Stirling International Invitational Tournament.

The Peak, Stirling 16th to 19th October 2018.

We have an entry of 12 teams split into 2 groups of 6 for our 5th Stirling Wheelchair Curling International Invitational. We are delighted to have attracted entries from the cream of world curling to this years event including all 3 current Paralympic medallist's China, Norway and Canada. Standing in their path are our defending champions Russia, last years runners-up Scotland and Latvia, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Finland, England and Czech Republic.

The 2019 World Wheelchair Curling Championships are to be played here at the Peak in our very own City of Stirling in March. Our tournament gives the teams an opportunity to experience the conditions and we anticipate many hotly contested games as teams strive for competitive matches.

All 12 teams take to the ice on Tuesday 16th October with the first matches commencing at 9.45am. Top of the bill on day 1 are clashes between China and Russia and Norway take on Canada.

Update: China have withdrawn, Scotland 2 take their place in the draw. Many thanks to the players who have stepped in at short notice.

SWCII 2018 Press.doc



Congratulations to our 2018 SWCII winners.. Canada 

The 2018 SWCII was won by the Canadian national team, which was skipped by double Paralympian Mark Ideson. In the final, the Canadians beat Sweden by 7 shots to 6 with the Canadians coming from behind to secure the title by taking a double at the last end.

SWCII would like to thank you to all of our sponsors. Also, thank you to all of our on and off ice volunteers, our time keepers, scorers and umpires. We would also like to thank all of the staff at the Peak for their help, the restaurant staff for keeping us well fed and of course many thanks to the ice men for all their work in giving us great ice to play on. 

Of course, thank you to all the players and coaches, we hope you enjoyed our tournament and we hope to see you again next year.

SWCII Press results.doc


2018 SWCII DRAW Ver 3.0 - FINAL[2940].doc

Red Group  Won Lost
Sweden 5 0
Russia 4 1
Scotland 3 2
Latvia 2 3
Finland 1 4
Scotland 2 0 5
Blue Group  Won Lost
Canada 4 1
Norway 4 1
England 3 2
Germany 2 3
Czech Republic 2 3
Switzerland 0 5









             Semi Finals
R1/B2 Sweden 6 v 2 Norway  
R2/B1 Russia 4 v 8 Canada
   
R3/B4 Scotland
Latvia
7 v 2 Germany
R4/B3 9 v 3 England
   
R5/B6 Finland 7 v 3 Switzerland
R6/B5 Scotland 2 3 v 8 Czech Rep.
 
       
                 Final/Places
FINAL Canada 7 v 6 Sweden  
3rd/4th  Russia 8 v 6  Norway
 
5th/6th  Scotland 3 v 7  Latvia
7th/8th  Germany 10 v 3  England
 
9th/10th  Czech Rep. 12 v 5  Finland
11th/12th  Switzerland 3 v 8  Scotland 2
   

















    Sheet
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C
  Sheet
D
  Sheet
E
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F
 
TUESDAY 9.45 SCO2 4   FIN 3   SWE 9   NOR 4   GER  9   CZE  8
RUS 7 SCO1 9 LAT 1 CAN 6 SUI 07 ENG 4
 
  14.30 GER 7   ENG 2   CAN 7   FIN 1   LAT 7   RUS  9
  CZE 6 NOR 13 SUI 2 SWE 16 SCO2 1 SCO1 7
 
 WEDNESDAY
9.45 FIN 2   RUS 6   SCO1 10   GER 5   CAN 4   SUI 2  
LAT 7 SWE 8 SCO2 3 ENG 9 CZE 3 NOR 10
   
  14.30 SUI 5   CAN 11   CZE 1   SCO1 8   RUS 9   SWE 8
  ENG 12 GER 2 NOR 7 LAT 3 FIN 3 SCO2 4
   
THURSDAY
9.45 SWE 12   SCO2 6   RUS 6   CZE 7   NOR 8   CAN 6  
SCO1 0 FIN 7 LAT 4 SUI 6 GER 5 ENG 7
   SEMI FINALS - sheets to be determined
  14.30 LAT 9   NOR 2   SUI 3   SCO 7   CAN 8   SCO2 3
  ENG 3 SWE 6 FIN 7 GER 2 RUS 4 CZE 8
   FINAL/Places
FRIDAY
9.45 CZE 12   GER 10   CAN 7   RUS 8   SUI 3   SCO 3  
FIN 5 ENG 3 SWE 6 NOR 6 SCO2 8 LAT 7
 
                                 










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