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Canada's Matt Dunstone remains perfect at World Cup curling event

Canada's Matt Dunstone improved to 2-0 midway through the second day of the third World Cup curling stop of the season. The Saskatchewan-based rink beat Xiuyue Ma of China 6-3 in Thursday's second draw in Sweden.

Saskatchewan-based rink beat Xiuyue Ma of China 6-3

Matt Dunstone's Saskatchewan-based rink defeated China on Thursday at a World Cup event in Sweden. (Andrew Vaughan/Canadian Press)

Canada's Matt Dunstone improved to 2-0 after the second day of the third World Cup curling stop of the season.

The Saskatchewan-based rink beat Xiuyue Ma of China 6-3 in Thursday's second draw.

The Manitoba mixed doubles team of Kadriana Sahaidak and Colton Lott (2-1) split a pair of games of Thursday, losing 10-9 to Camilla Noreen and Per Noreen of Sweden before beating Korea's Hyeri Jang and Chiwon Choi 7-2

Darcy Robertson's Manitoba women's team (0-3) lost 8-5 to Anna Sidorova of Russia and 6-5 to Yilun Jiang of China.

Finals in each of the three divisions go on Sunday.

The grand final of the inaugural World Cup takes place in May in Beijing.

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