Final Premier League Table 2013/14

Apologies for the delayed post. The final premier league table for 2013/14 is as follows:

Team Played Won Lost Peeled Shot Diff Ends Points
DCC 11 9 1 1 29 45 19
SWK 11 8 3 0 31 45 16
CQS 11 7 4 0 22 44 14
MWV 11 5 4 2 23 42 12
MWK 11 5 4 2 16 40 12
CQC 11 6 5 0 -10 39 12
DMM 11 5 5 1 -1 37 11
SSL 11 4 6 1 -3 36 9
DEB 11 3 6 2 -16 33 8
AV06 11 3 7 1 -22 37 7
WH 11 3 8 0 -30 33 6
AV73 11 3 8 0 -39 32 6

Bonspiel – Final Results

John Brown’s team was crowned champions of the Welsh Bonspiel this year. We will hopefully add some photos soon.

Full Results

Bonspiel Trophy Match (Sheet B)

End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Extra TOTAL
K Horton 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 4
J Brown 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 1 6

J & M Trophy (Sheet D)

End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Extra TOTAL
H Stewart 1 1 2 0 1 0 1 1 7
A Storrie 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 4

 

Stan Williams Trophy (Sheet C)

End 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Extra TOTAL
A Meikle 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 5
A Woolston 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 3

 

Welsh Bonspiel (final tables)

Day three of the Welsh Bonspiel started with the final group matches for the Red Section, followed by the Green. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd ranked teams in each section would then play each other for the main trophies.

Red Section

J Brown 2-7 A Woolston

W Cameron 5-10 M Meikle

A Storrie 8-7 G Adam

L Beever 7-3 R Mackenzie

Final Group Table

Team Points Ends Shots Shot +/-
J Brown 6 17 26 +3
A Storrie 6 15 35 +16
A Woolston 5 16 31 +11
L Beever 5 16 31 +7
G Adam 4 18 47 +14
M Meikle 2 15 25 -4
R Mackenzie 2 11 16 -16
W Cameron 2 11 16 -31

 Green Section

K Horton 12-2 A Robbins

A Meikle 6-9 H Stewart

A Carr 6-7 M Yuille

K Preston 5-11 N Murray

Final Group Table

Team Points Ends Shots Shot +/-
K Horton 8 17 34 +22
H Stewart 6 18 29 +8
A Meikle 4 18 34 +10
M Yuille 4 14 33 +5
A Robbins 4 13 21 -10
A Carr 2 14 22 -6
N Murray 2 13 23 -10
K Preston 2 10 20 -18

The finals are therefore:

J Brown v. K Horton (Welsh Bonspiel Trophy)

H Stewart v. A Storrie (J&M Trophy)

A Woolston v. A Meikle (Stan Williams Trophy)

Mid Wales Vikings win Premier League (final results)

Four curling players in black outfits

The victorious Mid Wales Vikings, after winning their title-crucial final game on Monday 18th March

The final night of curling at Deeside in the 2012-13 season started with two teams still able to win the FPOW Premier League title, and both were from the Mid Wales club.

Mid Wales Vikings went into the evening as favourites, given that even losing against Connah’s Quay Seals would not automatically lose them the title.¬† Mid Wales Kites were the only other team able to win the league, but needed a conclusive win over the Wheelchair Curlers as well as the Vikings to lose.

In the end, it was all academic, as the Vikings took a 7-4 win, and secured their first Premier League win in recent history. It means the Vikings have secured two titles this season, after winning the League Cup a few weeks earlier. Continue reading

Spring League cut short to complete season

Owing to issues with the ice at Deeside on Monday, it will not be possible to complete the Spring League as planned. With extending the season both logistically and financially difficult, the only options were to finish the competition now, with winners as per standings in the League table after three rounds, or hold the final round until September.

At this (Thursday) evening’s FPOW Committee meeting the decision was taken not to hold the matches over, but to declare the Spring League over for the season. This means Team F (Andrew Tanner, Chris Houlbrooke, George Hartley, Simon Meyers) are the winners.

Team Team Captain Played Won Lost Peeled For Against +/- Ends Pts
F A.Tanner 3 3 0 0 35 9 26 16 6
B R.Pougher 3 2 1 0 23 10 13 13 4
A A.Lyon 3 2 1 0 19 13 6 13 4
DEB B.Duckworth 3 2 1 0 15 11 4 10 4
H P.Isenwater 3 2 1 0 21 20 1 10 4
WH B.Bell 3 2 1 0 20 20 0 9 4
C D.Peek 3 1 2 0 16 22 -6 9 2
I J.Pougher 3 1 2 0 17 21 -4 8 2
J J.Robbins 3 1 2 0 12 21 -9 7 2
G A.Robbins 3 1 2 0 7 14 -7 5 2
D C.Cole 3 1 2 0 17 21 -4 3 2
E L.Beever 3 0 3 0 19 31 -12 11 0

We apologise for any disappointment caused by the shortening of this competition this season, which was forced on us by matters entirely beyond the control of the First Province. We are attempting to communicate with the ice rink management about this and other ice-quality issues that have affected play this season.

The match schedule is also affected – please check the schedule of matches if unsure.