Saturday 10 March 2018

Come out and cheer on your league's representatives

Three games round robin, best score wins

Bar will be open during the day starting at 11AM.

Team numbers assigned by shuffling 10 cards Ace through 10, drawing cards and assigning the card number to teams by league playing order during the week.

 

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8:30 am Draw 1 (Finish at 10:00 am) 9
vs
Ace
5
vs
3
4
vs
7
8
vs
6
10
vs
2
 
10:30 am Draw 2 (Finish at Noon) 10
vs
7
6
vs
2
8
vs
3
4
vs
Ace
5
vs
9
 
Noon Lunch (provided free to curlers)
12:30 pm Annual General Meeting (Open to all Port Moody Curling Club Regular Members)
2:00 pm Draw 3 (Finish at 3:30 pm) 5
vs
8
4
vs
10
6
vs
9
7
vs
2
Ace
vs
3
 
3:40 pm

Awards Presentation

 

Draw was based on Canadian Curling Association RR draw template for 10 teams

http://d5848hujxpva6.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2015/08/CCA-Round-Robin-Draws.pdf

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Club Championship Results

 

League RepresentativesCardGame 1Game 2Game 3Draw to button DistanceStanding
Monday Mens 1 - Turner  7 Pin 
 Monday Mens 2 - Graham  8 51 
Sr Mens 1 - Parsons Ace  16 
 Sr Mens 2 - Wallace 4
Esco 1 -  Murray 2 72 
Esco 2- K Paziuk  5 17  10 
Humpday 1 - Perry 9
Humpday 2 - Bogren 6 68 
Mixers 1 - Kinnear
 Mixers 2 - Zoehner 10  73 

Winner 

Team Bogren ! 

 

 

Club Championship Rules

In addition to CCA’s Rules of Curling for General Play the following will be followed:

Each team will play three  six (6) end games

90 Minutes limit (second buzzer) - last end of play will be the end starting after 70 minutes (first buzzer) in the game

If the game ends in a tie – just record the tie. no extra end

Each team will throw one draw to the button with sweepers following the first game. Distance to be recorded

Club Champion will be based on the number of games won and then in case of tie by results of closet to button contest. In the event of a tie after this, the organizers will find a way to break the tie.

Team composition and Spares

Each league will select up to two of their teams to represent them in the club championship. These should be the top 2 teams that are available to play in the championship.

League representatives must be a current member of the Club

Spares must be members of the club

Since teams represent a league, spares on your team should be members of the league you represent. If you need a spare please attempt to find a league member to be your spare. If no one is available from your league you may look outside the league.

Follow the rules of the league you represent for which position or order a spare may play in. Example: Humpday requires spares to be of same gender as missing player and play lead or second. Esco, allows a 1:1 replacement of any position. Remember, only a team that would legally be able to play a game in you league without defaulting can represent your league.

As with most of the rules of curling, these rules are self enforced. Remember Rachel Homan at the Olympics and do the right thing.

Pace of play:

Players should be in the hack and ready to throw by the time the opponent's rock has come to rest

Lead or Second should set up their Skip’s rock

Lead throwing the first rock in the end should get ready while the other team members clear the house