Inter-club Matches

Borestone and Stirling Curling Club have long standing relationships with several local curling clubs and play several on an annual basis. These games are logged here along with details of the teams, which club being played, dates and times etc.

All games are played at Stirling Ice Rink.

Being a game against another club it is important that proper protocol is followed in terms of behaviour on the ice, dress code etc. It is also very important to turn up on time if you have been picked to play. If you are calling off from an inter-club match or external competition please let your skip know ASAP and he/she will get a substitute.

Failure to be ready to play when the bell is sounded can result in penalty points being awarded against your team, making a game even harder to win.

Please remember that if you fail to show for a Province or Inter-club game you may become liable to pay the entire ice fee for that rink (up to £86).

The Doune Rosebowl is the Stirling Curling Group's club member's game and prize giving.

Borestone & Stirling play Airthrey Castle annually for the Morton Cup

Annual Match with Torbrex for the Torbrex Broom

Annual match against Bonnybridge CC for the Bonnybridge Quaich.

Presented by Colonel Murray of Polmaise in 1896, it was to be played for between Stirling, Stirling Castle, Borestone and Sauchie and Bannockburn Curling Clubs in annual competition, the final being played at Bearside, where Colonel Murray had permitted curling to take place.

Alex Reid Memorial Trophy involves Borestone & Stirling, Sauchie & Bannockburn, Grangemounth, Larbert, Bonnybridge, Laurieston & Zetland, Denny and Falkirk curling clubs in annual competition.

The Graeme Giles Trophy was first played in 2017 between the four clubs (Blair Drummond, Airthrey Castle, Borestone & Stirling, Virtual Club) with whom Graeme had been involved during his curling career. The Virtual Club won the inaugural match.