John Morris and his rink representing Kelowna and Vernon curling clubs is two wins away from advancing to the Tim Horton's Brier.
Morris who skips the team, Jim Cotter who throws last stones, second Tyrel Griffith and lead Rick Sawatsky became the first team to qualify for the playoffs at the BC Men's Curling Championships in Vancouver Thursday night.
They beat Neil Dangerfield of Victoria 6-5 in the "a" side final to go through the triple knockout portion of the championship a perfect 4-0.
Morris and company led 4-2 after seven ends before giving up three to Dangerfield in the eighth.
After blanking nine Morris was able to score his deuce in 10 for the victory.
The Okanagan rink will now wait for the triple knockout portion to conclude before learning who he fill face in the Page Playoff 1-2 game Saturday morning at 11.
Kelowna's Jeff Richard is just two wins away from joining Morris in the playoff round.
After dropping his opening game back on Wednesday, Richard has reeled off three straight wins to advance to the "B" event semi-final.
The winner of the "B" event plus two qualifiers from the "C" event will advance to Saturday's playoff round.
The final is set for Sunday at 4 p.m. with the winner advancing to next month's Brier in Kamloops.