That's Colin Dick on the cover of the May issue of the Scottish Curler magazine, the last of the season. The magazine is on its way to subscribers this week. Colin skipped his team to victory at the Dumfries Junior International event last month, and of course won the U-17 Slam last season. There are more of Richard Gray's photos from Dumfries inside, including May's Photo of the Month.
There are reports on the Scottish Mixed Championship, the National Pairs and the Scottish Wheelchair Curling Championship, as well as the Ford World Women's from Vernon and the World Men's from Grand Forks by Christine and Hugh Stewart.
Yes, the Vernon controversy is reviewed, and, hopefully, there will be more to say about this on Curling Today in the weeks ahead.
Mike Ferguson, the Royal Club Chairman, had a challenge for everyone a couple of months ago, and now anwers some questions posed by Scottish Curler readers.
David Hibberd writes his first comment feature for the magazine, while Copey is his usual perceptive self in Behind the Glass.
Maryel FitzRandolph takes an in depth look at the RCCC's Club and Member Development Committee.
Gourock CC is Club of the Month and David B Smith describes curling in fashionable Knightsbridge, London, at the end of the nineteenth century in The Historical Bit!
Plus the regular Curling World, Looking Back, iCurl, Rock Rules, Sweepings and The Extra End features. And Hoggie!
And if you are not a subscriber, you can download a subscription form here.
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