Sixteen-year-old Andrew Gilmore (right) is the ICA’s latest recruit
A thousand welcomes to 16-year-old Andrew Gilmore who joined the Irish Curling Association at the weekend.
Andrew is a keen member of Stranraer Young Curlers and will be playing for Peter Wilson’s team at the men’s playdowns in Dumfries 6th / 7th / 8th March.
Andrew says he is delighted that he has been asked to curl with the ICA and looking forward to his first game!
He lives with his mum and dad, John and Diane, a couple of miles outside the village of Drummore, near the Mull of Galloway. Andrew turned 16 last November started curling when he was in primary 7. He is now in 5th year at Stranraer Academy and currently studying hard for his highers. Andrew’s career plans are to apply to Glasgow City Nautical College to study as a deck officer, hopefully on cruise ships. He plans to stay on at school for a sixth year as he can’t go to sea until he is 18.
His hobbies are curling, golf and sailing. He also plays the piano and has just passed his grade 5. He also plays the guitar. Andrew has an under 17 Asham team which he skips.