Cotter improves to 4-0; Richard to 3-1 at BC Men’s Curling Championships

Jim Cotter advances to page playoff while logjam exists in second place with four rinks at 3-1

Jim Cotter and his Kelowna-Vernon rink has qualified page playoff at the 2016 Canadian Direct Insurance BC Men’s Curling Championships.

Cotter improved to 4-0 at the 16-rink tournament with a 5-4 win over Michael Johnson on Thursday.

Johnson’s loss put him in a four-way tie for second place with a 3-1 record with among others, Kelowna’s Jeff Richard’s rink.

Richard beat Wes Craig 6-3 in draw 6 of the event being held in Nelson.

The championships run until Sunday. The winner represents BC at the Brier, March 5 to 13 in Ottawa.

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