Monday Day Men’s CYO

The Monday Day Men’s league is a choose-your-own format open to senior men curlers age 50 and over.  Since its inception, there have been 16-20 teams each year.   Games are played Monday mornings at either   9:30 a.m. or 11:45.  Teams sign-up and a round robin schedule is established based on the number of teams.  Standings are based on win-loss and a modified triple knockout playoff schedule is used to determine a championship team and a consolation team.   Prizes are awarded at the annual closing luncheon to the top four teams in the championship round and the top four teams in the consolation round.

Monday Night Open CYO

This 24 week, Choose-Your-Own Open League (CYO-OPEN) invites teams of all ages and abilities to play.  Teams play in three rounds of seven games.  Teams are sorted into flights after each round.  At the end of the third round, there is a three week playoff to determine the champions and consolation winners.  Each playoff win is worth $40.  Prize money is awarded at the closing event, which also has finger food, a game and a number of draw prizes donated by league players.  Team league fee is $100.  Games are Monday at 6:15 pm and 8:30 pm.  The league features mens, womens, mixed, junior, and any other combination that you can put together.

Last End Rule:

For the 6:15 games, do NOT start another end if the clock reads 8:05 or later.
For the 8:30 games, do NOT start another end if the clock reads 10:20 or later.
This affords the teams 5 minutes of slow play.
Please be on the ice five minutes early to do the handshakes, coin toss and practice slide.

Spare Rule:

Teams must have two original members to have a legal game …….. if you cannot field a legal team …… field an illegal team …….
Absent Front End players must be replaced by Front End players.    Absent Back End players may be replaced by players of any position.
Spares must throw lead, or lead and second if you have two spares ……… Spares may call the game or hold vice broom.
There are a couple of teams that have five person teams, so their fifth play may be available to spare.
Spares must be registered with the convenor and the spare fee must be paid before the game commences.
If the spare is not registered before the game, the game result is a default.

Tuesday Game:

If a team cannot field a legal team …… then the game is recorded as a TIE ……
There are 80 potential spares, so if your team has two members, find two spares to make a game …….

Tuesday Day Men’s Draw

The Tuesday Day Men’s league is a draw curling format and games are played at either 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.  Players sign-up and are assigned to a team and a position for a five game draw.  There are five such draws during the curling season.  Scores are kept for each draw (only 7 ends count for scoring) and the teams are ranked at the end of each draw.  Presently, the members of the top 4 teams in each draw are given prizes at the annual closing luncheon.  As well, a Christmas luncheon is held prior to the Christmas break.   There are no playoffs in this league.

A Tuesday “All Star Team” is determined each year.  After each draw, each player is assigned points based on their team’s finishing position.  At the end of the season, the four players with the most points in each position are designated the “All Star Team” and are awarded a prize crafted by Noel Beach.

Tuesday Day Ladies’ Draw

This Tuesday afternoon ladies league has four draws per year.  Games start at 1:15 pm and are eight ends long.  A round robin is played each draw.  The league invites new curlers to the more relaxed atmosphere than the choose-your-own format.

Tuesday Night Open Draw

Wednesday Night Men’s CYO

Welcome to the Wednesday Men’s CYO Championship League for the 2019 – 2020 curling season.

Playoff Rules

  • All games will be 8 ends
  • Teams will flip for color and the Higher Seeded Team will be awarded a hammer in the first end for all playoff games.
  • In the event of a tie a full extra end will be played towards the glass.  Given the playoff format and ice needs there should be extra ice at every draw so if a game goes to an extra end we can still get the late games started on time.
  • If game is still tied after the first extra end there will be a draw to the button to determine the winner.  Any player can throw the draw, sweeping your own rock is allowed. If both teams miss the house or cover the pin a second draw will be thrown by a different team member.

Spares:

If spares are needed please try to get a member from the league to spare.  There should be at least 2 teams that have byes each week. If this is not possible the committee must approve the spare.
We will be using the 6 point rule for all teams.
Lead and Second 1 point each
Vice and Skip 2 points each.
When using a spare you can’t exceed 6 points for your team.  If there are any discrepancies the committee will make the final decision.

League Rules

We will be playing a thirteen week round robin to start the season.  We will then divide the teams into 2 pools of 7 for the final seven weeks of the regular season based on total win loss points to date.  Once the pools are set the points will carry forward for the final seven weeks.  After the regular season the top 8 teams based on total points from the regular season will be in the Championship Division and play for the Inaugural Wayne Allen Men’s Championship.   The next 6 teams will play in the B division.

Time Policy

All games are to be completed within the allotted 2 HOUR time slot.
The following policy will be adhered to by all Wednesday CYO members
No new end will begin with less than 10 minutes remaining in your 2 hour time period.
For example:
6:15 pm start time No new end starts after 8:05 pm
8:30 pm start time No new end starts after 10:20 pm
The Committee expects all 6:15 pm games to start on time.  If you start late on the early game you are not allotted any extra time.  The only exception will be if the ice isn’t ready on time. In that case your 2 hours begins when you get on the ice.
The Committee also expects the time policy to be adhered to for the late games.   In the event the late games get on the ice after 8:30 your 2-hour time begins when you get on the ice.  We understand that there is no one coming on after but everyone should be striving to play in 2 hours. Also, the early games aren’t afforded the luxury of unlimited time and this policy creates equality for all games played.
Police this yourselves.  Skips should both understand their start times and play accordingly.

Submitting Scores

All Schedules and standings will be recorded and kept on the Brant Curling Club website.  If you don’t know your login info you can contact the club and they can provide. Teams can enter their own scores on the website after the game.  It is be up to the winning team to enter the game score. Or you can email the game result to sean.bryant@c21.ca Sean will keep a copy of all emails in the case of any discrepancies.

Thursday Day Men’s Draw

The Thursday Day Men’s league is a draw curling format and games are played at either 9:00 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.  Players sign-up and are assigned to a team and a position for a five game draw.  There are five such draws during the curling season.  Scores are kept for each draw (only 7 ends count for scoring) and the teams are ranked at the end of each draw.  Presently, the members of the top 4 teams in each draw are given prizes at the annual closing luncheon.  As well, a Christmas luncheon is held prior to the Christmas break.   There are no playoffs in this league.

Thursday Day Ladies’ CYO

Teams compete in a double or triple round robin for the Sara McCoy Memorial Pennant. The top teams compete in a double knockout for the Club Championships, while the remaining teams compete for the Day Ladies Consolation plaque. The winner of the our Club Championships play the Business Women Champions represent the club at the Traveler’s OCA event the following October.

Thursday Night Women’s CYO

The Women’s Club Championship is a Choose-Your-Own team league. After the regular round robin season, the upper half of the teams play in the championship and the lower half of the teams play in the consolation. The Championship final and the Consolation final are played on the Night of Champions. Games begin about 6:30, so come down early and join us for dinner.

Friday Night Mixed Draw

Sunday Youth Curling

Little Rockers- Ages 6 to 11

Bantam / Junior- Ages 12 to 19

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