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Kirkcudbright Curling Club

Kirkcudbright Country Curling Club gives a warm and friendly welcome to men and women of all ages and curling abilities. Our club is affiliated to Scottish Curling, takes part in local inter-club competitions in Dumfries and Galloway and organises intra-club competitions. We run a comprehensive coaching and curling development programme to support the development of individual and team curling skills.
Contact info: Secretary: billcraig52@gmail.com

Our Competitions

For more information on Kirkcudbright Competitions Visit https://kbtcurling.wixsite.com/kbt-curling/competitions

Intra‐Club Competitions

The Club holds four main intra-club competitions:

The Club Championship – held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.
The Sub-Skips Competition – held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.

The Claret Jug points competition,
Annual Bonspiel – held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.

Inter-Club League Competitions

Currently the Club participates in four inter-club leagues:

The Rogerson League – held at the North-West Castle in Stranraer.
The DIBCA Seniors League – held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.
The DIBCA Wednesday Night League – held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.
The Stewartry League– held at Dumfries Ice Bowl.

Inter-Club Cup Competitions

Currently the Club participates in 3 inter-club cups:

The Stewartry Cup

The Galloway Cup

The Queenshill Cup

DIBCA Fixtures & Results

Season 2022/23

Become a Member

If you would like to become a member of Kirkcudbright Country Curling Club, then please get in touch. We will give you a friendly welcome whether you are an experienced player or someone who simply wants to give the game a try.

Club membership is £25.00 per annum (less the Scottish Curling subscription when this has already been paid via another club).

For more information about a Kirkcudbright Curling Club Membership, visit https://kbtcurling.wixsite.com/kbt-curling/membership.

About Us

In Kirkcudbright the earliest evidence of curling is a number of “old” stones used for curling exhibited in the Stewartry Museum. Most of these are not dated – the earliest being “1720”- so it is fair to say that curling was established in the Stewartry in the 17th century and most likely before that.

For more information about the history of Kirkcudbright Curling Club, visit https://kbtcurling.wixsite.com/kbt-curling/about-us.