Final four set at the BC men’s curling championship

Jim Cotter, Sean Geall, Glen Jackson and Dean Joanisse will play for a berth at the Brier.

The final four rinks are set at the 2016 Canadian Direct Insurance BC Men’s Curling Championship.

Defending champion Jim Cotter will play Sean Geall in the Page 1-2 Playoff on Saturday at 2 p.m., while Glen Jackson and Dean Joanisse will meet in the Page 3-4 match at 7 p.m.

Jackson secured his berth with a 7-4 win Friday night against Jason Montgomery. Joanisse, meanwhile, earned his playoff spot with a 5-4 comeback victory over Neil Dangerfield.

Earlier in the day, Geall earned the right to play Cotter following a 5-1 win against Jackson.

Cotter had previously secured a playoff berth Thursday.

The tournament ends Sunday.

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