The format of the ladies division is to be 4 players whom are female.
Spares must play lead (1 spare) or lead and second (2 spares), and they also must be female.
All games will be 8 ends unless a team forfeits the game before the 8 ends are complete.
The 5-rock rule will stand.
The "tick" shot will be allowed.
Please be respectful of the two-hour game; each end should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Remember that the Ice Makers have to prepare the ice in-between draws.
If tied at the end of the 8th end, then an Extra End must be played to determine the winner of the game. If there is still no winner after the extra end, then the skip from each team will throw one rock closet to the pin. In the very rare occasion that both teams are either short of the house or covering the pin, then either a coin flip or mutually agreed upon method, not involving the use of the ice, from each team may be used to determine the winner.
If a curler on your team is late, the curler must wait until the next end to play.
All other general play rules for the game of curling can be found on the Curling Canada website, here.
Please submit cheque payment to any curling club in Saskatoon, E-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org, or pay on here at time of registration. Payment for entry must be received in order to be considered registered for the event.
If you would like extra breakfast tickets, you can add them to your order within the "Addons section". Note: 4 breakfast tickets are included in the initial cost of the bonspiel, only select "Extra Breakfast Ticket" if you would like additional breakfast tickets.
If you have any questions please email email@example.com.
Teams who register on or before November _, 2023 will be entered to win their bonspiel fees back!