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Lethbridge, Canada Wednesday 26 April 2017Wednesday saw the conclusion of play in both of the women’s groups in the World Senior Curling Championships 2017 and two of the three men’s groups. Among the women, Scotland beat Switzerland by 8-4 to finish second in Group B behind USA, who
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Lethbridge, Canada Tuesday 25 April 2017Canada’s men became the first team to qualify for the Play-offs when they beat New Zealand by 8-2 to stay unbeaten at the top of Group C in the evening’s first session. Ireland and Switzerland both had wins in Group B – Ireland beating Isra
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WSCC 2017: Belgium men record first ever world seniors win
Lethbridge, Canada Monday 24 April 2017In Monday’s (24 April) second day of play at the ATB Centre Lethbridge Curling Club, there was a little piece of curling history when Belgium’s men recorded their nation’s first-ever victory at this level, beating Poland by 10-1.