Rough start for P.E.I. at Legion Nationals

Journal Pioneer staff
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DAUPHIN, MAN -- Prince Edward Island will be looking for its first win in its final round robin game Tuesday at the Royal Canadian Legion’s 58th National Curling Championship in Dauphin, Manitoba.

The Kevin Ellsworth rink from the St. Anthony’s Legion lost its opening game to Quebec 9-7 in an extra end on Sunday and then lost 8-3 to Saskatchewan in a game that lasted eight ends. On Monday Ellsworth and his rink of Blaine Hut, Fred Fraser and David Bell lost a pair of 8-5 games to Manitoba/Northwest Ontario in the morning and BC/Yukon in the evening.

Their final game in the six-team championship is against the Nova Scotia/Nunavut entry.

After two days of play BC/Yukon, Quebec and Manitoba/NW Ontario are out in front with 3-1 records. Saskatchewan is 2-2 and Nova Scotia/Nunavut has a 1-3 summary. 

Organizations: Royal Canadian Legion, BC/Yukon

Geographic location: Manitoba, Quebec, Saskatchewan Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia Nunavut St. Anthony Northwest Ontario Yukon

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