Four Steals in a Row by Scotland Hands Canada Its First Loss
In the final round robin game of the 2007 Women's World Championships, Scotland defeated previously unbeaten Team Canada 7 - 5. Canada led 5-2 after five ends, and then Scotland was forced to take one in the sixth end, handing the hammer back to Canada.
Canada appeared to be well-set from then on, but Scotland stole one point in each of the final four ends, beating Canada and spoiling its otherwise unblemished record.
Labels: Women's Worlds