In this episode the girls got together before the Scotties began to discuss their picks, thoughts on the format changes and how they feel about the distribution of the teams in the two pools. They also make their Provincial Brier picks for BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Northern Ontario and Quebec. The girls have some fun with a RACY segment on what really is creating the global interest in curling and it is not just because its now an Olympic sport!! Then they recap the opening weekend at the Scotties, hits and misses, highs and lows, surprises and disappointments. Enjoy!
In this episode, the girls are joined by 7 time Alberta Scotties and 2 time Scotties Tournament of Hearts Champion, Heather Nedohin. Heather weighs in on the Canadian junior results and discusses her experiences. They recap the Meridian Open and discuss Team Carey and Team DeCruz winning their first slam titles. They also chat about Michelle Englot's retirement announcement, Jennifer Jones bringing in Shannon Birchard for a couple games, Don Bartlett playing with Team Morris and how the Canadian Olympic representatives fared at the slam. Some other topics that come up are Mixed Doubles, 5th player roles and requirements and lastly some questions from the listeners! Enjoy!
One of the girls is away this week drinking rum on the beach so Gerry Geurts sits in for this episode. We talk about all the Scotties provincial results from the past weekend. Team Jennifer Jones adds another provincial title to her collection and we discuss Kaitlyn's replacement for the Scotties. Team Fleury wins the title in Northern Ontario and a surprise junior team, Team Gagne wins the province of Quebec. In Alberta, Team Scheidigger steals the win over defending champion Shannon Kleinbrink. Mary Anne Arsenault returns to the Scotties with her team from Nova Scotia and Hollie Duncan surprises the field in Ontario by claiming her first provincial title. We discuss the CTRS "wildcard" entry and the new Scotties format. Afterwards, Gerry gives a recap on the successfully run Continental Cup in his hometown of London, Ontario. Enjoy!
Happy New Year! In the first episode of 2018, the girls have a lot to talk about since the last podcast! They discuss the Mixed Doubles Olympic Trials and how the week played out, Scotties provincial results and upcoming picks, baby news and some juicy gossip. The girls also discuss Team Homan picking Cheryl Bernard as their 5th player for the Olympics, Michelle Englot's team being named as Team Canada for the 2018 Scotties, and Glenn Howard representing Canada at the America's Zone Challenge!