT, (AB) – 2 spots: VAL SWEETING, HEATHER NEDOHIN, (BC) – 1 spot: KELLY SCOTT

OOMMen

Brier: (NL, PEI, NS) – 1 spot: BRAD GUSHUE, (QC, NB, NU) – 1 spots: JEAN-MICHEL MENARD, (ON) – 3 spots: GLENN HOWARD, JOHN EPPING, MARK KEAN, (NO, MB) – 2 spots: MIKE MCEWEN, BRAD JACOBS, (SK, YT, NT) – 2 spots: STEVE LAYCOCK, JASON JACOBSON, (AB) – 2 spots: KEVIN KOE, JOHN MORRIS, (BC) – spot: JIM COTTER

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While we’re not necessarily promoting representation by participation, it does point out that fairness is not what the Brier and Scotties has ever been about. It’s been about a celebration of curling across the country and we’re unsure whether that still has a place in the game where so much funding money depends on International success.

Own the Podium and Government funding handed out based on International success pays for the programs that the Canadian Curling Association runs that provide for the sport. Because of this, the focus of the Canadian Curling Association needs to be on the elite level and how they can continue to improve against countries that drive professionalism into the game, the hiring of athletes to compete full time.

To suggest Canada is fine against the World is putting your head into the sand and not seeing the inevitable changes to come. While Jennifer Jones did win Olympic Gold, the Canadian women have not won a World Championship Gold Medal since 2008. Canada is competitive at the Worlds now, but the changes can come quickly and before we know it, they will be playing catch-up.

The Canadian Curling Association faces a difficult position when having to run the Brier and Scotties as the National Championships as it may not be the best option for developing the best teams to compete at the International level. Teams who could use the experience on the arena ice at Nationals are being regularly left at home, while teams who see a much easier road to the Nationals return year after year. Teams who through a multitude of valid reasons are not investing the same into the game, and are not part of the discussion when you look at building for International success.

Canada’s success at the Olympics is no accident. A qualifying process with the best teams that does promote success, with Golds in 2014, Gold and Silver in 2010 and Gold and Bronze in 2006. The process used to send teams to the Olympics varies greatly from what we currently see in the Scotties and Brier.

Additional challenges the association faces include dwindling attendance and improved quality of the television products will likely leads to a major overhaul of the qualifying process for the Worlds over the next few years, as discussed by Warren Hansen in a Terry Jones article prior to the Canada Cup. Pre-Qualifying and Relegation are the first step in many changes that will overhaul the game to protect Canada’s position as the World’s curling powerhouse.

 
 

Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard – Tiebreakers

Colin Dow of Ottawa, representing the Huntley Curling Club ended Greg Balsdon’s hopes to repeat at the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard with a 12-7 win in this morning’s tiebreaker draw. Balsdon opened with two points in the first end, but struggled in the second end leaving Dow a draw for 4 points. Balsdon and Dow traded singles before Balsdon tied the game with a double-takeout for 2 in the 5th end.

Another tough end for Balsdon in the 6th end left Dow with another open draw to the house for 4 points to take a 9-5 lead which they held on to for the win.

In the second tiebreaker game, Wayne Middaugh of Toronto skipped Team Corner to a 6-5 win over Ian MacAulay of Ottawa. A single point by MacAulay in the 1st end, followed by another stolen point in the 2nd end when Middaugh came up light on a draw resulted in an early lead for the RCMP Curling Club representative.

Middaugh scored a single in the 4th end, stole 2 points in the 5th end when MacAulay failed to hit and roll to the four foot and then Middaugh stole 1 more to hold a 4-2 lead after 6 ends. Middaugh and MacAulay traded singles when in the 8th end, MacAulay capitalized on a Middaugh miss to score two and tie the game.

In the 10th end, Middaugh made the draw to the 8-foot for the win, advancing to the playoff round.

Dow and Middaugh will meet the Page 3v4 game at 2pm. The Page 1v2 game is set with Mark Kean of Stoney Creek finishing 1st overall set to face Toronto’s John Epping at 7pm on Saturday evening. The winner of the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard will represent Ontario at the Tim Hortons Brier in early March.

Final
1v2 Winner vs Semifinal Winner – Sunday 12:30pm

Semifinal
1v2 Loser vs 3v4 Winner – Sunday 8:30am

Page Playoffs
1v2: Mark Kean vs John Epping – Saturday 7pm
3v4: Colin Dow vs Team Corner – Saturday 2pm

Tiebreakers:
Colin Dow 12, Greg Balsdon 7
Team Corner 6, Ian MacAulay 5

Standings:
1.Mark Kean, Fenelon Falls Curling Club 8-2 —> PAGE 1V2 GAME
2.John Epping, Annandale Golf & Curling Club, Ajax 8-2 —> PAGE 1V2 GAME
3.Ian MacAulay, RCMP Curling Club, Ottawa 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
4.Greg Balsdon, Glendale Country Club, Hamilton 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
5.Colin Dow, Huntley Curling Club, Carp 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
6.Peter Corner, St. George’s Country Club, Toronto 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
ELIMINATED:
Rob Rumfeldt, Guelph Curling Club 4-6
Joe Frans, St. Thomas Curling Club 4-6
Aaron Squires, Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club 3-7
Jon St. Denis Listowel Curling Club 3-7
Cory Heggestad, Markdale Country Club 1-9

 
 

Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard – Draw 11

The Playoff picture at the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard is starting to take shape as the Round-Robin portion of the event has completed this evening at the FlightExec Centre in Dorchester. The Page 1v2 game is set with Mark Kean of Stoney Creek finishing 1st overall set to face Toronto’s John Epping at 7pm on Saturday evening.

Kean went on the defeat Cory Heggestad 6-5, drawing the four foot against two Heggestad counters to claim the win, and the hammer into the Page 1v2 game. Epping clinched the 2nd playoff seed with a 7-3 win over Rob Rumfeldt of Guelph. Kean and Epping finished tied at 8-2, but Kean ranked higher due to his head-to-head matchup with Epping.

While the first of the two playoff matchups are set, there’s still much to decide as two tiebreaker games will determine the two teams to advancing to the Page 3v4 game. The four-way tiebreaker for third place features returning champion Greg Balsdon of Hamilton who will face Colin Dow of Ottawa and Peter Corner of Toronto against Ottawa’s Ian MacAulay.

MacAulay had the opportunity to escape the tiebreaker, but fell short when Jon St. Denis made a double takeout with his last stone of the 10th end to win 6-5, dropping MacAulay to 6-4. Peter Corner had the draw 11 bye, finishing at 6-4, with Balsdon winning 8-3 over Joe Frans and Dow defeating Aaron Squires 11-6 to reach the tiebreaker round.

Tiebreakers go at 9am Saturday morning, with the winners advancing to the Page 3v4 game at 2pm that afternoon. The winner of the Page 3v4 game will advance to the Semifinal on Sunday morning, to face the loser of the Page 1v2 game, while the winner of the Page 1v2 game gets a direct berth into the final.

The winner of the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard will represent Ontario at the Tim Hortons Brier in early March.

Standings:
1.Mark Kean, Fenelon Falls Curling Club 8-2 —> PAGE 1V2 GAME
2.John Epping, Annandale Golf & Curling Club, Ajax 8-2 —> PAGE 1V2 GAME
3.Ian MacAulay, RCMP Curling Club, Ottawa 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
4.Greg Balsdon, Glendale Country Club, Hamilton 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
5.Colin Dow, Huntley Curling Club, Carp 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
6.Peter Corner, St. George’s Country Club, Toronto 6-4 —> TIEBREAKER
ELIMINATED:
Rob Rumfeldt, Guelph Curling Club 4-6
Joe Frans, St. Thomas Curling Club 4-6
Aaron Squires, Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club 3-7
Jon St. Denis Listowel Curling Club 3-7
Cory Heggestad, Markdale Country Club 1-9

 
 

Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard – Draw 10

Mark Kean of Stoney Creek jumped into first place overall in the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard with a 6-2 win over John Epping to clinch a berth into the Page 1v2 game held Saturday evening at the FlightExec Centre in Dorchester. Epping and Kean are tied at 7-2, but with head-to-head record as first tiebreaker, Kean can finish no worse than 2nd place in the round-robin.

Kean opened with 2 points in the 1st end, and then forced Epping to draw for a single point in the 2nd end. Kean scored one point in the 3rd end, Epping another in the 4th end and Kean opened up a 4-2 lead after 5 by drawing for a single point. Steals of one point in the 7th and 8th ends saw Epping concede the victory to Kean.

Epping’s loss means that Ian MacAulay of Ottawa is still alive for the Page 1v2 game after MacAulay defeated Rob Rumfeldt of Guelph who dropped to 4-5 to be officially eliminated from playoff contention. Kean has the head-to-head advantage over MacAulay (now 6-3) as well, though MacAulay did win over Epping earlier this week and can jump into 2nd place with a win and an Epping loss in draw 11.

The Wayne Middaugh skipped Team Corner improved to 6-4 with a 6-3 win over Jon St. Denis of Listowel to complete their round-robin play to clinch at least a tiebreaker. Greg Balsdon of Hamilton defeated Colin Dow of Ottawa 7-4, to put both teams at 5-4 and each needing a win to clinch a tiebreaker spot. 5 losses has now been officially eliminated from the competition.

In other action, Aaron Squires defeated Cory Heggestad 11-8 to improve to 3-6. Draw 11 is the final draw of the round-robin and goes on the ice at 7pm Friday.

Standings:
Mark Kean, Fenelon Falls Curling Club 7-2
John Epping, Annandale Golf & Curling Club, Ajax 7-2
Ian MacAulay, RCMP Curling Club, Ottawa 6-3
Peter Corner, St. George’s Country Club, Toronto 6-4
Colin Dow, Huntley Curling Club, Carp 5-4
Greg Balsdon, Glendale Country Club, Hamilton 5-4
Rob Rumfeldt, Guelph Curling Club 4-5
Joe Frans, St. Thomas Curling Club 4-5
Aaron Squires, Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club 3-6
Jon St. Denis Listowel Curling Club 2-7
Cory Heggestad, Markdale Country Club 1-8

 
 

Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard – Draw 10

Another win for Toronto’s John Epping as they round into form for the Recharge with Milk Ontario Tankard playoff round, improving to 7-1 to sit at the top of the standings with two round-robin draws left to play. Epping and Aaron Squires of Kitchener-Waterloo traded singles in the first two ends, before Epping got the first two point score in the 3rd end. Squires tied the match with 1 in the 4th end, a steal in the 5th end, but Epping scored two again in the 6th end to retake the lead. Epping stole one more in the 9th end and ran Squires out of stones in the 10th end for the 6-3 win.

Squires drops to 2-6 while Epping stays a game ahead of Mark Kean of Stoney Creek who improved to 6-2 with a key 9-3 win over Ian MacAulay of Ottawa. Entering the game, both were tied for 2nd place and with the win Kean sits alone in the second Page 1v2 playoff spot.

Ottawa’s Colin Dow, representing the Huntley Curling Club kept pace with the leaders, winning 5-3 over Joe Frans of St. Thomas to improve to 5-3 and sit tied for third place with MacAulay. Dow scored one in the 2nd end, after which Frans took two points in the 3rd end to take an early lead. Dow scored one in the 4th end, then followed up with steals in the 5th and 6th ends to tale the lead they would never relinquish.

Wayne Middaugh of Toronto skipped the Corner team to a 2-1 victory over Rob Rumfeldt of Guelph. With Graeme McCarrel sitting out the match, Middaugh and Rumfeldt played a defensive battle that saw the St. George’s Golf and Country Club team hold the hammer for all 10 ends. Middaugh scored the deuce to win in the final end when Rumfeldt’s final draw didn’t curl enough and Middaugh did not have to throw his last.

Cory Heggestad of Barrie, representing the Markdale Golf & Curling Club got their first win of the week, upsetting returning champion Greg Balsdon and putting the Hamilton skips playoff chances at risk. Balsdon drops to 4-4 into a tie for 6th place with Rumfeldt.

Draw 10 goes on the ice at 2pm Friday.

Standings:
John Epping, Annandale Golf & Curling Club, Ajax 7-1
Mark Kean, Fenelon Falls Curling Club 6-2
Ian MacAulay, RCMP Curling Club, Ottawa 5-3
Colin Dow, Huntley Curling Club, Carp 5-3
Peter Corner, St. George’s Country Club, Toronto 5-4
Greg Balsdon, Glendale Country Club, Hamilton 4-4
Rob Rumfeldt, Guelph Curling Club 4-4
Joe Frans, St. Thomas Curling Club 4-5
Aaron Squires, Kitchener-Waterloo Granite Club 2-6
Jon St. Denis Listowel Curling Club 2-6
Cory Heggestad, Markdale Country Club 1-7

 
 
 
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