A local-born curler will be heading to Brandon, MB to represent Team Saskatchewan in the Brier.

Kirk Muyres, born in St. Gregor, skipped his way to a provincial men's title over the week with a perfect 6-0 record. 

He and his team consisting of his brother Dallen, along with the Marsh twins Daniel and Kevin defeated Team J. Hartung, Team Virtue, Team Kalfotff and Team Heidt on their way to the championship bracket. 

In the Championship bracket, they beat Team Dies 7-6 to advance to the Tankard Finals where they met Team Dunstone. 

The margin for error in the finals was nearly non-existent as the two teams were tied 5-5 after eight ends, Muyres was able to hold hammer going into the 10th and final end where he picked up a single point and was crowned champions, defeating Dunstone 6-5.

The Tim Hortons Brier Men's National Curling Championship will take place from March 2nd-10th, 2019.


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