After the Irish Mens playdowns in Dumfries on Sat 13th Jan 2018, the Mens team representing Ireland in the European Curling Championships (ECC) C-Division 2018 in Tårnby Curling Club, in Copenhagen, Denmark on April 11–18, are: John Wilson, James Russell, Craig Whyte, John Furey, Eoin McCrossan and coach Martin Sutherland.
The women’s and men’s winners and runners-up in Denmark will be promoted to the B-Division, which will be held in Tallinn, Estonia in November 2018 as part of the Le Gruyère AOP European Curling Championships 2018.
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.
Our first ICA event of a new season.
Everyone is welcome – we have 3 rinks and those attending will be drawn into 6 teams for our annual funspiel.
Soup and sandwiches are organised for after the match.
See you all there …
The ICA is delighted to host our annual Irish Open Championship for the Fyfe trophy. Places are available now. The championship will be in the round robin format of four 4 end games.
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
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.