Fowler overcame a 3-0 deficit after three ends to defeat P.E.I.’s Nola Murphy from the host Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club 11-6.
Fowler and Pinkney are both 4-0, with Nova Scotia playing Alberta’s Deb Santos (3-1) in tonight’s draw.
Murphy, who was playing her lone game of the day, fell to 0-4.
In other afternoon games, Northern Ontario’s Vicky Barrett trimmed the Northwest Territories’ Ann McKellar-Gillis 11-5, and Saskatchewan’s Cathy Inglis beat British Columbia’s Karen Lepine 8-5.
In men’s afternoon action, New Brunswick’s Wayne Tallon from the Capital Winter Club and Ontario’s Howard Rajala from the Rideau Curling Club won to remain tied for first place. Both rinks are 4-0.
Tallon counted a three-ender and a four-ender in outscoring Alberta’s Wade White 9-7, and Rajala scored three deuces in an 8-5 victory over Newfoundland and Labrador’s Glenn Goss. The other men’s afternoon game had Nova Scotia’s Alan O’Leary defeating the Northwest Territories’ Glen Hudy 8-5.
P.E.I.’s Rod MacDonald is back in action against Northern Ontario’s Bruce Munro in the 7 p.m. draw.
See complete coverage in Tuesday’s Journal Pioneer.