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Play continues for Kentville women on N.S. team at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Third Marg Cutcliff, left, and Skip Mary Mattatall pose with two Ontario fans along with Second Jill Alcoe-Holland, and Lead Andrea Saulnier from Kentville.
Third Marg Cutcliff, left, and Skip Mary Mattatall pose with two Ontario fans along with Second Jill Alcoe-Holland, and Lead Andrea Saulnier from Kentville.

KENTVILLE N.S. – The Nova Scotia team, which includes two Glooscap curlers, are playing Prince Edward Island today at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in St. Catherine’s, Ont.

 

The Mattatall team has won one of the four games they have played at the national competition.

Manitoba and Ontario are currently leading the play, which continues until Feb. 26.

Glooscap Curling Club members Jill Alcoe-Holland and Andrea Saulnier are the first Kentville curlers to make it to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Skip Mary Mattatall and her third, Marg Cutcliff, belong to the Mayflower Club in Metro Halifax.

Much has been made of the fact that they are also the oldest team to participate in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts this year and maybe the oldest ever, said Alcoe-Holland. The average age of the women on the team is 58.5.

 

The Mattatall team has won one of the four games they have played at the national competition.

Manitoba and Ontario are currently leading the play, which continues until Feb. 26.

Glooscap Curling Club members Jill Alcoe-Holland and Andrea Saulnier are the first Kentville curlers to make it to the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Skip Mary Mattatall and her third, Marg Cutcliff, belong to the Mayflower Club in Metro Halifax.

Much has been made of the fact that they are also the oldest team to participate in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts this year and maybe the oldest ever, said Alcoe-Holland. The average age of the women on the team is 58.5.

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