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SCOTTISH curling skip Tom Brewster admitted it may take him and his team a while to fully appreciate their achievements at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina after an agonisingly narrow defeat to hosts Canada in Sunday's final.
At THE end of a tense semi-final that went to an extra end, Scotland emerged as 7-6 winners over Norway to set up a final against hosts and hot favourites Canada in last night's final of the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina.
Scotland lost out to favourites and hosts Canada, going down by 2-5 in their play-off at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina, Canada, and last night had to beat either Sweden or Norway, who played in the other play-off game, in the semi-final to win through to today's final.
Scotland were due to take on Canada in a high stakes match at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina, Canada, last night.
Tom Brewster's unbeaten record was finally breached as Scotland went down to Canada by 3-7 in their seventh round-robin game of the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina, Canada.
Aberdeen's Tom Brewster and his Scottish team of third Greg Drummond, second Scott Andrews and lead Michael Goodfellow kept their dream debut going at the Ford World Men's Championship in Regina, Canada, with a further win that kept them on top of the rankings, undefeated after six starts.
Scotland beat Sweden 7-6 win in their opening round-robin game at the Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Regina on Saturday evening as Tom Brewster's Aberdeen team made a successful debut at this level.
Scotland's Anna Sloan had a 7-6 win over USA yesterday afternoon to get some momentum going for her campaign at the Capital One World Women's Championship in Esbjerg, Denmark.
Scotland's Eve Muirhead dominated yesterday's final of the World Junior Curling Championships in Perth to beat Canada's Trish Paulsen by 10-3 and claim what is a record-breaking fourth junior world crown.
It WENT all the way to a tense extra end, but local lass Eve Muirhead eventually carved out a 7-6 win for Scotland over Russia in the Page play-off game of the World Junior Curling Championships to keep her dream of a unique fourth world junior title alive.
Scotland's men's and women's teams both made good starts on the opening day of the World junior championships in Perth.
Appearing in his fourth final, Aberdeen's Tom Brewster finally won the Bruadar Scottish Men's Curling Championship at Perth yesterday evening, beating Forfar's Sandy Reid by 5-4.
Capital curlers Annie Laird, Ross Hepburn and Colin Campbell all missed out on the chance to represent Scotland at this spring's World Championships after an intense final weekend at the Scottish Championships in Perth.
Capital curler Ross Hepburn and his team went through to today's knockout stages despite losing their final round robin match at the Scottish Championships in Perth last night.
Ross HEPBURN got the better of fellow Edinburgh curler Colin Campbell at the Scottish Championships in Perth last night as both teams stayed on course for this weekend's knockout stages.
Edinburgh's Annie Laird today had World Curling gold in her sights as she and her team were beginning their Scottish Championship campaign against Murrayfield's Gillian Howard at the Dewars Centre in Perth this afternoon.
Edinburgh curler Annie Laird and her team failed to deliver a home victory after losing in the semi-finals of the Glynhill International at Glasgow's Braehead Arena yesterday.
Edinburgh curler Colin Campbell and his team return to the scene of their bitterest defeat at the Dewars Centre in Perth tonight.