Dunedin Ice Stadium
12 - 14 September 2014
Men | Women
|1||(4‑0)||Hans Frauenlob, Dan Mustapic, Lorne DePape, Iain Craig|
|2||(2-3)||Peter Becker, Richard Morgan, Nelson Ede, John Sanders|
|3||(1-3)||Ian Ford, Paul Nelson, Peter Taylor, Earl Irving|
|4||(0-3)||Charlie McLeod, Dave Watt, Ray Tomes, Dennis Booth|
|1||Liz Matthews, Glenys Taylor, Pauline Farra, Christine Bewick|
Draw and Results
Friday 12 September
|1:00 pm, Draw 1|
|4:30 pm, Draw 2|
Saturday 13 September
|9:30 am, Draw 3|
|1:00 pm, Draw 4|
|4:30 pm, Draw 5|
Round Robin Standings
|Avg DSD: Average of Last Draw Shot Distance for all games after worst result discarded|
Sunday 14 September
|9:00 am, Semi-Final|
|Men's Semi-Final||RR2 v RR3|
|Winner qualifies for final, loser takes third place|
|1:00 pm, Final|
Competition Format and Rules
- The tournament is to be played under the WCF ‘Rules of Curling’, except as may be modified below.
- The tournament format will be a single round robin involving all five teams. The top qualifying Men’s team will progress straight to the Gold Medal game. The 2nd and 3rd qualifying Men’s teams will play off for the Bronze Medal, with the winner then contesting the Gold and Silver medals with the top qualifier. The top qualifying team will have hammer and first practice for the Gold/Silver medal game.
- Round robin 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 shall be determined by coin toss.
- At the end of each practice the respective team shall throw a single DSD stone, with sweepers, for the purpose of allocating ‘hammer’ for that game. The DSD may also be used for ranking purposes, if required.
- On completion of the round robin games the men’s teams shall be ranked on their win/loss records. If any two teams have the same number of wins the team that won the round robin game between those two teams shall be ranked higher. If teams still cannot be separated on the win/loss record they shall be further ranked on the basis of the total distance for their best three draw shot distances from the round robin games.
- Sheets for the Men’s medal games will be allocated following the completion of the previous round of play.
- Any team is permitted to include one alternate player during the competition but no player may play for more than one team during the same competition. The name(s) of any alternate players (if not included on the team’s entry form) shall be provided to the Chief Umpire prior to commencement of the first round in which the respective team competes.
- Any team commencing the competition with four players will be permitted to continue to compete if one of those players is forced to retire from the competition due to injury or illness and a suitable substitute is not available. The Chief Umpire shall be advised of any such retirement.
- A team briefing for all players competing in the first round will be held at 12.30pm on Friday. If required a separate briefing will be held for Team 5 at 4.00pm.