In brief: Wales 34-21 England, Wales 24-29 Ireland, Wales 27-18 Scotland Wales' curlers returned down the M6 with two trophies to their name after a successful weekend at the Four Nations. Day Two (Sunday) started with Wales picking up against England with a small lead in hand. We were 6 shots ahead of England after the two Mixed matches, and there was a good response to it during the morning session today. The Ladies had a closely-fought match, but secured victory by 6 shots to 5, while the men had a much more conclusive win over England, beating John Brown's team 14-6. In the second session, Wales faced Ireland and we held just a 1-shot lead after the first day's play. The men started well, stealing a point from the first 2 ends, but Ireland managed to control the game after that; a chief example was that despite a superb double-takeout from James Pougher, Ireland still managed to draw to the centre of the house with almost pinpoint accuracy. The ladies did not have a great game, mainly due to the quality of their opposition, and the result was pretty well sealed when Ireland took a score of 4 in the sixth end to go 9-3 ahead - but Wales did recover somewhat with a 2 in the last end to finish with a loss of 11-5. James Pougher's team could only manage a 5-5 draw, making the final score for the Meikle Trophy a 29-24 victory to Ireland. Finally came the men's and ladies' matches against Scotland. The overall scores from the first day were level. The men had an easier game than the women, as the Wales men had pulled forward to lead 10-3 after 6 ends, while the women struggled to reduce their arrears to 2-6 behind at the same point. After a tightly-controlled sixth and seventh ends, the men took victory by 15 shots to 3, while the women took 2 shots in the final end to reduce their arrears to 7-4, meaning Wales took victory and the Big Bertha stone by 9 shots. In the other competitions, England's men secured the Tom Ballantyne Trophy by 63 shots to 47- although the trophy itself was not at the event! Scotland's ladies fared better, beating England 20-9 for the Connie Miller Trophy. Ireland also managed victory over Scotland, taking the Marshall Millennium Trophy by a 33-27 overall score, and topped that off with victory over England by 33 shots to 22 in order to take the Turnbull Cup. It means Ireland are triple-crown champions, the title which Wales took only last year. We return back home having retained two of the three trophies won last year. Next year's competition is expected to be around 12 months later at Ayr in south-west Scotland, organised by the RCCC. Photos of the event will follow.