[[5:15.0000]] [[5:0.0000]] Fowler Reaches 2013 Point Optical Curling Classic Quarters

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Fowler Reaches 2013 Point Optical Curling Classic Quarters

Sep 27 - 30, 2013

Brandon, Manitoba
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SKIP
Rob
Fowler

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Third
Allan
Lyburn

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Second
Brendan
Taylor

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Lead
Derek
Samagalski

 
Games: 7  
Record: 4W - 3L  
PF/G: 8.04  
PA/G: 6.52  
Hammer Efficiency: 0.53  
Steal Defense: 0.14  
Force Efficiency: 0.50  
Steal Efficiency: 0.17  
Rob Fowler (Brandon, MB) qualified for the 2013 Point Optical Curling Classic playoffs, dropping their quarterfinals match 6-2 against Kevin Martin (Edmonton, AB). of the 2013 Point Optical Curling Classic in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada;
 
Fowler finished 4-2 in the 32 team Point Optical Curling Classic qualifying round, held September 27 - 30, 2013 at the Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon, Canada. In their opening game, Fowler defeated Kevin Marsh (Saskatoon, SK) 8-4, then went on to lose 6-2 against Martin. Fowler lost 7-4 to William Lyburn (Winnipeg, MB) where Fowler responded with a 7-2 win over Tom Appelman (Edmonton, AB). Fowler won 8-2 against Bruce Korte (Saskatoon, SK), then won 6-3 against Scott Manners (North Battleford, SK) in their final qualifying round match.
 
Fowler earned 15.000 world rankings points for their Top 5 finish in the Point Optical Curling ClassicFowler earned 0.000 world rankings points for their Top 5 finish in the Point Optical Curling Classic. Fowler move up 3 spots after posting a net gain of 15 points improving upon their best results so far this season, ranking 21st overall with 72.800 total points on the World Ranking Standings. Fowler ranks 20th overall on the Year-to-Date rankings with 15.000 points earned so far this season.
 

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