Watch 2017 BC Scotties live on Shaw TV and Youtube

The playoff round of the 2017 Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship, presented by Best Western, is being broadcast across BC and across the nation.

The first televised game, starting at 2pm today (Saturday, Jan 21), is the top-seeded Team Mallett playing against number two seed Team Hudyma. The winner gets a bye to the final Sunday at 4pm and the loser will face the winner of the page 3 vs 4 playoff in the semi-finals Sunday at 11am.

The action takes place at the Glen Harper Curling Centre in Duncan. But if fans cannot make the trip to Duncan, they can view the final four games on Shaw TV. The action can be viewed live on YouTube as well at

The 3 vs 4 page playoffs will get underway at 7pm tonight (Saturday, Jan 21) and will feature Team Gushulak vs Team Wark, with the winner advancing to the semi-final at 11am tomorrow (Sunday, January 22).

Team Mallett features skip Marla Mallett (Walnut Grove), third Shannon Aleksic and sisters Brette Richards (Kelowna, second) and Blaine DeJager (Prince George, lead). The team is coached by Gerry Richard.

Team Hudyma features Vancouver’s Lindsay Hudyma, Vancouver-based Holly Donaldson and the Victoria duo of Stephanie Jackson-Baier and Carley Sandwith. Georgina Wheatcroft, two-time world champion and Olympian (Salt Lake City) is coaching the team.

Chilliwack Curling Club’s Team Wark is skipped by Sarah Wark. The team is rounded out by third Kristin Pilote (Squamish), second Stephanie Prinse (Chilliwack) and lead Michelle Dunn (North Vancouver). They are coached by Kelowna’s Jock Tyre.

Team Gushulak, the bronze medallists from last year’s BC Scotties, is skipped by Diane Gushulak, of Vancouver, and features third Grace MacInnes (Langley), second Jessie Sanderson (Coquitlam) and lead Sandra Comadina (Vancouver). The team is coached by Neil Houston.

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