Sauchie and Bannockburn Curling Club

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The Latest Club News

Graeme Anderson was awarded the Provost's Quaich at the AGM for being the most successful curler with a score of 41 points. The highest total achieved to date.

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Graeme was a very successful skip as well as winning the individual Points competition and the Pairs knock out.


Derrick Douglas was the runner up and it came down to the closing bonspiel to decide the winner, with Graeme being on the winning side rather than Derrick.


Derrick presented the trophy to the new President Graeme Anderson.

John Brisbane is the Points Champion.

On Wednesday the 15th of November just over half the club membership turned up for the Points competition. It was good to see so many people on the ice for this event as the club pays for two sheets of ice to stage this event to find the top curler in the club. We played on sheets 5 and 6 with 6 playing very different from 5 as usual. John ramped up his score on sheet 5 mostly but pulled ahead in the last three disciplines on both sheets to snatch the title away from Graeme by just 3 points.We mananged nine out of ten disciplines this year because of the numbers playing, despite starting earlier than the advised time of 6:15pm. It really would be very helpful if a couple of people turned up to mark the scores, as this would ensure a smooth running of the play. Full guidance is provided on how to score the shots. Joan won the Ladies Trophy simply for turning up, ladies, please give it a try, you could win the trophy next year. Points Scores. Points Analysis.


We have retained the Dunn Trophy

Our annual match against Kilsyth and Fintry for the Dunn trophy took place on the 22nd November and both our teams won their games to score 4 points to secure the trophy for another year. Well done everyone.