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Switzerland's third Mirjam Ott is tied for the lead with a 3-0 record after Thursday’s seventh draw at the Masters of Curling in Abbotsford, B.C. (file photo) (Toru Hanai/REUTERS)
Switzerland's third Mirjam Ott is tied for the lead with a 3-0 record after Thursday’s seventh draw at the Masters of Curling in Abbotsford, B.C. (file photo) (Toru Hanai/REUTERS)

Sweden’s Margaretha Sigfridsson improves to 4-0 at Masters Curling Add to ...

Margaretha Sigfridsson and her rink from Sweden are winning big and often at the Masters Grand Slam of Curling.

Sigfridsson’s club scored five points in the second end in Draw 9 on Thursday on the way to an 8-2 victory over Ottawa’s Rachel Homan.

The Swedish rink now sits in sole possession of first place in the women’s standing with a 4-0 record. Mirjam Ott of Switzerland is second at 3-1 but was idle for the ninth draw. Homan is 1-2.

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Edmonton’s Heather Nedohin downed Japan’s Satsuki Fujisawa 5-2 to improve her record to 2-1. Fujisawa’s rink is 0-3 after the loss.

Saskatoon’s Stefanie Lawton dispatched Latvia’s Evita Regza 6-2. Lawton has a 2-1 record, while Regza drops to 0-3.

In men’s play, Scotland’s David Murdoch scored two points in the eighth end to slip past Switzerland’s Sven Michel 6-5.

Denmark’s Rasmus Stjerne earned two points in the second end to top New Zealand’s Peter De Boer 5-3.

Glenn Howard of Coldwater, Ont., is still in first in the men’s standings with a 3-0 record.

Murdoch, Michel, Stjerne and four other teams have 2-1 records. De Boer is 0-3.

 

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