Bruce Robbie, general manager of the Green and Windlestrae Hotels, presents the trophy to Claire MacDonald, Emma Craig, Kirsten McNay and Jennifer Martin. The MacDonald team beat Helen King, Alison Leiper, Carolyn Clark and Katy Richardson in the final.
The final of the junior men's event was between Kerr Drummond's team of James Dunn, Thomas Pendreigh and Blair Fraser, and that skipped by Dean Clark, the latter coming out on top. L-R: Grant Fraser, Robert Craigie, Colin Dick and Dean Clark, with Bruce Robbie who presented the trophy.
Emma Craig, Jennifer Martin and Kirsten McNay
Winning skip Claire MacDonald. This one needs a caption!
Robert Craigie and Grant Fraser work Dean Clark's stone.
Kerr Drummond calls line as Dean Clark and Colin Dick watch behind.
Grant Hardie, Kyle Smith and Cammy Smith (above) with Thomas Muirhead reached the semifinals and won the U-18 prize.
An important part of the Kinross Junior event - the raffle!
The Editor liked the innovative, and colourful, Team Reid tops!
So what are all the girls' teams doing? They are singing 'Happy Birthday'!
Here's the birthday girl! RCCC Performance Development Coach Rhona Martin, who was 21 again yesterday. Proud mum too, as daughter Jennifer was in the winning team!
Steven Kerr has added a new member to his ice staff at Kinross. This is Lucy Barnes, graduate of the Dance School of Scotland. On her way to becoming a famous ballerina, remember where you saw her first! And if you would like to see more of twenty-two year old Lucy, check out this link.
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