Team St-Denis defeated Team Rowland in their previous round robin match and they started out very strongly in the first two ends of the finals but finally succumbed to the pressure put on by Team Rowland.
Today is the second day of the playoffs
On this second day of the playoffs teams Langdon and LeBlanc fought to the bitter end but were defeated by Team Rowland and St-Denis to set up the finals that will take place on Monday April 17 at 14:00 hrs. Thanks to the good sportsmanship of team St-Denis. See all interested parties there at 14:00 hrs. Monday.
Playoffs Day 1
On the first day of playoffs We say goodbye to Team Poulter, Team Putnam and Team Cameron. Team Poulter got stung in the 6th end when Team Langdon took 4 and never looked back. In the 8th end Team Putnam was up by 2 and had a rock on the button surrounded by guards. Mike Archambault made a 10 ft angle raise takeout with his opponents rock to score 3 and dash team Putnam's chances of going on. The game between Team Cameron and Team St-Denis went down to the wire but Team St-Denis prevailed to go to the next week. Thanks again to Team Poulter, Team Putnam and Team Cameron and best of luck next year.
The Day Ladder is the most competitive level of day curling. The teams are self determined and submitted to the Day Ladder coordinator to be placed in the year-long schedule. The Day Ladder teams compete for the Tom Sayer Trophy.
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