Nova Scotian teams strong as round robin curling winds up

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Round robin play winds up today in the M&M Meat Shop Canadian Junior Curling Championship, and both Nova Scotian teams are looking strong. 

The women's team improved to 4-1 yesterday at the M&M Meat Shop Junior Curling tournament. Both Nova Scotian teams are looking strong going into the final day of round robin play.

Follow our live coverage during the games. 

Both teams are in the top four in their seed, each with 4-1 records.

The women's team led by Mary Fay plays today at 9:30 a.m. in the Liverpool Curling Club.

The men's team led by Robert Mayhew plays at 2 p.m. at Queens Place Emera Centre.

The round robin play ends with the 2 p.m. game, and then team either move on to the seeding pool or championship pool. Those games will last until Friday afternoon, with championships played on Saturday and Sunday. 

Organizations: Liverpool Curling Club, Queens Place Emera Centre

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  • Bernice Braid
    January 21, 2014 - 15:45

    Way to go , Nova Scotia,