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Fraser on verge of winning Ross Province Curling league


By Robin Wilson


IAIN Fraser is set to be crowned Ross Province Curling A League champion on Monday night.

The 53rd Annual Week of International Curling at the Inverness Ice Centre....Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No. 043400.
The 53rd Annual Week of International Curling at the Inverness Ice Centre....Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No. 043400.

He is scheduled to take on Richard Mackenzie who can move level on points with Fraser.

But it is unlikely Mackenzie or Peter Macintyre, who is also two points behind, can match Fraser’s shots won record.

Macintyre, who takes on Finlay Mackenzie, is likely to battle Richard Mackenzie for second place.

At the top of the B League for the Webster Trophy is Ali Eddie.

His 12 points cannot be caught by Ross Urquhart, Ian MacIntyre and Duncan Clark, who are all on eight points.

MacIntyre plays the champion Eddie, Urquhart meets Brian Fraser and Clark plays Isobel Fleming

The following week on Wednesday, March 25 the expected A League champions will go searching for a trophy double retention in the final of the President’s Cup.

John Fraser, on his return from New Zealand, back on the ice and skipping the Belmaduthy first rink, crushed the Ross Ladies skipped by Sue Gardiner 9–1 in the cup semi final.

Locheye’s Richard Mackenzie reached the final after he beat Scott Fraser 7–4.

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