Curling This Weekend: 28th November to 1st December
Posted on Thursday, November 28, 2013 at 10:31am
The next event in the wheelchair curling calendar begins Thursday 28th November in Ottowa, Canada with the Cathy Kerr International Bonspiel. Team GB (Aileen Neilson, Gregor Ewan, Robert McPherson, and Tom Killin) will be hoping that they can continue their winning form following the Kinross Wheelchair International, and the Danish Wheelchair Curling International to claim another victory ahead of the Paralympic Games next March. There are 16 teams taking part in the competition including Team Canada, Team USA and Team Slovakia. The competition runs until Sunday 1st December.
For a full draw,playing schedule and team listings visit Cathy Kerr International Bonspiel.
Photo: Pictured Aileen Neilson and Tom Killin. WCF/Alina Pavlyuchik
The next leg of the Asham Under 17 Slam gets underway on Saturday 30th November with The Baljaffray Trophy at Greenacres. There are 24 young teams from across Scotland taking part in the competition which will split over six groups – black, blue, brown, green, yellow and red. Finals will take place on Sunday 1st December.
For a full draw and line scoring visit Asham Under 17 Slam Greenacres.
For daily reports on the competition including draw-by-draw reports, player reaction and action photography go to the European Curling Championships page of the RCCC website.
Event website: http://ecc2013.curlingevents.com
Photo: Claire Hamilton, Eve Muirhead and Vicki Adams © WCF/Richard Gray 2013
The Co-Operative Funeralcare Scottish Curling Championship 2014 begins Friday 29th November 2013 at Dumfries Ice Bowl.Seven of Scotland’s top women’s teams will be competing in this year’s Championship which has a new format comprising a double round robin and Mini Page Play-off with the top three teams progressing to the knock out stages.
Selected games will be broadcast by Dumfries Ice Bowl Association