End of season round-up

It’s been a packed end to the season, with the good (Team Smith’s European Masters win, bronze for Scotland women at World Seniors) mixed with the bad (Scotland/GB missing out on Olympic Mixed Doubles). Here’s a quick round-up of how…

Team Hardie come out on top in Aberdeen

A busy weekend saw the start of the World Women’s Curling Championship, as well as events in Scotland, Europe and Canada. Team Hardie were the standout success, winning the Aberdeen International event, while there was also bronze for Team Aitken/Mouat in…

Teams Brewster and Smith end 2016 on a high

Teams Brewster and Smith finished the year as champions, winning titles at the Karuizawa International and Dumfries Challenger Series. They weren’t the only ones to enjoy success, with Teams Fleming, Muirhead and Murdoch also enjoying success in China and Japan.…

Teams Bryce and Muirhead conquer the continent

Teams Bryce and Muirhead won titles on the European curling circuit, while Team Hardie continued their impressive start to the season at the Dumfries Open. Muirhead came out on top at the Women’s Masters Basel, having knocked out Team Fleming…

Team Hardie retain Braehead Open title

Team Hardie made it two successive Braehead Open victories this weekend, overcoming Team Jackson 5-2 in the final at the opening Scottish Curling Tour event of the season. The weekend also saw victory for Team Kinnear in the Stevenson Trophy,…

Season review Q&As – part one

To look back on the season just gone, I asked several Scottish and British teams six questions about the tournaments they’ve played in, how they’ve played and what their future prospects are. Add in a couple of not-so-serious questions, and here…

Weekend round-up: Team Hardie win Dumfries Open, Scots medal in Oslo

While Teams Muirhead and Smith were securing their European Championships places in Perth this weekend, there were also competitions held in Dumfries and Oslo, Norway. The Dumfries Open, part of the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour, involved 11 men’s and four…

Bryce and Jackson win Scottish Juniors

Teams Bryce and Jackson will represent Scotland at the World Junior Curling Championships next month after winning the national titles in Aberdeen. There was also success this weekend for Team Muirhead, who claimed a home victory at the Glynhill Ladies…

Brewster secure home victory at Perth Masters

Team Brewster began 2017 as they ended 2016 – with a title, this time at the Perth Masters. Last year saw Tom Brewster’s quartet win the Scottish Championships, European Playdowns and Karuizawa International, and they got this year off to…