Team PEI picks up 2 wins on Wed. to finish Canadian Mixed round robin at 2-4

The Jamie Newson team from the Silver Fox Curling Club in Summerside are PEI’s representatives in the 2020 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, Nov. 3-9, 2019, at Foyer des loisirs et de la culture in Saguenay, Que, and finished round robin play on Wednesday with a 2-4 win-loss record, 
but would have needed a 3-3 record to be in championship pool contention, going instead to the seeding pool to determine positions for next year. In Wednesday action, they beat the Corey Chambers rink (3-3) from Miami Manitoba by an 8-2 score and then fought back from a 4-0 deficit after 2 ends to beat Northern Ontario’s Sandy MacEwan foursome (1-5) by a 7-5 score. PEI carries their record into the seeding pool, where they play Nunavut (0-6) at 10:30 Thursday morning, and Team Nova Scotia (2-4), with Peter Burgess playing fourth and Colleen Jones at third at 8 pm Thursday. On Friday, PEI takes on Alberta (3-3) at 10:30 (all times Atlantic)

Click here for a Curling Canada wrapup of round-robin play at the Mixed

Live results at:!/competitions/4960

(Curling Canada photo)




Silver Fox Curling Club, Summerside
(left to right)
 Jamie Newson
Third: Melissa Morrow
Second: Andrew MacDougall

Lead: Miranda Ellis

Here is the event draw and schedule (Eastern time):

Click for story on Newson rink winning the PEI Mixed

Live-streaming coverage of the 2020 Canadian Mixed will be available at and on the CBC Sports app for iOS and Android devices.

CBC Sports’ broadcast and streaming schedules are POSTED HERE. 

The winner of the 2020 Canadian Mixed Championship will represent Canada at the 2020 World Mixed Curling Championship (dates next October and location TBA by the World Curling Federation).

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