Braehead Rockers had a great day on Friday 3rd march. Lauren Gray came to coach our youngsters, and provided very valuable advice to them.
She is also seen here presenting Adam and Nicki with their skill awards
Many thanks Lauren - very best of luck representing Scotland in Beijing at the World Womens Championship
At the Murrayfield Asham under 14's, the Braehead Rockers Team, managed to get to the Low Road Semifinal.
The Rockers team was James Bacon (skip), Carys Ross, Arun Uttamchandani and Stefan Vuckovic
In the first game of their round robin section, they won 3 - 1 against Team Chalmers. In the second game the team lost v Team McGuire 1 - 5. In the final round robin game a close battle finished with a 4 - 3 win v Thomson, and led to qualification for the Low Road Semi.
In the semifinal a very close game ended with a 3 - 4 loss.
Very well done team. We are very proud of you, and this is the first time ever that a Rockers team has reached an Asham final
On Saturday 10th December, Braehead Rockers travelled North to Perth Dewars Rink, to compete in the Skills Awards Challenge event.
The Team is Gregor Law, Sophie Nicholson, Cameron Harkins and Nicky Noad.
After the first 3 games in their section they were in 2nd place - on 2 wins and 1 loss. They will play in the Low Road semifinal at 3pm
Hi to all Braehead Rockers, their friends, and any others.
The Braehead Rockers Curling Club will start up again on Friday 9th September 2016 at 4.15pm, and Sunday 11th September at 12 midday.
We welcome all newcomers, and the return of our junior members. We have a great season in front of us, with many challenges, and much fun.
We will shortly post all the dates of the Club, and the outside competitions we have entered.
See you all on Friday 9th or/and Sunday 11th September.
Gary, Liz, Alan and the Coaching Team
The Braehead Rockers competed in their first ever Competition in the U17 Asham Tour event hosted by Lanarkshire Ice Rink on the weekend of 31st October and 1st November 2015.
There were no trophies but the team showed a true spirit and enthusiasm for the game.
Well done to Gregor Law (Skip), Ben Andrews, James Bacon and Nicky Load, the Club is very proud of you all.
The Braehead Rockers started their Skills Awards this week with four members successfully completing their Red Level Skills Award. Details to follow once the Assessments are processed by the RCCC.
The RCCC Skill Awards Programme is designed to improve young curlers’ skills through a series of awards which become gradually more challenging. The programme is open to all RCCC affiliated members and is encouraged as part of after school and junior club sessions.
Progress through the awards is determined by individual ability and RCCC qualified coaches encourage individuals to advance to their next award level by reaching the standard requirements.
Participation in the Skill Awards allows monitoring and measurement of skill proficiency that is recognised by RCCC. Approved RCCC assessors may assess candidates for RCCC Skill Awards.
There are two sections to each Skill Award; a practical on-ice assessment and a written assessment. Passes must be achieved in both sections to achieve the Skill Award.
On successful completion of each Skill Award, an attractive signed certificate and badge of the appropriate colour is sent to the candidate.
The Braehead Rockers now have a dedicated email address.
For all queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org