2018 Alberta Stick Curling Championships

2018 Alberta Stick Curling Championship
February 1-3, 2018
Ellerslie Curling Club

Entry fee: $150/team
Pools with 6 games guaranteed
Pay-for-Win format
Banquet Friday evening

Contact: Dixie at 780- 988-5784
Or email ellerscc@shaw.ca

Winner advances to
Canadian Stick Curling Championship, April 2-5, 2018
St. Albert, Alberta

2017 Alberta Stick Curling Championships

The 2017 Alberta Stick Curling Championships have been awarded to the Ellerslie Curling Club. This event will be held on Feb 1-3, 2018 at the Ellerslie Curling Club.

Entry fee: $150/team
Pools with 6 games guaranteed
Pay-for-Win format
Banquet Friday evening

Contact: Dixie at 780- 988-5784
Or email ellerscc@shaw.ca

Winner advances to
Canadian Stick Curling Championship, April 2-5, 2018
St. Albert, Alberta

2018 Canadian Stick Curling Registration is now Open

The St. Albert Curling Club in St. Albert, Alberta is proud to host the 2018 Canadian Stick Curling Championship April 2-5, 2018.

• Online Applications only – One application required for each team. Click here to Enter
• Open Division: Limit of 48 2-person teams, 4 games guaranteed
• Entry Fee $160.00 per team which includes 2 banquet tickets. Extra banquet tickets $25 payable at registration.

Proposed New Rules

The Alberta Stick Curling association voted on February 18, 2017 to propose a change to the rules. This will be reviewed at the Canadian Stick Curling Championships in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia in March, 2017
Current Rule:
7. The first three stones delivered in an end may not be removed from play before delivery of the fourth stone of that end. If that happens, the delivered stone is removed from play and all other stones are returned to their original position.
Proposed Change:
7. The first four stones delivered in an end may not be removed from play before delivery of the fifth stone of that end. If that happens, the delivered stone is removed from play and all other stones are returned to their original position.
Justification:
With fewer stones used, and fewer ends, the stick game tends to be more defensive than the regular game. This rule helps make the game more offensive. The “in play area” is the area from the hog line to the back line.