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 BARRHEAD FERENEZE CURLING CLUB. Est.1878.

Welcome to the Barrhead Fereneze Curling Club webpages,  We hope that you find the site informative, easy to read and navigate around. If you would like to contact Barrhead Fereneze Curling Club you can do so by going to the ’Office Bearers/Contact us’ page and e-mail the Past President/webmaster at e-mail address given.  We will answer your enquiry as soon as possible.

Barrhead Fereneze CC Play all their matches at Greenacres Curling Rink Howwood Renfrewshire.
In the 2013-2014 Season we have 21 members of which 13 are playing members. 

The AGM took place in May 2013.

There are two leagues that continue throughout the season,

The Wednesday League (The Rodger Shield) which is played on  selected Wednesdays at 10:00 AM ice. Teams are drawn from the hat before each game. Winner of the Rodger shield being the player with most points gained after all games are played

The Saturday League (The Heron Cup) which is played on selected Saturday afternoons at 3:00PM ice. Teams are also drawn from the hat before each game. The winner of the Heron Cup is the player with most points gained after all games are played.

The Wednesday League suits the curler who is free to do as they please during the weekday, whereas the Saturday League and Bonspiel competitions suit the curler who wishes to enjoy their curling games on a Saturday afternoon.

Bonspiel Competitions and Cup games.
Numerous Bonspiel competitions for cups and trophies are played throughout the season on selected Saturday Afternoons at 3:00PM ice. These include the Boyd Cup which is an annual friendly game between Barrhead Fereneze CC and The High Kirk CC (Paisley) and The Jack Barr Memorial Salver, the annual game between Barrhead Fereneze and Neilston CC.  There is also an annual friendly game with Old Grammarians.

All Barrhead Fereneze games are played in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where playing the sport, enjoying the game and the company of fellow curlers with appreciation of a ‘good stone’ is the main concern of the club.