The 2015 Four Nations – Team Announcement

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club is pleased to announce that the following RCCC members (30) have been invited to play in the 2015 Four Nations competition. This is a weekend social event played annually between the governing bodies of each of the home nations (England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales) in January, and is hosted in turn by all four nations. The host nation in 2015 is England, and the event will be played at Fenton’s Rink, Tunbridge Wells, Kent on 16th – 18th January 2015.

Ali Asher (Nairn)
Karen Barthelemy (Galston Haymouth)
Iain Baxter (Corstorphine)
Dottie Burt (Fossoway Ladies)
Stewart Cairns (Corstorphine)
James Carswell (Skelmorlie)
Ann Maree Davidson (Perth Ladies)
Ian Dyer (Holywood)
Patrick Edington (Boswall)
Carol Fleming (Lothian Ladies)
John Good (Haddington)
Fiona Hardie (Crocketford)
David Hardie (Crocketford)
David Henderson (New Abbey)
Jonathan Hogg (Aberdeen Civil Service)
Billy Howat (Cumnock & District)
Ian Keron (Oatridge)
Isla Kinnear (Abdie Ladies)
Carol Lyon (Crossmyloof)
Gordon Lyon (Partick)
Linsey McGillivray (Earlston)
Harry McPherson (Midcalder)
Mary Anne McWilliam (Portpatrick)
Liz Paul (Glasgow Ladies)
Albert Rae (Dunfermline)
Richard Stevenson (Leswalt)
Stewart Sutherland (Skelmorlie)
Clive Thomson (Glasgow Academicals)
Judith Thomson (Rolling Stones)
Morag Wellman (Fossoway Ladies)

A number of prestigious trophies will be played for over the course of the weekend, including the Tom Ballantyne Trophy (Scotland men versus England men) which Scotland holds, the Connie Miller Trophy (Scotland ladies versus England ladies) which Scotland holds, the Welsh Stone (Big Bertha) (Scotland men, ladies, mixed versus Wales men, ladies, mixed), which Wales holds, and the Marshall Millennium Trophy (Scotland men, ladies, mixed versus Ireland men, ladies, mixed) which Scotland holds.

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