The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

Curling this weekend: From 4th February

Posted on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 1:59pm

The National Masters Curling Championships start tomorrow, Thursday 4th February and end on Sunday 7th. It is being played at Greenacres Curling Rink with two men’s and two women’s sections – each section has six teams taking part.

The National Masters Curling Championships is an annual event open to curlers over the age of 60 bringing together the best teams from across Scotland to compete for the national men’s and women’s masters titles.

For the draw and to follow line scores, visit the National Masters Curling Championships event page.

Pictured: Team Adam’s Graeme Adam, at the 2015 Scottish Curling Senior Championships © Richard Gray

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Curl Aberdeen Ice Rink presThe penultimate Scottish Curling Tour event takes place at Curl Aberdeen, 5th – 7th February. The Accord Aberdeen City Open could be a turning point for the tour leader board, the top three teams – Mouat, Hardie and Bryce – aren’t taking part, which gives Team Macleod and Team MacDonald a great opportunity to try and catch up.

There are 20 teams taking part in the competition, split into two sections of 10 teams. Games begin at 12:30pm on Friday with the final scheduled at 3pm on Sunday 7th February. A dinner and race night are held on the Saturday night.

For more about the Accord Aberdeen City Open, and the rest of the tour, please visit the Scottish Curling Tour blog.

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AARAUThe Aarau Mixed Doubles takes place in Switzerland 5th – 7th February. The Curling Champions Tour event is in it’s second year, and has an impressive 24 duos entered from all over Europe, including Scottish players Lee and Judith McCleary.

Selected games will be live streamed on the CCT youtube page. For he draw, team lists and more, please visit the Aarau Mixed Doubles website.