Team Fournier, which includes the Campivalencian Jean-François Trapanier, completes the round robin of the Canadian Curling Championship today. Representatives from Quebec at the Calgary Barrier have won three of their six matches so far.
The Quebec Curlers made their tournament debut with three wins from four matches. The only loss was in Brad Gushu’s 11-7 count. This skip from Newfoundland and Labrador has one Olympic gold medal and another World Championship. The tie remained after five laps. “Good game against Gashu,” suggested the team after the clash. One or two more stones could have made a difference. “
Victories were obtained against Newfoundland and Labrador, Nunavut and Prince Edward Island.
Team Quebec raised the flag against Nova Scotia in a game presented on the national sports television network. Then a 9–6 setback against Saskatchewan by the same score.
Trapanier and his teammates currently face Ontario and will later face Team Wild Card 2.
The team finished sixth in Pool B.
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