Only a few games to go before the 2017/18 season closes, the results so far are................
Borestone and Stirling Curling Club is a "mixed up club" in gender, age and ability run by the members to enable them to enjoy the sport of curling. The club is open to all and carries out most of its activity in the evenings at the Peak sports centre in Stirling.
We run a full programme of club and interclub matches as well as taking part in the three Stirlingshire Province Bonspiels and the KO competition, as well as the Forth Valley Bonspiel and KO competition. A lot!!
Club subscriptions remain at £30 for playing and pool members whose mother club is Borestone and Stirling, £12 for playing and pool members whose mother club is not Borestone and Stirling and £5 for non-playing and junior members.
One of the ambitions of the Club is to play outdoor curling and to this end we have identified an outdoor rink in the Stirling area and have amassed the necessary stones, brooms, and other outdoor equipment ready for the cold weather.
If you are interested in finding out more about us or even joining us please contact our Secretary John Mott on 07857 905469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The current committee is:
President: Gordon Murphy, Vice President: Richard Norman, Secretary: John Mott, Treasurer: Alan Semple, Past President: Rob Smith
Committee (in order of seniority): Fiona Wilson, Janice Young and Laura Lee.
Club Development Officer - Mark Duguid
Child Protection Officer - Anne Ferguson.
The 2017-18 season was another successful season for us as we won two of the Stirlingshire Province Trophies -- the Aitken and the Dunn. In addition we won the Alex Reid Memorial Trophy a fantastic achievement -- well done to skips Derek and Mark. However we were not so successul in our Interclub matches losing to Airthrey Castle, Bonnybridge and Torbrex but winning our match against Sauchie & Bannockburn for the Polmaise Trophy.
So we have much to live up to!!!
The 2018-19 so far !! 12th Oct -- We are through to the second round in both the Province and Forth Valley KO competitions -- must have been skill !! 17th Oct -- oops we were knocked out of the Province KO last night by Torbrex who played a blinder!! 19th Oct -- ...and sadly we also crashed out of the Forth Valley KO conceding a 2 against the hammer in the 8th end to lose 8-7; ... and very sadly we failed to wrestle the Morton Trophy from Airthrey Castle with losses in both game 5-6 and 3-8.
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