The Morton Trophy, for competition between female curlers, shall be played annually in sections as agreed by the Ladies’ Branch. The Competition is in two stages:
Section Games    – Various Ice Rinks
Knock-out Stage – Host Ice Rink
All team members must be members of Scottish Curling

DAYTIME 3 games (Home or Away) and 3 teams required for each game. Open to any individual woman curler. Stirling is in West Section vs Glasgow, Greenacres, Waterfront. Qualifying team in Section goes to Final at Lanarkshire

  • Morton 2023 Result

    The Ladies travelled to Hamilton to play against Edinburgh. Edinburgh1 and Stirling1, representing East and West respectively, delivered the tightest game of the semi-final stage. Stirling 1 had the board in their favour with four points in End 3, but Edinburgh1 fought back and led by a point after five ends. Singles in the next two ends brought Stirling one back in front, but, coming down with hammer, Edinburgh1 scored two in the eighth for an 8-7 win. It was all square after two ends between Stirling2 and Edinburgh2, but big points in Ends 3, 4, and 5 enabled Stirling2 to triumph 10-5. With one game each, everything came down to the third game. Edinburgh3 led by the slim margin of a single point at the break, but they came out swinging at the restart with three consecutive threes, resulting in an eventual 13-4 victory. With a 2-1 defeat, Stirling headed home, proud to have made it to the Semis. The final was won by Stranraer.

  • Stirling Ladies Qualify for Morton Final

    Well done to the three Stirling Ladies teams, who beat Waterfront to qualify for the Morton Trophy Final on Tuesday 14 March 2023 at Hamilton Ice Rink.  We wish them lots of luck in the semi-finals/finals. (L-R);  Kirsty Pender, Diane Christie, Michele Brodie, Luisella Mosley, Michele Hartley, Janet Simpson, Val Saville, Helen Watson, Marjorie Christie, Rachel Hotchkiss, Fiona Robertson, Diana Cheyne