Online Entries for Competitions and Courses

This is the gateway to applications for RCCC course and competition applications. If you are a member of the RCCC you must login to take advantage of any special rates for members and/or to establish that you are a member of the RCCC.

To login all you have to do is enter your email address and password in the boxes at the top right of this screen. If you have forgotten or do not have a password, just enter your email address and click New Password (just below the login boxes). If your email address matches the address we hold for you, a secret password will automatically be
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All competitions are played under RCCC rules.

Click on the link to find out more on the competition or course you are interested in.

Asham U14 Slam 1 - Forfar

The Asham Under 14 Slam comprises four one day events, with points being awarded after each. The Under 14 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees. The top three results will be accumulated to determine the top team.

• Slam 1: Forfar Indoor Sports on Sunday 9th October 2016.
• Slam 2: Stranraer Ice Rink on Sunday 23rd October 2016.
• Slam 3: intu Braehead (Glasgow) on Saturday 28th January 2017.
• Slam 4: Murrayfield (Edinburgh) on 5th March 2017.


Asham U14 Slam 2 - Stranraer

The Asham Under 14 Slam comprises four one day events, with points being awarded after each. The Under 14 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees. The top three results will be accumulated to determine the top team.

• Slam 1: Forfar Indoor Sports on Sunday 9th October 2016.
• Slam 2: Stranraer Ice Rink on Sunday 23rd October 2016.
• Slam 3: intu Braehead (Glasgow) on Saturday 28th January 2017.
• Slam 4: Murrayfield (Edinburgh) on 5th March 2017.


Asham U14 Slam 3 - intu Braehead

The Asham Under 14 Slam comprises four one day events, with points being awarded after each. The Under 14 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees. The top three results will be accumulated to determine the top team.


• Slam 1: Forfar Indoor Sports on Sunday 9th October 2016.
• Slam 2: Stranraer Ice Rink on Sunday 23rd October 2016.
• Slam 3: intu Braehead (Glasgow) on Saturday 28th January 2017.
• Slam 4: Murrayfield (Edinburgh) on 5th March 2017.


Asham U14 Slam 4 - Murrayfield

The Asham Under 14 Slam comprises four one day events, with points being awarded after each. The Under 14 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees. The top three results will be accumulated to determine the top team.

• Slam 1: Forfar Indoor Sports on Sunday 9th October 2016.
• Slam 2: Stranraer Ice Rink on Sunday 23rd October 2016.
• Slam 3: intu Braehead (Glasgow) on Saturday 28th January 2017.
• Slam 4: Murrayfield (Edinburgh) on 5th March 2017.


Asham U17 Slam 1 - Lockerbie

The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events at Lockerbie, Lanarkshire, Greenacres, Forfar and Perth with points awarded at each. The top three results are accumulated to determine the top male/mixed team and top female team.

The Under 17 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees/ice rinks.

Teams can be male, female or mixed.
All Team Members must be under 17 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U17 Slam 2 - Lanarkshire

The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events at Lockerbie, Lanarkshire, Greenacres, Forfar and Perth with points awarded at each. The top three results are accumulated to determine the top male/mixed team and top female team.

The Under 17 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees/ice rinks.

Teams can be male, female or mixed.
All Team Members must be under 17 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U17 Slam 4 - Forfar

The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events at Lockerbie, Lanarkshire, Greenacres, Forfar and Perth with points awarded at each. The top three results are accumulated to determine the top male/mixed team and top female team.

The Under 17 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees/ice rinks.

Teams can be male, female or mixed.
All Team Members must be under 17 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U17 Slam 5 - Perth

The Asham Under 17 Slam comprises five events at Lockerbie, Lanarkshire, Greenacres, Forfar and Perth with points awarded at each. The top three results are accumulated to determine the top male/mixed team and top female team.

The Under 17 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees/ice rinks.

Teams can be male, female or mixed.
All Team Members must be under 17 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U21 Slam 1 - Greenacres

The Under 21 Slam was introduced to revitalise and raise the profile of current Under 21 Competitions. The Under 21 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees.

Separate male and female competitions will be run within each event and points will be awarded to the top eight male teams and top four female teams.

Teams must be all Male or all Female
All Team Members must be Under 21 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U21 Slam 2 - Kinross

The Under 21 Slam was introduced to revitalise and raise the profile of current Under 21 Competitions. The Under 21 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees.

Separate male and female competitions will be run within each event and points will be awarded to the top eight male teams and top four female teams.

Eligibility

Teams must be all Male or all Female
All Team Members must be Under 21 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U21 Slam 3 - Inverness

The Under 21 Slam was introduced to revitalise and raise the profile of current Under 21 Competitions. The Under 21 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees.

Separate male and female competitions will be run within each event and points will be awarded to the top eight male teams and top four female teams.

Teams must be all Male or all Female
All Team Members must be Under 21 years of age before 30th June 2016


Asham U21 Slam 4 - Lockerbie

The Under 21 Slam was introduced to revitalise and raise the profile of current Under 21 Competitions. The Under 21 Slam is being administered by the RCCC in conjunction with the local organising committees.

Separate male and female competitions will be run within each event and points will be awarded to the top eight male teams and top four female teams.

Teams must be all Male or all Female
All Team Members must be Under 21 years of age before 30th June 2016


District Medal

RCCC Affiliated Clubs can enter 1 or 2 teams to compete for a District Medal against a club in the same district, where possible. The matches will be determined by the locality of an ice rink.

The winning Club should submit their scorecard to the RCCC to claim their medal.

All team members must be members of the RCCC.





Double Rink Championship

The Double Rink Championship is open to RCCC affiliated clubs, each represented by two teams.


Henderson Bishop Trophy

This competition is organised by the Ladies Branch and open to Ladies only. Any four curlers can participate and do not have to be members of the same club. Clubs may enter more than one team.

Team entries shall be made by individual curlers or by the Local Club Secretaries by 30th June.


National Masters Curling Championship (Women)

This competition is open to female members who are over the age of 60 on 30th June preceding the competition. The closing date for entries is the 30th June.


National Masters Curling Championship [Men's]

The National Masters Men’s Championship is open to eligible male teams who are members of the RCCC.

The Championship may be in two stages:
- Qualifiers
- Championship

Eligibility

- Teams must be male.
- All Team Members must be over 60 years of age by 30th June 2016.
- All Team Members must be members of the RCCC.


National Virtual Club Challenge

The National Virtual Club Challenge is open to all RCCC affiliated Virtual Clubs competition for the title. All participants must be a member of a Virtual Club and be in their first two years of curling.

Teams are guaranteed 4 x 4 end games.

• Teams can be male, female or mixed.
• All team members must be members of an RCCC Virtual Club.


Newcomers Trophy - Greenacres

Open to junior curlers aged 16 or under on 2nd April 2017 and targeted at those in their first or second season of curling.

Entry is on an individual basis and teams will be compiled on the day of the event.

Teams are guaranteed a minimum of 4 games of 3 ends. After the completion of preliminary rounds, the top four teams will play for the High Road Finals and the teams finishing in 5th – 8th places will compete in the Low Road Finals.


• All team members must be members of the RCCC.
• All Team Members must be 16 years and under of age by the end of the 2nd day of April 2016.


RCCC Funspiel U13

The Under 13 Funspiel is a one day event open to junior members from the same junior curling club.

Teams are guaranteed a minimum of 3 x 4 end games and a final will be played. Teams will also compete in a Hotshots competition throughout the day.

Teams are allowed two substitutes throughout the competition. A substitute / player may be able to play for more than one team at any weekend.

Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd teams and Hotshot winning team.


• Teams can be male, female or mixed.
• All team members must be members of the RCCC.
• All team members must be less than 13 years of age by the end of the 30th day of June 2016.


RCCC Funspiel U15

The Under 15 Funspiel is a one day event open to junior members from the same junior curling club.

Teams are guaranteed a minimum of 3 x 4 end games and a final will be played. Teams will also compete in a Hotshots competition throughout the day.

Teams are allowed two substitutes throughout the competition. A substitute / player may be able to play for more than one team at any weekend.

Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, 3rd teams and Hotshot winning team.


• Teams can be male, female or mixed.
• All team members must be members of the RCCC.
• All team members must be less than 15 years of age by the end of the 30th day of June 2016.


Scottish Curling Mixed Championship

The closing date for entries is the 31 January 2017. This competition open to mixed teams of two men and two women, playing in alternate positions in their team.

The winners will go forward to represent Scotland in the European Mixed Championships. The RCCC will provide playing kit and will make the following financial contributions dependant on venue of the World Mixed Curling Championship (for 4 players):
• UK - £500pp
• Europe - £600pp
• North America - £800pp
• Pacific - £900pp



Scottish Curling Mixed Doubles Championship

The Scottish Curling Mixed Doubles Championship provides an opportunity for teams to compete for the Scottish title. With Mixed Doubles being a new discipline accepted into the 2018 Olympic Games, the format for determining Scotland’s representative team to represent Scotland and try to gain points for Team GB at the World Curling Championships (Lethbridge, Canada) 16th April to 23rd April 2017 will be communicated to all participating teams no later than 31st May 2016
The Championship may be in two stages:
• Qualifiers – if required.
• Championship – Intu Braehead (Glasgow)

The RCCC will provide playing kit and will make the following financial contributions dependant on venue of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship (for 2 players):
• UK - £500pp
• Europe - £600pp
• North America - £800pp
• Pacific - £900pp


Scottish Curling Junior Championships (Men's)

The closing date for entries is the 31st July.

This is Scotland's premier junior championship. The best placed teams will go forward to the finals at Curl Aberdeen in January.

The winning finalists will represent Scotland in the World Championships.


Scottish Curling Junior Championships (Women)

The Scottish Curling Junior Women’s Championship is open to eligible female teams who are members of the RCCC.


Scottish Curling Junior Mixed Doubles Championship

The Scottish Curling Junior Mixed Doubles Championship is the first championship in this new discipline with teams competing for the title.

• Teams must be mixed (1 x male and 1 x female).
• All team members must be members of the RCCC.
• All team members must be less than 21 years of age by the end of the 30th day of June 2016.


Scottish Curling Men's Championship

The Scottish Curling Men’s Championship is the pinnacle Men’s event in Scotland with teams competing for the title and the right to represent Scotland in the World Curling Championships (Edmonton, Canada) - 1st March to 9th March 2017.



Scottish Curling Pairs Championship

The Scottish Curling Pairs Championship is for any two eligible curlers competing for the Scottish title at Stranraer Ice Rink. Teams should enter local qualifiers via their local ice rink (this entry form should be completed by teams who have qualified to represent their ice rink at the championship).

The Championship may be in two stages:
• Qualifiers – decided at local ice rinks.
• Championship – Stranraer Ice Rink.


Scottish Curling Senior Championships (Men) [Qualifiers]

The Scottish Curling Senior Men’s Championship is open to eligible male teams who are members of the RCCC.

- Teams must be male.
- All team members must be over 50 years of age by 30th June 2016.
- All team members must be members of the RCCC.


Scottish Curling Senior Championships (Women) [Finals]

This competition is open to members aged over 50 as at 30th June prior to the competition.


Scottish Curling Senior Mixed Championships

The Scottish Curling Senior Mixed Championship is open to senior mixed teams who are members of the RCCC.

The Championship will initially be played in league sections and teams are guaranteed a minimum of 3 games.


Scottish Curling Women's Championship

The Scottish Curling Women’s Championship is the pinnacle Women’s event in Scotland with teams competing for the title and the right to represent Scotland in the World Curling Championships (Beijing, China) – 18th March to 26th March 2017.


Scottish Province Championship

The Scottish Province Championship is competed for by Club Teams representing their local Province. Each Province shall determine and manage its own qualifying competition.


Scottish Schools Curling Championship

This competition is open to teams from affiliated Scottish Schools, the four members of each team being from the same school. Teams may consist of any four boys or girls or be mixed teams.

The closing date for entries is the 30th October.


Skill Awards Challenge

The Skill Awards Challenge is a one day competition open to junior curlers who have achieved an RCCC Skill Award.

The format will be determine based on the number of entries received however games will be a minimum of 4 ends.

Teams must consist of 4 people with a maximum of 10 points (at date of entry) based on individual Skill Award level:

Red Award Holder 1 point
White Award Holder 2 points
Blue Award Holder 3 points
Bronze Award Holder 4 points
Silver Award Holder 5 points
Gold Award Holder 6 points

• All team members must be junior members of the RCCC.
• Teams can be male, female or mixed.

Prizes will be awarded for 1st and 2nd placed teams.


The Rink Championship

The Rink Championship is competed for by Club Teams representing their local Ice Rink. Each Ice Rink shall manage its own qualifying competition; ice rinks having less than 4 teams may be required to play at another ice rink.