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This year Glooscap Curling Club will host Mayflower Curling Club on Wednesday Jan 30th, 2019. This is the first scheduled challenge for the 2018/19 season. The winner on Wednesday will defend the challenge at the next scheduled host club on Wednesday Feb 6th, 2019.  

Sign up sheets for interested club members has been posted

A Bit of History: The McLellan Cup

This is the oldest continuously challenge trophy in North American curling. This year marks its 112th year. It was first competed for in an inter-Provincial Bonspiel between the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia clubs at Moncton in 1887. It was the gift of the Honourable D. McLellan, Provincial Secretary of N.B.,1883, and Member of the Legislative Council to 1890.  Travelling along with this trophy are massive record books that document each game that has been played in the competition over the years. Included are club represented, team player names, and game scores.

The Glooscap Curling Club has been involved in playing for the McLellan since the 1966/67 season.

The challenge takes place with 3 teams selected from interested male club members on a Wednesday afternoon. The winner then travels the next Wednesday to defend against another club. This will continue each Wednesday for the travelling club until they are unsuccessful in the defence of the cup. In this case, the host club will travel the next Wednesday. The challenge is so popular that clubs must express their intention to challenge almost a year ahead of time.  When it first started 21 ends were played; then 18 ends, and now we play 14 ends. In the early years, the winning team had to keep on hosting until they lost. That was changed in the 1980's, with the winning club travelling the next Wednesday to a new host club.

A refreshment break is taken mid-afternoon. After curling the 14 ends, the host club provides a dinner. The winner is decided by a total score of all three teams. The winner then meets at the challenging club the follow...

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Registration forms are now available!

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Fee per team $180.00 ($45.00 per player)
• Includes heaps of prizes, Champagne Brunch, Tropicurl Dance Party, post-draw snacks.

Deadline for fee payment is February 1, 2019. Teams may be bumped for teams on the waiting list if fees have not been paid by the deadline above.


February 2, 2019 at 9 AM4suits

Alternating between curling and cribbage. 32 spots available.

$15 Entry. Pizza is $5!

In order to hold this event, we need 24 people minimum. Bring a friend!

Sign-up online!


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Upcoming Events at the Club

18 Jan 2019;
Earl MacKinnon Classic
08 Feb 2019;
05:00PM - 06:00PM
NSTU Spiel
10 Feb 2019;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Executive meeting

Welcome to the Glooscap Curling Club!

The Club has an average membership of about 200, which includes roughly 50 junior curlers (under 21) and about 90 senior curlers (retired/50+). There are over 100 other school children that come in with teachers and seniors throughout the season. We always welcome new members. Upstairs at Glooscap Curling ClubOur club has four sheets of ice. A downstairs lounge and a hall / dining area upstairs both have a wall of windows facing the ice. A bar faces the lounge and a large kitchen is adjacent to the dining area. A card room is used most mornings, and male and female lockers are available. Curling brooms, shoes and clothing are put up for sale with profits going to the junior program.