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Remax Super League moves to playoff rounds

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Ken Peddigrew. Photo by Greg Locke © 2021.

ST JOHN’S, NL – The Remax Super league Curling League has wrapped up its regular season and moved into the playoffs.  The top 6 of 14 teams have advanced to quarter finals with the top two teams, Peddigrew and Symonds, earning a bye into the semi final round. All six teams earn a position in next years Super League as long as they retain 3 of 4 team members. 

 Teams must make the final 4 in order to crack to top prize money, but all teams will get a pay per win earnings.

The season end results show how closely matched the teams are. The top two  have the same win-loss numbers and the next four teams have the same win-loss scores.

Quarter final results from March 22nd:

Game 1 – Orthodontic Associates 7 vs McInnes Cooper 2
Game 2 – Newfoundland Styro 8 vs Keith Bradbury Remax 3

Semi Finals Matchups for Tuesday April 5th at 6pm

Game 1 – Orthodontic Associates vs Team Crosbie
Game 2 – Newfoundland Styro vs Team Peddigrew

Finals will take place Wednesday April 6th at 6pm. 

Regular season results.

  1. Team Peddigrew                                          10-3 (bye to Semi final)
  2. Team Crosbie (Symonds)                         10-3 (bye to semi final)
  3. Orthodontic Associates (Young)            9-4
  4. Newfoundland Styro (Greg Smith)         9-4 
  5. Keith Bradbury Remax (Noseworthy)    9-4
  6. McInnes Cooper (Skanes)                           9-4 

7. HeyOrca (Alex Smith)                                         8-5
8. Team McNeil Lamswood                                    7-6
9. Team Hill                                                               5-8
10. Team Mitchell                                                     4-9
11. Marco (Curtis)                                                    4-9
12. AltoMaxx (Strong)                                            4-9
13. TD/Rising Edge (O’Leary)                              2-11
14. Team Goss                                                         2-11

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