Marla Mallett competed at the 2013 Scotties B.C. Women's Curling championship in Cloverdale last season. Her Cloverdale Curling Club team has qualified for the 2-014 Scotties next month in Prince George.

Cloverdale team qualifies for Scotties

Marla Mallet wins B final at qualifying event in Kelowna

Team Mallet of the Cloverdale Curling Club has qualified for the 2014 Scotties B.C. Women’s Curling Championship in Prince George next month.

Skipped by Langley’s Marla Mallett, the Cloverdale group grabbed the second of two berths to the 10-team provincial tournament that were available at an open qualifying event in Kelowna last weekend. After three wins to reach the A final, Team Mallett lost 6-4 Sunday morning to Amy Gibson of Vancouver. A couple of hours later, Mallett topped Tracey Jones of Prince George 8-5 to win the B final.

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