Northern Alberta Curling Association

PLAYDOWN RULES

2016-2017 Playdown Program Leading to Provincial Championships


             Sweeping Rules - The following will be in effect all playdowns leading to a Canadian or World Event

 

 Approved Brush Head Codes (January)

 

Under 18s PROVINCIAL COACHING REQUIREMENTS  effective for 2017-2018

(Provincial coaching requirements will be the same as Curling Canada’s rules for the U18 National Championship.)

Competition Coach Certified but will accept Competition Coach trained with a minimum of the Making Ethical Decisions online workshop & the Competition Coach Workshop one time only (see below).  Competition Coach Evaluation is not required.

A Coach who is in the process of earning their certification, but will not be certified by the time of the Provincial Championships, will be allowed to apply for a ONE-TIME exemption of the coaching requirements. This aligns with the Curling Canada rules allowing  one-time only per person. Example, if Mr. Smith coaches in 2016-2017 and does not have his Competition Coach Evaluation completed he may apply for an exemption. If Mr. Smith coaches in 2017-2018 he must have completed his Competition Coach Evaluation as a second exemption would not be granted.

 

 Residency Requirement - Men's and Women's

  Residency Requirements - Seniors, Juniors, Mixed

  CC Wheareabouts Program

 

SPECIAL RULES TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER OTHER WRITTEN RULES

 Contents

 

General Rules Applicable to All NACA Playdowns

1            General Rules Applicable to All NACA Playdowns

2            Eligibility

3            Residency Requirements

4            Affiliation with a Member and Eligibility to Play in Other Playdowns

5            Substitution

6            Game Format

7            Registration

8            Coaching

9            Conduct - Obligations of Competitors and Coaches

  

Special Rules Applying to NACA Men’s Playdown

Special Rules Applying to NACA Women’s Playdown

Special Rules Applying to NACA Senior Men’s and Women's Playdown

Special Rules Applying to NACA Mixed Playdown

Special Rules Applying to Junior Men’s and Women’s Playdown

Special Rules Applying to Masters Men’s Playdown

Special Rules Applying to Masters Women’s Playdown

Special Rules Applying to U18 Juvenile Girls & Boys Playdown

* - Dates may change depending on number of entries

Contact Information

 

 

GENERAL RULES APPLICABLE TO ALL NACA PLAYDOWNS

 

A.         GENERAL RULES APPLICABLE TO ALL PLAYDOWNS [Back to Top]

1.              All competitions sanctioned by NACA shall be played under the (Rules for Officiated Play as specified by the current edition of the Rule Book as published by the Canadian Curling Association, except as modified by this Competitions Policy.  Curling is based on a code of ethics, good sportsmanship and personal integrity.  You are expected to follow this tradition throughout the competition.  

2.           It is understood that by entering the selected Playdown, the entire team agrees to follow the rules and policies of the NACA, ACF and CCA. Failure to comply will result in disqualification from all competitions, Including possible future suspensions. It is the responsibility of team members to familiarize themselves with the rules and policies of the competition. This Policy is posted on the NACA web site. Copies are available from the NACA offices upon request.

3.           All interpretations and decisions during a Playdown will be made by the NACA Playdown Chair.  For sanctioned events, the Chief Umpire or designate (s) will be appointed by the NACA Head of Officiating and shall be responsible for rule enforcements and interpretation.  All decisions made by the Chief Umpire or NACA Playdown Chair will be final except in matters involving disciplinary action.  Appeals are to be made, in writing, through the NACA office, to the Board, whose decision is final.

 

B.         ELIGIBILITY [Back to Top]

4.          Men, Women, Seniors, Masters: Each team must register four (4) male/female curlers.

5.          Mixed: Each team must register two (2) male and two (2) female curlers who play alternate positions.

6.          Junior: Each team must register four (4) male/female curlers and an eligible coach of Club Coach "Trained" status and have completed the on-line Make Ethical Decisions (MED), 21 years of age or over.  A certified Competition Coach (Level 2) coach is required for Provincial Championships.  A Criminal Records Check is mandatory and must be provided for each coach by the entry deadline.

7.           U18: Each team must register four (4) male/female curlers, a responsible adult 21 years of age or over to accompany them at Northern Playdowns and an eligible coach of Club Coach "Trained" status and have completed the on-line Make Ethical Decisions (MED), 21 years of age or over, at Provincial Playdowns.  A Criminal Records Check is mandatory and must be provided for each coach by the entry deadline.

8.          Prior to the Canadian Championship, each curler must be:

a)             Senior - Minimum 50 years of age - As of June 30th.

b)             Master - Minimum 60 years of age - As of December 31st.

c)             Men, Women and Mixed - No minimum age restriction.

d)             Juniors - Maximum of 20 years of age - As of July 1st. (birth certificates must be supplied or on file at the NACA office).

e)             U18 - Maximum of 17 years of age - As of June 30th. (birth certificates must be supplied or on file at the NACA office).

 

C.         RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS [Back to Top]

9.           All individuals MUST be permanent residents of the province/territory in which they wish to enter playdowns prior to September 1st of the year leading to a National Championship, with the exception of Men's and Women's teams who will be allowed one (1) free agent from another member province in Canada.

10.         An individual must provide a minimum of three of the following five items to the Member Association (if requested) whose playdown structure they wish to enter:

*               Current Drivers License from that province/territory

*               Current Health Care Card from that province/territory

*               Letter from employer confirming employment within the province/territory

*               Statement from landlord (if renting) or bank (if owned) confirming residency within the province/territory (a copy of a property tax invoice/payment for non-mortgaged property is also adequate)

*             Valid picture ID required for travel purposes if the individual does not have a valid driver's license.

(Full time students will be allowed to establish residency by providing a confirmation letter from their school's Registrar's Office.)

11.         Residency exemptions may be granted by the Board for members of the armed forces, university and college students, or in circumstances where individuals reside outside the jurisdictional boundaries of the ACF but are within reasonable traveling distance from a border and are a member in good standing of a NACA affiliated club.

12.         Any exemptions must be approved by the NACA Playdown Chair on the basis of a written request for approval received at the NACA office a minimum of twenty-one (21) days prior to the entry deadline.  Written requests should be submitted with information supporting the applicants’ grounds for exemption.  NACA may require additional information be provided to substantiate any exemption request.

13.         Upon an infraction of these provisions at any time during the progression up to, and including the Provincial, the entire team shall become ineligible for further competition.

 

D.         AFFILIATION WITH A MEMBER CLUB AND ELIGIBILITY TO PLAY IN OTHER PLAYDOWNS [Back to Top]

14.         For Open Northern Playdowns - A minimum of two (2) players are members in good standing with an affiliated curling club of the NACA and all players are members in good standing with an affiliated curling club within the jurisdiction of the Alberta Curling Federation with the exception of Men's and Women's teams who will be allowed one (1) free agent from another member province in Canada.

15.         It shall be incumbent on the affiliated curling club that a participant proposes to represent, verify and endorse that such individual is a "member in good standing".  To preserve the integrity and viability of affiliated curling clubs, to enhance interests in northern playdowns, and promote interest in the sport of curling, a "member in good standing" must be an individual who is a paid participant at the curling club they choose to represent as of December 1st of the current year.

16.         Each participant shall not have competed in a playdown of the same category of another curling jurisdiction during the current season.

17.         A team, as a unit or its players separately, shall not be allowed to participate in two different playdown competitions should the dates be conflicting at the Northern, Provincial or National levels.  This includes substitutes and replacement players.

 

E.         SUBSTITUTION [Back to Top]

18.        Teams must confirm their roster of four (4) players prior to the first game and must play with at least two (2) registered players. A team may play with three (3) players. If a player(s) is unable to play in a  Northern Playdown the team may have a substitute player at any point during the playdown. In Mixed competition an eligible spare or replacement must be used as four (4) players are required. All substitutes have to be registered with the NACA.

19.         All four (4) members of a team winning a Northern berth are required to sign the NACA Intent Form in order to advance to their respective Provincial competition. Failure to comply with any portion of the Substitution clause of this Policy will result in disqualification of the complete team (loss of berth) and the runner up team will be awarded the berth.

20.         SPARE: A temporary player used on a game by game basis, who meets all eligibility rules of the competition. The original player may return to the team at the beginning of a subsequent game. The team may use the same substitute player more than once. A spare shall not be a registered member of another team competing at any level of playdown. (Players already eliminated from the event are NOT permitted to spare (exception Masters and U18.) The substitute may not compete for another team if they have already been a substitute in the Northern Playdown.

21.         The team shall advise the NACA Playdown Chair of their intention to use a spare or name a replacement player prior to accessing the ice. All substitute names will be added to the team roster.

22.         PERMANENT REPLACEMENT: Must continue with the team to the next level of competition and sign the NACA Intent form – Only one (1) replacement player per team. A replacement player must meet all eligibility rules of the competition and may not have competed at any other level of playdowns or be registered on another team at any Playdown level – ELIGIBILITY IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TEAM. If two (2) or more players of a winning team are unable to continue to the next level of competition, a runner-up team may continue in their place.

23.         If a team requires a permanent replacement/spare, they must meet the criteria as described above and the permanent replacement or a spare may play any position.

24.         In the event that after the start of competition one (1) or more players on a team are unable to continue to play, a temporary substitute or substitutes may be used (Teams MUST have a minimum of two (2) original members participate in each game.) For Mixed play, a substitute MUST be used as a team may not play with three (3) players.

25.         PROVINCIAL PLAYDOWNS - Circumstances that allow for a replacement/spare prior to a provincial competition would include but not limited to the following: illness, injury, death or serious illness in the family, birth of a child, jury duty, presence in a judicial matter as required by law, school examinations, employment commitments. (Vacation or another curling commitment will not be considered an acceptable reason for not participating in an event.)

26.         Fifth players are only allowed in the Men’s and Women’s competition commencing at the Provincials.

27.      At Provincial Men’s and Women’s Championships, teams will have the following two (2) options to choose from:

a)             Teams may name four (4) players and in the event a substitution is required, will be able to access the spare pool provided by the host committee. If victorious the team may choose any eligible player as their 5th player for the National Championship, however, they must be prepared to name the 5th player following the final game.

b)             Teams may name a five (5) player team following qualification from the regional championship. If a five (5) player team is named it is understood the team will not have access to the spare pool and if the team is victorious, the five (5) player unit moves on to the national championship as a whole. No substitution will be allowed to the team line-up following the provincial championship. Fifth players must be named and paperwork signed at least 72 hours prior to the championship.

28.     Juniors and U18 - Spares or replacement players must produce proof of age prior to playing their first game.

 

F.         GAME FORMAT [Back to Top]

29.         Junior, Women and Men events will be ten (10) end games.  Seniors, Mixed, U18 and Masters events will be eight (8) end games.  Slow play will NOT be tolerated and teams will be warned of excessive time use.

 

G.         REGISTRATION [Back to Top]

30.         All entries, including a completed Criminal Record Check and Coach Application for Junior and U18, and payment MUST be received at the NACA office by 3:30 p.m. on the deadline date.  Entries may be mailed, phoned, faxed, delivered personally, couriered or e-mailed to the NACA office, however must be received by 3:30 pm on the deadline date.

31.         Copies of birth certificates or proof of age MUST accompany entries for Junior and U18 unless these are already on file with NACA.

32.         Teams that have not paid their registration fee prior to the draw being made will not be permitted to participate in that Playdown.

33.         Any entry received after the deadline will NOT be accepted.

34.         Accepted entries must have four (4) named competitors by the entry deadline.

35.         Teams must advise the NACA Playdown Chair of any roster changes (including coaches) prior to playing the next game.

36.         No refunds will be given after the entry deadline.

37.         No receipt will be issued, unless requested.

38.         Once teams have been notified of draw times, the draw will not be changed or the times altered for any reason.

39.      Master Women will be an eight (8) team Provincial Championship.  Teams will automatically advance to the Provincial Championship if eight (8) teams or less enter the competition. In the event more than eight (8) teams enter, the regional associations will conduct playdowns to qualify eight (8) teams to advance to the Provincial Championship.

40.      It is the responsibility of any registering team to ensure their entry has been received by the NACA office prior to the deadline.

 

H         COACHING [Back to Top]

41.         All coaches of U18 and Junior curling teams are required to provide the NACA with a Criminal Record Check and Coach Application prior to entry deadline.

42.         Each Junior team is required to have a coach present at Playdowns.  The coach must be a minimum Club Coach Trained and have completed the on-line Make Ethical Decisions (MED) in curling through the NCCP coaching program and be 21 years of age or over.  At a Provincial championship, the coach must be 21 years of age or over and a minimum Competition Coach certified.

43.         Each U18 team is required to have a responsible adult, 21 years of age or over, present at a Northern competition.  At a Provincial championship the team is required to have a coach present who is minimum Competition Coach  Trained and have completed the on-line Make Ethical Decisions (MED) in curling through the NCCP coaching program and who is 21 years of age or over.

Interpretation - All teams must declare their coach and their coach must meet the coaching requirements.  The coach must be present for the team/umpire meeting and all Playdown games.  The Playdown Chair must be advised in advance of extenuating circumstances whereby a coach is not in attendance for the team/umpire meeting or a game that their team is competing in.

44.         A coach accompanying a Men's, Women's, Senior's, Master's or Mixed team to a Northern or Provincial competition, must be 21 years of age or over and have a minimum NCCP Level 2 Certification (old system) or Competition Coach certified.  

45.         Any coach wishing to be mentored at a playdown event must apply for approval from the NACA office at least 4 days prior to the start of the event.

46.         Proof of coaching certification will be required by NACA at time of registration.

 

I.         CONDUCT - Obligations of Competitors and Coaches [Back to Top]

47.         Each Competitor shall comply with all reasonable directions and instructions given to them (including the current Competitors Guide) by NACA, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, each competitor is obligated to:

a)             avoid any action or conduct that would reasonably be expected to reflect adversely upon NACA and its athletes, teams, coaches, umpires, employees, officers, directors, members or sponsors and to conduct themselves in a manner which will bring credit to NACA;

b)             rely upon and utilize the appeal procedures established hereunder to resolve any issues, rulings, complaints or conflicts that may arise during any competition and to exhaust all such appeal procedures before making public any disputed issues, rulings, complaints or conflicts;

c)             avoid any action or conduct that would reasonably be expected to significantly disrupt or interfere with a competition or the preparation of any Competitor for a competition;

d)             avoid alcohol consumption to a level that would cause a Competitor to behave in a disruptive manner during any competition, (Note: Consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited during a Junior or U18 event sanctioned by NACA. Prohibition shall include the entire timeframe from departure to the competition through to and including arrival at home from the endorsed event);

e)             avoid the use of prohibited drugs, other than those prescribed by a Medical Doctor;

f)             during stays in hotels/motels, etc., be subject to all provisions of this policy, if members of the team incur any damage to the hotel/motel, the player(s) involved shall be solely responsible for restitution to the hotel/motel. (NACA may also administer disciplinary action);

g)             abide by the rules of the competition; and

h)             attend the designated competition team meeting, ceremonies and any banquet/social held in conjunction with provincial competition.

48.         Violation of any rule above may result in the disqualification of the violator and/or team in violation of the rules. The NACA Playdown Chair and/or NACA Executive shall make the ruling. Their decision shall be final.

49.         Penalties for clubs who have provided fraudulent information - The club may result in a one (1) year suspension from any NACA or ACF sanctioned event.

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO NACA MEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30

3.       Draw for the Men's playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office Staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       No age requirement

 

NORTHERN MEN'S PLAYDOWN

THISTLE C.C., EDM - JANUARY 19-22*, 2017

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".

 

PROVINCIAL CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

WESTLOCK, AB. - FEBRUARY 8-12, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Brier.

 

CANADIAN CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

ST. JOHN'S, NFL. - MARCH 4-12, 2017

 

WORLD CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

EDMONTON, AB. - APRIL 1-9, 2017

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO NACA WOMEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16

3.       Draw for the Women's playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office Staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       No age requirement.

 

NORTHERN WOMEN'S PLAYDOWN

FORT SASKATCHEWAN C.C. - JANUARY 5-8*, 2017

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".

 

PROVINCIAL WOMEN'S CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

ST. ALBERT, AB. - JANUARY 25-29,2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Mixed Curling Championships.

 

CANADIAN WOMEN'S CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

ST. CATHERINES, ON. - FEBRUARY 18-26, 2017

 

WORLD CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

BEIJING, CHN. - MARCH 18-26, 2017

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO NACA SENIOR MEN'S AND WOMEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, JANUARY 6

3.       Draw for the Senior Men's & Women's playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office Staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       Senior Age Eligibility - 50 years and older as of and including June 30th of the year prior to the Canadian   Championship.

 

NORTHERN SENIOR PLAYDOWN

OTTEWELL C.C., EDM. - JANUARY 25-29*, 2017

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".

 

PROVINCIAL SENIOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

DAWSON CREEK, AB - FEBRUARY 15-19, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Senior Curling Championships.

 

CANADIAN SENIOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

FREDERICTON, NB. - MARCH 18-25, 2017

 

WORLD SENIOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

LETHBRIDGE, AB. -  APRIL 22-29, 2017

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO NACA MIXED PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10

3.       Draw for the Mixed playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office Staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       No age requirement.

 

NORTHERN MIXED PLAYDOWN

LLOYDMINSTER C.C. - FEBRUARY 26-29*, 2017

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".

 

PROVINCIAL MIXED CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

CALGARY C.C., AB. - MARCH 29 - APRIL 2, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Mixed Curling Championships.

 

CANADIAN MIXED CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

TBD

 

WORLD MIXED CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

 TBD

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO JUNIOR MEN'S AND WOMEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11

3.       Draw for the Junior playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/ or Office Staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       Junior age eligibility - 20 years and under as of July 1st of year prior to the Canadian Championship.

 

NORTHERN JUNIOR PLAYDOWN

GRANITE C.C., EDM. - DECEMBER 1-4*, 2016

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".


PROVINCIAL JUNIOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

SAVILLE SPORTS CENTRE, EDM. - JANUARY 4-8, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Curling Championships.


CANADIAN JUNIOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

VICTORIA, BC. - JANUARY 21-29, 2017


WORLD JUNIORS CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

PYEONG CHANG, KO. - FEBRUARY 16-26, 2017

 

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO MASTERS MEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]


1.       No Zone level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, JANUARY 13

3.       Draw for Masters playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.   Master Age Eligibility - 60 years and older as of December 31st of the year prior to the Canadian Championship.

6.   Sticks are allowed.

 

NORTHERN MASTER MEN'S PLAYDOWN

ELLERSLIE C.C. - FEBRUARY 2-5*, 2017

Three teams will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", Section "B", and Section "C".

PROVINCIAL MASTERS CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

OLDS, AB. - FEBRUARY 22-26, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Curling Championships.

CANADIAN MASTERS CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

GUELPH, ON. - APRIL 3-9, 2017

 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO MASTERS WOMEN'S PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone or Northern level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Provincial Competition. (If more teams enter than permitted from NACA, Elimination game(s) will be played during the Master Men's Northerns to determine the teams that will advance)

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, JANUARY 13

3.       Entry forms will be available at the NACA office only.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.   Master Age Eligibility - 60 years and older as of December 31st of the year prior to the Canadian Championship.

6.   Sticks are allowed.

 

PROVINCIAL MASTERS CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

OLDS, AB. - FEBRUARY 22-26, 2017

The winner of this competition is the Alberta Provincial Champion and earns the right to represent the Province in the Canadian Curling Championships.

CANADIAN MASTERS CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

GUELPH, ON. - APRIL 3-9, 2017

 
 

SPECIAL RULES APPLYING TO U18 GIRLS & BOYS PLAYDOWN [Back to Top]

 

1.       No Zone  level playdown will be held for this event.  Direct entry will be accepted for participation in the Northern Competition.

2.       Deadline for entries is 3:30PM FRIDAY, JANUARY 13

3.       Draw for U18 playdown will be completed one week prior to the event.  The Playdown Chair, NACA President and/or Office staff shall draw the teams from a hat to determine placement.

4.       No refunds after entry deadline.

5.       U18 age eligibility - 17 years and under as of June 30th of the year prior to the Canadian Championship.

 

NORTHERN U18 PLAYDOWN

CRESTWOOD C.C., EDM. - FEBRUARY 3-6*, 2017

Two teams from each of the Girls & Boys events will emerge from the Northern Playdown to represent the NACA at the Provincial Curling Championship.  One team will emerge from each of Section "A", and Section "B".

 

PROVINCIAL U18 CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

LEDUC, AB. - MARCH 3-5, 2017

One winner from the Girls event and one winner from the Boy's event will earn the right to represent the Province in the International Canadian Curling Championship.

 

CANADIAN U18 CURLING CHAMPIONSHIP

MONCTON, NB. - APRIL 18-22, 2017

 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION [Back to Top]

 

2016-2017 NACA PLAYDOWN CHAIRPERSON

#110, 9440 - 49 STREET, EDMONTON, ALBERTA  T6B 2M9

TELEPHONE: 780-440-4270, FAX: 780-463-4519

EMAIL: northernalbertacurling@shaw.ca

ACF WEBSITE: www.albertacurling.ab.ca

CCA WEBSITE: www.curling.ca