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Playoff matchups set in SuperLeague curling

Middleton Curling Club is hosting the Provincial Masters.
Middleton Curling Club is hosting the Provincial Masters. - Thinkstock

Just a couple of days after returning from the Brier in Regina, skip Greg Smith and his Newfoundland and Labrador men’s champions were back on the ice in St. John’s, playing in the last regularly scheduled draw of the season in the Re/Max SuperLeague.

The Smith rink downed Glen Goss’s foursome 7-0, but the result didn’t have any bearing on which four teams are advancing to playoffs.

Those four teams — skipped by Andrew Symonds, Colin Thomas, Adam Boland and Paul Harvey — will begin the Page Playoffs next week. Symonds and Thomas, the first and second seeds, respectively, are playing in the 1-2 game and Boland and Harvey squaring off in the 3-4 matchup.

However, a few non-playoff teams still have games remaining. That’s because some postponed round-robin contests still need to be played in order to determine the prize payouts that are based on final standings.

Standings

Team (skip)     Rec

Andrew Symonds-12-2

Colin Thomas-11-3

Adam Boland-11-3

Paul Harvey-10-4

Stacie Curtis-7-6

Rick Rowsell-7-6

Mark Noseworthy-7-7

Greg Smith-6-6

Heather Strong-6-8

Trent Skanes-6-8

Kelli Turpin- 4-8

Glenn Goss-4-9

Greg Blyde-3-8

Nathan Young-3-10

Matthew Smith-2-11

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Recent results

Skips (with sponsors)

• Rick Rowsell (Pepsi) 6, Nathan Young 1

• Adam Boland (Fun ‘N’ Fast) 9, Stacie Curtis (In the Box Media Promotions/Narrows 61) 3

• Greg Smith (Asham) 7, Glenn Goss (A. Harvey) 0

• Heather Strong 7, Matthew Smith (Coastal Chiropractic) 4

• Paul Harvey 8, Kelli Turpin (Canadian Tire) 3

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Byes: Mark Noseworthy, Trent Skanes (McInnes Cooper/Power Conditioning Inc.), Greg Blyde (Ches’s Fish & Chips), Paul Harvey, Colin Thomas (makethecall.ca), Andrew Symonds (Therapeutic Services Physiotherapy), Nathan Young

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