The team consisted of Dave Thomson, Dawn Black, Geoff Thorpe-Tracey and Kirsty Cassells (who was playing her first game for KCDC).
The format was that there were three leagues of 6 teams, who would play each other once in a 3 end game. At the end of that, there would be a hot shot competition between the three league winners to decide who won the inaugural trophy.
First up was a game against Edinburgh 1, and a good team performance saw us win 4-0. Next up, was a game against one of the host teams, Braehead 2. They are always tough to beat at home and it proved so again, going down 0-4. The last game before the lunch break was against Borders 1, and another good game saw us win 5-1.
Going into the afternoon session, it was tight at the top of the league. A close game between Lockerbie and Braehead 2, saw Lockerbie win 2-1. That meant that, if we could beat Highland 2 in our next game, the final game against Lockerbie would be the decider. Unfortunately, we just couldn't quite get things going, and we were beaten 1-3. The final game against Lockerbie, although irrelevant to the league results, was one of the best of the day, with some very good stones being played by both sides. In the end, a great draw shot by the Lockerbie skip tied the match at 2-2.
So in the end, with 2 wins, 2 defeats and a draw, we finished up 4th in the league, behind Lockerbie, Highland 1, and Braehead 2. The eventual winners of the trophy were Lockerbie, so congratulations to them. A good team effort, especially from Kirsty on her first game with KCDC and a great advert for beginners clubs across the country. Let's try and get more teams entered for the end of season competition!