Brothers rink, with PEI native Erin Carmody, falls to Mattatal at NS Scotties, Jones out in Manitoba

Many of the provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts women’s championships are wrapping up today.

In the Nova Scotia final, the Mary Mattatal rink stole 5 points in the 7th end to defeat another Halifax rink, skipped by Jill Brother, with PEI Native Erin Carmody at third by a 10-4 score.

In Manitoba, Jennifer Jones was eliminated in the semis. The Olympic gold medallist’s seven-game winning streak in the provincial tournament came to an end Saturday night against Michelle Englot, when Jones lost 9-5. Jones did continue to the semifinals Sunday morning, but she lost 6-8 against Darcy Robertson. Robertson will now take on Englot, a 7 time Saskatchewan champ, in the final at 3 p.m. CT at Winnipeg’s Eric Coy Curling Club.

In New Brunswick, Melissa Adams of  Fredericton beat Sarah Mallais of Saint John 9-6 in the final.

In Alberta, where the rink skipped by PEI native Geri-Lynn Ramsay was eliminated in the Page 3 vs 4 game, Val Sweeting is facing Shannon Kleibrink in the final


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