Thursday, 12 January 2017

Results - Spring League Round 1

G Stanley v C Forbes (11*-9) [*club rule 1 invoked 6 shots added to G Stanley score]
K Beaton v J Florance (6-7)
C Morrison v M Coutts (6-6)
L Fisher v A Shand (6-7)

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Results - Winter League Round 18

This round of matches concludes the Winter League. The final standings are here.

I Ingram v R Morrison (5-8)
I Kerr v A Macrae (6-8)
G Fisher v I McKay (13-1)
B Yeats v N Bruce (9-4)

Saturday, 7 January 2017

Message from the President

" A very Happy New Year to you all.

Congratulations to Norman, James, Robin and Fiona on winning the Winter League. Wishing the runner up contestants a good game on Sunday.

Commiserations to my team. However, looking on the bright side it proved to be the least expensive season ever ! "

Moira

Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Winter League Champions

By winning their penultimate game before Christmas Norman Bruce, James Florance, Robin Bowden and Fiona Glascodine were crowned Winter League Champions this evening. Well done them.

The Winter League concludes this Sunday when the runners up will be decided.

Results - Winter League Round 17

B Yeats v R Morrison (9-2)
N Bruce v I McKay (11-7)
I Ingram v R Shand (1-10)
G Fisher v I Kerr (6-11)

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Results - Winter League Round 16

G Fisher v B Yeats (7-6)
R Morrison v R Shand (5-7)
I Ingram v N Bruce (3-8)
I McKay v A Macrae (6-10)

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Results - Winter League Round 15

I Ingram v G Fisher (1-8)
I McKay v I Kerr (4-6)
B Yeats v A Macrae (1-7)
N Bruce v R Shand (9-8)

Sunday, 11 December 2016

Results - Winter League Round 14

G Fisher v R Shand (8-5)
N Bruce v R Morrison (6-5)
I Ingram v A Macrae (8-9)
B Yeats v I Kerr (14*-6) [*club rule 1 invoked 6 shots added to B Yeats score]

Friday, 9 December 2016

How often do you replace your brush head ?

The act of sweeping produces friction and collects debris in the fabric. The result is the fabric on the brush head is subject to normal wear. With use, decline in a brush heads sweeping performance can be expected. Typically curlers outside of those competing in elite competitions have paid little attention to the condition of the brush head. The importance of doing so is now better understood.

The World Curling Federation (WCF) believes a good analogy is that curling brush heads should be treated more like golf balls, than like golf clubs. A golfer regardless of their ability wouldn't likely attempt to use the same ball for an entire season. Similarly, replacement of curling brush heads, pads or covers, like golf balls should occur on a regular basis.

Some manufacturers suggest curling brush heads should be replaced once a season if they're used once per week, twice per season if they're used twice per week, and so on. The WCF believes this to be a useful guideline for club curlers to consider.

Taken from the WCF web site.

Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Results - Winter League Round 13

I Ingram v I Kerr (2-8)
G Fisher v R Morrison (8-3)
B Yeats v I McKay (11-2)
R Shand v A Macrae (9-4)