Penny Barker’s debut at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts has not been one to remember, but the Moose Jaw rink looks to finish the week off on a high Friday morning.
Barker, who split games on Thursday beating Nova Scotia for her first victory at the Canadian women’s curling championship before losing to Team Canada, will finish round-robin play off with a game against Robyn McPhee of Prince Edward Island.
Barker goes into the day with a record of 1-9.
Meanwhile, Regina’s Michelle Englot, who is skipping Team Manitoba, has clinched first place after a win over Ontario’s Rachel Homan Thursday night leaving both with a record of 10-1 with their round-robin coming to an end. Those two rinks will face off in the 1 vs 2 game with the winner advancing to the final.
Chelsea Carey and her Team Canada rink has clinched 3rd leaving Northern Ontario’s Krista McCarville and Quebec’s Eve Belisle looking for the 4th and final playoff spot.