Waldie Griffith

The Province has again entered the Waldie Griffith inter-province competition.

The Province Province opponents for 2015/16 were East of Fife and the match took place on 29 February 2016 at 15.00 at The Peak in Stirling.

The teams are listed below.


1Andy HemmingLinsey AllisonIan McNeishBen Somerville
2Bob GlassSheila SturrockKeith HyamMary MacDonald
3John PhillipsMary PatersonFiona GlassJohn Cross
4Craig McCallumDougie TelferGeorge McLarenJohn Carruthers


Reserves; Harry & Michelle Brodie, Rosemary Miller, Sandy Park.


The result was a win for Forth and Endrick by 8 shots. Two games were won and two were lost. This gives a competition score of 2 which was enough for the Province to be in second place out of the 14 Provinces competing.


Note(adapted from East Kilbride and Haremyres CC website)

Sir George [or more probably his son Sir Richard] Waldie Griffith of Hendersyde Park, Roxburghshire donated the Challenge Cup to the Kelso Club around 1909, who in turn suggested to the RCCC that it be played for nationally at province level. The competition, played each year between all the curling provinces is known as "The Waldie Griffith" and the Province which gains the highest average majority of shots per team over its opponents is declared the winner of the Challenge Cup, which they hold for one year.