Robyn Silvernagle and her team from the Twin Rivers Curling Club in North Battleford will not repeat as provincial women's curling champions despite wins in their final two round-robin games at the Viterra Scotties in Tisdale on Friday.

Silvernagle, with Swift Current's Kelly Schafer at third, Chaelyn Kitz at second and Kara Thevenot at lead, knocked off previously unbeaten Skylar Ackerman of Saskatoon 10-5 in their first game of the day. Robyn scored deuces in the second and fourth ends to build a 5-2 lead after five ends, then picked up three to go up 8-2 in the sixth. After Ackerman responded with three of her own in the seventh, Silvernagle picked up two more in the eighth to close out the victory.

In the afternoon draw, Silvernagle earned a hard-fought 5-2 win over Mandy Selzer and her team from Balgonie to finish round-robin with a 3-2 record and needing some help to pick up the last playoff spot in Pool B. In the evening draw, Jessica Mitchell of Saskatoon defeated Regina's Jana Tsidale 10-4 and Michelle Englot from the Highland in Regina edged Selzer 6-5. Englot and Mitchell moved into a tie for second with Silvernagle, but the defending champs were eliminated due to their losses against those two teams, who will play a tie-breaker on Saturday afternoon with the winner moving on to the Page Playoffs.

In Pool A, last year's runner-up Nancy Martin of Martensville earned the top spot with a 5-0 record and will face Ackerman in the Page Playoff game on Saturday night. Moose Jaw's Penny Barker is in second with a 3-2 record, but could be in a tie-breaker with Amber Holland if her rink from the Kronau Curling Club wins their final round-robin game against Regina's Brooklyn Stevenson on Saturday morning.

The winner of the game between Ackerman and Martin will advance directly to the final on Sunday at 3:00pm, while the loser will go to the semi-final on Sunday morning against the winner of the other Page Playoff game between the number two seeds. The champions will represent Saskatchewan at next month's Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary.