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  • Rennie - Commences Mon 26-9-26 @ 7.30pm
  • Come & Try - Sat 1-10-16 @ 3.45pm
  • Page Last Updated 28-7-16

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Fixture List - Update

A revised fixture list, which includes teams etc has now been uploaded onto the Fixtures Tab.  This should be pretty much finalised. - whew !

Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Fixture List 2016 - 2017

The draft fixture list has been added to the Fixtures tab along with draws for Province and External Competitions (where known).
PLEASE NOTE :- this is a provisional list and anything in BLUE has yet to be confirmed.
Teams etc will be added/ subject to change after the Skips meeting

Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Playing Status Forms

The Playing Intentions Forms have now been emailed to all members.
THESE SHOULD BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED BY 22-06-16.

If you have not received a form, please contact Shelagh Main.

Forms can be returned by post to Shelagh or by email to our club email address (see panel on the right)

Summer Evenings

On the evening of Saturday 11th June a total of 19 members and their families turned up at Gifford Bowling Club for our annual summer bowling (chatting) night.  The large turn out was down to the hard work of Shelagh and John on the phone, so thanks to them.

Fortunately the rain held off and the players dragged themselves from the bar and onto the green, where the team of Morgan & Muriel proceeded to wipe the floor with the other teams, winning nine of 12 ends and finishing the night with a total of 8 shots (are they called that in Bowls?) up.  Another Nicoll, Liz this time, came second with Dave Munro with a lowly +3.  Third place was shared by Team Nicoll (Lorna) / James Logan and Team Kinnaird assisted by Becky Young on +2. 

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Only one more of the remaining teams, despite containing multiple previous winners, managed   positive scores.
The bowling concluded, it was back to the bar for beer and food.
Thanks once again to Gifford Bowling Club for putting up with us and to Dave Wyllie who helped whip us into some semblance of order.







Monday, 18 April 2016

Last Match of the Season

The Canadian Ladies aka 'The Crispy Crunchers'
Gayle, Sharon, Susan & Kathy
Long after our brooms had been put away and a week after Murrayfield had closed for the season, Graeme, Morgan, Elinor and Karen set off for Kelso.  The game was against a very good quartet of Canadian Ladies from Ennismore Curling Club who had been visiting Scotland to take part in the Moray International, in Elgin (where they finished in Silver Medal position!).  Graeme and Morgan had played against their husbands during the Strathcona Cup Tour in 2013 and Graeme had even borrowed Susan's 'Pink' broom to play in that game.  This was our opportunity to return the hospitality that we had been shown while in their country.
With our season having been finished for several weeks and their coming off the back of a successful bonspiel, we anticipated a tough match.  Fortunately we got off to a flying start with the 'Crispy Crunchers' finding the Kinross ice a challenge.  I say fortunately because we went into the second last end with a 5 shot advantage but by this time the ladies had got their eye in and our lead, second and third all had their worst ends of the game leaving us lying 5 against with Morgan's last shot to come.  Fortunately he managed to cut them down to a four !  The final end went our way and we adjourned to the bar as victors (just). 
As a finishing touch we were able to intorduce the ladies to Bruce Mouat, the recently crowned World Junior Champion, who was enjoying a practice session with Gina Aitken before setting off to the World Mixed Pairs Championships.

Friday, 1 April 2016

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Final Rennie Results

The final games in the Rennie saw Simon's team finally slide away from their mid-season purple patch back to their early season losing streak while John tried to make a late come back with only his second win of the season.  That said a 15 - 0 win was pretty uncompromising, if only they could have shown some of that form earlier in the year....
This left the Battle of the Andys which was viewed with interest by Simon and his crew.  A win for Andy Aberdein would have meant second place in the table and pushing Simon back down to third.  Despite some promising shot,s the might of our run away champions, Andy McDiarmid, Willie Kerr, Sandy Nicoll and John Playfair proved too much in the end, although an 8 - 4 scoreline flattered our champions.