League Table

SkipPlayedWonLostDrawnShots TotalShots UpEnds WonPoints
Fraser, Ali871049132514
Fraser, Mark63214722267
Greenwood, Ruaraidh6321366197
Asher, Ali6330341246
Kerr, Larry715130-18213
McInnes, Mike715125-24193

Draw & Results

Wed 06 Sep
18:45Larry Kerr vs Mike McInnes 4 – 43 – 3
18:45Ali Fraser vs Ali Asher 9 – 43 – 4
18:45Mark Fraser [Tom Pendreigh] vs Ruaraidh Greenwood 6 – 63 – 4
Wed 27 Sep
21.00Mark Fraser vs Ali Fraser 8 – 06 – 0
21.00Larry Kerr vs Ali Asher 7 – 35 – 2
21.00Mike McInnes vs Ruaraidh Greenwood
Wed 18 Oct
18:45Ali Asher vs Mark Fraser [Tom Pendreigh] 7 – 35 – 3
18:45Mike McInnes vs Ali Fraser 3 – 53 – 4
18:45Ruaraidh Greenwood vs Larry Kerr 6 – 54 – 3
Wed 08 Nov
21.00Mike McInnes [J Macrae] vs Mark Fraser 1 – 131 – 6
21.00Ruaraidh Greenwood vs Ali Asher 6 – 72 – 5
21.00Ali Fraser vs Larry Kerr 9 – 34 – 3
Wed 29 Nov
18:45Ali Asher vs Mike McInnes 9 – 35 – 2
18:45Mark Fraser [Tom Pendreigh] vs Larry Kerr 10 – 25 – 2
Wed 13 Dec
18:45Ruaraidh Greenwood vs Ali Fraser 3 – 62 – 4
Wed 10 Jan
21.00Mike McInnes vs Larry Kerr [G. Kerr] 8 – 55 – 2
21.00Ali Asher [Ross Cope] vs Ali Fraser 4 – 53 – 3
21.00Ruaraidh Greenwood vs Mark Fraser
Wed 31 Jan
18:45Ali Fraser vs Mark Fraser [Tom Pendreigh] 9 – 74 – 3
18:45Ali Asher vs Larry Kerr
18:45Ruaraidh Greenwood vs Mike McInnes 7 – 24 – 2
Wed 14 Feb
21.00Mark Fraser vs Ali Asher
21.00Ali Fraser vs Mike McInnes 6 – 43 – 3
21.00Larry Kerr vs Ruaraidh Greenwood 4 – 83 – 3
Wed 06 Mar
18:45Mark Fraser vs Mike McInnes
18:45Ali Asher vs Ruaraidh Greenwood
18:45Larry Kerr vs Ali Fraser
Wed 13 Mar
21.00Ali Fraser vs Ruaraidh Greenwood
21.00Mike McInnes vs Ali Asher
21.00Larry Kerr vs Mark Fraser


Donated by David MacArthur of Ardclach Curling Club who was President of the Province when curling started at Inverness.

He was subsequently elected as an Honorary President in 1974 in recognition of his contribution to the game.

A farmer in Nairnshire, ‘Dave MacArthur’s rink’ were well-kent faces in Scottish curling.

It was presented to the winners of Division 1 until 1993 when the Province Leagues were split into East and West sections with the opening of Moray Leisure Centre.

Thereafter awarded to the Winners of Division 1 in the West.

Updates From the Rink

  • Favourites Fall

    There were a couple of stunning results in this week’s Moray curling League .The last remaining East Province rink with an unblemished 2023/24 record, Jim Gault’s Aberlour were comprehensively defeated by Helen Downey’s Elgin team who pulled themselves up from the Division 3 basement with an outstanding win. The scoreboard showed just single shots scored…

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    The four quarter final games in the Moray Province Open Knockout competition have resulted in two evenly split East v West semifinals. On a night when conditions outside were as slippery as those on the Moray Leisure Centre Ice sheet, three local East Province teams welcomed their three Inverness based West Province opponents. Andy Cameron…

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  • Fathers, Sons and Bunnets

    There were three fathers and sons on the early session ice this week and the fortunes of each family were much varied. Clan Cameron’s Andy and Gavin gave their opponents a fair dusting , Burnetts Wilson and Gary got fair dusted while Steve and son Fraser Rankin had arranged to be safely separated by the…

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  • Marquee Week For Gault

    Congratulations to Aberlour curler Jim Gault, who, fresh from winning the National Pairs Championship in Kinross at the weekend, maintained his 100% record in the Moray East Province League Division 3 with a big 9-1 win over Linda Hardie. The Forres team’s only counter came sandwiched between a 4 shot deficit after 3 ends and…

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  • Campbell Climbs to Summit.

    There was a full curling programme this week at Moray Leisure Centre in the Moray Province East League. After the season’s third round of fixtures only 2 teams in the Province have unblemished records. Jim Gault’s Aberlour rink and Alan Campbell’s Buckie team.In a rearranged Division 3 game, the experience of Gault and co was…

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  • Watson Wins on Points

    Moray Juniors were well represented on the podium in this week’s playing of the Moray Province Points competition. After 9 rounds of specified individual curling shots, Owen Watson picked up the Heather Little Trophy with a clear 2 point lead over runner up Ardclach’s evergreen Neil Campbell. Gwyn Edwards finished in third spot and thus…

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