Manitoba win the men's curling finals

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Manitoba has won the right to represent Canada at the men's World Junior Curling Championship in Switzerland in February. 

The team took on New Brunswick Sunday night, with the teams evenly matched up until the fourth end, when Manitoba took a four point steal to pull ahead. 

New Brunswick had to play catch up for most of the game, and trailed by two points going into the final end. Manitoba managed to hold onto its lead, and won the game 7-5. 

The Manitoba team, from Winnipeg, is made up of:

Skip: Braden Calvert

Third: Kyle Kurz

Second: Lucas Van Den Bosch

Lead: Brendan Wilson

Coach: Tom Clasper

Third place went to Alberta. 

 

Geographic location: Manitoba, New Brunswick, Winnipeg Alberta

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