Closing Date limite - le 5 janvier / January 5, 2024
Inscriptions / entries: Mary Whittall
Centre 1 & 2
le 31 janvier / January 31,2024
10h00 et 13h00 /10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Club de curling St-Lambert Curling Club
Centre 3 & 6
Inscriptions / Entries: Heather Aldridge
le 27 janvier / January 27, 2024
10h00 et 13h00 / 10:00 AM & 1:00 PM
Club de curling Glenmore Curling Club
Finale de District Finals
Date: le 11 février / February 11, 2024
Heure / Time: 13h00 / 1:00 PM
Club de curling Ormstown Curling Club
Lunch provided to finalists
Présidente de la compétition/Chairperson -
Frais d'inscription/Entry Fee
Payéz à l’ordre de la responsable du centre / Payable to the Centre Convenor:
Centre 1 et 2 - Mary Whittall
Centre 3 et 6 - Heather Aldridge
Closing Date - January 27, 2024
District Playdowns - Saturday, February 17, 2024
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
District Finals - Sunday, February 18, 2024
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Arnprior Curling Club
Chairperson - Susan Johnston
Entry Fee - $80.00
Championnat - le 10 mars, 2024 13h30
Club de curlng Lachine
Championship - March 10, 2024 1:30 PM
Lachine Curling Club
Rules and Regulations Printable version
All curlers playing in this event must be a member of a club belonging to the LCA
Curl Canada rules shall apply, including LCA Amendments.
Entry fee shall be set by the LCA.
All games are 8 ends except the Championship games between District 1 and District 2 which will be 10 ends
Unlimited entries. Two games guaranteed.
There are two trophies: McCALLUM FILLY and HAMILTON SHIELD. The winners of the first game play in the McCallum Filly event and the losers play in the Hamilton Shield event.
The Championship Finals will be held alternately in District 1 and District 2.
Winning clubs shall be responsible for returning trophies and carrying cases to the LCA
Only players in their seventh year of curling or less may enter. Eligibility shall be determined by each club. Curlers who have participated in 10 or more games during a curling season have a year's curling experience. Participation in a Learn to Curl Program or League, which lasts for ten (10) weeks or longer, will count as a year of curling
Composite rinks are allowed. All participants must be a member of a club that is a Member of the LCA.
If no other curler is available because of the restriction on the number of years curled, a player from a team that has been eliminated in the competition may be substituted.
Bonspiel format open to LCA curlers with 7 or less years curling experience. Unlimited entries, composite rinks permitted. Two games guaranteed. Championship finals alternate each year between District 1 and 2.
The McCallum Filly Trophy was presented by Mr. and Mrs. George McCallum of Richmond, Ontario, 1974-75. Played for the first time in April 1975. Edith McCallum was President of LCA in 1974-75. McCallum Filly 1982-83 Plaques presented to all Centre winners in District 1 and 2 (purchased by LCA)
District Plaques for Winners 1974-75 presented by Edith and George McCallum
District Winner pins horseshoe with red curling stone (gilt)
District Runner-up pins horseshoe with red curling stone (silver)
Championship Winners McCallum Filly Trophy and gilt bar with filly
Championship Runner-up receives LCA silver bar with filly
The Hamilton Shield was presented by Carol (Edith's daughter) and David Hamilton in 1975-76, the second year of the competition. No Centre Plaques.
District Plaques for Winners (purchased by LCA 1987-88).
District Winner pins horseshoe with blue curling stone (gilt)
District Runner-up pins horseshoe with blue curling stone (silver)
Championship Winners Hamilton Shield Plaque and gold shield with filly attached
Championship Runners-up receive silver shield with filly attached