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Memorial University still rolling at U Sports curling championship


Adam Boland and his Memorial University rink have a game tonight against the University of Regina at the U Sports Canadian university men’s curling championship in Thunder Bay, Ont., but no matter the result, Memorial will still be in first place in the event.

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Boland, third Stephen Trickett, second Zach Young and lead Evan Kearley have won all four of their games so far in Thunder Bay, including a 10-2 decision over host Lakehead University in Today's afternoon draw.

With AUS champion Memorial at 4-0, and five teams tied for second place at 2-2 after today’s afternoon draw, the Sea-Hawks will continue to hold first place whether they win or lose against Regina.
The Boland rink, which is coached by Gary Ryan, finishes its round-robin with games against Dalhousie and Queens today.
The top four teams in the eight-team event advance to Wednesday’s playoff round.

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