Leagues

Senior Mixed (Mon/Wed)

Monday & Wednesday at 9:00 am; and Tuesday & Thursday at 11:15 am with men & women senior curlers. The leagues are jitney format. You may sign up for either but not both leagues.

Monday - Senior Open CYO

This competitive league is  made up of flights and curls on Mondays at 11:15 am. Teams can be any combination of male, female or both with curlers being 50 years of age or over.

Monday - Men's at 7:15 PM

Monday nights at 7:15 pm and is ideal for new men curlers. Scheduled curling with a skips pick at the beginning of each of the three schedules.  

Tuesday - Women's 9 am

Tuesday mornings at 9:00 am are available with a 7 game schedule. There are 3 schedules in the curling season. This is a good choice for new women curlers. A skips pick begins each of the 3 schedules. Our sponsors are Shot Rock Shop, 'A' Glitter Jewelery, and Tangle Creek Golf Club.

Tuesday - Women's CYO

This league plays on Tues. evenings at 6:00 pm in a full year round robin format with playoffs at the end. Enter as a team & accumulate points over the course of the year. Spares are welcome.

Tuesday - Open CYO

This league plays at 8:15 pm. The league is a team entry league. The open team can be any combination of male, female and both. Teams can list more than 4 players on the team roster.

Senior Mixed (Tues/Thurs)

Wednesday - Women's

This league plays at 6 pm and is a good choice for new women curlers. There are three schedules of curling with a skips pick at the beginning of each schedule. There are 7 games per schedule.

Wednesday - Men's

Monday nights at 8:15 pm and is ideal for new men curlers. Scheduled curling with a skips pick at the beginning of each of the three schedules.

Wednesday - Open CYO

This 11:15 am league is open to men, women of all ages.  Both team and individual entries are welcome. This league provides an opportunity for curlers whose work schedules permit them to compete during the day.

Thursday - Women's

This league plays at 5:30 pm and is a good choice for new women curlers. There are three schedules of curling with a skips pick at the beginning of each schedule. There are 6-7 games per schedule.

It's a great league for curlers of all ability - so Development League graduates should should join up for sure!

Thursday - Open CYO

Alternates 7:15 and 9:15 pm. This is a team entry league. The league has varied skills levels allowng the teams to compete with other teams with similar curling ability. Based on a point system each week is ranked every 5-6 weeks and placed in the appropriate flight. This is repeated until playoff time is determined/posted. The open team can be any combination of male, female and both. Team can list more than 4 players on the team roster.

Friday - Super Seniors

This league rotates between the BCC, Stroud and Bradford curling clubs. It is an all men's league, 55 years of age and over, curling on Fridays.

Friday Night Mixed (FNM) - 5 pm

Friday at 5 pm. Non-competitive fun league comprised of many new curlers. Veteran curlers act as mentors, sharing their skill and knowledge in a relaxed learning environment.

 

Friday Night Mixed (FNM) - 7:00 & 8:30 pm

Friday at 7 pm and 8:30 pm alternating. Non-competitive fun leagues comprised of many new curlers. Veteran curlers act as mentors, sharing their skill and knowledge in a relaxed learning environment.

 

Little Rocks (Ages 6-12)

Little Rock curling stones are uesed by these young curlers. This is a non-competitive league with focus on safety, instruction and fun. A CSA approved helmet is requied for Little Rocks.

Juniors (ages 12-19)

A recreational league for novice/intermediate curlers and those movign up from Little Rocks. For the more experienced there is a competitive league, with scheduled games, playoffs and Club Championship.

Development League

The new Development League follows the Learn To Curl and will include graduates of the Learn to Curl and club members who want to develop their curling skills. The league fulfills two purposes:

  • Graduates from Learn To Curl may continue their curling journey with the Development League. The league integrates them with existing members and gives an opportunity to play with experienced curlers as they would with other leagues.
  • Club members can join the Development League to brush up on skills and have the opportunity to learn new skills. For example someone who plays second can learn strategy and call a game so they can become a vice or skip when ready. 

The Development League will provide strategy sessions, bring in club coaches and competition coaches, and provide new resources so that we can expand our talents and make the game more fun.

For more information or volunteering, contact the convenor, Haus (Chris Hauschild) at haus@barriecurlingclub.com.

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