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Team Mouat continued their unbeaten run at the Grand Slam of Curling (GSOC) Champions Cup, beating Team Pfister 6-2 in their final round robin game. Mouat’s men had already qualified for the play-offs with one game to go and will take a lot of positives finishing on a 4-0 record – a record matched by only one other men’s rink in the draw following the round robin stage, World silver medallists Team Gushue.

Team Muirhead had also qualified for the play-offs but narrowly missed out 6-7 at an extra end in their final round robin game, which enabled their opponents, Team Carey , to join them in the quarter finals.

Muirhead will face Anna Hasselborg’s Olympic Champions from Sweden in their quarter final, whom Muirhead beat to gold at the European Championships in St Gallen, Switzerland this season.

Mouat's quarter final opponents will be decided following the outcome of tie breakers between four Canadian teams, Team McEwen v Team Flasch and Team Jacobs v Team Gunnlaugson.


Team Mouat v Team Bottcher 9-8
Team Mouat v Team Flasch 7-1
Team Mouat v Team Edin 10-7
Team Mouat v Team Pfister 6-2

Team Muirhead v Team DeJong 8-2
Team Muirhead v Team Fujisawa 8-2
Team Muirhead v Team Paetz 8-3
Team Muirhead v Team Carey 6-7 (EE)

Team Mouat:
Bruce Mouat
Grant Hardie
Bobbie Lammie
Hammy McMillan
Coach Alan Hannah

Team Muirthead
Eve Muirhead
Anna Sloan
Vicki Adams
Lauren Gray

Please click here for more information on the Champions Cup (24-29 April)

Photos: Perthshire Picture Agency - Graeme Hart. 

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