Remax Super League Curling Draw 10

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Andrew Symonds / Team Crosbie on top of the standings in Remax Super League Curling in St John’s, Newfoundland. Photo by Greg Locke / Stray Light Media

ST JOHN’S, NL – Lots of close games with final end come backs last night in Draw 10 of Remax  Super League Curling in St John’s. Andrew Symonds’s Team Crosbie has a solid 9-1 lead in the standing after a close 5-4 win over Greg Smith and Newfoundland Styro. Mark Noseworthy/Keith Bradbury Real Estate holds down second place with their 7-6 win over Heather Strong/Team Altomaxx.  There is a three way 6-3 tie for third place with Orthodontic Associates, Newfoundland Styro and Team Peddigrew.

Results from Draw 10

Team McNeil Lamswood 8 vs Marco 6
Orthodontic Associates 6 vs Team Peddigrew 5
McInnes Cooper 7 vs Team Mitchell 2
Team Crosbie 5 vs Newfoundland Styro 4
Keith Bradbury Remax 7 vs AltoMaxx 6

There are two matches to be made up in Draw 10. Sixth place HeyOrca will play seventh place Team Hill on Saturday December 18th.
Ninth place Team Goss will play eleventh place TD/Rising Edge at a later date.

Standings after Draw 10

Team Crosbie (Symonds)                         9-1 (clinched at least a tiebreaker)
Keith Bradbury Remax (Noseworthy)    6-1
Orthodontic Associates (Young)             6-3
Team Peddigrew                                        6-3
Newfoundland Styro (Greg Smith)        6-3
McInnes Cooper (Skanes)                       5-3
Team McNeil Lamswood                        5-4
HeyOrca (Alex Smith)                            5-4
Team Hill                                                  4-5
Team Mitchell                                          2-6
Team Goss                                                1-6
Marco (Curtis)                                         3-7
TD/Rising Edge (O’Leary)                    1-7
AltoMaxx (Strong)                                  2-8


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