New Brunswick Curling Club Championships -- A Event

Mar 14 - 17, 2019
A Event |
Times shown as Atlantic Time (AT)
Jeanette Howley
4
Fri 11:00am
Loser to 30
SCORES

  [25]
Jeanette Howley
Rose Martin
8
Sat 9:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [37]
Jeanette Howley
Beverly Janes Colpitts
To SF / Playoffs
Neema Patel
6
Fri 6:00pm
Loser to 39
SCORES
  [26]
Beverly Janes Colpitts
4
Fri 11:00am
Loser to 32
SCORES
  [4]
Stacey McCormack-Lacey
Stacey McCormack-Lacey
Anna Acton
4
Fri 11:00am
Loser to 32
SCORES
  [27]
Anna Acton
Gail Samaan
8
Sat 9:00am
Loser Out
SCORES
  [38]
Sandy Comeau
Doris McKenna
To SF / Playoffs
Sandy Comeau
6
Fri 6:00pm
Loser to 40
SCORES
  [28]
Sandy Comeau
4
Fri 11:00am
Loser to 30
SCORES
  [8]
Sandy Comeau
Christina Moore
Stacey McCormack-Lacey
8
Sat 9:00am
Loser to 42
SCORES
  [39]
Stacey McCormack-Lacey
Christina Moore
To Playoffs
6
Fri 6:00pm
Loser to 41
SCORES
  [30]
Rose Martin
Rose Martin
Doris McKenna
8
Sat 9:00am
Loser to 41
SCORES
  [40]
Gail Samaan
Neema Patel
To Playoffs
6
Fri 6:00pm
Loser to 42
SCORES
  [32]
Gail Samaan
Gail Samaan
Christina Moore
10
Sat 4:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [41]
Christina Moore
To Playoffs
Doris McKenna
Neema Patel
10
Sat 4:00pm
Loser Out
SCORES
  [42]
Neema Patel
To Playoffs
Rose Martin

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