Kamloops young curlers win national championship

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First photo: the newly crowned Canadian Junior Women's champions, from left, coach Ken Brown, skip Corryn Brown, third Erin Pincott, second Sam Fisher and lead Sydney Fraser. Second photo: the team reacts after its win (Photos, CCA/Michael Burns Photography/Mark O'Neill).

A team of young curlers from Kamloops can now call themselves Canadian champions.

Corryn Brown's rink won the Women's Canadian Junior curling championships on Sunday night in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Erin Pincott is the third on the team.

Daybreak host Shelley Joyce speaks with Pincott just before she heads to school.

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