It's Thursday afternoon at 1.30p.m here in Vernon, British Columbia and I'm not sure what to say in this blog so I'll stick with the facts.
Karen Addison, Lynn Cameron and Anne Laird are on sheet A playing Italy, third end as I write. Now you can all count, that makes just three players right? And you're wondering what is going on.
After seven games with Scotland on a record of one win and six losses the team changed, Karen Addison move up to third, Lyndsay Wilson played second stones, but the team went on to lose another game. So it was decided Gail should sit out, Karen would skip and fifth player Lynn Cameron come into the team, so far so good, Gail wasn't happy as you can understand but she was going to sit this one out. Then Lyndsay decided if Gail wasn't playing, she wasn't playing.
And there you have it, make of it what you will, that's why I'm watching three players out there.
By the way the score is 1/1 after three.
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