8 - 10 September 2017
|Championship History : Men
|1||(5‑0)||Dan Mustapic, Hans Frauenlob, Dave Watt, Iain Craig|
|2||(3-2)||Peter Becker, Dave Greer, Nelson Ede, John Sanders|
|3||(2-3)||James Hazlett, Rob Potter, Eric Swinbourn, Ewan Kirk (s)|
|4||(0-5)||Dean Fotti, Ian Ford, Peter Taylor, Bruce Kissell|
Draw and Results
Saturday 9 September – Round Robin
|9:00 am, Draw 1|
|2:00 pm, Draw 2|
|7:00 pm, Draw 3|
Round Robin Standings
Sunday 10 September – Playoffs
|8:30 am, Semi-Finals|
|1:00 pm, Finals|
|Gold Medal Match|
|Bronze Medal Match|
Tournament Format and Rules
- The tournament is to be played under the WCF ‘Rules of Curling’, except as may be modified below.
- The four Men's teams entered will play a single round robin involving all five teams. Updated: Semifinals will be 1v4 and 2v3. The highest-ranked qualifying team will have the option of hammer and first practice in each playoff game.
- Games are to be of 8 ends duration with an extra end to be played if scores are equal after 8 ends. A four minute break shall be taken after four ends.
- Each team shall have a 6 minute practice prior to the commencement of each game. Order of practice and stone colour in round robin games shall be determined by coin toss.
- At the end of each practice the respective team shall throw two LSD stones with sweepers, for the purpose of allocating ‘hammer’ for that game. The first will be thrown clockwise, the second counter-clockwise. The LSDs may also be used for ranking purposes, if required.
WCF brush regulations apply to this tournament
Payment of a $200 team deposit is required when you enter.
- Payment of the entry deposit should be made by direct deposit to the NZCA's Westpac account 03 0951 0014416 00. Please identify your deposit with "NZ Seniors" and your name.
The final tournament entry fee and the tournament draw will be confirmed after entries close and ice hire charges confirmed.
Player eligibility and playing conditions are as set down in the New Zealand Curling Association Inc Competitions Procedures Manual and the WCF Rules of Curling. Players must be aged 50 or over as at 30 June.
Entries have closed.