Curling this weekend: from 17th March

The Westbay Ltd Hungarian Mixed Doubles Curling Cup takes place 16th – 20th March, Budapest, Hungary. The competition has 16 teams entered, and they are split into two sections, with one Scottish duo competing. Lee and Judith McCleary are in section in section B, with their first game on 17th and they will be competing against teams from all over Europe.

For more from the Westbay Ltd Hungarian Mixed Doubles Curling Cup, please visit the Curling Champion Tour event listing.

Photo © Jayne Stirling


The Scottish Pairs Championship is being held at Stranraer Ice Rink this weekend, 18th – 20th March. The Scottish Curling Pairs Championship is a competition competed for by any two Curlers who are eligible RCCC members. There are 24 pairings taking part in the Championship, who have earned the right to compete from local qualifying events held at local ice rinks.

To stay up to date with the action, visit the Scottish Pairs Championship event page.

Photo © WCF / Céline Stucki 2015


045 (Medium)The RCCC Funspiel takes place on Sunday 20th March at Braehead. The Funspiel has both Under 13 and Under 15 age categories, and is open to four members of the same RCCC Junior Club.

For more from the competition, visit the RCCC Funspiel event page.

For venue information and directions visit intu Braehead

Photo © Leslie Ingram-Brown


Women Worlds

Click for a full preview of the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship, which gets underway on Saturday 19th March in Swift Current, Canada.

Curling fans around the world will be able to follow selected live coverage of the 2016 World Championships events via the World Curling Federation’s YouTube Channel. Click for full broadcast schedule


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