Another successful season of the Goldline Scottish Curling Tour is now complete.
Final standings at the top of the leaderboard are below:
A solid quarter final performance from Team Mouat in Aberdeen at the weekend cement their place at the top of the leaderboard and will collect the Colin Galbraith Memorial Trophy as worthy winners. This completes a great year for this team adding the 'Goldline Scottish Curling Tour Champions' title to their Scottish and World Junior titles. For skip Bruce though, there is still the chance of more silverware at the World Mixed Doubles in Sweden in a few weeks time.
Two ladies teams made it into the top12 above, and it was Lauren Gray's team who collect the Ladies Trophy this year. Congratulations to them.
It is pleasing also to see two international teams (from Netherlands and Finland) featuring high on the leaderboard. It is hoped that this trend continues and that even more teams from overseas are attracted to Scotland to compete in our competitive tournaments in future.
The goal of the tour remains to provide a structure to the competitive circuit in Scotland, bridging the gap between local teams, future talent and the elite professionals in our sport, and in doing so support the tournaments and ice rinks that are vital to Scottish curling at every level. Having shared in this vision since the inception of the tour in 2011, Goldline have been a valued partner throughout it's development. The tour committee would like to thank Goldline for their continued support and announce an extension to their sponsorship until end of season 2018/19.
Thanks to all of the players, spectators, local organisers and tournament sponsors. We look forward to September and the start of the new season!