Sherry Anderson knows her tenth time at the Scotties will be the most unique

Sherry Anderson is getting ready to head to Calgary next month to represent Saskatchewan for a tenth time at the Scotties.

This will also be Anderson’s sixth time as a skip.

It will be her first however in a bubble format.

With the cancellation of provincials, Anderson and her team were chosen by CURLSASK based on their performance over the last two seasons.

Speaking on the SportsCage Wednesday, Anderson said it didn’t come as a surprise that they’ve been told to expect a different experience this time around.

“There isn’t going to be a whole lot of other stuff going on like usual, maybe later in the week when we’ve all tested negative and have been in the bubble for awhile maybe they’ll be some more interaction, but for the most part it’s basically going to be curling and then right back to the hotel,” Anderson said.

Anderson added that despite the changes due to COVID-19, they’re ready to get down to it.

“My girls are really excited,” Anderson stated. “It’s just going to be such a different atmosphere and experience, which is to bad, but I mean I guess it’s good that they’re going ahead with it and trying to decide a championship still,” she added.

After the Scotties wraps up February 28th, Matt Dunstone will move into the bubble with his team to represent Saskatchewan at the Brier.

Then Mike Armstrong and Ashley Quick will represent Saskatchewan at the Canadian mixed doubles championship.

In total six competitions will be held at the bubble in Calgary.

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