- Christmas Challenge December 7, 2021 at 17:30 – 19:30
- Province KO December 9, 2021 at 21:00 – 23:00
- RPS 6 v Buchlyvie December 16, 2021 at 21:00 – 23:00
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Four teams competed in some intense games of pairs but it was John Steel and Chris Bilsland who were the overall winners of our annual Pairs Competition. Janet Simpson and Anne Ewing were runners-up. As we couldn’t leave the Presidents … Continue reading
Congratulations to Andy Kinninmonth and his team comprising Janet Simpson, Alan Brunger and Anne Lochhead for winning the 2021 League Cup. There were slightly fewer numbers curling this year so the League has finished earlier than usual. The 2nd place … Continue reading
Team lists and match dates are on the website calendar for our Club games. Province dates will be added soon.
It may be hot and sunny outside, but our curling season starts next month. Yes, in August curling in Stirling starts with a “Bounceback” week, which also incorporates the annual Doune Rosebowl competition. Drymen CC has one team entered into … Continue reading
It is with great sadness that the Club wishes to inform members of the passing of George Gibb. George was a loyal member of Drymen Curling Club for many years. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to his wife Margaret.
Welcome to Season 2021/22. We are making plans for Curling to re-start in September. To help with our planning we need to know how many of our members would like to play.Please note – you must complete this form once … Continue reading
In these unprecedented and uncertain times, I wish you all well in the coming months. The vaccine is the only bright light in the not too distant future, hopefully with everyone getting the chance next year!! At the moment any … Continue reading
Instead of curling, our Secretary has been busy sorting through the old Club files and come across a few interesting bits that have been added to the History section. See tab above to read some amusing and interesting facts.
Well the spike in Covid19 cases has brought all curling plans this autumn to a halt. Plans are progressing to start curling in January, but only if the Central Belt moves down to at least level 2. The Stirling Curling … Continue reading