Jim played a part in almost every trophy over the season as his participation in most of the trophy giving at the AGM testified.
He was one of the most improved curlers having put in a lot of effort to change his game and it really paid off. His best night was playing Skip against Bonnybridge winning 6 v 1.
President Graeme Anderson presented the trophy (left) to the worthy winner Jim Marshall (right)..
It makes sorry reading this season after our glorious triumph last season, but as of now we are the bottom club in the SCCA League having won only a single game out of the seven played. We have -15 shots on aggregate and only 3 points on the board for our solitary win against Bonnybridge. Still the other half of the season to go, can we make a move up the board?
We played our Points competition with our neighbouring Stirling clubs, Borestone & Stirling and Torbrex on Monday 12th November at 6:15pm. We agreed to try this out as a way of cutting the cost of this event as so few people turn up for it. 13 players took part overall, we supplied the most with 7. Only 6 disciplines were completed on the night and we rotated who went first on each discipline to provide a fairer test for everyone. Jim Marshall had the highest score on the night with 29 with Graeme and Joe equal third on 25. Alan Lee of Borestone was second with 26. So Jim Marshall is the winner of the John Cairns cup and sadly no ladies from our club took part so no ladies winner. Hope you are feeling better Joan, we know you like taking part. Our club scores here and analysis for those interested.