Bruce Mouat hopes Scotland have saved their best f

2022-04-05
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Bruce Mouat hopes Scotland have saved their best for final after setting up World Curling Championship gold medal chance against Norway - Evening Express - Today News Post Today News || UK News

Bruce Mouat hopes Scotland’s best is yet to come after he and Jen Dodds defeated Canada tot set up a World Championship gold medal match for the second time in successive months in Aberdeen.

It was the second time in the event that the two nations that are most closely associated with the sport had met and just as they had in the round-robin stages, Dodds and Mouat proved too strong for the highly regarded pairing of Kerri Einarson, skip of the current Canadian women’s champions and 2006 Winter Olympic gold medallist Brad Gushue as they ran out 7-4 winners.

Bruce Mouat hopes Scotland have saved their best for final after setting up World Curling Championship gold medal chance against Norway - Evening Express - Today News Post? Graeme Hart
Bruce Mouat and Jen Dodds who are representing Scotland at the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships at Curl Aberdeen

While Mouat gained considerable confidence for last month’s defeat in the World Men’s Doubles final to Sweden with unprecedented back to back Grand Slam victories on the following two weekends, he said that beating Norway in today’s final would be the perfect way to make up for that loss.

“Let’s go one better this time,” he beamed.

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