Swiss tour in November 2014.

Plans for the incoming men’s Swiss Tour are well underway. The Swiss jet into Scotland on Friday 7th November.

They start off at Kinross against 2009 Swiss Tour squad, then proceed around the country in a clockwise fashion taking in most ice rinks and all R C C C areas.

They will have a couple of free days to rest and enjoy all that Scotland has to offer, as well as recuperating from the previous night’s glasses of hospitality. It can be quite a spectacle to see their musicians and yodeller perform, so any curlers who aren’t playing against them are very welcome to go down to your local ice rink to watch and socialise with them before, during and after the games.
The final match against The Royal Caledonian Curling Club is at Murrayfield on Thursday 20th November followed by the closing dinner,
after which the tourists will be thinking about an early morning flight back home, tired but no doubt full of happy memories.
Thanks in advance to everyone for playing your part in this hospitality and in particular to our couriers Joe Barry & George Delgaty for taking a
week out to guide the Swiss around Scotland.

Latest Information Regarding 10 Area and the Swiss Tour
Hello everyone,
Please see email below from Mike Jack.

There is an incoming men’s Swiss tour in November and Inverness Ice Rink will be hosting the curlers on Monday 17th November.  We are looking for a team from each Province to enter the competition.  Please also note that any curlers entering are expected to attend the meal in the evening.

The cost will be £85 per curler, this price includes your lunch, ice fees, pin badge and the evening meal with table wine in the Kingsmills Hotel.
We would ask curlers to arrive at the ice rink for 1:00pm for Soup and a pies, curling at 2:00pm.  The evening meal will be at 7:00pm for 7:30pm.
Partners are welcome to attend the Kingsmills and the cost per guest will be £40.

Could you please get back to me by no later than Monday 3rd November with your entry and numbers for the meal.  I will also need to know if anyone has any specific dietary requirements.  All fees need to be paid in advance and cheques made out to Area 10, these can be posted to myself of left at the ice rink with Keith.
If you have any questions please let me know.
Mike Jack

Unfortunately President Mike could not pull a single Moray Province team together in the end relying on a neighboring Province to supply a fourth member. Thanks to them.