B.C.'s Kelly Scott and Quebec's Marie-France Larouche closed in on playoff berths at the Canadian women's curling championship with wins Thursday in Red Deer, Alta. The Scotties Tournament of Hearts is in the home stretch for the playoffs.
Allison Ross will be the hometown favourite at the 2014 Scotties Tournament of Hearts next month in Montreal after winning her second consecutive Quebec provincial women's curling championships on Saturday.
Manitoba's Jennifer Jones wins the bronze medal at the Canadian women's curling championship with an 8-6 win over Quebec's Marie-France Larouche.
Alberta's Heather Nedohin has captured the Canadian women's curling championship, defeating Kelly Scott's B.C. rink 7-6 on Sunday in Red Deer, Alta.
Nova Scotia's Heather Smith-Dacey won Friday's tiebreaker at the Tournament of Hearts with a 9-8 win over B.C.'s Kelly Scott, clinching the fourth and final playoff berth at the Canadian women's curling championship.