Monday/Thursday Evening Leagues
There are 4 draws in the league during the season. Each draw lasts about 5 games. The regular season starts in October and ends late March. The playoffs begin after the regular season and end about the middle of April. There are usually 16 teams that go into the playoffs. The men's closing ceremony at the end of the season is very popular because both the Men's Rated and Thursday Night Men's Divisional leagues combine for it. It starts off with the final games for both leagues followed by dinner and the awards presentations. There are many draws during the evening and everyone who comes will win a draw prize or door prize.
Monday Night Rated
Game times alternate between 6:45pm & 9:00pm. This is an individual entry league (teams assigned by convenor). If you are unable to commit to every Monday evening, you may register as a spare (wanted).
At the end of each draw the teams are remade. There are usually 3-4 divisions in each draw depending on the number of players available. The teams with the most points in each division are qualified to go into the playoffs as a teamThere are usually 16 teams that go into the playoffs. They are the qualified teams plus teams that have been put together based on individual points earned through the season. The Men's Rated trophy is called the Piddler because it has the original pebbler mounted on it that was used by Whitby Curling Club at its previous location decades ago. During the season each player is awarded the points their team earned in each draw. At the end of the season, the player with the most accumulated points is awarded the Glinz Memorial Trophy.
Thursday Night Divisional League (competitive)
Game times alternate between 6:45pm & 9:00pm. This league is a team-entry competition through three or four draws, and playoffs. Teams remain together for the entire season.
Whitby Day Senior Men's Curling
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (fun, rated)
This tag draw leagues plays at 10:00am. Players show up by 9:40am to play. Teams are assembled on a daily basis by the Draw Masters of the day. Curlers are assigned a Tag and a colour (one of three colours). A schedule for the season identifies the colours (2) in effect each curling date. Daily Draw Masters build teams based on curlers who show up to play. Priority is given to the curlers of the 2 colours of the day. Games are 8 ends, with the Skip and Vice, and the Second and Lead, switching positions after 4 ends. There are no standings or playoffs for the Tag draws.
Interclub Curling (fun, rated)
Wednesday at 10:00am. Sign up to play on a weekly basis to play. Each week, teams are assembled by the Interclub Coordinator. Teams are posted prior to the game date.
Curlers have the opportunity to compete against teams from other area curling clubs. Each week, 2 curling clubs host Interclub competition. Games are 8 ends, with the Skip and Vice, and the Second and Lead, switching positions after 4 ends. Fees are $2 per curler. The winning team of each game is awarded $4 worth of Lottario tickets. There are no standings or playoffs for Interclub play. The area curling clubs involved include: Oshawa Downtown, Annandale, Port Perry and Whitby.
Special Event Curling (fun)
1st Thursday of each month at 10:00am.
Sign up to play by event. Each event, teams are assembled by the Special Event Coordinator. Teams are posted prior to the event. Each special event entails an 8 end curling game designed with a twist that emphasizes some aspect of the game, a libation, cash prizes, hot lunch and camaraderie. There is a nominal entry fee and space is limited to the first 48 members to sign up.
Friday Morning Senior Competitive (age 50+)
Games times alternate between 9:00am & 11:15am (schedule is mix of game times).
Teams are organized into Flights. Round robin play within each Flight with movement between Flights determined at the completion of each draw. Games are 8 ends. The entry fee of $100 per team is in addition to Club registration fees. Cash prizes are awarded at the end of Playoff rounds. The Friday morning competitive league is a team entry competition through three or four draws, and playoffs. Teams remain together for the entire season. Individuals wishing to play will be offered to teams looking for players Spares are welcome.