The women’s semi-finals saw Czech Republic beat Slovenia by 8-7, while Estonia were 7-6 winners over Lithuania in an extra end.
These results mean that not only do Czech Republic and Estonia now play for B-Division gold medals, but they also both are now promoted to next season’s A-Division.
Slovenia and Lithuania will now play for bronze medals.
In the men’s semi-finals, Netherlands were 13-1 winners over Latvia, while Finland beat France by 6-3.
Netherlands and Finland now go onto the gold medal final, and are promoted to next season’s A-Division, while Latvia and France will play for bronze medals.
In the final relegation play-off, Estonia beat Ukraine by 6-5 to stay in the B-Division next season, while Ukraine are now relegated to the C-Division.
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