We aim to provide all players of member clubs who must also be RCCC members, the opportunity to experience all the forms of curling presently available to play across a broad spectrum of abilities. These range from fun events such as the Christmas Bonspiel to the top performance competitions against all comers such as the British Open. Look at the range of events and competitions below to decide which ones you would like to enter. Use the Competitions menu to open up the required entry forms and follow the instructions. Check the closing date for applications before submitting, they vary throughout the season.


Christmas Bonspiel – Open to all members of clubs.
Various prize categories. Followed by coffee/tea etc.

Hogmanay Hack – Played on Hogmanay during the day it is open to members, – first eight teams entered. Prizes awarded.

Open Points – Open to all individual curlers. Some clubs using as their club’s points competition


Afternoon Mixed League – Tuesday afternoons throughout season
Individual entry, with players drawn into team pools. Pay per game played on day.

British Open – April 2022. This is the 75th Anniversary year for The Open.
Looking for entries from local teams as well as external entries.

Daytime League – This league is open to both Clubs, Teams and Individual curlers to enter. If you are looking for a few extra daytime games for the upcoming season then sign up for this league. Mondays at 12:30pm.

Doubles – Sunday league through season from January onwards on the weekend as it must be played in the NCA where Doubles markings exist.
New event, with introductory/training sessions at start of season.
Entry as pairs (not gender specific) or as individuals who will be drawn into pairs at start of event.

Evening Mixed League
Proposed change format to individual entry, with teams drawn.

Knockout – Open to all members as individuals.
Individual entry indicating preferred playing position; teams then drawn for competition.

Maxwell Trophy – 3 teams picked to compete in East of Scotland Ice Rink League.

Pairs – Open to all members of member clubs. Restricted to first eight pairs entered. Winners can go through to Scottish finals usually in Stranraer.

Peak Leagues – The number of leagues and teams in each league depends on entries received. 
Suggested Division 1 – 13 teams, Division 2 – 14 teams.
Played on Tuesdays throughout season, on all 10 sheets (Peak 8.45pm & NCA 9.00pm) to reduce clashes with club & other event games.

Quick Curling Quick Curling is a new format of curling to try. Games last only one hour with teams of 3 players.

Stick League – Whether you are a relatively new or seasoned Stick Curler SCG’s Stick League will give you the opportunity to play more games, approximately 1 game every 4 to 6 weeks, with other stick curlers.


Doune Rosebowl – This is the SCG Opening Bonspiel – open to all member clubs.
One afternoon  and one evening session (inc coffee etc after game)

Inter Club League New, but one of the league set ups to fill empty ice and meet a demand.
Club entry of teams. Concept of various leagues with promotion/relegation available but not compulsory – to meet the needs of teams/clubs who do not want to be promoted to higher leagues. To be run on Tuesdays (same time slots as SCG Peak Leagues, but different weeks) across all 10 sheets if possible, and on as many dates as required to complete league.

Rink Championship Qualifiers – Entry made via Scottish Curling (as it is their competition open to all ice rinks, more details here).This is open to any team of players
from the Peak rink.

Small Curling Clubs Alliance League – For the first time run by SCG to remove the burden from Laurieston and Zetland Curling Club who have organised it successfully from its inception. 8 curling clubs (Laurieston and Zetland, Falkirk, Bonnybridge, Denny, Dunblane, Larbert, Grangemouth  and Sauchie & Bannockburn) play for the SCCA League trophy every year.