League Information

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Cloverdale Curling Club Rules of Play

Canadian Curling Association Rules apply along with these rules.

1.        Where a player is unable to play, the team may play with the three remaining players, the first two players delivering three stones each end; OR the player who is unable to play may be replaced with a spare. The spare will play lead stone and the remaining players will move up in position.

2.        A team must consist of two regular players and shall not play under any circumstances with fewer than three players. In the case of two spares and two regular players, the spares must play lead and second positions. Spares cannot hold the broom or call the game.

3.        Friday Night, Monday Night, Wednesday Night, and Sunday Night leagues are open leagues with no gender restrictions.

4.        Teams consisting of more than four players must have the 5th player registered with the office prior to October 31st in each curling season.   The registered players may be used and played at any position. Any changes in permanent teams after October 31st in each curling season must be registered with the office. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of any games/games played where a player is not so registered.

5.        All leagues will play to a one hour and fifty minute bell, finish the end in progress and play one more end. An end is considered completed when all stones for the end in progress have come to rest.

6.        All leagues, with the exception of the Tuesday Men’s league, play to a tie. The Tuesday Men’s league will resolve a tie by playing a full extra end.

7.        A team unable to play a league game at the scheduled time loses by default unless by mutual agreement the game is rescheduled with the Club Manager and played prior to the end of the block.

8.        If there is a delay in the start of the game, one point will be awarded to the non-offending team for each ten minutes. The non-offending team will be awarded the hammer. If there is a delay of more than 30 minutes, the offending team will forfeit the game.

9.       The first block in each league of the season will be a random draw with teams being seeded into future blocks depending on total points. If two teams are tied at the end of a block and one team has defeated the other, this team will advance to the higher standing. If a clear winner cannot be determined, the team to advance to the higher standing will be determined by random draw.

10.       In the event that two or more teams are tied for total points at the end of the season, the play-off positions will be determined by the 'for and against' record during the season teams involved. If a clear record cannot be determined, the skips of the teams involved will throw one stone each, closest to the button, with Canadian Curling Association sweeping rules to be applied, to determine play-off positions.

11.       Failure to comply with these Rules of Play shall result in the forfeiture of game/games. Any protest must be declared during the course of play of the game being protested.

CLOVERDALE CURLING CLUB PLAYOFF RULES

1.     Club curling rules apply unless otherwise noted

2.     Teams must let the club manager know if they are not available to play in the playoffs. Only available teams will be included in the draw.  

3.     In all leagues, a minimum of two regular team members are required, however two spares will be allowed. The spares must play the first two positions. Spares eligible for playoffs must be a regular league curler with dues paid in full.

4.     Teams will play their first playoff game on their regular curling day/night.

5.     There will be no rescheduling of playoff games, unless approved by the club manager.

6.     If unable to play, please notify your opposition and the club manager.

7.     All games will be eight ends. If tied, a full extra end will be played until a winner is determined.

Monday Evening Open

 A fun league for teams open to any combination of players (all men, all women, or any gender combination). Bring in your own team or ask us to help you find a team. After the first round –robin block (5 games), teams are divided into blocks, so that teams play against other teams with similar abilities. Game times alternate between 6:45 and 9 pm.

2019/2020 Monday Open Draw Block 3

 2019/2020 Monday Open Roster

Wednesday Evening Open

 As the number of ladies teams has decreased substancially the last couple of years a decision was made to change to an open league starting in the 2019-2020 curling season.

A fun league for teams open to any combination of players (all men, all women, or any gender combination). Bring in your own team or ask us to help you find a team. After the first round –robin block (5 games), teams are divided into blocks, so that teams play against other teams with similar abilities. Game times alternate between 6:45 and 9 pm.

2019/2020 Wednesday Open Draw Block 2

 2019/2020 Wednesday Open Roster

Thursday Senior Men

 A non- competitive league for men fifty years of age and older.  Players preferences and abilities are taken into account by a committee which establishes teams using a random draw method.

Eight end games are played at 9:30 a.m. on Thursday from the end of September to mid March.  Rates are reasonable and can be pro-rated for curlers wishing to curl a half season.

Curlers sixty years of age and older (Masters) are eligible to make up teams of choice to enter any of the eight Masters Bonspiels held in the Lower Mainland each year.

A great choice for senior men looking for some exercise, friendship and a bit of competition.

Friday Senior Mixed

 A non-competitive league for men and women fifty years of age and older.  Players preferences and abilities are taken into account by a committee which establishes teams using a random draw method.

Eight end games are played at 9:30 a.m. on Fridays from the end of September to mid March.  Rates are reasonable and can be pro-rated for curlers wishing to curl a half season.

Curlers sixty years of age and older (Masters) are eligible to make up teams of choice to enter any of the eight Masters Bonspiels held in the Lower Mainland each year.

A great choice for senior men and women looking for some exercise, friendship and a bit of competition.

Sunday Morning

 A non-competitive league for anyone wishing to curl on Sunday morning with teams drawn out of a hat in September.  Great camaraderie and good fun in this league – come try it!  Game time 9:15am.

2019/2020 Curling season starts: September 29, 2019

 2019/2020 Sunday Morning Roster

Sunday Evening Novice

 A beginner league open to any combination of men or women with a combined curling experience of 25 years or less.  Form your own team, or let us find you a team.  Game time is at 6:30 pm.  A ½ hour (optional) lesson covering the finer points of the game is provided by a certified coach from 6:00 to 6:30 pm.  Coaches are available to answer questions while the games are on.  This is a great opportunity to take your game to the next level fast!

2019/2020 Sunday Novice Draw Block 1

2019/2020 Sunday Novice Roster

Youth & Little Rocker Curling

 Junior curling for kids aged 10 to 18.  Wednesdays from 4:00 to 6:00 pm.  Short lessons on the finer points of the game and instructional drills are provided by a certified coach prior to the game.  Juniors are encouraged to participate in extra bonspiels and interclub leagues once they have mastered the basics.

Curling Starts on October 2, 2019

Little Rocker curling for kids aged 6 to 9.  Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 pm. Short lessons on the finer points of the game and instructional drills are provided by a certified coach.

Curling Starts on October 2, 2019

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