Curling This Week: From 20th March
Posted on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 1:11pm
The Scottish Curling Pairs Championship will take place at Stranraer Ice Rink from Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd March.
This competition is open to teams consisting of two curlers. Ice rinks host their own qualifying events with winners representing their local ice rink at the Championship. Twenty-four teams from sixteen rinks will be taking part in this year’s competitions split over four sections. Section winners and runners-up will qualify for the final knock-out stages. All games are 6 ends.
Play gets underway at 10:00am on Friday 20th march with the Final scheduled for 3:00pm on Sunday 22nd March.
For a full list of competing rinks, teamlists, draw and to follow the event go to the Scottish Curling Pairs Championship
Photo top right: WCF/Richard Gray
The Funspiel Finals take place on Sunday 22rd March at Braehead Curling. The Funspiel Finals is competed for by 1 Representative Team from each region, in the under 13 and under 15 age group. This one day event brings together four members of the same RCCC Junior Club who will play a round-robin consisting of 3 x 4 end games to determine the overall winner of each age group. Prizes will be presented to the winning teams in each age category.
In addition to the competition a fun ‘Hotshots’ event will take place in which each team member will attempt a ‘Draw shot’ and ‘Strike Out’ challenge. Each team will select a member of their team to play a ‘Golden Draw Shot’ for bonus points and another team member to play a ‘Golden Strike Out’ for bonus points. Individual scores will be combined to give the team total and there will be prizes for the winning teams in each age category.
For a full draw and line-scoring go the RCCC Funspiel
Pictured last year’s winners of the Under 15, Under 13 competitions and Under 13 and Under 15 hotshots winners.
For round ups of all of Scotland’s games go to the World Women’s Curling Championship Latest
For more information about the competition and to follow live line scoring go to the World Women’s Curling Championships