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Major Curling League makes a stop in Kincardine
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The Career Horizons Grey-Bruce Major Curling League made a stop at the Kincardine Curling Club Sunday for a full schedule of action.

Les Shane’s Kincardine rink used home ice to cruise to a 7-1 win over Doug Hamilton in the first draw of the day. Shane, however, was beaten by Don Shane’s Karn’s Roofing Rink 8-6 in the afternoon match-up.

Kincardine's entry in the Grey-Bruce Major Culring Leauge, pictured Sunday afternoon in Kincardine following a league game. In back are skip Les Shane and vice Mike Merawa. In front, seccond Graig Milburn, left, and lead Sam Turcotte. (Eric Howald photo)

The Kincardine games were two of the six played at the Kincardine Club Sunday.

With the split, Shane’s rink is now in fourth place in Major Curling League play with a 3-2 record.

The team earned a 7-3 win last Wednesday night in Hanover over Paul Godward’s rink.

Shane is in action again tonight (Wednesday) at the Port Elgin Curling Club.

Al Hutchinson’s Ram Trophies and Sportswear rink of Owen Sound currently sits in first place in the standings with a 4-1 record.