VIDEO: Jenkins rink falls short in final game of provincial tournament.

Salmon Arm's Team Jenkins lost their final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26.

Kate Horne and Carol Murray of the Jenkins rink sweep a stone into the button during the final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26

Kate Horne and Carol Murray of the Jenkins rink sweep a stone into the button during the final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26



UPDATE:

The Salmon Arm Observer wraps the BC Senior Curling Championships and speaks to winning teams, Team Noble and Team Lepine.

Check out the video above.

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ORIGINAL:

Despite an undefeated run through the round robin and playoffs, Salmon Arm’s Team Jenkins lost their final game of the BC Senior Curling Championships on Feb. 26.

Before meeting Team Noble from Qualicum Beach in the tournament final, Team Jenkins had racked up an impressive seven victories in the six-day long tournament held at the Salmon Arm Curling Centre.

The game was settled in eight ends, with Team Noble winning 7-5.

On the Men’s side of the tournament Team Lepine and Team Koffski met in the finals. Lepine’s rink won in seven ends with a score of 8-4.

The Noble and Lepine rinks will be representing B.C. at the Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Fredericton New Brunswick.