The Slovenian Curling Association will host its first international curling event between Monday 25 April and Sunday 1 May, when the European Curling Championship C-Division 2016 takes place.
Results from the European Curling Championship C-Division 2016 are available here:
- WOMEN – http://www.softpeelr.com/en/tournaments/320
- MEN – http://www.softpeelr.com/en/tournaments/319
Also some games will be covered play by play at CurlingGeek.com
Mens Team: (Tom Roche, 2 Bob Sherrard, 3 Alan Mitchell, 4 Skip Andrew Gilmore, Alternate John Gilmore)
* Tue 26th April 11:00 vs Serbia
* Tue 26th April 19:00 vs Estonia
* Wed 27th April 11:00 vs Croatia
* Wed 27th April 19:00 vs Bulgaria
* Thu 28th April 09:00 vs France
* Thu 28th April 17:00 vs Luxembourg
* Fri 29th April 11:00 vs Andorra
* Fri 29th April 19:00 vs Romania
* Sat 30th April 09:00 vs Iceland
* Sat 30th April 17:00 vs Belarus
Womens Team: (1 Clare McCormick, 2 Hazel Gormley-Leahy, 3 Katie Kerr, 4 Skip Alisa Anderson)
* Tue 26th April 15:00 vs Romania
* Wed 27th April 07:00 vs Croatia
* Wed 27th April 15:00 vs Lithuania
* Thu 28th April 13:00 vs Slovenia
* Fri 29th April 07:00 vs Spain
* Fri 29th April 15:00 vs Belarus
* Sat 30th April 13:00 vs Austria
In Ljubljana, at the Ledena Dvorana Zalog, 19 teams from 15 countries will be vying for four places at the Le Gruyère European Curling Championships 2016, to be held in Glasgow, Scotland between 18 and 26 November 2016. 11 men’s teams and eight women’s teams will contend for the four qualification – two men’s and two women’s – spots available in the B-Division.The 11 men’s teams are: Andorra, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, France, Ireland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Romania and Serbia.
The eight women’s teams are: Austria, Belarus, Croatia, Spain, Ireland, Lithuania, Romania and Slovenia.
Round-robin play will run for six days from Monday 25 April, at 17.00 (Central European Summer Time, CEST) through to Saturday 30 April. This will be followed by a tiebreaker session, if necessary and then a set of medal matches on Sunday 1 May.
Following the round-robin the top four teams in each of the men’s and women’s events will be ranked. The first placed team will play the second placed team at 12.00 (CEST) to determine who qualifies first for the European B-Division and wins the Gold medals.
The team who finishes in third place will play the fourth placed team, also at 12.00 (CEST). Subsequently, the loser of the game between one and two and the winner of the game between three and four will play each other at 16.00 (CEST) to decide who wins the second qualification place and the Silver medals. This format applies to the men’s and the women’s championships.
This is the first time this championship has taken place at this time of year. The last edition of the event was held in Champéry, Switzerland, in October 2015. At the World Curling Federation’s Annual General Assembly in Belgrade, Serbia in September 2015 it was decided that the European Curling Championships C-Division 2016 will be played in April to give more preparation time to the teams that qualify for the B-Division.
Winning team qualify for the WCF World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships to be held in Alberta, Canada in April 2017.
For further info see: http://www.worldcurling.org/world-mixed-doubles-curling-championship-2017
Possibly could be 1/2 April in Greenacres – to be confirmed
Eoin McCrossan and Jen Ward are the new Irish mixed doubles champions after the Irish playdowns in December 2017 at Dumfries Ice Bowl.
Eoin and Jen will represent Ireland at the World Mixed Doubles Championships in Òstersund, Sweden in April.
The Irish Mixed Doubles playdowns will be held to determine who will represent Ireland at the WCF World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships to be held on 20-27th April 2019 in Stravanger, Norway.
For further info see: http://www.worldcurling.org/wmdcc2019
John Wilson & Louise Kerr are the new Irish mixed doubles champions.
They will represent Ireland at the World Mixed Doubles Championships in Stavanger, Norway in April.