The uncontested teams representing Ireland in the European Curling Championships (ECC) C-Division 2019 in Brasov, Romania on April 12–17, are: James Russell, Arran Cameron, Steve Callan & Eoin McCrossan for the Men and Alison Fyfe, Jen Ward, Jacqui Barr, Katie Kerr for the Women, as well as coach Martin Sutherland.
The women’s and men’s winners and runners-up in Romania will be promoted to the B-Division, which will be held at Helsingborg, Sweden in November 2019 as part of the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2019.
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.
The Mens team representing Ireland in the European Curling Championships (ECC) C-Division 2021 in Curling Club Trois-Chêne in Geneva, Switzerland on Sept 12–17, are:
There is no Irish womens team this year.
At the European Curling Championships C-Division , two teams from each gender, are promoted to the EEC B-Division in Lillehammer, Norway on 20-27 November 2021.
European Curling Championships 2021; Lillehammer, Norway, 20th-27th November 2021
World Mixed Doubles Qualification Event; Forfar, Scotland, 4th-9th January 2022
Olympic Winter Games; Beijing, China, 3rd-20th February 2022
Paralympic Winter Games; Beijing, China, 5th-12th March 2022
European Curling Championships 2022 C Division; Vilnius, Lithuania, 1st-6th May 2022.
The European Curling Championships C-Division are for women’s and men’s teams from the World Curling Federation’s European zone. From this event, three women’s and men’s teams are promoted to the B-Division to be played in November 2022.