Skills Award Challenge - Braehead
|16th November 2014||
Forfar Young Curlers won the RCCC Skills Award Challenge in Braehead at the weekend. Congratulations to James Craik (FYC) Skip, Angus Reford (FYC) 3rd, Ross Craik (FYC) 2nd and Katy Kirk (FYC) Lead.
16 teams from all over Scotland took part in the RCCC Skills Award Challenge. Forfar Young Curlers fielded 2 teams of mixed experience made up of players from different levels of the RCCC Skills Awards.
James Craik (FYC) Skip, Angus Reford (FYC) 3rd, Ross Craik (FYC) 2nd and Katy Kirk (FYC) Lead won all 3 of their group games. In the Semi Final, Team Craik prevailed over Hamilton 3. Next up was the final, once again against a Hamilton team. James Craik's team once again came out on top. Winning the final and the competition. Well done team!
Euan MacDiarmid (FYC) Skip, Sam Marshall (FYC) 3rd, Adam MacDiarmid (FYC) 2nd, and Inca Maguire (FYC) Lead won all 3 of their group games. In the Semi Final, Team MacDiamid lost against Hamilton 2. However, back to winning ways in the 3rd/4th playoff, The Forfar team won 3rd place with a win over Hamilton 3.
Forfar Young Curlers came 1st and 3rd out of 16 team. Well done - great effort.
Asham Under 21 Slam - Inverness
|9th November 2014||
Well done to Forfar Young Curlers Robert Fawns and Lesly Young who both won Silver in the latest Asham Under 21 Slam event in Inverness.
Grant Barr skipping with Robert Fawns (FYC) 3rd, Fraser Thomson 2nd and Neil Sutherland lead, won all 4 games in the round robin to top their group. In the quarter finals Team Barr beat Callum MacLean 8-6. In the Semi Final Team Barr made easy work of Team Carswell and were off after 6 ends and an 8-2 scoreline. In the final, Team Barr were up against RCA Team Bryce. Bryce exploited his last stone advantage in the opening end of the final, clinically finishing off excellent early play from his rink to post a triple. A steal in three and a 2 in five saw Bryce lead 6-1 at the halfway stage. Barr manufactured a 2 in eight but shook after Bryce posted a single in nine for an 8-4 win and the trophy.
RCA Team Robin Brydone Skip, David Baird 3rd, Calum Greenwood 2nd and Thomas Halder (FYC) playing lead, won 3 and drew 1 in the round robin stages to finish top of their group. In the quarter finals, Team Brydone won vs. Team McIntyre 11-4. In the Semi Final Team Brydone were beaten in a thrilling game against fellow RCA Team Bryce in a high scoring 9-10 reverse.
Kerr Sands (Skip), Craig Paterson (FYC) (3rd) with Adam Flint (FYC) playing 2nd, and Drew Thomson playing lead, had 2 wins 1 draw and 1 loss in the round robin stage. Team Sands finished 2nd in their group and qualified for the Quarter Finals. In the quarter finals, Team Sands, lost 4-7 to Team Carswell.
Team McIntyre, with Craig Joiner (FYC) subbing in at 3rd, had 1 win, 2 losses and 1 draw to finish 4th in the group in the round robin stages. In the Quarter Finals, Team McIntyre lost to Team Brydone 4-11.
James Hay (Skip) with Euan MacDiarmid (3rd), Gregor Bousie (3rd), and Bruce Keillor (FYC) (Lead) had 1 win and 3 losses. Team Hay did not qualify for the knockout stages.
Lesley Young (FYC) Skip, Amy MacDonald 3rd, Katherine Spain 2nd and Marran Nicol Lead finished the round robin on 1 win, 1 draw and 2 losses, and qualified for the semi finals. In the Semi Final Lesley Young's team ran out easy winners against Team Wood with a 9-4 victory. In the Final Team Young's rink got off to a slow start , losing a 2 against the head in the second end following multiple misses leaving them a mountain to climb against a firing Morrison rink. However they hung in and posted a 2 in seven to trail 4-3, forcing a single then squared the game with a 2 in nine. Team Young's front end set up cover and with three stones to go Morrison faced a shot largely hidden in the four foot with a counter of her own on the wing. She played a high quality running tap back to roll a second to the wing and asked the question of Young. Young got the weight on her draw but not the line and her stone lay shot but exposed and Morrison calmly made the hit for 3 for a slightly unreflective 8-5 score line and the title.
Katie Murray skip, with Sophie Jackson 3rd, Hailey Duff (FYC) 2nd and Ellie Fraser Lead had 3 wins and 1 loss. Team Murray qualified for the semi finals 2nd in their group after the round robin. In a close Semi Final against Team Morrison, singles were exchanged with hammer in every end except for the 2nd end when Team Morrison got the only 2 of the game. The final score 6-5 in favour of Team Morrison. In the 3rd / 4th playoff Team Murray beat Team Wood with a steal in the last end to win 6-4.
Asham Under 17 Slam - Hamilton
|2nd November 2014||
Euan MacDiarmid (FYC) Skip, with Drew Thomson 3rd, Bruce Keillor (FYC) 2nd and Ross Cormack Lead, won all 3 games to finish top of their group vs. Al-Saffar 5-1, Hamilton 8-1, and Cormack 3-2. In the High Road Quarter Final Team MacDiarmid fought back superbly against the all girl team skipped by Karina Aitken, trailing 1-5 with only two ends to play Team MacDiarmid took a 2 in the 5th, followed by a steal of 2 in the 6th end to square the game. In the extra end, Euan, managed to steal again to win the game 6-5. In the High Road Semi Final, Team MacDiarmid were up against the Team Ross Whyte. It was a close game at 1-3 after three ends, but a steal of 1 for Team Whyte in ends 4 and 5, left Ross Whyte hitting for home, and only allowed Team MacDiarmid to take their 1 to end the game 2-5.
Scott Lockhart (Skip), with James Craik (FYC) 3rd, Kerr Waddell (2nd) and Alistair Torrance (Lead) had 2 wins vs. Moodie 6-2, vs. Dakers 5-4 and 1 loss 1-11 to Carson. That left Team Lockhart on 4 points, 2nd in the group and they progressed to the low road knockout stages. In the Low Road quarter finals Team Lockhart lost and knocked out in a low scoring 2-3 game against the experienced Stranraer skip Frazer Shaw.
Karina Aitken Skip, Mili Smith 3rd, Jane Barr 2nd and Beth Dandie (FYC) Lead won all 3 games and topped their group in the round robin with wins vs. MacDonald 10-3, vs. Drummond 6-3, and vs. Gilmore 7-4 to qualify for the High Road Quarter Final. Against Team MacDiarmid, Aitken was looking good at 5-1 up after four ends, but Euan MacDiarmid's team played a great last 3 ends, against Team Aikten, the all girl losing out 5-6 and did not progress further in the competition.
Ellie Hamilton (Skip), with Layla Al-Saffar (FYC) 3rd, Alex Mackintosh (FYC) (2nd) and Jodie Duff (Lead) had 1 win vs. Hamilton 8-4 and 2 losses vs. MacDiarmid 1-5, and a disappointing loss to Cormack 5-8 after being 5-0 up. Team Hamilton did not progress to the knockout stages.
Mairi MacDonald (Skip), Lucy Morton 3rd, Leanne McKenzie 2nd, Nicola Joiner (FYC) Lead had 1 win vs. Drummond 6-5 and 2 losses vs. Aitken 10-3, and Gilmour 2-6. Team MacDonald finished on 2 points and did not qualify for the knockout stages.
Team Carson won the Under 17 Slam High Road Final with a 4- 3 win over Team Whyte.
The Low Road Final was won by Team Shaw with an 11-3 win over Team Drummond.
A special mention to Team McNey who scored an 8 Ender. A rare event. Well Done!
Braehead Festive Cup Entry Form - Saturday - 20th December
|27th October 2014||Please use the entry form that you can download by clicking on the image to the right to register your team for the Braehead Festive Cup being held on 20th December at Braehead, Glasgow. This is a fun competition and a great opportunity for our young curlers who are wanting to play more competitive curling to have a go. There is an Under 16 and an Under 21 section.|
|Braehead Festive Cup Entry Form|
No Junior Coaching - Saturday - 25th October
|23rd October 2014||There is no junior curling coaching this Saturday due to the Scottish Curling Tour Forfar Open.|
European Junior Curling Tour - Oslo - Norway
|17-19th October 2014||
We had 2 Forfar Young Curlers playing in Oslo this weekend in the Norwegian leg of the European Junior Curling Tour. Thomas Halder playing for RCA Team Brydone and Hailey Duff playing for RCA Team Murray.
Robin Brydone Skip, David Baird 3rd, Calum Greenwood 2nd and Thomas Halder (FYC) lead had a mixed bag of results in the round robin. They won vs. Muskatewitz (Germany) 9-7, won vs. Myran (Norway) 10-6, lost vs. Schwaller (Switzerland) 4-8, Lost vs. Marcus Skogvold (Nepstad) (Norway) 6-2, and won vs. Lottenbach (Switzerland) 6-1. The 3 wins from 5 were just enough to sneak Team Brydone into the quarter finals where they met Team Artur Ali (Russia). The Russians got off to a flyer, leading 6-1 after 4 ends. Team Brydone fought back with a 3 in the 5th end, but a 2 for the Russians in the 7th was decisive and Team Brydone did not progress further, losing 8-4.
In the Women's section Katie Murray skip, with Sophie Jackson 3rd, Hailey Duff (FYC) 2nd and Ellie Fraser Lead won their group undefeated with 4 wins out of 4 beating Aurell (Sweden) 7-4, vs. Brunner (Switzerland) 8-4, vs. Abbes (Germany) 9-2, and vs. Tyulyakova (Russia) 6-5. This qualified Team Murray to the Quarter Finals. The girls did not perform at their best in the early morning draw losing 1-7 to Elena Stern (Swtizerland) and did not progress further in the competition.
2 other teams from Scotland were playing. RCA Team Cameron Bryce (2 wins, 3 losses) and RCA Team K. Aitken (2 wins, 2 losses - then lost a tiebreaker for the remaining quarter final spot). Neither made it to the knockout stages.
The Mens final was between Marcus Skogvold (Nepstad) (Norway) and current world junior champion Yannick Schwaller (Switzerland). It was Team Schwaller that won 7-4.
The Ladies final saw Isabella Wrana (Sweden) take on Melina Patono (Italy). It was the Swedish rink of Wrana that won this one 8-3.
Forfar Young Curlers vs. Latvia Men 2
|18th October 2014||A team of Forfar Young Curlers took on the Latvia 2 Men's Team at Aberdeen. Craig Joiner, Adam Flint, Iain Wallace and Layla Al-Saffar had a very close game against the Latvia Men. It came down to the last stone and Latvia made the draw to win the game.|
Livechannel Cup - Harnosan, Sweden
|10-12th October 2014||
Forfar Young Curlers were represented in Sweden this weekend by Stuart Taylor, skip of the Performance Foundation Team Taylor. Stuart Taylor (FYC) Skip, Bobby Lammie 3rd, Gregor Cannon 2nd, and Ross Fraser Lead.
Against Team Ali of Russia, Taylor won 10-8, followed by a victory over Team Majiet of Sweden 4-2, Stuart Taylor's rink then beat Team Riteice of Sweden 4-3, Austria's Team Wunderer followed by Team Oppdalsbanken of Norway 5-3 to qualify for the semi finals.
In the semi final Team Taylor lost in a very close game 7-6 to Team Zip-Up from Sweden. The 3rd/4th play off is never easy to play after such a close semi final, and Team Taylor lost to Team Riteice of Sweden 7-2.
Team Taylor finished the tournament 4th overall. The winning rink was Team Nepstad of Norway.
Under 14 Slam - Aberdeen
|11th October 2014||
Congratulations to Forfar Young Curlers James Craik and Campbell White who won the first Under 14 Slam event of the season at Aberdeen.
James Craik (FYC) Skip, Angus Bryce 3rd, Campbell White (FYC) 2nd, and Sorley MacDonald Lead finished the round robin top of their group with 3 wins from 3. over Waterfront, Holl and McPherson.
The semi-final saw Kerr Waddell meet James Craik. James faced two shots playing his last stone in the final end and cut his opposition down to 1 and take the game to an extra end in which his team scored 4.
The first end of the final saw a measure for one which went in Team Craik’s favour. Facing one shot against, Lisa Davie played a super hit and stick to take 2 and edge ahead after two ends. The all-girls team of Holly Turner, Sophie McDougall, Annabel Skuse and Lisa Davie got a stone hidden in a good position but a lovely raised-take out by James Craik with his last stone saw the boys take 2 shots and go 3-2 ahead. In the fourth end, Team Davie had a hit and stick for the game but Lisa hit and rolled out to take the final to an extra end. The extra end was kept open and the boys’ team of Sorley MacDonald, Campbell White, Angus Bryce and James Craik secured the win with a score of two.
Alex Mackintosh (FYC) Skip, Caitlin Jones 3rd, Freddie Wilson and Ross Craik (FYC) Lead had 1 win vs. Baughan 3-2, and 2 losses vs. Davie 2-5 and Waddwll 0-8 and did not qualify for the knockout stages.
Shannon Whatley (FYC) Skip, Clair Kirk (FYC) 3rd, Katy Kirk (FYC) 2nd, Inca Maguire (FYC) Lead drew 1 game vs. Torrance 4-4, and had 2 losses vs. Thomson 1-8 and Murray 1-5 and failed to reach the knockout stages.
Under 21 Slam - Kinross
|5th October 2014||
Congratulations to Forfar Young Curler Thomas Halder, playing with Team Brydone who won the U21 Slam at Kinross. Also congratulations to FYC players Craig Paterson and Adam Flint playing for Team Sands who also made the final. Team Bryce were awarded 3rd place as Team Carson conceded.
RCA Team Robin Brydone Skip, David Baird 3rd, Calum Greenwood 2nd and Thomas Halder (FYC) playing lead, lost to Barr 4-6 but had wins over McIntyre 9-4 and Johnston 8-4 in the group stages to qualify for the quarter finals 2nd in the group. Team Brydone beat Team Carswell 7-3 at that stage. In the Semi Final, the Brydone quartet beat the Hamilton team skipped by Luke Carson 8-3. The final was a tight affair against Kerr Sands team. It was 2-0 to Brydone after 5 ends. The game turned in the 6th where, Kerr Sands, with the 8ft circle to draw to for the 1, was heavy and lost 2 against the head. At 4-0 down with 2 ends to play, it was going to be difficult for Sands, and so it proved with Team Brydone running Team Sands out of stones in the 8th to end the game 4-1. Well done Team Brydone.
Grant Barr skipping with Robert Fawns (FYC) 3rd, Fraser Thomson 2nd and Neil Sutherland lead, beat Brydone 6-4, McIntyre 8-4 and Johnston 13-2 to top their group. In the quarter finals Team Barr were beaten 6-4 by Team Sands.
Kerr Sands (Skip), Craig Paterson (FYC) (3rd) with Adam Flint (FYC) playing 2nd, and Drew Thomson playing lead, had wins vs. Cormack 8-5, and Whittle 7-5, but losses to Carswell 6-9, Team Sands finished 2nd in their group and qualified for the Quarter Finals. A win over Grant Barr 6-4 saw the team progress to the Semi Final. In a very close game, Kerr Sands with his final stone made an outstanding shot to take a 3 and the the game 6-5. The final against Team Brydone was a very tight affair. It was 2-0 to Brydone after 5 ends. The game turned in the 6th where, Kerr Sands, with the 8ft circle to draw to for the 1, was heavy and lost 2 against the head. At 4-0 down with 2 ends to play, it was going to be difficult for Sands, and so it proved with Team Brydone running Team Sands out of stones in the 8th to end the game 4-1. Well done Team Sands for reaching their first final of the season.
James Hay (Skip) with Gregor Bousie (3rd), Ross Cormack (2nd) and Bruce Keillor (FYC) (Lead) had a win vs. McLean 9-5, and 2 losess to Carson 4-5, and Whyte 5-7. Team Hay did not qialify for the knockout stages.
In the Women's section: the team of Katie Murray skip, with Sophie Jackson 3rd, Hailey Duff (FYC) 2nd and Ellie Fraser Lead had wins vs. McDonald 9-4 and Farmer 12-5 and 1 loss to Morrison 5-6. Team Murray qualified for the semi finals top of their group. The Murray team had a very close game against Team Sarah Wood, but failed to make the required steal at the last end, losing 5-6. In the 3rd/4th playoff, Team Murray beat Team K. Aitken 7-3 with a last stone double takeout to take 3rd place overall.
Lesley Young (FYC) Skip, Amy MacDonald 3rd, Louise Joiner (FYC) 2nd and Beth Dandie (FYC) Lead finished the round robin on 2 wins vs Farmer 10-5 and Morisson 6-4, and 1 loss to Murray 4-9 to finish 3rd in their group with the same points and ends as Team Morrison, but heartbreakingly 6 shots worse off and did not qualify.
The Ladies Under 21 Final was between Team Rebecca Morrison and Team Sarah Wood. In a high quality final, and the scores 5-4 in Wood's favour going into the last end, the Morrison team played a fantastic end of precision curling to take a 3 and the win.
Under 17 Slam - Lockerbie
|29th September 2014||
Congratulations to Forfar Young Curlers Euan MacDiarmid and Bruce Keillor who made it all the way to the final of the High Road at the Under 17 Slam event at Lockerbie.
Euan MacDiarmid (FYC) Skip, with Drew Thomson 3rd, Bruce Keillor (FYC) 2nd and Ross Cormack Lead, won all 3 games to finish top of their groupvs. Gilmore 5-4, Dakers 14-2, and Morton 15-0. In the High Road Semi Final Team MacDiarmid triumphed against Team Cormack 7-2. IN the High Road final, Team MacDiarmid were up against the formidable Team Whyte. Getting off to abad start, Euan lost a 3 at the first end, took a 1 at the second, before losing another 2 in the third. The teams swapped singles and the 6th was blanked. Unfortunately Team MacDiarmid could only take a 1 at the 7th end to get the score to 6-3 and that is how the game ended.
Mairi MacDonald (Skip), Lucy Morton 3rd, Leanne McKenzie 2nd, Nicola Joiner (FYC) Lead had 1 win vs. Moodie 10-3 and 2 losses vs. Davie 3-4, Shaw 2-8. Team MacDonald finished 2nd in the group and qualified for the Low Road knockout stages. In the Low Road Quarter Final Team MacDonald was narrowly beaten by local Team skipped by Cameron McNay 5-4.
Ellie Hamilton (Skip), with Layla Al-Saffar (FYC) 3rd, Alex Mackintosh (FYC) (2nd) and Jodie Duff (Lead) played their first U17 slam as a new team at Lockerbie this weekend. They had 1 win vs. Beattie 8-4 and 2 losses vs. Drummond 3-4, Carson 2-10. Team Hamilton finished 3rd in the group only missing out on qualification for the knockout stages by 2 shots difference.
Scott Lockhart (Skip), with James Craik (FYC) 3rd, Kerr Waddell (2nd) and Alistair Torrance (Lead) had 1 win vs. Hamilton 6-3, 1 Draw vs. McNey 7-7 and 1 loss 1-6 to White. That left Team Lockhart on 3 points along with Team McNey, but the Lockerbie team had the better ends Team Lockhart finished 3rd in the group and did not progress to the knockout stages.
Team Whyte won the Under 17 Slam High Road Final.
The Low Road Final was won by Team McNay with an 8-3 win over Team Gilmore.
The Cardwell Braehead Open - Braehead, Glasgow
|28th September 2014||
Several FYC players were involved in the Cardswell Garden Centre Braehead Open this weekend which began with a full compliment of 32 teams.
The best performing FYC player was Stuart Taylor (FYC), playing with his Performance Foundation Team making it all the way to the High Road Final losing a tight final to Podium Team Tom Brewster 5-2.
Angus Dowell (FYC), playing for Team Mouat were knocked out of the High Road last 16 stage in a tight game vs. Team Howie losing 4-5.
Hailey Duff (FYC), playing for Team Jones, were knocked out of the High Road last 16 when after a level game at 4-4, a draw shot decider to 15cm of the button by Team Jones was beaten by 3cm by Team Wilson who progressed to the Quarter Finals.
The final was contested between Team Brewster (Scotland) vs. Team Taylor (Scotland). Team Brewster won a closesly contested battle.
European Junior Curling Tour - Braehead
|21st September 2014||
Congratulations to Forfar Young Curlers Duncan Menzies and Angus Dowell part of the winning Men's team (Team Mouat) at the European Junior Curling Tour - Scottish Leg.
Bruce Mouat Skip, Duncan Menzies (FYC) 3rd, Derrick Sloan 2nd, Angus Dowell (FYC) Lead qualified through the round robin stages with 3 wins and 1 loss to finish 2nd in their group beating Waddell (Sco) 7-3, a loss to Schwaller (Swi) 3-4, a win vs. Nyman (Swe) 7-5, won vs. Bryce (Sco) 7-2
Robin Brydone Skip, David Baird 3rd, Calum Greenwood 2nd and Thomas Halder (FYC) lead lost to Taylor (Sco) 6-8, won vs. McIntyre (Sco) 9-2, won vs. Hess (Swi) 5-4, Won vs. Lottenbach (Swi) 5-3
Stuart Taylor (FYC) skip Bobbie Lammie 3rd, Gregor Cannon 2nd, Ross Fraser lead. had wins Brydone (Sco) 8-6, Hess (Swi) 5-3, and Lottenbach (Swi) 4-3 and a loss to McIntyre (Sco) 5-6
In the Play Off games Team Brydone (Sco) was beaten by Team Bryce (Sco) 4-5, while Team Mouat (Sco) beat Team Hess (Swi) 7-2.
In the semi final battle between previous team mates, Team Mouat (Sco) beat Team Taylor (Sco) 5-3. Team Mouat progressed to the final, while Team Taylor went on to the bronze medal games.
In a close Bronze Medal match. Team Bryce (Sco) narrowly beat Team Taylor (Sco) 6-5
In the final Team Mouat of Scotland were up against Team Schwaller of Swizerland, the current World Junior Champions. It was 3-3 after the regulation 8 ends, but importantly, Scotland had the hammer in the extra end. This was put to good use, and Team Mouat took the 1 to win the game and the Championship 4-3.
In the Women's section Katie Murray skip, with Sophie Jackson 3rd, Hailey Duff (FYC) 2nd and Ellie Fraser Lead had wins vs Brunner (Swi), Aurell (Swe) but losses to K. Aitken (Sco) Stern (Swi) and G. Aitken (Sco) and failed to make the playoffs.
The Women's championship was won by Scotlands Team G. Aitken with a 6-5 win over Team Stern of Switzerland.
Greenacres Under 21 Masters Slam - Greenacres
|14th September 2014||
Congratulations to Hailey Duff (FYC) on being part of the winning team (Team Murray) at the Greenacres Under 21 Slam Women's Event.
In the Women's section: the Academy team of Katie Murray skip, with Sophie Jackson 3rd, Hailey Duff (FYC) 2nd and Ellie Fraser Lead played as a team for the first time at this event. In the round robin, Team Murray were undefeated with a draw vs. Spain 6-6, and wins vs. Morrison 8-5, Wood 6-4 and Al-Saffar 14-3. Katie Murray took her new team to the final of the Greenacres Junior Masters with a 5-2 win over the Lanarkshire side skipped by Mairi MacDonald. The final saw Team Murray take on Team A. MacDonald. Murray took their two in the first end but Team Amy MacDonald responded with 1 and 2 shots scored consecutively to edge ahead. Team Murray took control of the game from the fourth end when Hailey Duff played a fantastic hit and roll onto the button behind 2 guards, followed by a draw on top of it, leaving her team to guard up for the rest of the end. Young had no route to the button and Murray took 3 shots and a 5-3 lead. The fifth end was an open end and Young opted to blank with her final stone but Murray stole 2 shots in the sixth end to go 7-3 ahead. A pressure shot for Team MacDonald against 3 Team Murray counters saw Lesley Young tap her stone into the 8 foot to take one in the seventh end. Team Murray kept the eighth end clear to head towards victory. MacDonald lay 2 shots when Murray played the last stone of the game, making a double to clear the house and blank the end. The final score was 7-4.
Lesley Young (FYC) Skip, Amy MacDonald 3rd, Katherine Spain 2nd and Marron Nicoll Lead finished the round robin on 2 wins vs Al-Saffar 13-3 and Wood 9-3, 1 Draw vs. Morrison 5-5 and 1 loss to Spain 3-10 to finish 4th and qualify for the semi finals. Team MacDonald beat RCA Team Aitken convicingly 8-1 in the semi final to get to the final. Team MacDonald played well but lost out to Team Murray 4-7.
Layla Al-Saffar (FYC) Skip with Alex McIntosh (FYC) 3rd, Rachel Flint (FYC) 2nd, Jodie Duff (FYC) Lead had 4 losses. vs. Aitken 2-14, A. MacDonald 3-13, M MacDonald 5-9, and Murray 3-14. Team Wylie failed to progress to the knockout stages.
Mairi MacDonald Skip with Lucy Morton 3rd, Leanne McKenzie 2nd, Nicola Joiner (FYC) Lead had 3 wins vs. Spain 16-5, Al-Saffar 9-5, Morrison 10-7 and 1 loss vs. Wood 4-11 to qualify for the semi finals. For such a young team playing together they did fantastically well, and were very competitive throughtout their semi final, narrowly losing 2-5 in a tight game to Team Murray. In the 3/4th place playoff Team Aitken won by the narrowest of margins 5-4.
In the Mens section
RCA Team Robin Brydone Skip, David Baird 3rd, Calum Greenwood 2nd and Thomas Halder (FYC) playing lead lost to Barr 4-7 Whyte 4-7, and had wins vs. Whittle 7-4, and eventually managed to break the 7-4 scoreline with a 6-0 walkover against Team McLean. In the Quarter Finals Team Brydone was beaten 6-3 by RCA Team Bryce.
Grant Barr skipping with Robert Fawns (FYC) 3rd, Fraser Thomson 2nd and Neil Sutherland lead, beat Brydone 7-4, and McLean 8-5, lost to Waddell 5-6, Whyte 3-6 and Whittle 7-8. This was enough to make the quarter finals where Team Barr beat Team Mc Ney 5-4. In the Semi Final Grant Barr's team beat Carswell 4-3 to progress to the final against Ross Whyte. Team Whyte started solidly in the final, leading 4-0 after 2 ends. Barr took 2 shots back followed by a steal of 1 in the fourth end after Team Barr’s second player Fraser Thomson, drew the four foot around a centre guard which Team Whyte couldn’t remove. The fifth end was open and Grant Barr was unfortunate not to roll far enough with his last stone allowing Ross Whyte to make a nose hit for 2 shots and a 6-3 lead. Whyte stole a single in the sixth end and in the seventh end Ross Whyte played a superb shot to pick out two of Barr’s counters in the four foot and leave his team lying 2. Barr’s final stone of the end came up short of the house and they conceded the game with a score line of 9-3.
Kerr Sands (Skip), Craig Paterson (FYC) (3rd) with Adam Flint (FYC) playing 2nd, and Drew Thomson playing lead, had wins vs. McIntyre 8-3, and Bryce 8-3, but losses to Carswell 1-10, and McNay 3-8 and Carson 4-5. Team Sands narrowly lost out on a quarter final place on Ends scored.
The Men's Final was won by Ross Whyte of Dumfries with an 9-3 win over Grant Barr of Kinross.