1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts

1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts

The 1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts was played at the Charlottetown Civic Centre in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island February 20-28.

In the final, Colleen Jones and her Nova Scotia team would win their first of five championships together (Jones' second). They defeated the defending champions (Team Canada) skipped by Cathy Borst in the final.

Final Round Robin Standings

Page playoffs

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