The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

Curling this weekend: What’s On 15-19 Nov

Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 4:25pm

Greenacres Curling Rink host The Scottish Province Championship this weekend from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th November. The Scottish Province Championship is a Royal Caledonian Curling Club competition with all RCCC Provinces across Scotland invited to take part. Thirty teams will be competing including last year’s Champions Stirlingshire Province which was represented by Kilsyth Curling Club (pictured – courtesy of Hugh Stewart).

Click for Scottish Province Championship Draw
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The Aberdeen Ladies Open gets underway on Friday 16th November at Curl Aberdeen with play starting from 5pm. 22 teams will be competing in this year’s competition including teams Fleming and Vevers from the RCCC Performance Programme and teams Wilson, Aitken, Murray and Baxter from the Royal Club Academy. The final will be held at 3pm on Sunday 18th November.

For line scores, results and standings visit the event website Aberdeen Ladies Open 2012

Eve Muirhead’s Performance Squad team of Anna Sloan, Vicki Adams and Claire Hamilton will be competing at the 2012 Rogers Masters in Brantford, Ontario which gets underway on Thursday 15th November. In the Women’s event 34 teams will be taking part with Muirhead’s first game at 9:00am against Calgary Alberta’s Team Kleibrink. The event runs until Monday 19th November.

For more information visit the event website Rogers Masters Grand Slam of Curling
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Strathcona Cup
This weekend, members of the 2003 Strathcona Cup Tour (Scotland to Canada) are coming together again and on Friday, 48 of the 53 tourists still with us, hold their Annual Re-union at Dewars Rinks in Perth, where they will initially take to ice in a fun Bonspiel. This will be followed by a draw to the wooden bottle on the pot lid, which gives the victor the opportunity to toast absent friends at the Dinner later that evening. The tourists then adjourn to the Mercure Perth Hotel where they will enjoy great camaraderie at the Annual Tour Dinner. After the meal, the tourists will while away the night, recounting stories of games all across Canada, won and lost during their trip of a lifetime, and also partaking of a few refreshments.

After a few hours sleep, these same worthy souls will be back on the ice at Dewars Centre, to lock horns with the 2013 outgoing Scotland to Canada Strathcona Cup Tour. Teams from the 2013 West and Central Tours will match up against the 2003 West tourists, whilst after a lunch, the 2013 East and remaining Central tourists, will curl against the 2003 East Tour. There is no trophy at stake, but bragging rights are there to be established.