Saskatchewan's Michelle Englot wins Manitoba Scotties
Move east paid off; ended Jennifer Jones' 7-game win streak and provincial dominance
Michelle Englot ended the 2017 Manitoba Scotties Tournament of Hearts with her hammer.
Robertson nicks the guard and it's all over. Englot wins 8-6 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/2017MBScotties?src=hash">#2017MBScotties</a>—@2017MBScotties
Both rinks beat Olympic gold medallist Jennifer Jones to get to Sunday's final.
Jones comes up short on the final draw. Robertson heads to the finals vs Englot at 3 <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/2017MBScotties?src=hash">#2017MBScotties</a>—@2017MBScotties
Englot crashed Jones' seven-game winning streak in the provincial tournament Saturday night. Then in the semifinals, Robertson beat her 6-8.
Englot is seven-time provincial champion skip — in Saskatchewan. This was her Manitoba provincials debut.
She came over to head the 2016 runner-up team after former skip Kristy McDonald left.
Team Robertson needs to be shot stone here to steal and win <a href="https://t.co/vDMRMTTLSc">https://t.co/vDMRMTTLSc</a>—@2017MBScotties