Sherry Anderson is no stranger to wearing a Saskatchewan jacket at a national curling championship and she will do so again later this month at the 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Penticton, BC.
On Sunday night in Melfort, the 53-year-old Anderson won as a skip for the 5th time beating Robyn Silvernagle in an extra-end by a score of 7-6 as she drew to the button for the game winning point.
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Silvernagle and her North Battleford foursome have now lost the provincial final in back-to-back years after finishing first in the round-robin. Last year, she was beaten by Penny Barker of Moose Jaw in the final.
Anderson’s rink from the Saskatoon Nutana Club consists of Kourtney Fesser at 3rd, Krista Fesser at 2nd and lead Karlee Korchinski.
Anderson, who also skipped a team to the 2017 Canadian Senior Championships, will now represent Saskatchewan at the Scotties which start January 27th