UPDATE: Tuesday, Apr 25, 2023, 6:00 AM

Team Sherry Anderson has moved to 4-0 after a convincing 8-3 win over Hong Kong yesterday at the World Women's Curling Championship. 

Team Anderson has a busy day ahead of her in Korea, as she plays Team Poland in the afternoon draw, and Team New Zealand in the evening draw.

UPDATE: Monday, Apr 24, 2023, 6:00 AM

Team Canada is undefeated through three matches in South Korea, as Sherry Anderson and company are only behind Scotland through nearly 14 sessions of round robin play at the World Senior Women's Championship.

Their tournament started off with a 12-2 win over Japan, and then a 7-4 win against Sweden the next morning. They would edge out Team USA 7-6 in their most recent game to remain undefeated. 

Team Canada will be back for two more draws on April 25th beginning against Hong Kong in the day's first draw, and then they will take on New Zealand to help cap off another day of action.

ORIGINAL: Friday, Apr 21, 2023, 12:00 PM

Delisle born skip Sherry Anderson and her team, which also features Biggar's Anita Silvernagle, are at the World Senior Women's Championship once again.

It is in South Korea this time around, and 14 teams including the Anderson squad, will be taking part.

Anderson and Team Canada begin their tournament against Japan tomorrow morning and will continue against Sweden in the evening.

West Central Online will be keeping an eye on the team as the tournament rolls on.