Club Playdowns for Travelers Provincials
From Saturday 15 December 2018 -  08:00am
To Sunday 16 December 2018 - 05:00pm
by Anne Banks

Travelers rules as posted in 2017-2018 NSCA document

Each club will declare a men’s team and women’s team of FOUR (4) players to represent their club through either their normal league or club championship process or through a designated Travelers Curling Club Championship competition within the club. The declared teams, through either process, MUST have at least three (3) players that have played together in a sanctioned club league during the current season. A fourth player (i.e., a player who did not play regularly on that team throughout the season) MUST play lead. Players who play exclusively in a major/super league without playing in another sanctioned club league are ineligible to compete. Clubs that only have mixed or open leagues (i.e. no men’s and women’s leagues) must contact the NSCA by November 25 for approval to participate

. Each team will be allowed only one player who has played in a Juniors’, Men’s, Women’s or Seniors’ provincial/territorial event in the current or previous four curling seasons or participated in a Grand Slam event in the current or previous four curling seasons (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-2015, 2015-16).* No player on the team can have played in a Juniors, Men’s, Women’s or Senior’s Canadian Championship for those years (i.e. national competitors are excluded as regular or replacement players on the team). *Exception – Provinces/Territories with an open provincial/territory event will be permitted 1 player who has placed top 25% in a Juniors’, Men’s, Women’s or Seniors’ provincial/territory event in the current or previous 4 curling seasons, or participated in a Grand Slam event in the current or previous four (4) curling seasons. 4. Players who competed in the 2016 Travelers Curling Club Championship national event are ineligible to compete in the 2016-17 play downs. 5. All games will be eight (8) ends with ties being decided by a full extra end. 6. Once a four (4) person team has been declared a club champion, a maximum of one (1) replacement/substitute player from the club can play lead. It is at the discretion of each curling club to determine their replacement/substitute rules throughout their process to declare their club champions. 7. Each team must b