24 Results for year: 2019
Saturday 2 November was our annual Open Pairs competition.
The winners, who qualify to represent Murrayfield in the Scottish Pairs Championship later this season, were Andrew Sommerville & Craig Brown.
We had another 8-ender this morning!
Congratulations to Ruth Addinall (skip), Kath Murray, Tricia Hastie, and Marjorie Beaumont, of Corstorphine Ladies.
Eight winning teams from some of last season's Edinburgh Curling Club (ECC) competitions competed for the Jackson Trophy on Sunday 20 October. The format was very successful with a High and Low Road competition.
The Jackson Trophy high road winners, pictured below, were Team Swing n Sweep (Alan Chalmers, Calum Forshaw, Jim Glass and Alistair MacRae).
The boards of Murrayfield Curling Limited and Edinburgh Curling Club have revised the cancellation and rescheduling policy. Please read the letter embedded below for full details.
Our new security door will be activated on Tuesday 15 October 2019
, so here's a quick video explaining how to get in.
You'll need your Edinburgh Curling Club (or new Curl Edinburgh) member card for access:
- Swipe it downwards, with the black strip facing the door.
- If the card is read correctly, the lights will flash for a second.
- Once the ...
We cleaned our new curling stones ahead of the Under 21s this weekend, and were astonished by how dirty they were! So we've made this short video to highlight the issue.
These new stones have a rougher texture to the running band, which is in constant contact with the ice, and therefore gathers debris more easily than before. As the video shows, the ...
As we type, the Asham Under 21 Slam is getting underway in Edinburgh for the first time.
This leg of the Slam has traditionally been hosted at Kinross Curling, where the Under 21 Junior Classic had been hosted since 1990. The list of previous winners reads like a whose-who of Scottish curling history, so there's a good chance the winners of our event ...
The President’s Pitcher, a bonspiel with one rink from each Ladies’ club, took place on Monday 23rd September. The winners with 19 shots up were Currie and Balerno, consisting of Betty Gibb (skip), Katie Wood, Jill Black, and Margaret Nicol.
The runners-up were Edinburgh Ladies, featuring Lorna Scott (skip) with Christine Smellie, Kate Abbot, and ...
We celebrated the start of another curling season, after months of extensive building renovations, with our annual Opening Bonspiel on Saturday 21 September. Around 90 participants, plus spectators, enjoyed a light-hearted 4 end game, followed by soup and sandwiches in the clubroom. Between games, Edinburgh Curling Club's President, John Hogarth, led ...
We are delighted to announce the official opening of our brand new platform lift. This fantastic upgrade provides wheelchair curlers with easy access to the clubrooms, bar/catering, and office.
During Saturday morning's Opening Bonspiel, John Hogarth, President of Edinburgh Curling Club, presented Dave Wightman (pictured) with the honour of cutting the ...