Goldline Scottish Curling Tour

April 20, 2018

The final competition of the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour kicks off next Friday 27th April, with the very welcome return of the British Open, at The Peak in Stirling. It’s worth mentioning how good this event will be, not just from a player’s perspective, but also for all those who love to watch a substantial amount of curling.

Not only is there a nail biter of a showdown to find the ultimate Tour winner, but Active Stirling intends to show coverage of the World Mixed Doubles Championship and also the Champi...

April 17, 2018

Next weekend (27th-29th) sees the return of the British Open and the finale of the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour.   

The British Open first took place in 1945 with 70 teams and 1500 spectators, it was a grand event and ran for 67 years until it was disbanded recently, Gavin Fleming, formerly of the GSCT Committee left his role in the committee to resurrect, in conjunction with Active Stirling, this historic competition which starts Friday 27th April at 10am at The Peak, Stirling.

The top 2 teams...

February 8, 2018

The Olympics are now upon us with the first two sessions of the new curling discipline, Mixed Doubles, already decided. The opening ceremony will be on our screens tomorrow at 10am (UK time). If you can't get in front of the television then here is a link to the BBC website where it will be streamed- http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/winter-olympics/42433318.

The Mixed doubles schedule looks like this:

Tonight session - Draw 3 (11:35pm) - The online link to this is http://www.bbc.co.uk/sp...

December 17, 2017

We mentioned Team Mouat's recent success at the Grand Slam of Curling at the start of this week, Bruce and his team have continued their success picking up the trophy at Dumfries Challenger Series.  In a low scoring and tight game, Team Mouat made the breakthrough in the 6th end with a 2 and a 5-2 lead with only 2 ends to go, a force in the 7th was enough to confirm the title would stay in Scotland and go home with Bruce to Edinburgh.

When asked how he was feeling after the final, Bruce sent us this quote:


December 17, 2017

Mouat vs Hess

The Final of the Dumfries Challenger Series will be contested by Bruce Mouat and Jan Hess.  Bruce and his team of Grant Hardie, Bobby Lammie and Hammy McMillan Jnr.  came through their tightly contested Semi Final with Mikkel Krause earlier this morning after stealing 1 in an extra end.  The game was tied after 8 ends at 6-6 with both teams swapping 3s in the 6th and 7th ends (you know what they say about 3s)

The other semi final was an all Swiss affair with the team from cc. Zug coming...

December 17, 2017

We're at the Semi Final Stage in Dumfries, down to the last 4 teams.  These are taking place right now:

The first semi is an all Swiss affair:

Andrin Schnider, St. Gallen vs Jan Hess, cc Zug

The second semi is Denmark vs Scotland:

Mikkel Krauss, Taarnby vs Bruce Mouat, Edinburgh

This game is available on the Dumfries Curling Youtube channel here

The winners go to the final at 11.45am today

Linescores here

December 16, 2017

Quarter Finals

For Live Coverage of Staehli vs Mouat, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sv6fXQIAvug

December 16, 2017

With 3 draws left before the Quarter Finalists are announced all three groups in Dumfries are tightly poised. In Pool A, Michael Krause Leads the way on 3 wins from 3 games.  1 win behind is Bruce Mouat, Stuart Marshall and local team Hamish Gallacher.   Pool B has 4 teams tied at the top on 3 wins and 1 loss; Tom Brewster, Stefan Staehli, Fraser Hare and Sergio Vez from Spain. Pool C also has a tie at the top with Cameron Bryce and Jan Hess on 3 wins, but the former has played 1 extra game.


December 15, 2017

Standings after 2 games each in Dumfries are:

Fraser Hare vs Grant Barr is currently Live on the Dumfries Curling Youtube Channel

December 15, 2017

The Goldline Scottish Curling Tour is in Dumfries this weekend, the first 2 rounds began yesterday evening and continue all weekend at the Dumfries Ice Bowl.  This years line up is very strong with 18 teams split into 3 sections. 5 Swiss, 2 Spanish, a Czech and Danish team join the 9 Scottish Teams.  Bruce Mouat is in the draw following his recent success in the Grand Slam of Curling at the Boost National in Ontario.  There is a great opportunity this weekend to go along and watch some world class curling....

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