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After Work

We have a few leagues that play right after work (e.g. 4:30 PM).  Most are prepared to accept a player that isn’t associated with the original core group of the league.

  • AIR CANADA – Monday @ 4:30 pm

An amalgamation of Air Canada and Trans Alta Utilities employees current and former.  They will allow others to join them. Contact Dan Gemmell, 403-297-5539, dan.gemmell@gov.ab.ca or Doug Short 403-723-6247 email: short.doug@cgy.sysco.ca

  • U of C / HOSPITAL – Tuesday @ 4:30 pm

A friendly, recreational, non-competitive league focused on the sheer enjoyment of the game and having fun.  Open to everyone of any curling ability. Contact Sheldon Webber, 403-239-7608, email: smwebbercalgary@gmail.com

  • Calgary Premier Super League – Wednesday @ 4:30 pm 

                 The Calgary Premiere Super League (“CPSL”) promotes competitive curling in Calgary, by attracting the top curlers from the Calgary area including Men’s, Women’s, Junior and Senior teams, with the ultimate goal of having one or more of our teams represent Alberta at the National level. If you are interested in joining the league, contact Jackie Brett at jackie.brett@shaw.ca or phone 403-397-7873

  • ESSO MIXED – Thursday @ 4:30 pm

A company league mostly ESSO employees, current or otherwise and friends. Must have at least one Esso employee per team.  Contact Devon Koroluk, 587-476-3652

 

Announcements

  • Volunteers needed for Junior Men’s Southern’s!!!

    North Hill CC is proud to host the Junior Men's Southern qualifier on December 7th - 9th! We will need volunteers to time games and to input scores onto the Curling Alberta website. Please contact the office if you can help. Thank you!!!

  • Please help us keep the ice clean!

    Always use the boot boy to clean your shoes when you arrive at the club. Also we have noticed a fair amount of hand and knee prints in the ice, please get up quickly to prevent this from happening while you watch your rock go down the ice. Thank you!

     

     

  • Five-Rock Rule is in effect this season!

    We are now playing with the 5 rock rule in the FGZ as per Curling Canada rules in effect starting this season.  Under the 5-Rock rule, teams are not permitted to eliminate their opponent's rocks that are sitting in the free guard zone until five stones have been played in every end.  Players can still hit the guards; they just are not allowed to knock them out of play.