Monday, 8 July 2019

Entries now OPEN!


Aberdeen City Open
31st January – 2nd February 2020

Games will begin on Friday 31st January in the evening. A total of 24 teams can be accommodated and will be split into two sections of 12. The final will be held at 3pm on Sunday 2nd February. All teams are guaranteed four games under the Schenkel System.
PRIZES

Category
Prize Money
City Open Champions
£500
Runner Up
£320
3rd Place
£280
4th Place
£220

ENTRY FEE

The entry fee is £200 per team and is payable with your entry. This can be paid by cheque payable to “The Ice Rink Club” or by BACS. Account Name: The Ice Rink Club. Account Number: 00370565. Sort Code: 80-05-14.  If paying by BACS please put your team name and Aberdeen City Open as the reference.
If any teams have to withdraw, the entry fee will only be repaid if we fill the space. Entries will be accepted on a first come first served basis. The closing date for entries is 1st December 2019.

ENTERTAINMENT

Your entry fee includes entertainment and a two course dinner on Saturday night (1st February 2020).

Additional tickets can be purchased for the event at a cost of £20 per ticket.

All entries should be sent to: Curl Aberdeen,
Eday Walk,
Summerhill,
Aberdeen
AB15 6LN

Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Aberdeen City Open 2019

Aberdeen City Open Winners 2019 Team McNay


Aberdeen City Open hosted 16 teams of varying ability and age. Teams were split into two sections and played a schenkel for 3 games to determine who would play each other in the final. McNay and Edwards fought it out in the final having both won their sections. It was a tight final with McNay 2 down playing the last with hammer, it was a tense last shot but he made his shot for the 3 and claimed the Aberdeen City Open prize.

Other updates from Aberdeen City Open 2019 can be found via facebook on this link, with the usual bloggers creating a make shift team due a late team pull out. Will be back to usual next season!

Cheers

Pye

Tuesday, 28 August 2018

Entries are now OPEN!

Aberdeen City Open
1st – 3rd February 2019

Games will begin on Friday 1st February in the evening. A total of 24 teams can be accommodated and will be split into two sections of 12. The final will be held at 3pm on Sunday 3rd February. All teams are guaranteed four games under the Schenkel System.
PRIZES

Category
Prize Money
City Open Champions
£500
Runner Up
£320
3rd Place
£280
4th Place
£220

ENTRY FEE

The entry fee is £200 per team and is payable with your entry. This can be paid by cheque payable to “The Ice Rink Club” or by BACS. Account Name: The Ice Rink Club. Account Number: 00370565. Sort Code: 80-05-14.  If paying by BACS please put your team name and Aberdeen City Open as the reference.
If any teams have to withdraw, the entry fee will only be repaid if we fill the space. Entries will be accepted on a first come first served basis. The closing date for entries is 1st December 2018.

ACCOMMODATION

A special offer is available at Village Urban Resort – Aberdeen. Booking details and code will be given on entry to the competition.

ENTERTAINMENT

Your entry fee includes entertainment and a two course dinner on Saturday night (2nd February 2019).

Additional tickets can be purchased for the event at a cost of £20 per ticket.

All entries should be sent to: Curl Aberdeen,
Eday Walk,
Summerhill,
Aberdeen
AB15 6LN
development@curl-aberdeen.co.uk

Friday, 2 February 2018

Welcome to the 2018 Aberdeen City Open!

We look forward to welcoming all 18 teams to this year's Aberdeen City Open. The first games take to the ice shortly where we will see the Red Section take to the ice.

Red Section

  • Stuart Marshall
  • Tom Brewster
  • Greg Dunn
  • Blair Jeffrey
  • Davie Brand
  • Roy Haites
  • James Pugher
  • Andrew Hutcheon
As is customary at our competition, the first games will be determined by teams drawing their lane and stone colour by lucky dip.

Good curling!

Monday, 6 February 2017

Aberdeen City Open 2017 Winners

The winners of the Aberdeen City Open 2017 were Team Hutcheon, skipped by Angus Robertson. Congratulations guys, you've supported the competition from day one and have finally got your name on the trophy!

Team Hutcheon - Murray McGregor, Andrew Hutcheon, Andrew Dolman and Angus Robertson (Skip)
Trophy presented by Curl Aberdeen Chairman George Rogerson

Team Hutcheon played out the final with Team Pougher of Wales, who will be returning to Curl Aberdeen next month competing in the Aberdeen International. They themselves supporting the competition for the second time, last year finishing 4th. 


Sunday, 5 February 2017

Aberdeen City Open 2017

The City Open has been an eventful competition with current Scottish Champions Team Brewster losing to Team Hutcheon in the opening draw. The competition throughout was close, with teams in the blue section not making the Sunday on ends. We had a make shift team from Curl Aberdeen due to a late pull out, and with two novices playing they reached the quarter finals, big thank you for all that helped form a team for the various sessions. The quarter finals themselves lined up with three former Aberdeen City Open champs (two of which that had recently represented Scotland in the last three years at the Europeans, in Brewster, Edwards and Kesley), the Welsh national team (Pougher), Greg Dunn (one of many English teams up here for preparations for their national championships at the ned of the month), Team Hutcheon, Team Taylor and Team Curl Aberdeen 1.

From the quarters Edwards, Hutcheon, Pougher and Dunn came through to make the semi finals. Edwards got off to a bad start losing a 3 but pulled it back to be level after 8, an extra end was needed and a measure was needed when Pougher drew with his last and neither 3rds could agree who lay. Pougher went through to the Final. The Hutcheon v Dunn game began with two blanks, Dunn took his one in the 3rd, allowing Hutcheon to gain his 3 the following end, they only scored once more and that was a 2 in the sixth. Hutcheon restricted Dunn to singles and that was enough for Hutcheon to make the Final.

Photos of the competition can be found on Facebook here.





Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Looking forward to welcoming our competitors for the 2017 event

The competing teams have been announced. The sections issued along with the schedule. All that now awaits is the teams arriving to 'draw' for their opposition in the first game.


We look forward to welcoming all 18 teams to Curl Aberdeen on Friday and hope to see many spectators in over the competition. Good curling!