Neighbour rink wheels ahead to curling nationals

Victoria curler Corrine Jensen helps Daryl Neighbour rink to B.C. wheelchair curling championship

Third Sonja Gaudet of Vernon takes her shot (slowed by brakeman Gerry Austgarden) during the B.C. Wheelchair Curling Championship at the McArthur Island Curling Club in Kamloops. Gaudet and Austgarden competed for the Darryl Neighbour rink

Third Sonja Gaudet of Vernon takes her shot (slowed by brakeman Gerry Austgarden) during the B.C. Wheelchair Curling Championship at the McArthur Island Curling Club in Kamloops. Gaudet and Austgarden competed for the Darryl Neighbour rink

Third Sonja Gaudet of Vernon takes her shot (slowed by brakeman Gerry Austgarden) during the B.C. Wheelchair Curling Championship at the McArthur Island Curling Club in Kamloops.

Gaudet and Austgarden competed for the Darryl Neighbour rink, which includes Neighbour of Richmond and Corrine Jensen of Victoria, second from right.

The Neighbour crew defeated the Gary Cormack rink from Surrey to advance to the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship, March 18 to 25 in Thunder Bay.

 

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