Fiona Hardie, representing the event main sponsor, presents the International Globe trophy to the winners of the Dumfries International Junior Competition. L-R: Hammy McMillan (3rd), Grant Hardie (skip), Ruaraidh Whyte (2nd) and Hamish Geyer (lead). Grant's team beat Jaap van Dorp's Netherlands side in the final.
Ian Jess, vice-president of Dumfries Rotary Club, with the winners of the Low Road. L-R: Neil Topping (2nd), Euan Kyle (lead), Scott Wilson (skip) and Bobby Lammie (3rd). Scott and his team beat Ross Whyte's side of Mark Guthrie, Laura Ritchie and Sophie Jackson in the final.
Winners of the Challenge Final with Jim McCormack of the Lions Club. L-R: Rebecca Steven, Chay Telfer (substituting in the final for Elspeth Lean), Darryl Russell (skip) and Colin Mouat, who beat Mads Norgaard's Danish team in the final.
The Mansion team, Pot Lid winners, with Billy Green from the organising committee. L-R: Andrew Greive (lead), James Carswell (2nd), Frazer Keil (4th), Louise Mansion (3rd).
This team got a special 'mention in dispatches' at the presentation. Because of injury, the Chalmers Porteus team found themselves short of a member last Thursday. William Green (7) was brought in as substitute. He played brilliantly, and was so well looked after by the team - hence the award. L-R: Chalmers Porteus, William, Rian Hill, Cameron Dobbie.
All the prizewinners parade.
Well done to Graham Sloan and his team on organising a great competition!
This from the Low Road final. The Ross Whyte team in action.
This is also from the Low Road final. Euan Kyle and Bobbie Lammie are sweeping Neil Topping's stone. Scott Wilson is in the head.
Ezra Wiebe and Floyd Koelewijn working hard in the final.
Ruaraidh Whyte and Hamish Geyer look after their skip's stone, with Hammy McMillan in the head.
Photos © Skip Cottage