Irish Curling Association
Ardrossan Castle C.C.
This annual fixture will take place at
Greenacres Curling Rink
on Wednesday 5th December 2018
The ICA is looking for 8 curlers to play in this friendly annual fixture.
The game will be followed by tea/coffee and sandwiches.
We are looking for individual players to make up two teams to play this important fixture. If you are available could you contact us.
This friendly annual event was revived by the ICA in 1994 but was first played in 1861. Originally we hoped to play it alternating between Irish and Scottish ice rinks, however we cannot provide ice time in Ireland at the moment.
The Trophy is the Belfast Medal hanging in a wooden curling stone. The medal was originally played for between Belfast Union and RCCC.
Join us at the National Curling Academy in Stirling, Scotland for our winter bonspiel.
We have two sheets, so places are available for 16 individuals, who will be sorted into teams for this social event.
The new curling facility, The Flower Bowl in Preston, Lancashire, is home to this years Four Nations Competition.
Would you like to represent Ireland in this home nations competition?
Join us in Kinross for a social Irish Curling Bonspiel followed by a late lunch.
Individual entries will be sorted into 6 teams.
The ICA decamp to the fabulous North West Castle hotel for a weekend of curling and other shenanigans ….
Three Irish teams battle it out and the winner will represent Ireland at the World Mixed Curling Championship in Oct 2019 – venue to be announced.
The ICA final bonspiel of the season is at Greenacres Curling Rink.
24 individuals will be sorted into 6 teams for this social game – see you there.
AGM to follow (at 3:30pm in nearby Gateside village hall)
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.