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Argyll Quaich

14 February 2020.· 

Millport Curling Club have returned safely from their annual jaunt to Stranraer competing for the Argyll Quaich. As always the North West Castle Hotel accommodated, fed, watered and provided ice sheets to our great satisfaction. Three teams were out on the ice competing and the final game between Team MacIntyre and Team Boyle was the decider with Team Boyle getting the result. Congratulations to Fergus with Linn, Richard and Eddie and to all who took part and observed. For some it was an extended stay as fears over Storm Ciara encouraged some to leave the island before any danger of ferry cancellations but all was well in the end. The winners of the curling themed quiz were the Famous Five, Janie, David, Dave, Helen and Willie.

Argyll Quaich Feb. 2019
Well, MCC had a great stay at North West Castle in Stranraer again. many thanks to staff and management for looking after us so well especially Gail and her team for the ice. The Argyll Quaich was presented by the Argyll Province to the MCC in 1988 on the occasion of our 150th anniversary. This year, the 30th anniversary of the competition, the winning team led by Skip David Cameron with Ann Mapes, Max Sharp and Chris Reekie. It was a close run thing with Janie Cameron's team needing to beat David to have a chance of challenging his lead after two games, but it was not to be, with the 8 ends peeled giving David the necessary points. Well done David and everyone else who played over the two days For some pictures see Fixtures tab / Argyll Quaich..

 

The 2017-8 outing will be on 12th, 13th and 14th February at Stranraer.

Well, MCC had a great stay at North West Castle in Stranraer again. many thanks to staff and management for looking after us so well especially Gail and her team for the ice. The Argyll Quaich was presented by the Argyll Province to the MCC in 1988 on the occasion of our 150th anniversary. This year, the 30th anniversary of the competition, the winning team led by Skip David Cameron with Ann Mapes, Max Sharp and Chris Reekie. It was a close run thing with Janie Cameron's team needing to beat David to have a chance of challenging his lead after two games, but it was not to be, with the 8 ends peeled giving David the necessary points. Well done David and everyone else who played over the two days..