Scottish Curling Tour Builds to a Climax in Aberdeen
The Petrofac Aberdeen City Open gets underway tomorrow, 1st February, at Curl Aberdeen.
24 teams will be taking to the ice including locals Team Brewster who lifted the trophy (pictured right, donated by Aberdeen City Council) last year after defeating Team Barr in a closely contested final which came down to the last stone of the competition.
Pictured left: 2012 Winners Tom Brewster, Greg Drummond, Scott Andrews, Michael Goodfellow and Ron Brewster with the Lord Provost and Gordon Smith, commercial and legal vice-president for Petrofac Offshore Engineering & Operations.
Teams will be playing across two sections, red and blue, for the first two days followed by the quarters, semis and finals all on Sunday 3rd February.
The Petrofac Aberdeen City Open is the last event on the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour so also at stake is the overall SCT prize, The Galbraith Trophy and £2000. David Edwards currently tops the leaderboard closely followed by Frazer Hare and Murray Young so there’s everything to play for.