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Prince Edward Island skip Kim Dolan looks down the ice as she delivers her rock during draw one curling action against team British Columbia Saturday at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal.
Prince Edward Island lost 9-4 in nine ends to Team Canada Wednesday night at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Montreal.
The Kim Dolan-skipped rink from the Charlottetown Curling Complex fell behind 4-0 after two ends and 8-1 through six before scoring a deuce in the seventh and a single in the eighth.
Rachel Homan’s team from the Ottawa Curling Club, wearing the Team Canada colours, scored three in the second and sixth ends and added singles in the first, fourth and ninth.
P.E.I. is now 2-7 while Canada is 8-0.
It was the second loss of the day for Prince Edward Island after New Brunswick scored three in the 10th to beat them 9-6.
New Brunswick scored singles in the first two ends and the teams traded singles the next two ends as P.E.I. fell behind 3-1. They tied it with a deuce in the fifth and the teams exchanged deuces the next two ends.
Team P.E.I., which includes third Rebecca Jean MacDonald, second Sinead Dolan and lead Michala Robison, plays Nova Scotia (6-0) today at 3 p.m. Atlantic.