Kelowna's Kelly Scott will pursue her seventh B.C. women's curling title next month in Coquitlam.

Kelowna rink among favourites at B.C. Scotties

Kelly Scott, a six-time winner, will lead her team at provincials Jan. 19 to 24

Six-time provincial champion Kelly Scott of Kelowna will lead a field of eight rinks into the 2016 B.C. Scotties Women’s Curling Championship Jan.19 to 24 in Coquitlam.

Scott, along with with third Shannon Aleksic, second Jenna Loder and lead Sarah Pyke secured a berth at provincials by earning the most points of all B.C. rinks on the CTRS (Canadian Team Ranking System).

The Scott foursome will be joined by defending champion Patti Knezevic of Prince George, Royal City rinks Diane Galushak and Amy Gibson, Victoria’s Sarah Wark, the Amanda Russett and Karla Thompson teams from Kamloops and Kesa Van Osch of Nanaimo.

The final game on Jan.24 will air at 4 p.m. on Sportsnet One.


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