The women's mini tour winds up this weekend. The seven teams started off their round robin at Hamilton a couple of weeks ago, and have their remaining games at Lockerbie on Saturday and on Sunday morning. The top four contest semifinals and final on Sunday.
At this stage Gillian Howard's National Academy team of Kay Adams, Linsey Spence and Jennifer Priestley are undefeated after three games. Follow the progress here.
The men's mini tour runs alongside the women at Lockerbie, the second of the three competitions for the Colin Galbraith trophy. Hammy McMillan, David Edwards and Graham Shaw are in the draw this weekend, as is Keith MacLennan's side, winners at Hamilton earlier this month. Results will be here.
Also on this weekend is the Dunvegan Trophy at Murrayfield, mentioned in Tuesday's post here.
And in addition to the Scottish teams playing in Bern and Zurich this weekend, we should also note that Alan Smith and his RCCC National Academy team of Neil McArthur, David Reid and Mark Fraser are in the USA, competing in the St Paul Cashspiel, a thirty-two team triple knockout. Results are here.
Above: Team Howard in action at Hamilton. Pic by Bob.
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