Kim Dolan scores five in final end to finish play at the Scotties

It was her 100th and final game since her appearances at the Canadian women’s curling championship began in 1983, and it ended on a high note, with 53 year old Kim Dolan drawing for five points in the 9th end to win 11-4 over New Brunswick. Dolan, who played this year with her daughter Sinead on the team, has said that this would be her final trip to the Scotties. PEI finished play with a 3-8 win-loss record.

Manitoba clinched first place in the round robin and a bye to the 1-2 Page game.

Kim Dolan (CCA photo by Andrew Klaver)

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