Trip to nationals on the line this afternoon
Unionville rink in provincial women's masters final
For Pat Seawright’s Unionville Curling Club rink and Joyce Potter’s foursome from the Rideau Curling Club, it’s a winner-take-all scenario when they take to the pebbled ice surface at the Tim Hortons Master Women provincial championships at the Renfrew Curling Club this afternoon.
The two rinks entered their match in a tie for first place with identical 5-1 won-loss records.
Seawright’s foursome of vice Connie McDermott, second Sue Beard and lead Barb Otani won their Saturday morning match against Marg England’s rink from the Brant Curling Club 8-4.
Seawright, McDermott and Beard all hail from Markham while Otani resides in Ballantrae.
At the same time, Potter defeated Peggy Cleminson’s entry from the Oshawa Curling Club 8-4 to set up the finale at 4 p.m.
The winners will punch their ticket to representing Ontario at the Canadian Open Masters championships to be held in Thunder Bay from April 8 to 14.
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