Curling fans were treated to a great finish at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Sunday at the South Okanagan Events Centre.Jennifer Jones won her sixth Canadian national women’s curling championship when she defeated team Wild Card skip Kerri Einarson. Jones ties the legendary Colleen Jones of Nova Scotia in Scotties’ titles.The caliber of play in the finale was definitely better than the start.
PENTICTON, B.C. — Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones has won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the sixth time in her career, tying her with Colleen Jones of Nova Scotia for the all-time record. Manitoba beat Wild Card Kerri Einarson 8-6 on Sunday in the title draw at the Canadian women’s curling championship at the South Okanagan Events Centre. The victory was sealed on Einarson’s last rock in the 10th end when she was unable to get it to slide to the button after hitting another rock.
Manitoba's Jennifer Jones has won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for the sixth time in her career. Jones beat Wild Card Kerri Einarson 8-6 on Sunday in the title draw at the Canadian women's curling championship. Jones, the Olympic champion from the Sochi 2014 Games, won her first national title in 2005. Einarson defeated Nova Scotia's Mary-Anne Arsenault 12-9 in Sunday morning's semifinal to book her spot in the late afternoon title match against Jones.
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