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DAY LADIES 2018-2019

THE DAY LADIES LEAGUE PLAY TUESDAY MORNINGS AT 9:30AM

LEAGUE EXECUTIVE

PRESIDENT: RACHELLE FORD

 

VICE PRESIDENT: GLORIA GINGRICH

SECRETARY: DOREEN THOMPSON

TREASURER: SHEILA LITTLE

GAMES CONVENOR: JULI ROSLIN

SOCIAL CONVENOR: VALERIE WILLIAMS

PAST PRESIDENT: LINDA CIARDULLO

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            CONGRATULATIONS!

2017-2018 DAY LADIES ALL-STAR TEAM

SKIP:            RUTH HAY

VICE:           NOREEN GRIMBLEBY 

SECOND:     JEAN PETHER

LEAD:           DOMENICA VENIER

 

ABOUT DAY LADIES CURLING

The Chinguacousy Day Ladies League curls Tuesday mornings, from the first week of October through to the end of March. Interested curlers sign up as individuals and teams are assigned. We play four 5 game draws, curling with a different team each draw. Clinics are available periodically throughout the season, for both new and experienced curlers and extra instruction is available during the season. Newcomers are always welcome!

The Day Ladies' season includes the "Winter Freeze" Senior Women's Bonspiel in January, the Brampton/Chinguacousy "Friends for a Day" event in February and "Spring Thaw" in April which is a 2-day event in which teams from all over Southern Ontario compete. The curling season begins with a 'warm-up spiel' in October and closes with a skins game in April. Many of our curlers compete at bonspiels and events around the province at both recreational and competetive levels.

DAY LADIES LEAGUE RULES

1. The play shall be governed by CurlON rules except where League rules apply.

2. Any league game will be considered valid under the following conditions:

      a) A team must have at least one regular player;

      b) A team must have 3 players to start. House league games must be played on the scheduled day.  In the event of a defaulted game, the games convenor must be notified;

      c) If it is a designated 3 person team, the spare is considered a team member.  Will not default;

      d) If someone is off sick or on compassionate leave for 5 weeks or more, the spare is deemed a team member. 

3. The original team will receive all prizes.  If players are off sick or on compassionate leave for all 5 weeks, they do not qualify for a prize either, unless they have paid the prize money.

4. Late arrivals at a game:

      a) If a player is late, for the start of the game, they may only sweep for the end in progress.  They resume their normal position for the remainder of the game;

      b) If two or more players are ten minutes late for start of the game, they will forfeit one end and the opposition will be credited with one point.  If there is a weather-related issue and many are late the executive will evaluate the situation.

5.  In the situation where a member shall incur an injury, illness or require a "compassionate leave" that may exceed a period of 5 weeks or more, an eligible spare (Ching CC member) may be requested to replace that member only for one draw, if possible.  The member is required to inform the Games Convenor and/or an executive member of their situation and their replacement, and give the name of the spare(s) to the appropriate Skip.  The Skip could get a spare if the player requests it.  In such a situation the spare is considered a team member and cannot default. 

6. Any Ching member can spare at a vacant position.  Spares should play the position they are called for.  Players should get their own spares.  If the Games Convenor needs to get spares, call the Skip.  If someone is off long-term, the Games Convenor may need to get a spare.

7.  Teams are required to play 8 ends unless they run out of rocks and cannot achieve a tie or a win in the eighth.  In this situation the game can be concluded at the end of the seventh as long as members of both teams are in agreement.  Seven ends must be played. 

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