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Muyres, Marsh brothers join forces on Saskatoon ice at Nutana Curling Club

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WATCH ABOVE: Kirk and Dallan Muyres have joined forces with Dan and Kevin Marsh for the 2018-19 curling season and they’ve already qualified for two Grand Slam events. Ryan Flaherty reports – Dec 18, 2018

The Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon is home to some of the province’s top teams, including a new one to the scene.

Kirk and Dallan Muyres have joined forces with Dan and Kevin Marsh and the foursome is making steady progress up the world rankings. So far this season, they’ve qualified for two Grand Slam events.

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The Muyres brothers got their curling start in the Humboldt area, while the twins began playing at the Tartan Curling Club in Regina.

They’ve competed against each other for years, but now the two sets of brothers have brought their skill onto one team with a single goal — winning together.

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“On the curling ice, we got similar thoughts going around,” Team Muyres third Kevin Marsh said.

“Some teammates might have to talk it out a little bit more, [but with us] there’s some more of that intuition going around where you don’t have to talk about it as much. We’re kind of on the same wavelength.”

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Global’s Ryan Flaherty decided to find out which brotherly bond is the strongest with a quiz to see which sibling knew the other the best.

Turns out these brothers know each other pretty well, but no matter the outcome, they’re all teammates now with hopes of greater bragging rights in the sport.

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