Cornwall’s Bill Hope rink playing in Canadian Masters semis

The PEI Men’s team, skipped by Bill Hope, have advanced to the 3 pm semi-finals at the Canadian Masters Curling Championships, for curlers age 60+, in Guelph. They finished round robin play in fourth place overall, and face first place Alberta.  Saskatchewan, and Northern Ontario’s Al Hackner are playing in the other semi, between the 2nd and third place teams. PEI has a 6-4 win-loss record — the other teams in the championship round went 8-2. The championship and bronze medal games go Sunday at 3.

PEI Men (L-R): Bill Hope, Craig Mackie, David Murphy, Bill Doherty

The PEI Women’s rink, skipped by Sandy Hope, finished in 5th place in their round robin, just out of the playoffs, with a 6-3 win-loss record. The four teams in the championship round went 7-2, with Ontario playing BC and Saskatchewan taking on Manitoba in the 3 pm semis. The final and bronze medal games go Sunday at 11 am.

Live results: ontcurl.com/scoreboard/#!/competitions/2338

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