Curling This Weekend: From 31st October
Posted on Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 3:29pm
The third event in the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour continues with the Inverness Skins from Friday 31st October to Sunday 2nd November. The Skins competition will be played in the same format as previous years with 24 teams being split into 4 sections of 5 teams where they will play each other once in a round robin format. There is a slight change to the number of ends being played, in that all games will be 6 ends including the knockout stages on Saturday. The ends will continue to increase in value as the game goes on. The top 2 teams in the money rankings from each section will progress to the knockout stages starting with the quarterfinals on Sunday morning.
For a full draw and standings go to the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour
The 2014 JSA OVCA Junior Superspiel will take place in Ottawa, Canada from Friday 31st October to Sunday 2nd November. Team Aitken (Gina Aitken, Naomi Brown, Rowena Kerr and Rachel Hannen) will be taking part in the competition. In total 16 junior women’s and 16 junior men’s teams will be competing at the event which will be played in a triple knockout format.
For a full team lists, draw and to follow the event go to the OVCA Junior Superspiel
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The second Asham Under 17 Slam of the season will take place at Lanarkshire Ice Rink this weekend from Saturday 1st to Sunday 2nd November. The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events with points being awarded at each event. Current leaders, winners of the Asham Under 17 Slam Lockerbie, Team Whyte (Ross Whyte Kerr Sands, Callum Kinnear and Euan Kyle) will again be taking part in the competition.
For a full draw, team list and line scoring go to the Asham Under 17 Slam Lanarkshire
The Masters, part of the Grand Slam of Curling, continues in Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada until Sunday 2nd November. Scottish teams Muirhead and Murdoch will both be taking place in the competition which will feature some of the biggest names in curling.
For a full preview go to the Grand Slam of Curling Preview