Latest Results Update

  • NEXT FIXTURE - Come & Try 21-9-14
  • Rennie Trophy - Starts 24-9-14
  • Wingate Rosebowl - Starts 14-10-14

Monday, 15 September 2014

Thank You Joe !

A big thanks are due to Joe Forte who has turned his sport shop window display over to our club for two weeks.
Please go along and see if you can spot yourself in the window and support Joe's shop.

Saturday, 13 September 2014

T - 7 Days

Only one week to go until our Come & Try. 
If you want to try curling or know anyone that does, tell them and ask them to get in contact with Graeme as soon as possible.

Also only a week left to pay your membership and ice fees.

The season opening game is a Rennie Trophy match at 7.30pm on Wednesday 24th September

Monday, 8 September 2014

Website Problems

It has been brought to my attention that the tables on this website cannot be viewed in Internet Explorer.  I am working on this but it may take some time to resolve. Anyone with expert knowledge could contact me and help get this fixed.
In the meantime, I have managed to correct the issues on the Fixtures Page, so all this seasons fixtures should now be visible.
The Results will be visible once the season starts, even if I have to do it the long way !

This issue does not appear to effect other browsers such as Chrome, Firefox or Opera and the website should be fully operational on these platforms.
(Other browsers are also available but I do not have access to them so have not been able to test them.)

Thursday, 21 August 2014

2014-15 Teams and Fixtures

The skips have now had their 'meeting' and the rinks selected for the new season.
All rinks, fixtures etc can be found on the 'Fixtures' tab.

We are delighted to welcome John Playfair and Lorna Shaw as new members.  Both have some previous experience and Lorna has played in the Young v Old games (much to the regret of the oldies, who were well beaten last season) for the last couple of years.
We are also pleased to welcome back to the 'playing roster' Drew Bain, who will be sharing a rink place with John Playfair, Kath Dun, Keith Stuart, Colin Hood and his new wife Pat.

Our Syllabus should be printed and issued with the welcome pack sometime next week.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Season 14 - 15

The new season is getting ever closer, provided that if this weather continues, the Murrayfield plant can cope.
We are now awaiting a meeting of the skips, when the rinks will be selected, however, if you want a taste of what is to come, we have updated our Fixture List with the dates for the new season.  Please note that these dates are provisional and may be subject to change.
Dates and draws, where known, are also on the Fixtures tab.

Summer Kurling

On the 17th of June the Commonwealth Baton passed through Haddington.  As part of the celebrations (which were attended by almost 3000 people) we were asked to put on a display of New Age Kurling in the Corn Exchange.  Thanks to the help received from John and Muriel Good, Simon and Rebecca Kesley, Sheena and Karen Munro, Graeme and Gill,  we produced an excellent display of equipment and photos and gave hundreds of local children their first taste of Curling (or more technically Kurling).  The afternoon was declared a huge success and we were thanked by the organising committee for providing a very popular event.
It was also a fun day for the helpers but in our opinion 'roller curling' will never replace the real thing !
More photos of the event can be found on our Flickr Photostream.

Saturday, 28 June 2014

Summer Bowling

The Players
A triumphant return of our Summer Bowling saw 16 competitors and 4 'interested' spectators turn up at Gifford bowling club.  The sun shone and the midges were well tempered while teams were drawn.
Someone must have let on to Master and Miss Dun that there were two prizes on offer this year, a first and last prize because they conspired to win both of them with Kath and Gordon some place in between.
Once again the junior section represented this time by Angus Dun and Lorna Nicoll scooped first prize with a score of +10, while Megan and Maxine Kinnaird scooped up the other prize with a somewhat lower score.
The Spectator Gallery
The players had fun and the spectators knew how to do it better and just had a drink and chat in the evening sun prior to all enjoying the plentiful supply of sandwiched, laid on by the bowling club.
Thanks to everyone that helped.
As usual, more photos are available on out Flickr Page