Kelly Robertson’s rink is one win away from creating history. The two-time defending champions defeated West Kildonan’s Bob Sigurdson 10-8 Sunday evening to reach the finals of the Manitoba Senior Men’s Provincial Curling Championship. As of Monday morning’s press deadline, Robertson’s opponent in the finals was yet to be decided; his rink was set to face the winner of a qualifying game between Pilot Mound’s Curtis McCannell and Sigurdson. The championship game was set to be played at 1:30 p.m. Monday afternoon. Prior to Sunday night’s win over Sigurdson, Robertson won six out of seven round robin games at the Championship to finish as the top-ranked rink in his pool. If Robertson was to win his third consecutive Senior Men’s Provincial title he would become only the third person to ever skip a team to three championships. A win would also mean Robertson’s rink - which includes Doug Armour, Peter Prokopowich and Bob Scales - would become the first foursome to ever win three consecutive titles as a unit. Granite’s Barry Fry, who won three titles in four years between 1992-95, and Valour Road’s Lloyd Gunnlaugson, who won four consecutive from 1982-85, both saw their rinks change players from title-to-title. In recent years, Robertson’s rink has also won the 2011 Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Championship and curled to a silver medal at the 2012 World Senior Curling Championship.