Unionville rink drops final
At Tim Hortons Master Women provincial curling championships
Pat Seawright’s Unionville Curling Club rink came up short in its quest to win the Tim Hortons Master Women provincial championships, losing in the final to Joyce Potter’s rink from the Rideau Curling Club 8-2 at the Renfrew Curling Club yesterday.
Seawright’s foursome of vice Connie McDermott, second Sue Beard and lead Barb Otani trailed after the first end 2-0 before scoring one in the second to get back to within one.
After Potter’s rink scored one in the third to take a 3-1 lead, Seawright got back to within one after scorn one in the fourth.
But Potter, with the hammer, scored two in the fifth and three in the sixth to win the game and berth in the Canadian Open Masters championships to be held in Thunder Bay from April 8 to 14.
With the championships based on a round-robin format, Seawright’s rink finished third at 5-2.
Gloria Campbell’s crew from the Galt Country Club also finished at 5-2, but defeated Seawright earlier in the four-day round-robin event to end up in second place behind Potter, who was 6-1.
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