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MacPherson rink leads Nova Scotia Senior Men's curling


The Bryan MacPherson team from the Mayflower Curling Club is leading the Nova Scotia Senior Men's curling championship in Digby with a 4-0 record.

Curt Palmer, left, and Alan Darragh sweep a stone released by Dave Slauenwhite during Friday action in Digby at the Nova Scotia Senior Men’s curling championship. The three are members of the Bridgewater Curling Club team skipped by Brian Rafuse. John DeMings photo

Competition among the over-50 men's teams began Wednesday on the four sheets at the Digby Curling Centre, and play continues until Monday.

Six of the 12 teams competing in the triple knockout event are from the Mayflower club, which dominates the provincial curling scene.

The winning rink moves on to the Canadian championship in Prince Edward Island.

The Digby club will host the Canadian championship in 2011.

Fans can follow the results end by end at the LiveCurling website: ttp://www.livecurling.com/bonspiel.asp?id=22

A complete listing of the participating teams can be found by clicking on the ‘Teams’ link in the menu. Similarly, the draw for the event and the game results are available by clicking the ‘Draw’ and ‘Results’ links in the menu. Line scores will be posted at the completion of every end.

All are welcome to come in and watch the action

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