Marion Fraser, Ladies Branch President, presenting the Winners of the National Masters Curling Championship at Greenacres, Jean Lesperance (lead), Alan Guthrie (second), Graeme Adam (skip) and Lindsay Scotland (third); and the Runners UP, Jim Stirling (third), David Whyte (skip), Tony Tierney (second) and David Hume (lead). Photos by Hugh Stewart
Ladies National Masters winning and runner up teams with Billy Howat, RCCC President, presenting the winners:- Fiona Rutherford (lead), Maggie Scott (skip), Margaret White (third) and Yvonne Aitken (second); and the runners up, Margaret A. Robertson (skip), Venetia Scott (third), Gillian Smith (second) and Fiona Rutherford (lead).
Well done to all who joined us for the Men’s Seniors Day at Greenacres early in the New Year. HIGH ROAD Winners: Gavin Hamilton, Alan Forrest, Euan Lawrence & John McLeod. Runners Up: Archie Shedden, Keith Milne, John Pringle & Alan Merry LOW ROAD Winners: John Summers, Ian MacDonald, Ronnie MacLellan & Bill Meikle Runners Up: Robin Goodall, Jimmy Lochridge, … Read More
The annual Christmas Family Bonspiel was held on Tuesday 29 December, 2015 at Greenacres. Twelve teams took part in four 2 end games followed by some festive food and drink for all. The winning team was Drew Howie, Lorna Howie, Jennifer Martin and Heather Howie with a +8 winning record (13-5) (pictured above). The runners-up were the Grant family – … Read More
On behalf of Greenacres Curling Club, I am delighted to invite you to enter a team in the Greenacres Crystal Vase Ladies Bonspiel, to be held on Monday, February 1st, 2016. The event is open to all ladies age 70 and over. The format of the competition will consist of one section, with up to 12 teams. The first twelve … Read More
Loch Leven-K2 skip Ross McCleary was to play a cross-house double which he played inch perfectly for the win and the Scottish Province Championship title at Greenacres. 15th Nov 2015
The National Masters Men’s Curling Championship Qualifiers start Tuesday 10th November at Greenacres Curling Rink. Thirty teams will be competing across six sections with the top two in each securing their place at the National Masters Curling Championship in February 2016. The National Masters Curling Championships is an annual event open to curlers over the age of 60 bringing together … Read More
Photographs courtesy of Hugh Stewart