DIA Panmure Pairs and Bruce Trophy Competitions

More than just an ice arena!

DOMINO'S PIZZA BRUCE TROPHY

BRUCE TROPHY Competition Rules

 

- R.C.C.C. Rules, including the free guard zone, will apply, and where necessary, the decision of DIA Curling Manager will be final. (Note that RCCC rules differentiate slightly from WCF rules).

- Entries treated on a first come basis up to a maximum of 32 teams in season.  Open to any four curlers that don’t have to be in the same club or play at the same ice rink

- Teams arriving with a player short will be allowed to play but will forfeit 1 shot for every 5 minutes late up to a maximum of 6 shots. The result of the game will stand. Rinks with 2 or more players short will forfeit the game be eliminated from the competition and be responsible for the full ice fees

- Two subs allowed, provided they have not played for another team in the same competition. – Juniors and Virtual Club members can play with more than one team

- All games after qualifiers will be played over 8 ends or the bell with the winning team progressing to the next round. The Final will be played over 8 ends (no bell)

- Any game date fixture may be re-arranged subject to agreement with DIA and the two teams. Should any game fail to be re-arranged the team that is unable to fulfil the original fixture will be responsible for the full ice fees and will forfeit the game and be responsible for full ice fees.

- If after a qulaifiers game the teams are still tied, then a draw shot will be played –In all orther stages an extra end will be played then more extra ends can be played if required to determine the winner.

 

 

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CONVERGED COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS PANMURE PAIRS

Panmure Pairs - Competition Rules

 

- R.C.C.C. Rules, including the free guard zone, will apply, and where necessary, the decision of DIA Curling Manager will be final. (Note that RCCC rules differentiate slightly from WCF rules).

- Entries treated on a first come basis up to a maximum as determined by ice availability in any season. Open to any two curlers. The players do not have to be in the same club or play at the same ice rink.

- Teams arriving with a player short will forfeit the game.

- One sub allowed during the competition, provided they have not played for another team in the same competition

- All games will be played over 6 ends or the bell (at 1hr 10mins), whichever is the soonest. Quarterfinal stages onwards – 6 ends will be played with no bell.

- The winning team moves to the next round of the competition until one team wins the final.

- In the event of a tie after 6 ends any nominated player in the team will play a draw shot challenge. Quarterfinal stages onwards - extra ends will be played and will continue until one team wins.

- Any game date fixture may be re-arranged subject to agreement with DIA and the two teams. Should any game fail to be re-arranged the team that is unable to fulfil the original fixture will be responsible for the full ice fees and will forfeit the game.

- The winning team of the Panmure Pairs will be invited to attend Scottish Pairs Championship finals usually help at Stranraer in March. The entry fee for the Scottish Pairs Championships will be paid for the winning team by sponsored Converged Communication Solutions.

 

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