Spacious Lounge (accommodates up to 150) available for rental
    Youth Curling
    Class of 2017-2018
    Ice Installation 2016-17
    Ready for play as of 14-09-2016
    City View Curling Club
    50 Capilano Drive, Ottawa, ON
    Three Sheet Club
    Farewell to our club that served us from 1957-2015
    Charter Members
    Carmine Luciani, Don Muldrew, and Ron Bedford
    Team Fleming (2018 Scotland National Champions)
    Team Parks / Team Flemming Friendly March 14th, 2018
    Moosehead Bar

    Welcome to CVCC Saturday Mixed Curling!

     

    OVERVIEW

     Saturday Mixed is a fixed team social curling league for recreation. 

    • This year the league is a single league blending Saturday Afternoon Mixed and Saturday Evening Mixed together with two divisions.
    • This season game times for the Saturday Mixed league are at 3:30pm and 6:00pm.
    • The regular season is expected to begin on November 14th and runs into April and (hopeful) banquet on the last day.
    • Intention for 2020-2021 season is to enjoy getting on the ice and playing.
    • Have fun!

    THE BASIC RULES:

    • COVID house rules and play instructions take presence.
    • Teams can be of the following combinations:
      • A-division
    • two male and two female players. The male and female players shall play alternate positions in the team’s delivery rotation. If you use a spare, the spare must be the same gender as the player he/she is replacing.
    • Three players (2 males and 1 female, or 2 females and 1 male). The throwing order must always alternate between male and female players when playing with three players.
    • If an exception is made (by the league coordinator) to allow a team to start the season with a roster of 3 males and 1 female, the female player must throw third or skip’s rocks, spares must be female until there are 2 females in the team.
    • If an exception is made (by the league coordinator) to allow a team to start the season with a roster of 3 female and 1 male, no position restriction, no sparing restrictions.
      • B/C-divisions
    • two male and two female players. The male and female players shall play alternate positions in the team’s delivery rotation. If you use a spare, the spare must be the same gender as the player he/she is replacing.
    • Four females with combined years of experience less than 15.
    • Four males with combined years of experience less than 15.
    • Three females and one male with combined years of experience less than 15.
    • Three males and one female with combined years of experience less than 15. The female player must throw third or skip’s rocks.

    Starting the Game:

    • Rocks and rock colours will be assigned as per the schedule this season.

    Duration of the Game:

    • All games are to be a maximum of 8 ends long.
    • There is no time limit in the 6:00pm draw.
    • Regardless of when the bell sounded, please do not start another end. 

     

    Scheduling / Seeding of Teams:

    ·         At the start of the season, teams will be placed in divisions based on their point totals from the previous season. New teams will always start in the lowest division, unless the league coordinator chooses to seed them in a higher division for competitive purposes.

    • Teams will play a round-robin against the other teams in their division.
    • At the end of the round, the 3 teams with the best records in the B division will be promoted to A.  The 3 teams with the worst records in the A division will be relegated to B.

     

    Tie-breaking Formula

    If two or more teams are tied at the end of a round, the tie-breaking formula to determine promotion/relegation will be as follows:

    • Head-to-head record during the round
    • Fewest losses during the round
    • Coin toss

    The tie-breaking formula to determine the final standings at the end of the season will be as follows:

    • Head-to-head record during the season
    • Fewest losses during the season
    • Number of points coming into the final round
    • Coin toss

    Scoring:

    Points are awarded as follows:

    10 pts if your team wins vs. an A division team.  5 pts for a tie (or for a bye in odd number team division).

    8 pts if your team wins vs. a B division team.  4 pts for a tie (or for a bye in odd number team division).

    After each game, the WINNING TEAM should immediately record the result of the game on the website (www.cityviewcurling.ca) by logging in and selecting your team’s game for that date.

     

    Sparing and Defaults

    Spares must come from within the division.

    You can use up to 2 or 3 spares as long as one of your regular team members is in the lineup.  A spare must throw the same (or lower) rocks than the player he/she is replacing exception a spare cannot throw skip’s rocks. If you are normally a 3 person team you may use up to 2 spares.

     

    Fundraising

    There will be no fundraising for the present. This will be re-assessed as the situation changes.


     

    Tuesday Engineers

    The Engineering Curling League, has been in existence for 25 years, at the City View Curling Club. The semi-competitive league, began from a single firm competition, and has progressed to a multi-firm competition. The Engineering firms that are represented include; Parsons, Stantec, Nova-Tech, BTE, WSP. Always looking for Spares.

     


    The INFO tab on the CVCC web site for Thursday Evening Open has been updated to reflect the following for the 2021-2022 season.  (2021-03-13)

     

    The following is based on the provincial/Ottawa health COVID level being YELLOW/GREEN.

     

    SPARING

    Spares can be anyone that has paid club fees, regardless of league

    Social members are deemed to be non-members for sparing

    Non-members can spare for a TOTAL OF THREE times within the club (includes all leagues) – skips should verify number of times curled

    Non-member is to sign waiver form for each game to be played – before the game.  Forms are in the desk where the computer is in the lounge

    Spares cannot fill positions higher than the person being replaced

    No more than two spares per game unless agreement reached between both teams to use three spares – four spares are a NO

    Spares cannot be used by a team until the team has four paid-in-full members

     

    5th/6th NAMED TEAM MEMBER

    Team may identify a 5th and 6th team member once the team has four paid-in-full members

    The named 5th and 6th team member can be anyone that has paid club fees – this includes someone that has paid spare fees only, excludes a social membership

    The named 5th and 6th team member can play any position

    The named 5th and 6th team member CANNOT be a member of another team in the Thursday Evening Open League

     

    LEAGUE SETUP

    Thursday Evening Open will have 20 teams in 4 divisions (A1, A2, A3, A4)
    The top 10 teams will be “A1” Division and “A2” Division

    “A1” Division will be teams ranked 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and “A2” Division will be teams ranked 2, 3, 6, 7, 10

    The bottom 10 teams will be “B1” Division and “B2” Division

    “B1” Division will be teams ranked 11, 14, 15, 18, 19 and “B2” Division will be teams ranked 12, 13, 16, 17, 20
    There will be 5 draws (periods of 5 weeks each with reshuffling of teams)
    Team placement for Draw # 1 is based on final standings at the end of 2018/2019 with priority to returning teams to Thursday Evening Open
    The placement of teams in Draw # 2, Draw # 3 and Draw # 4 will be by overall ranking of points (not points in only the most recent draw)
    In Draw # 5, the four divisions will be ranked in order of the standings (i.e. teams ranked 1-5 will play in "A1" Division, 6-10 in "A2" Division, 11-15 in "B1" Division, and 16-20 in "B2" Division)

     

    Ties in the standings will be broken by head to head in the standings so far with a team in a higher division getting the advantage 
    Points for the leagues will be as follows:

    Division A1               Win=9, Loss=3, Tie=6

    Division A2               Win=9, Loss=3, Tie=6

    Division B1               Win=7, Loss=1, Tie=4

    Division B2               Win=7, Loss=1, Tie=4

    All Forfeits = 0

    BELL RULE

    The bell will be ring at 8:40 PM for the 7:00 PM draw.  When the bell sounds, teams are to complete the end underway and play no more than one more end

    No bell to sound for the 9:15 PM draw but no end is to start after 11:15 PM

    An end is deemed to have started once the first rock of the end has crossed the near tee line during a slide


    Page 2 of 4

    Member Login

    Our Location

    City View Curling Club
    50 Capilano Dr
    Ottawa ON  K2E 6G4
    Canada

    Contact Us

    Phone: 613-224-1737
    Email: [email protected] 

    Interested in Curling?

    Are you new to the sport of curling? Want to give it a try? Interested in becoming a member of the City View Curling Club? We're always looking to welcome new members to our club. Please view our League Description page and make sure to sign-up for our Learn-to-Curl sessions. For more information or email us with your questions. Good Curling!

    © 2021 City View Curling Club. All Rights Reserved. | Curling Club Management System and Website by CurlingClubManager.com