The story ahead for Kamloops junior curlers

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).

It was front page news and you heard it on our show too as Corryn Brown and her curling rink from Kamloops won gold at the national junior curling championships in Fort McMurray on Sunday.

But that's the beginning of what could be an even bigger story ahead.

Our Marty Hastings caught up with skip Corryn Brown, third Erin Pincott, second Sam Fisher and lead Sydney Fraser at the Kamloops Curling Club.

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