Play continues at the Everest Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships in Stratford Ontario, with two Cornwall Curling Club teams taking part. On the men’s side, the Bill Hope rink picked up its first win on Sunday, following three losses with a 7-5 win over Nova Scotia’s Alan O’Leary rink. PEI wraps up round-robin play against the Northwest Territories and Manitoba today. New Brunswick, Alberta, and Quebec are currently undefeated. Team Ontario, which includes Islanders Ian MacAulay and Morgan Currie, is 3-1.
On the women’s side, the Shirley Berry squad are also 1-3, and finish the round robin against Nunavut and Newfoundland and Labrador. NB, NS, and Ontario are all 4-0.
Holland College Hurricanes
The Holland College Hurricanes women’s team are also 1-3 at their nationals – the CCAA championship in Leduc Alberta, and play the Fanshaw Falcons in their only game today. The Falcons, along with NAIT and the MacEwan Griffins are atop the round robin standings at 3-1.
Team UNB, which includes Summerside’s Alex Gallant, are 2-2 in the U Sports Men’s university championships, also at Leduc, tied with DAL and Brock. Winnipeg, Alberta, and Waterloo share the lead at 3-1. UNB play Regina and DAL today.
Live scoring for all these championships is at Curling.ca
CBC Sports is livestreaming selected games in Seniors, U Sports, Collegiate, and the upcoming Mixed Doubles at cbc.ca/sports