Members’ Information



Tuesday Open A – Square 1

Tuesday Open B – Square 1

Tuesday Open C – Square 1

Tuesday Open D – Square 1

Monday Mens A – 2nd Square winner:  Team Johnson

Monday Mens B – 2nd Square winner:  Team Smith

Monday Open A – 2nd Square winner:  Team Raniseth

Monday Open B – 2nd Square winner:  Team Knights

Tuesday Open A – 2nd Square winner:  Team Poon

Tuesday Open B – 2nd Square winner: Team Feschuk

Tuesday Open C – 2nd Square winner: Team Zowtuk

Tuesday Open D – 2nd Square winner: Team Dickson

Wednesday Mens A – 2nd Square winner: Team Mamer

Wednesday Mens B – 2nd Square winner: Team Pfeifer

Wednesday Open A – 2nd Square winner: Team Romanchuk

Wednesday Open B – 2nd Square winner: Team Peters

Thursday Open A – 2nd Square winner: Team Boss

Thursday Open B – 2nd Square winner: Team O’Connor

Thursday Open C – 2nd Square winner: Team Bladen

Thursday Open D – 2nd Square winner: Team Trosch

Friday Mixed A – 2nd Square winner: Team Chang

Friday Mixed B – 2nd Square winner: Team Czinkota


Monday Mens A – 1st Square  winner: Team Albizzati

Monday Mens B – 1st Square  winner: Team L. Smith

Monday Open A – 1st Square  winner: Team Moncur

Monday Open B – 1st Square  winner: Team N. Bladen

Tuesday Open A – 1st Square  winner: Team Stanley

Tuesday Open B – 1st Square  winner: Team Poon

Tuesday Open C – 1st Square  winner: Team Fisk

Tuesday Open D – 1st Square winner: Team Brett

Wednesday Mens A – 1st Square winner: Team Meek

Wednesday Mens B – 1st Square winner: Team Bean

Wednesday Open A- 1st Square winner: Team Nixon

Wednesday Open B – 1st Square winner: Team Barry

Thursday Open A – 1st Square winner: Team Boss

Thursday Open B – 1st Square winner: Team R.Collette

Thursday Open C – 1st Square winner: Team Kehler

Thursday Open D – 1st Square winner: Team Wong

Friday Mixed A -1st Square winner: Team Fisk & Team Rothenburger

Friday Mixed B -1st Square winner: Team Barker & Team Ferguson

Cumulative Standings

Monday Mens Standings (FINAL)

Monday Open Standings (FINAL)

Tuesday Open Standings (FINAL)

Wednesday Mens Standings (FINAL)

Wednesday Open Standings (FINAL)

Thursday Open Standings (FINAL)

Friday Mixed Standings (FINAL)


Tie Breakers are determined in this order:

  1. TOTAL points
  2. Current division
  3. Highest 2nd square points
  4. 1st division position
  5. Head-to-head game 2nd division
  6. Head-to-head game 1st division
  7. Coin toss
Playoffs 2018-19 (UPDATED)

Open A Event                 MO Tier2                   ThO Tier2&3

Open B Event                 TO Tier2&3

Open C Event                 WO Tier2


Mens A&B Event           MonMen Tier 2

Mens C Event                WedMen Tier 2


Mixed A Event

Mixed B&C&D Event

Mixed Tier2

CCC Club Rules (updated Jan 30, 2018)

Calgary Curling Club Rules

Club Square Draw

All games in the CCC square draws will be played under the Rules of Curling for “General Play” (non-officiated) as provided by Curling Canada ( Please note that this includes the Free Guard Zone (FGZ), Five Rock Rule.

Games shall be played on the date specified unless prior arrangements have been made via the office. All postponed games must be made up prior to the completion of the current round robin square. You must advise the office as to the winner as soon as possible.

Prior to the start of the 7pm and 9:15pm CCC league draws, ice staff will prepare the ice. Members are required to stay off the ice until preparations are completed.

At the conclusion of a Round in the Square Draw, the club will post the next schedule as soon as possible. It is the team’s responsibility to find out their schedule.

Club Schedules & Standings

These can be found posted on the north end of the ice and on the Club’s website at in the Member Section.

New League Substitution Rules

The Club’s Board of Directors has reviewed the rules for using spares in league play. There are no major changes to the rules, but through rewording, the intent of the rules should be now be easier to understand.

Please note that the new rules are effective immediately (January 30, 2018) and will apply in Play-offs.

There are 3 categories of spares:

● Rover: An individual that has a current Club rover membership.
● Member: An individual, Shareholder or otherwise, that is a registered participant on a current Club team but does not have a rover membership.
● *Non-Members: An individual with no current affiliation to the club or a Social Shareholder.

For the purposes of the Club’s substitution rules:

On a 4-person team:
● Lead is the player who delivers the first 2 stones of the end for a team
● Second is the person that delivers the 3rd and 4th stones of the end for a team
● Third is the person that delivers the 5th and 6th stones of the end for a team
● Fourth is the person who delivers the 7th and 8th stones of the end for a team

On a 3-person team:
● Lead is the person that delivers the first 3 stones of the end for a team
● Second is the person that delivers the 4th, 5th, and 6th stones of the end for a team
● Fourth is the person that delivers the 7th and 8th stone of the end for a team
● A Rover can play any position, however, they can only play Fourth when the team’s regular Fourth and Third are absent.

A Member can spare at Lead, Second, or Third only.

A *Non-Member can spare at Lead or Second only.

The player positions referred to in these rules pertain to the delivery rotation. They do not refer to who calls the game. There are no restrictions on who calls the game.

A team can use multiple spares even if the spares are of different categories, however, each spare must follow the position restrictions for their own category.

*Non-Members may spare up to 3 times for a team, in one season. After that, they must purchase a membership before playing in a 4th game.
Please consult the office about membership options.

CCC Mixed League:

The substitution rules listed above will apply, along with the following:

  1. For mixed teams playing a game with only 3 players, alternating gender rules will be applied only to the last 2 players for the team. Back end must be comprised of one female and one male player.

  2. For mixed teams playing a game with 4 players, alternating gender rules will be in force for the entire line-up.

For gender-specific leagues such as Monday/Wednesday night Men’s Leagues, only same gender substitutions are allowed.


Teams which fail to comply with the substitution rules as listed could forfeit any game in which an improper roster was used.

Any disputes regarding substitution will be adjudicated by the Club Manager along with several Club Directors as nominated by the President, and their decision will be final.

If a team is not able to start:

10 minutes after the posted start of the game, they will forfeit the first end and 1 point. The game will start in the second end with the offending team delivering first.

20 minutes after the posted starting time, 2 points and 2 ends. The game will start in the third end with the offending team delivering first.

After 30 minutes, the game will be forfeited.

Rovers will be contacted by skips using the list provided on the website, in the roster book or by the Club office. The office will amend the master list by additions and deletions as they occur. Rovers who desire a game and have not been called may contact the Club office. If a skip calls in, a rover will be slotted in for that team at the time desired. Rovers are reminded that they can get in a game almost any draw by being at the Club prior to the scheduled draw time.

Shares and Fees

Shares in the Calgary Curling Club carrying playing rights can be transferred through the Board of Directors. Shareholders who wish to dispose of their shares are requested to make application to the Calgary Curling Club Share Committee in writing.

Any person or member may, at the discretion of the Board of Directors, be suspended for non-payment of dues or any other conduct not deemed by the Board to be in the best interest of the Club. The Board of Directors may, at their discretion, declare the playing share of any person or persons so suspended to be cancelled and the funds obtained from the sale of such shares may be used to pay any indebtedness of such person or persons to the Club, with the balance to be returned to the shareholder. Dues are to be paid at time of registration.

Buzzer Times

The buzzer will be sounded on the 7:00 p.m. draw at 8:40 p.m., and the 9:15 p.m. draw at 10:55 p.m. The teams will then complete the end that is being played plus one more end. An end is considered to have commenced when the first rock of that end has crossed the nearer tee line.

CCC leagues will play to the buzzer with a maximum of eight ends. All leagues will be buzzed.

A prize will be given to the team with the highest number of points in each section upon completion of every go round in Club play.

Practice Ice

 Various times during the curling season are available for practice ice. All practice ice must be booked through the Club office. Shareholders will be allowed to book practice ice 7 days in advance, and non-shareholders 3 days in advance. At the discretion of management, a charge may be levied for no-shows. A schedule of available times is provided on the club website and updated as often as possible, but bookings may be in the book but not yet on the website. Ice can only be booked when the office is open.

There is a $15.00 per person per hour charge for all persons not classified as a Calgary Curling Club curler. Those playing in a CCC league, class or Associate League is considered a CCC curler (exception: those on Associate League spare lists pay the $15 fee). All practice must be completed at the buzzer time of the previous draw.

House Rules

The Club’s upstairs lounge is licensed by The Alberta Gaming & Liquor Commission and its use and operation is governed by the relevant Provincial Statutes and Regulations. We particularly remind members of the following rules:

  1. The lounge is open for members in good standing and their guests.

  2. The lounge is to be vacated one hour after the bar has been closed (i.e. after last call).

  3. No alcoholic beverages are to be kept in the locker room or consumed in the Club unless purchased at the bar and consumed in the licensed area.

  4. The Club is a non-smoking facility.

  5. Minors may accompany their parents in the lounge although they are not to be served alcoholic beverages. Members are requested to control the behaviour of their children while on Club premises.

  6. Members will be held responsible for the actions of their guests while on Club premises.

  7. NO outside food may be brought into the club unless prior permission has been received from the club manager.

Brooms, curling shoes and equipment bags are not to be taken into the upstairs lounge. Guests should leave equipment in the area immediately outside the lounge. Fire regulations stipulate that all stairwell doors should be shut at all times. No smoking is allowed in the Club.


Members of the Club, including Shareholder members, may be subject to disciplinary measures for conduct that has been determined to be improper, unbecoming or likely to endanger the interest or reputation of the Club, or for willfully committing a breach of the constitution or regulations of the Club. The Board of Directors is charged with ultimate authority and responsibility for disciplinary matters. However, it does hereby delegate the following limited disciplinary powers:

  1. To the Club Manager, the power to suspend a member’s Club privileges for seven days or less.

  2. To the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, the power to cause the Club to forward a letter of reprimand to the member.

The membership privileges of a Non-Shareholder curler may be suspended for a period of more than 90 days, or he or she may be expelled from membership by a resolution to that effect passed by a vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the Directors in office at the date the resolution is passed.

The membership privileges of a Shareholder Member may be suspended for a period of no more than 90 days, or he or she may be expelled from membership by a vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the Directors in office at the date the resolution is passed, provided however that no Shareholder Member shall be expelled from membership prior to being given an opportunity to address the Board of Directors at a meeting of the Board.

Curling Etiquette

Curling etiquette

Etiquette is the courtesy and sportsmanship that you show your teammates and your
opponents so that everyone can enjoy the game and play as well as possible without being

1. Be ready to start on time.
2. Make sure your footwear is absolutely clean and your broom is free of debris.
Ensure that your gripper is in good condition, and always step on the ice gripper
3. Always start the game and end the game with a handshake. Wish your opponent
good luck, then waste no time getting the game underway.
4. When a person is delivering a stone, the opposing team players should position
themselves between the hog lines and to the sides of the sheet.
5. The non-delivering team member who is next to deliver may take a stationary
position behind the hacks and to the side of the sheet at the delivery end. That
player must remain silent and motionless during the opponent’s delivery.
6. The ice is very fragile; do not leave your fingers or knees on the ice – this results in
“flat” spots in the ice.
7. Only the skips and vices on the non-delivering team should be behind the house.

Tips to keep up the pace of play comfortably:

– Each player should be ready to deliver their stone when their skip puts down the
– Do not sort the stones: simply push them to the corner. Everyone can get their own
numbered stone when it is their time to deliver.
– Keep “thinking time” brief and limit the “team discussions”.
Enjoy your game, but stay focused on the speed of play.
An 8-end game should be completed in 2 hours.

Rovers 2018-19

2018-19 Rovers

(as of Jan 4, 2019)

CCC Roster Book 2018-19

CCC 2018-19 Online Roster Book (as of Nov 28, 2018)

CCC 2018-19 Member Contact List (as of Nov 28, 2018)