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Super League Curling Draw #7

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Team Sarah Hill on their way to breaking Andrew Symond's Team Crosbie undefeated streak at Remax Super league Curling at in St John's last night. Photo by Greg Locke / Stray Light Media
Team Sarah Hill on their way to breaking Andrew Symond’s Team Crosbie undefeated streak at Remax Super league Curling at in St John’s last night. Photo by Greg Locke / Stray Light Media

ST. JOHN’S, Newfoundland – A little shake up in Draw 7 of Remax Super League Curling last night with Sarah Hill’s team taking down the undefeated Team Crosbie 6-5 and Team O’Leary getting its first win defeating Team Strong 6-1. Important wins also for Greg Smith over Ryan McNiel Lamswood,  Trent Skanes over Ken Peddigrew and Alex Smith over Nathan Young as the standings tighten up again.

Andrew Symond’s Team Crosbie is still all alone on the top of the leaderboard with 5 wins and 1 loss. Mark Noseworthy / Keith Bradbury Real Estate  and Trent Skanes / McInnes-Cooper are tied in second place with 4 wins and 1 loss. Third place is a three way tie between Greg Smith / NL Styro, McNeil Lamswood and Ken Peddigrew all with 4 wins and 2 losses.

Sean O'Leary of Team TD bank / Rising Edge gets their first win in Remax Super League Curling last night in St John's. Photo by Greg Locke / Stray Light Media, Inc
Sean O’Leary of Team TD bank / Rising Edge gets their first win in Remax Super League Curling last night in St John’s. Photo by Greg Locke / Stray Light Media, Inc

DRAW 7 RESULTS:

Team Skanes/ McInnes Cooper  8 vs Team Peddigrew 2
Team O’leary / TD BankRising Edge 6 vs Team Strong/ Altomaxx 1
Team Greg Smith / NL Styro 6 vs Team RM Lamswood 5 (Extra end)
Team Alex Smith /HeyOrca 8 vs 
TeamYoung / Orthodontic Associates 2(Played Nv 18)
Team Curtis / Marco 9 vs Team Goss 3
Team Hill 6 vs
Team Symonds /Team Crosbie 5
 

The Sunday game between Keith Bradbury Remax and Team Mitchell has been postponed due to both teams travelling for national championship events. Mackenzie Mitchell and Nathan Young are competing at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon for the national world junior qualifiers. Both are is currently 2 wins and 1 loss on Nov 25th.

 
 
STANDINGS:
Andrew Symonds / Team Crosbie  5 and 1
Mark Noseworthy / Keith Bradbury Remax Real Estate 4 and 1
Trent Skanes / McInnes Cooper 4 and 1
Greg Smith / Newfoundland Styro 4 and 2
Ryan McNeil Lamswood 4 and 2
Ken Peddigrew 4 and 2 
Alex Smith / Hey Orca 4 and 3
Nathan Young / Orthodontics Associates 4 and 3
Sarah Hill 3 and 4
Mackenzie Mitchell 2 and 3
Heather Strong / Altomaxx 2 and 4
Erica Curtis / Marco 2 and 5 
Sean O’Leary / TD Bank/Rising Edge 1 and 6
Glenn Goss 0 and 6
 
 
 
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