We’re delighted to congratulate Team Kesley on their huge win at last weekend’s Ferguson Oliver Scottish Curling Senior Championship! The win means Murrayfield will be sending four curlers to Oestersund, Sweden for the World Senior Curling Championship on April 21-28.
The squad faced Team Robertson in the final. Their opponents took an early lead in ...
Next season’s AGM will be held on Thursday, September 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the clubrooms. Elections will be held for next year’s Board positions at the AGM, as well as the following business.
Notice of Meeting
Minutes of the Annual General Meeting on 7th Sept 2017
Matters arising from Minutes
Report from Murrayfield Curling Club ...
Carrington Curling Club will be holding a curling memorabilia sale on Sunday, November 18 and need your help!
Do you have any curling memorabilia which you no longer wish to keep: books, badges, programmes, posters, pictures, jewellery, medals, stones, etc.? This is your chance to de-clutter and donate it to a good cause.
Donations can be dropped off at ...
New Ice Surface Adds Shine To Olympic Sport In The Capital
Curling in Edinburgh will receive a boost when a £1.1 million refurbishment programme gets underway at the Capital’s only Curling Rink at Murrayfield.
Murrayfield Curling Ltd is to replace the rink’s concrete cooling floor, which has reached the end of its lifespan, with a modern more ...
Please join us in congratulating Bruce Mouat and Jennifer Dodds, two of our local curlers, who claimed the top prizes at the Scottish Curling Championship in Perth this weekend!
Bruce Mouat skipped his team to victory in the Men’s Final, alongside teammates Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie, Hammy McMillan, and Coach Alan Hannah. Bruce has seen success at ...
Congratulations to January's 1K Club winners! First prize goes to David Cunningham of SIAE. Second prize goes to Gillean Hoehnke of Pentland Ladies; third prize goes to Alison Harrington, also of Pentland Ladies.
This year’s 1K Club raised £1,500 towards the ECC cash reserves – and the upcoming renovation project.
The 1K club is a monthly prize ...
Congratulations to Carolyn Tough and Margaret Miller, winners of the Ladies Pairs High Road. The runners up were Jill Black and Sandra Renton. The Low Road was won by Vicky Gumley and Frances Kerr, who defeated Barbara Watt and Lindsay Wilson.
We hope all the participants had a lovely time at this annual Edinburgh Curling Club competition.
This year’s Sellar Trophy took place on January 23-25. The Sellar is a ladies’ competition open to curlers from around Scotland.
After three days of play, two very exciting finals went down to the wire. Skip Margaret Robertson managed to score 3 in the last end to beat skip Maggie Barry 8-7 in the High Road.
The all-home Low Road final was 5-4 to ...