Dacey

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Mark Dacey - Competitive History
... Mark Dacey was a runner-up in the 1995 Brier, as the vice-skip for team Saskatchewan (skipped by Brad Heidt) ... Dacey also won the 2002 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship ... In 2005, Dacey was unable to win the Nova Scotia men's championship, precluding him from defending his National title at the 2005 Tim Hortons Brier ...
Andrew Gibson
... Gibson was a member of Mark Dacey's rink from 2003 to 2010 ... He has been to the Brier three times with Dacey (2003, 2004, 2006) winning the Brier in 2004 ... Before playing for Dacey, Gibson played for Peter Eddy and had played in two Canadian Junior Curling Championships ...
2004 Nokia Brier - Final
... Dacey had first rock advantage in the first end due to their first place position in the round-robin ... Ferbey led 8–4 after the 7th end but Dacey's team put themselves back into the game with a big 3 point 8th end ... Forcing Alberta to take a single in the 9th, Dacey was 2 down coming home but had last rock advantage ...
2004 Nokia Brier - Playoffs - Playoff Games One and Two
... (draw 19) of the page playoffs was between Mark Dacey's team from Nova Scotia (first overall) versus Randy Ferbey's team from Alberta (second overall) ... The game was placed on sheet B on March 12 with Dacey having last rock advantage in the first end ... Team 10 ... Final Nova Scotia (Dacey) 0 ... X 6 Alberta (Ferbey) 3 ... X 10 Game two (draw 20) of the page playoffs was between Brad Gushue's team ...
Mark Dacey
... Mark Dacey (born June 22, 1966) is a Canadian curler from the Mayflower Curling Club in Halifax, Nova Scotia, but originally from Saskatchewan ... Dacey is a former Canadian men's curling champion skip, winning the 2004 Nokia Brier ... Dacey went on to win a bronze medal at the 2004 Ford World Curling Championship ...