Brandon Bussey in net for the St. John's India Bears. TINA COMEAU PHOTO
It's the last day of the Redwood Cup in Yarmouth. Quarterfinal and semi final matches are still on Main Street this morning.
At 1 p.m. the finals move to the rink on Lobster Rock Wharf.
1 p.m. U17 Enforcers final
2 p.m. U19 Grinders final
3 p.m. Local celebrities game
4 p.m. Women's final
5 p.m. Men's final
Reminder, the men's and women's finals will be televised on CBC starting at 5 p.m. (there's a one hour delay.)
Country recording artist Dean Brody will sing at half time of the women's final and prior to the men's final. Here's a link to his video for Canadian Girls, which he will perform in Yarmouth.
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There is a lot riding on the finals today. The winning men's team receives $40,000. The winning women's team wins $10,000. (The purses are calculated based on the number of teams that played in the PlayOn! qualifiers during the spring.)
You can follow Redwood Cup results here.