Canada’s Jones beats Japan in playoff tuneup at women’s world curling playdowns

NORTH BAY, Ont. — Canada’s Jennifer Jones locked up the top seed at the world women’s curling championship Friday with an 8-5 win over Japan’s Tori Koana. Jones scored three points in the third end and took an 8-2 lead by stealing a pair in the sixth.
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