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 Coronation Balmoral Braemar

Open to both Districts
Played in District 1
Composite rinks allowed

Closing Date

Dates of Play


Chairperson - 

Entry Fee - 

Rules and Regulations


  1. Only clubs belonging to the LCA may enter this competition.

  2. Curl Canada rules shall apply, including LCA Amendments.

  3. Entry fee shall be set by the LCA.

  4. All games to be 8 ends, except finals which will be 10 ends.

  5. Open competition. Three games guaranteed.

  6. This competition shall be held in District 1.

  7. There are three trophies:  CORONATION - BALMORAL - BRAEMAR

  8. Winning clubs shall be responsible for returning trophies to the LCA 

  9. A player, who has been eliminated from this competition, may not be used as a substitute on another rink.

  10. Composite rinks are allowed.


October 1994

Bonspiel format open to LCA curlers. Unlimited entries. Three games guaranteed. Open to both Districts. Played in District 1.

Coronation - Ladies single rink competition. Presented in 1937 (played for in 1938) to the Ladies Curling Association by the Canadian Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club for perpetual annual competition.

Winner receives Trophy and pins (gilt)

Runner-up receives pins (silver)

Balmoral - Second Event Presented by William Paterson, President of the Canadian Branch, Royal Caledonian Curling Club, 1940-41 (played for 1942).

Winner receives Trophy and pins (gilt)

Runner-up receives pins (silver)

Braemar - Third Event Donated by the late Mr. William Paterson. Mr. Paterson, called affectionately, "Wee Willie", by his many friends, was an ardent curler. He was a member of the old St. Lawrence Curling Club until it closed in 1938 and later became a member of the Thistle Curling Club.

Winner receives Trophy and pins (gilt)

Runner-up receives pins (silver)

Three earlier trophies were played for between 1917-37. They were known as The Ladies Royal Caledonian Trophies and went out of competition when won outright after interclub playoffs.The clubs changed from Irons to Granites in 1953.April 1965 the Coronation/Balmoral/Braemar and Macdonald/Paterson/Roy rotated between District 1 and District 2 each year. Since 1981-82 The Coronation/Balmoral/Braemar has been played in Montreal.

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