Eve Muirhead, Skip of the Scotland Team who recently won the European Curling Championships, Intu Braehead Ambassador and Great Britain's Olympic representative at the forthcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea will be providing some excellent coaching tips to the Intu Braehead Sweepers on Saturday 2nd November 2017 from 10am at Intu Braehead.
Eve will be joined by our very own Alan Hannah who has recently returned from Canada having been the Team Coach to Team Mouat who won the first Grand Slam of Curling Event by a Scottish Men's Team. Alan had also previously been the Scotland Team Coaching with Team Mouat who secured the World Junior Title in 2016.
The Intu Braehead Sweep is open to Curlers of all abilities. The charge is £10 per person and you can book online here
We are hoping to be able to screen the following EJCT games on Sunday 5th November 2017:
The Girls Semifinal at about 1110 hours GMT,
The Boys Final at approximately 1425 hours GMT Team Carson v Team Ramsfjell
The link to Braehead Curling You Tube channel is HERE
The Braehead Rockers were competing in Hamilton on Saturday 28th October 2017 in the Asham U17 Slam Event with 24 teams taking part. The Rockers were represented by Gregor Law, James Bacon, Cameron Harkins and Dominic Ferrie, The young quartet won their first game 10 - 4. The next two games didn't go quite to plan for The Rockers. Lots to take away from the day and take forward to the next event which is the U14 Asham Slam in Aberdeen!
The RCCC are providing an Introductory Course into Umpiring.
Full details can be found here
Monday to Thurs
Practice ice will not be available on the following date: