Report – Sunday 12 noon – Semi Finals

A delighted home crowd watch Team Brewster claw his way back into a close semi final against an on-form Team Baumann winning out 6-4. In the other, all Norwegian, semi – Past Perth Master Thomas Ulsrud could not hold out against a commanding performance from Team Walstad who won 7-2. Final 3pm – Brewster (Sco) v Walstad (Nor)

Report – Saturday 9am – Quarter Finals

Keen competition in well fought finals sees Teams Ulsrud and Walstad in an all Norwegian semi and Germany’s Team Baumann facing Team Brewster, Scotland’s last remaining team in the 2017 Perth Masters. Teams China and Morozumi started their quarter finals well – but fell away in the face of determined opposition. Teams MacDonald and Hardie also ended their title bid …

Report – Saturday 5pm

The session started 30 minutes late do to a technical issue. Team Brewster’s 5-1 victory over Team MacDonald takes them through to Sunday’s quarter finals – while MacDonald is straight back on the ice to meet Team China in this evening’s 8pm session to discover if there is a route back for them. Team Morozumi defeated L. Riu’s Team China …

Report – Saturday 2.45pm

Having dropped to the B Road – both Team Brewster and MacDonald recorded wins along with Team Morozumi (Jpn) who defeated Walstad (Nor) 7-2. Team Murdoch went down 4-6 to strong play by Team China and now face wining two further matches to stay in the competition and gain a place in the knock out finals. It was farewell to …

Report – Saturday 11.15am

Teams Brewster and Murdoch slip from the A Road under pressure from Teams Ulsrud and Baumann who progress now to Sunday’s quarter finals. In the C Road knock round – Teams Hess, Kauste, Ramsfjell, Van Dorp, Taylor and Snitil or on their roads home at the end of their hard fought contest.

Calcutta

We were delighted to have a good turnout at the Calcutta – players, families and sponsors. With a prize pot of £3600 this year’s winning bidder will collect £1300! Not surprisingly, attracting the top money were Teams Ulrsud, Brewster, Murdoch and De Cruz but, with the top teams evenly matched, is was hard to see a clear favourite. Among the outsiders attracting attention …