Meet the Players


Nicole Kendall (Newmarket, ON) – A perennial contender on the Canadian circuit, Kendall gets a chance to go toe-to-toe with some fantastic competition on the international level. She has been a member of Team Canada’s Battle of the Border roster for the past two years, last year playing an integral part in the Canadian victory over Team USA








17-year-old Andrea Toth (Richmond, BC) – One year removed from winning the 2016 Girl’s U17 Canadian Junior Open, Toth was the U19 finalist in this year’s Canadian Junior Championships. Due to her strong showing over the past year, Toth earned herself an automatic selection to don the red and white in New Zealand.








16-year-old Charlotte Orcutt (Toronto, ON) – Fresh from winning a national title in the U17 division of the 2017 Canadian Junior Championship, Orcutt is the youngest member of the team, being named to the team less than a month after her sixteenth birthday. Orcutt is in fine form after winning her first national title, ready to soak in the experience of an international event providing significant experience for the rising star.







17-year-old, Emma Jinks (Stratford, PEI) – Jinks appears to be prepared for the international limelight after three years of complete dominance on the Canadian junior circuit. She most recently was crowned champion in the U19 division at the 2017 Canadian Junior Championship. Prior to the U19 title, Jinks captured the U17 Champion in 2016 and U15 Champion in 2015. The Prince Edward Island native has been making waves, the most impressive feat however, is that Jinks has done it all by the age of 16.  This tournament marks the first time she will compete at a World Championship.