Previous Years' Winners

Inaugurated in 2012 as an Open Double Rink competition played for the Alan Williams Trophy

2012 - Vale of Glamorgan
2013 - Monmouthshire
2014 - Mid Glamorgan
2015 - South Glamorgan
2016 - Monmouthshire
2017 - Mid Wales

Open Double Rink 2017

Sunday 28th May at Llandrindod Wells

Games to be played over 11 ends or 90 minutes. Dress code: Whites/County Shirts.

Congratulations to Mid Wales- Open Double Rink Champions 2017

PLACINGS
  Team Pts Shots
1st Mid Wales 6 +25 (51 ends)
2nd South Glamorgan 6 +25 (50 ends)
3rd Monmouthshire 6 +14
4th Carmarthen County 6 +12
5th Ceredigion 6 +7
6th Mid Glamorgan 5 +7
7th West Glamorgan 3 -5
8th Vale of Glamorgan 2 -21
9th Montgomeryshire 0 -25
10th Pembrokeshire 0 -39

 

Session 1 Shots Pts     Shots Pts
Carmarthen County +7 2 v West Glamorgan -7 0
Ceredigion -15 0 v Mid Wales +15 2
Mid Glamorgan +6 2 v Pembrokeshire -6 0
Monmouthshire +17 2 v Montgomeryshire -17 0
South Glamorgan -8 0 v Vale of Glamorgan +8 2
Session 2            
Carmarthen County -7 0 v Monmouthshire +7 2
Ceredigion +5 2 v Pembrokeshire -5 0
Mid Glamorgan +3 2 v Montgomeryshire -3 0
Mid Wales -1 0 v South Glamorgan +1 2
Vale of Glamorgan -11 0 v West Glamorgan +11 2
Session 3            
Carmarthen County +10 2 v Pembrokeshire -10 0
Ceredigion +14 2 v Vale of Glamorgan -14 0
Mid Glamorgan 0 1 v West Glamorgan 0 1
Mid Wales +2 2 v Montgomeryshire -2 0
Monmouthshire -14 0 v South Glamorgan +14 2
Session 4            
Carmarthen County +2 2 v Mid Glamorgan -2 0
Ceredigion +3 2 v Montgomeryshire -3 0
Mid Wales +9 2 v West Glamorgan -9 0
Monmouthshire +4 2 v Vale of Glamorgan -4 0
Pembrokeshire -18 0 v South Glamorgan +18 2

NOTES: The winner of the event will be the county:-
1. With the most points, if there is a tie, then the County with the better shot difference will be the winner.
2. If the Counties are tied on shot difference, the number of ends won over the four games will decide the winner.
3. If the number of ends won is the same, then an extra end or ends shall be played until one County wins.