In the second end this afternoon, Team Czech Republic scored a remarkable five points to take an early 5-0 lead when the Canadian team allowed the Czech Republic to bunch up some stones on the right hand side of the sheet and Nedohin flashed with her final rock.
But give a significant amount of credit to Nedohin’s foursome who simply failed to give up. Team Canada scored a deuce in the third, followed by a steal of three in the fourth to tie the game at 5. Nedohin then dominated the second half of the game, constantly pressuring Czaech skip Linda Klimova with steals in the sixth, seventh and eighth ends and a 8-7 victory.
Next up for Nedohin is Team Denmark this evening. The victory this afternoon was mentally draining for Nedohin’s team, so it will be interesting to see if there is enough energy. Also watch out for the second end, as that is the end where Nedohin says the team are having “brain farts”. Canada is a perfect 4-0 now and lead South Korea and Sweden at 4-1.