Sauchie and Bannockburn Curling Club

    Member of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club

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Dunn Trophy v Fintry v Kilsyth

22nd November, Wednesday 18:15 There will be a meal afterwards.

Inter Club Games

Cairns Elder Trophy vs Crossmyloof

23rd November, Thursday 18:00 @ Braehead Arena with a meal afterwards.

Swanswater (Button) Trophy vs Torbrex

16th January, Tuesday 18:30 (In the NCA)

Polmaise Trophy vs Borestone & Stirling

12th February, Monday 18:30 (In the NCA)

Alex Reid Memorial Trophy

14th March, Wednesday 18:15 v Laurieston & Zetland

 

 

 

14th March, Wednesday 20:30 v Bonnybridge

Derrick let Joan skip to help her knee problem and it certainly didn't affect the result any as they beat Fintry 9 v 3. John's team had a harder task against Kilsyth but won it 9 v 6 in the end. Well done to all. A buffet was served in the restaurant afterwards and the trophy presented back to us for another year.

 

 

 

 

 

The matches against Crossmyloof were well contested despite both our teams winning 11 v 5. It is always a challenge getting the feel for another ice rink, made harder with our use of the National Curling Academy but both teams settled into the play well. A buffet was also had after this match, a curling platter, nice, but the Peak one is definitely better.

 

 

 

 

Our usual friendly but fiercely competitive game against Torbrex resulted in Torbrex regaining the trophy with rink 2 losing 7 v 10 and rink 1 being peels at 7 v 7. We went up to the restaurant for a drink and the trophy presentation after the game.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Alex Reid tournament is a big challenge every season and this year Lauriston and Zetland had a new skip playing who cannily managed to deal with our first team to win by 3 shots. Our second team managed a whole lot better against Bonnybridge but the overall winner was Borestone and Stirling who won both games, the only club to do so.

 

 

 

 

 

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