Midland Curling Club Leagues
This is a league for male curlers of all experience levels. The league offers 3 sessions of curling, and each session new teams are formed based on skill level with teams balanced for fairness. Games will be played in a single draw at 7pm.Tuesday Open - Skip's Choice
This is a novice to intermediate level league – more competitive than Friday Mixed but less than Thursday PYOT. You may put together your own team (skip’s choice) or be matched with other curlers on a team. Teams will choose to play either an early (5:30) or a late (7:45) draw.
This is a league for female curlers of all experience levels. The league offers 3 sessions of curling (Fall, Winter and Spring), and each session new teams are formed based on skill level with teams balanced for fairness. Games will be played on Wednesday evenings at 7pm. The Wednesday Ladies League focuses on Skill Improvement, socilaization and a bit of competiveness.
Thursday Pick Your Own Team (PYOT)
The PYOT League is the most competitive of the evening leagues, with no restrictions applied to the make up of the teams. This league employs the flight system in order to maintain the competitive spirit across all levels of ability. Registration is by team, but individual curlers may register and will be matched with teams if positions are available. Teams will alternate between an early (6:45) and a late (9:00) draw.
Friday Social League
The Mixed league is extremely popular within the club. Both individuals and couples register for this league and new teams, usually two women and two men, are formed three times during the season. The emphasis is on fun, recreational curling as members unwind at the end of a work week. The Mixed league uniquely combines men and women, novice and skilled curlers on a night when social aspects of curling prevail over competition. Members will alternate between an early (6:45) and a late (8:30) draw.
The Day Curling League is an extremely popular league for adult members who are available to curl during the day. There are two draws, 10am and 1pm on both Tuesdays and/or Thursdays. The league enjoys a healthy mix of women and men and emphasizes fun, social curling. Two draws are scheduled each curling day with a third draw added if numbers warrant. Day curling uses a “tag” system with teams formed just before each draw from those who show up to curl. Day curlers do not have to commit to curl on any particular day or at any particular time you are free to show up in the morning, in the afternoon, or not at all. When you show up, you will be randomly placed on a team. This year day curlers can register as Full Year Members or they can curl using our the Day Pass system.
Sunday Youth and Little Rocks
Sunday afternoon, 4 to 6 PM, is a busy time at the Club as the Youth League takes to the ice.
There are 3 age divisions:
- Little Rocks (8 to 12)
- Bantam Boys/Girls (12 to 16)
- Junior Men/Women (17 to 20)
The league focuses on skills development with qualified on-ice instruction and coaching, and gives the youth the opportunity to play toward a spot in the Club’s year end Right to Brag Spiel.