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. She dropped a 10-8 decision to Kerry Galusha of the Northwest Territories on Friday afternoon before losing 6-5 to Homan in a tightly contested final match. "Were a team that rebounds very well," Nedohin said. "Youve got to handle some hiccups I guess you could say along the way. Id look at our record last year (7-4). Id say we did pretty well with the losses that we had." Nedohin defeated Jones 6-5 in an extra end in last years semifinal. A measurement of stones was required to declare the winner. Nedohin then beat Scott 7-6 for the gold medal. Elsewhere in the late draw, Scott beat Quebec 9-5, and Nova Scotia cruised past Alberta 6-2. There are several interesting storylines heading into the final weekend. Scott and Jones are hoping for bigger things after coming up painfully short last year. Nedohin is eager to prove the 2012 win was no fluke. And Homan wants to take the next step after settling for fourth place in her only other appearance in 2011. "You can step on the ice four times and get four different results," Scott said of the top rinks. "You know when you play those teams that you have to be on and sharp and look for not leaving them any big shots for multiple points." Jones outclassed Homan in their round-robin game Thursday morning, a 9-7 Manitoba win. Nova Scotia vice-skip Colleen Jones said the top rinks are all quite close, but she gives Manitoba a slight edge. "They definitely have the whole package and theyve got experience on their side," she said. "Theyve won so much, they know that they can keep on winning." After 17 draws, New Brunswick was 6-5, Prince Edward Islands Suzanne Birt was 5-6 and Nova Scotias Mary-Anne Arsenault was 5-6. The standings were rounded out by Quebecs Allison Ross (3-8), Stacie Devereaux of Newfoundland and Labrador (2-9), Northwest Territories/Yukon (2-9) and Albertas Kristie Moore (1-10). Announced attendance was 4,129 for the late draw, short of the arena capacity of 5,700. The afternoon attendance was to 3,544. 22:59ET 22-02-13 ' ' '