Manitoba's Terry McNamee had a win and a loss on day four of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Morris. McNamee, along with third Lana Hunter, second Allan Lawn and lead Lisa Blixhavn, saw their five-game winning streak come to an end on the morning draw dropping an 8-3 decision to Simon Hebert of Quebec. McNamee then got four points in the third end and downed Gary Wensman of Newfoundland & Labrador 9-2 in seven ends. The Manitoba champions will meet Tim Krassman of Alberta at 9:30 a.m. and Paul Flemming of Nova Scotia at 6:30 p.m. McNamee is in first place at 6-1. Flemming and Robert Campbell of Prince Edward Island are 5-1. Charlie Sullivan of New Brunswick and Chris Gardner of Ontario are 5-2.
CJRB Sports Director Clayton Dreger asked Terry McNamee to talk about their 6 and 1 record.
Photo's courtesy Connie Norris & the Morris Curling Club