Shaun Meachem of Cabri, a small city positioned in southwest Saskatchewan, is “the man” this week on the Canadian Blended Curling Championship.
Extra particularly, the man from the Swift Present Curling Membership representing the house province within the 14-team competitors that began Sunday and runs till Saturday on the Prince Albert Golf and Curling Centre.
Meachem, along with his staff of third Kelly Schafer, second Chris Haichert and lead Teejay Haichert, bought off to an awesome begin by defeating Morgan Muise’s Alberta staff 5-2 within the opening draw.
Meachem scored two within the second finish, stole singles within the third and fourth, surrendered singles within the fifth and sixth ends, and scored as soon as within the seventh to wrap up the opener.
Within the night draw, Grant Odishaw’s New Brunswick staff rocked Nunavut 9-2 in six ends, Paul Flemming’s Nova Scotia crew edged Trevor Bonot’s Northern Ontario staff 6-4, and Corey Chambers’ Manitoba staff tripped Prince Edward Island 7-6.
There are three attracts scheduled for Monday.
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