Members of Penicuik Curling Club were in for a treat last weekend as the cold snap allowed them to step onto outdoor ice for the first time in eight years.
The traditional spirit of the sport was ignited once more as teams threw the hundred-year-old stones across the Pond at Penicuik House Estate.
Penicuik House ...
January victories and upcoming events
Great News from the Scottish Curling Junior Championships!
We’re delighted to congratulate Team Davie, which includes two Murrayfield juniors!
The squad - which includes Gogar Park Young Curlers Kirsty Barr and Emma Barr - claimed the top prize at the ...
The annual Youngsters Cup has been running on Sunday mornings this January at Murrayfield.
The competition is designed to give some of our youngers curlers experience in playing skip and third and to give newer curlers experience of game playing. Coaches are on the ice throughout to support and help in the head and ...
Congratulations to Team Gibb, the winners of the 2019 Sellar Trophy!
This ladies event was a two-section Schenkel, with the top two rinks in each section qualifying for the High Road. The third and fourth rinks in each section qualify for the Low Road.
After two days of play, the low road final featured Elizabeth ...
The minutes from the 2018 Edinburgh Curling Club Annual General Meeting are available here.
Celebrating the season & looking forward to 2019
Seven Sessions to Play Till the Break!
It’s been a busy first half of the season. We’re particularly excited about the enthusiasm we’re seeing among beginner curlers. We weren't quite creative enough to come up with 12 Days of Curling Christmas, ...
The Henderson Bishop playdowns were held from December 4 to 6 at Murrayfield Curling Rink.
The winners were Barbara Watt (Skip), Jean Hammond (Third), Shona Watt (Second) and Lindsey Wilson (Lead), and the runners up were Currie & Balerno 1, Susan Kesley (Skip), Fran Stretton (Third), Morna Aitken (Second) and Jenny ...
Please join us in celebrating Scotland’s win over Sweden at the 2018 European Curling Championships!
Edinburgh native Bruce Mouat skipped his team to victory over defending champs Sweden in an exciting match this weekend.
Read the latest from Scottish Curling
Hear Bruce on Good Morning Scotland
He’s not ...
by Robin Copland
When you give experienced curlers excellent curling ice, good things tend to happen. Guards appear in front of the house; teams call an aggressive game and try to use the guards; stones are in play and, occasionally, spectacular shots – be they draws, tap-backs, hits, raises, in-wicks, out-wicks, ...
Below is a copy of our November Newsletter.
December discounts, International photos, and more
The Busy Season
Thank you to everyone who made last weekend such a great success! In the Edinburgh International Seniors competition, the men’s final was won by skip Keith Prentice. The ladies top prize went to ...