Quebec captured its third straight Canadian mixed curling championship with a convincing 10-3 win over Northern Ontario on Saturday in Prince Albert, Sask.
The workforce of skip Felix Asselin, lead Emily Riley, second Emile Asselin and third Laurie St-Georges had the ultimate all however wrapped up after a four-point steal within the third finish put Quebec up 9-0.
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Asselin’s foursome entered Saturday’s playoffs with the most effective report out of the championship pool and put Quebec in rivalry for a 3rd straight title with a 5-3 win over British Columbia’s Miles Craig within the semifinals earlier Saturday.
Northern Ontario, skipped by Trevor Bonot, superior to the ultimate with a 6-5 win over Jamie Koe’s Northwest Territories rink. Koe’s workforce had the second-best report heading into Saturday’s playoffs however fell in need of a spot within the closing.
In the ultimate, Quebec began with the hammer and put up three factors, then adopted with steals of two and 4.
Northern Ontario scored two within the fourth finish and adopted with a steal of 1 within the fifth, however Quebec scored within the sixth to make it 10-3, prompting Bonot to concede.
Northwest Territories downed British Columbia 10-4 within the bronze-medal recreation, placing the sport out of attain with 4 factors within the fifth finish.