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Good luck messages continue to roll in

Your messages for the Team GB curlers keep on coming.

The men are due to start their gold medal match against Canada any moment now!

"Good luck boys! You can do it - best wishes from all here at the Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop"

– Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop on Facebook

"Gd luck guys lets go for gold"

– Archie Mcgeoch on Facebook

"Going for gold!! Good luck boys"

– Sophie Hogg on Facebook

Keep sending your messages to us on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #comeoncurlers

Your good luck e-mails for the boys

So, today's the day! Team GB's male curlers take on Canada for a gold medal at the Winter Olympics.

All day you've been sending us your messages of support for the boys. Let's hope it works!

"Please convey our congratulations to Eve, Anna, Vicky and Claire on their wonderful achievement winning a Bronze Medal today and send our Good Wishes to David, Greg, Scott and Michael in their quest for Gold tomorrow. We are all so, so proud of them all."

– Nithsdale Ladies Curling club

"Well done the Lasses. Come the boys! Great job done by all."

– Ron and Margaret Hudson, Langholm

"Would like to congratulate the girls curling team on their bronze medal win today. Also would like to wish the mens team every success in their gold attempt. Great week!!!"

– Colin & Connie, Stranraer

Murdoch to lead curlers at Winter Olympics

Scotland's David Murdoch has been selected to skip the Great Britain rink at this year's Winter Olympics in Sochi.

The 35-year-old from Lockerbie has led Team GB's two previous medal attempts at the Games in Turin and Vancouver and he will be joined by Tom Brewster, Greg Drummond, Scott Andrews and Michael Goodfellow.

Murdoch skipped the side to bronze and the World Championships in March and says they hope to add to their haul in Russia.

"It's extremely inspiring to be part of such a promising team.

"We will go to Sochi believing in ourselves.

"Having met most of the Team GB athletes in the mix for Sochi, I know every one of us is giving our final preparations everything we have."

– David Murdoch

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