The Lorraine Jeffries rink from Port Alberni is the BC Masters Women’s Curling champion following competition in Creston last weekend.

Jeffries wins BC Masters title

Lorraine Jeffries curling foursome was crowned champions of BC at the Creston Curling Club on Sunday.

Creston, BC – Lorraine Jeffries curling foursome was  crowned champions of BC at the Creston Curling Club on Sunday.

Jeffries topped the 2014 BC Masters Curling Championship. The ladies and men’s teams will head to Coaldale, Alta., March 31 to April 6 for the 2014 Canadian Masters Curling Championships.

The Kootenay team of Ralph Will won the BC Men’s Masters title.

This is the second BC masters title in a row for Jeffries, who played third for the 2013 champions, Team Lepine.

The women’s championship was close at the top. Team Jeffries, from the Alberni Valley Curling Club, finished with a 5-2 record. They played Team McFadden in the final, winning 7-3 on a three-ender in the sixth.

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