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Couple of photos to add of the vintage competition winners and the player of the year.


And don't forget to have a look at the gallery for shots of the Partick Bell.

Well done team Lyon on the victory in the Spring league.

RINK Name P W D L B Shots for Against Diff POINTS
A Lyon 12 8 1 3 11 111 67 44 45
E McGregor 12 7 3 2 5 84 66 18 39
C Simpson 12 5 3 4 7 91 87 4 33
D A Rattray 12 5 1 6 9 82 83 -1 31
B MacColl 12 0 2 10 8 59 124 -65 12
Partick team pictured at Edinburgh Ice Rink 18 Jan 2019 with Penicuik opposition for a friendly match which in the true spirit of friendlies Partick insisted on not winning.
Travelling West Coast members Duncan MacColl, May  Morris and Robbie Wishart were aided by long time Partick member, now Edinburgh resident and Gogar member, Geoff Johnstone.

Congratulations to the Partick team entered in the Clive Thomson, a 7:6 victory.  Sadly not enough for the competition as Glasgow won overall by 64:49.


The Season kicked off on Monday with the Dan McFarlane opening bonspiel.  A very successful start to the season with many congratulations to Jim, Maureen, Iain and Pat on their victory and thanks to Ronnie for all the organisation.



Almost a welcome back to the new season but before we do I would like to draw your attention to the Partick Curling Club privacy notice for members.  

Please note, there is also a permanent link to this held under the club information link on the left of the screen.

Looking forward to seeing you all again at the Dan MacFarlane Opening Bonspiel on the 24th Sept.

Hooray, the recruitment plan for our juniors is going well with a new face ready to take to the ice as a Partick representative.

Congratulations to Carol on recruiting Logan, the star player of Partick.


Rink E got things right on the ice in the Spring league and know how to celebrate off it.  Congratulations!

The snow delayed Kirkwood cup took place on Wed 28th March.  This is a competition where two teams from each club take part and their scores are aggregated and the club with the best shot difference wins overall.  Partick took to the ice in a first game, against Bearsden Ski Club and came away with an 11-3 victory.  Setting things up nicely for the second team to carry on from where they left off.  The second game against Glasgow Accies saw another great Partick performance to gain another win of 10-2 so a 16 shot difference.  Unofficially this was just enough to pip Bearsden to the prize as they had a 14 shot difference.

Just the Province Jim Fraser Pairs competition to complete and the season draws to an end.   The weather is starting to get better so golf shoes, climbing boots, bicycles etc. can be brought out of the backs of the cupboards.

To celebrate Partick's 176th year the annual end of seasion Bell Bonspiel and dinner was held for the 159th time.   A hugely successful event with 6 teams battleing for the right to take the bell home with them at the end of the night.  (Provided they lived in the borough of Partick.)



Check out the gallery for some snaps of the competition.