Four Manitoba teams to compete at Scotties


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The field is set for the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Kamloops, B.C.

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The field is set for the 2023 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Kamloops, B.C.

The 18-team event, which runs Feb. 17-26, features four Manitoba rinks as Kerri Einarson (Canada), Jennifer Jones (Manitoba), Kaitlyn Lawes (Wild Card 1) and Meghan Walter, who has taken over skip duties from Abby Ackland (Wild Card 3), will vie for the national title.

Curling Canada revealed the full field, and the two round-robin pools, on Tuesday after seven provincial championships were decided this past weekend.

Pool A

1. Team Canada, Kerri Einarson

4. Wild Card 1, Kaitlyn Lawes

5. British Columbia, Clancy Grandy

8. Nova Scotia, Christina Black

9. Alberta, Kayla Skrlik

12. Prince Edward Island, Marie Christianson

13. Saskatchewan, Robyn Silvernagle

16. Quebec, Laurie St-Georges

17. Nunavut, Brigitte MacPhail

Pool B

2. Ontario, Tracy Fleury/Rachel Homan

3. Manitoba, Jennifer Jones

6. Wild Card 2, Casey Scheidegger

7. Wild Card 3, Meghan Walter

10. New Brunswick, Andrea Kelly

11. Northwest Territories, Kerry Galusha

14. Northern Ontario, Krista McCarville

15. Newfoundland & Labrador, Stacie Curtis

18. Yukon, Hailey Birnie

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