Curling This Weekend: From 27th November
Posted on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 4:44pm
The British Curling Wheelchair Squad (Aileen Neilson, Gregor Ewan, Robert McPherson, Jim Gault and Angie Malone) continue their tour of North America with the Cathy Kerr International Bonspiel in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
The competition which will run from Friday 28th to Sunday 30th November will host 16 teams, including Paralympic Gold medallists Team Canada and Paralympic Silver medallists Team Russia. This will be the second time that the Scots will face their fellow Paralympians in recent weeks, having finished runners up to Team Russia in the Canadian Open last weekend.
For more information about the competition go to Cathy Kerr International Bonspiel
The next stage of the European Junior Curling Tour continues in Thun, Switzerland from Thursday 27th November. Scotland’s Royal Club Academy teams Bydone (Robin Brydone, David Baird, Calum Greenwood, Thomas Halder) and Murray (Katie Murray, Sophie Jackson, Hailey Duff, Ellie Fraser) and Perfomance Foundation teams Mouat (Bruce Mouat, Duncan Menzies, Derrick Sloan, Angus Dowell, Blair Fraser) and (Stuart Taylor, Ross Fraser, Bobby Lammie, Gregor Cannon, Alastair Schreiber) will all be attending the event which will continue until Sunday 30th November. Young teams from across Europe, including Sweden, Norway, Russia, Germany and Czech Republic will also be competing.
For more information and to follow the event go to European Junior Curling Tour, Thun
The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events with points being awarded at each event. The top three results will be accumulated to determine the winner who will receive the coveted top prize of secured places at the World Curling Federation Camp in Fussen, Germany.
Team Whyte are currently leading the men’s competition, while Team Aitken currently hold the top spot in the girls section.
For a leaderboard, draw and for results go to Asham Under 17 Slam – Greenacres
Remember that the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2014 are currently in full swing in Champery, Switzerland.
For full match reports following all of Scotland’s games go to:
The European Curling Championship Latest
For more information or to follow the event go to:
The Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2014
Live coverage will also be available on the World Curling Federation’s YouTube Channel World Curling TV.