Mixed Doubles Ladder

Ladder stated 5th November 2021

Updated 24th November 2021: Make sure to book a match & email over the details before 30th November to avoid dropping a place.

1 Dave & Carol

2 Paul & Shena

3 Peter & Carole

4 Andrew & Jane

5 Richard & Desna

6 Guy & Carol

DateTeamEndsShotsStart PositionNew Ranking
7/11/21Richard & Desna3766
Guy & Carol51055
17/11/21Andrew & Jane2423
Peter & Carole61242
24/11/21Richard & Desna4864
Dave & Carol4945
27/11/21Dave & Carol51
Paul & Shena12

Preston Curling Club

Mixed Doubles Ladder

  • Games will be 8 ends or play to the buzzer after 1 hour 20 mins.
  • Until end of November, you can challenge any pair above you. From 1st December you can only challenge one of the two pairs directly above you.
  • Any inactive pairs who have not played in a month will drop one place on the last day of the month.
  • Result cards should be photographed and sent to Desna who will maintain the ladder. curlingdesna@gmail.com
  • If the team higher up the ladder wins, nothing changes; if the lower team wins they take the higher teams place and the losing team drops one place.
  • Teams who are challenged must play within one week unless they have an excellent excuse.
  • This ladder will come to an end on Sunday the 13th. February at midnight.
  • Entry fee is £10 per pair payable to PCC. Winners will receive a £40 Flower Bowl voucher per player.
  • Ice needs to be booked in person or by phone please. Weekend matches can only be booked from the preceding Monday.
  • Ice fees are £15 per person.
  • Teams of two, one Male and one Female player, single sex teams will be allowed. 
  • Playing to WCF rules including the usage of a powerplay .
  • Highlights of the rules include:
    • two rocks will be positioned before the start of each end
      • each team gets one powerplay option per game, to be used with the hammer
    • each team throws 5 rocks
      • one player throws the 1st and 5th rock
      • other player throws rocks 2, 3, 4
    • the player delivering the first stone can change from end to end
    • no rocks may be removed from play until the fourth delivered stone of the end
    • team with the hammer chooses rock position. Team with the centre guard throws first

It is suggested that the guard stone is positioned adjacent to the second badge from the front of the house.