Peace Arch League Rules

PACC Club Rules

League Rules

Sixteen Team Limit:

There is a 16-team limit for all evening leagues to eliminate enforced byes. If these leagues are over-subscribed, first preference will be given to teams as outlined below.

Priority Registration:

(Teams-of-Choice Leagues Only) Priority will be based on the total points of the team as follows:

  • Returning members to that league will be assigned four points
  • New PACC members will be assigned three points
  • Returning associate members to that league will be assigned two points
  • New associate members will be assigned one point

Teams of more than four members may use any four to determine their total point score. Priority between two or more teams with the same score will be given according to the length of seniority (of members) in that league.

Spares:

Regular curlers in any PACC league may spare at no charge in any other league.

For all leagues: Each team must have two members present or forfeit the game. Extra players will be charged a registration fee. Spares may play up to the position of the absent player. For championship/play-off games non-PACC spares are not allowed and spares must play front end.

Tuesday & Thursday Men’s: Spares can only play lead or second. A regular team member must skip the game and throw last rocks.

Monday Open & Friday Mixed: With one spare, a regular team member MUST skip the game and throw last rocks. The spare can play up to the position of the missing player (excluding the skip). With two spares – if the skip and third are absent, the spares can replace any position

Format:

Tuesday & Thursday Men’s

Monday Open & Friday Mixed: The league will begin with a 16-team round robin. The top eight teams will then play in an “A” draw round robin and the remaining eight teams in the “B” draw round robin. There will be no carry over of points into the “A” or “B” draws, all teams will begin with zero points. Two points for a win and one point for a tie. Additional “skins” and “fun” competitions will be included as the schedule permits.

Wednesday Night Ladies: The league will begin with a 16-team round robin. The top eight teams will then play in an “A” draw round robin and the remaining eight teams in the “B” draw round robin. There will be no carry over of points into the “A” or “B” draws, all teams will begin with zero points. Two points for a win and one point for a tie. The top “A” draw team will playoff against the top Thursday ROC team to determine the ladies’ club champion. Additional strategy sessions and “fun” competitions will be included as the schedule permits.

Thursday Ladies Rink of Choice (ROC): The league ladies will play a continual team round robin to determine an overall Rink of Choice winner. All points will be carried over to the next draw (two points for win, one point for tie). The top Ladies’ ROC team will playoff against the top WNL “A” draw team to determine the ladies’ club champion.

PACC Championships

The men’s and ladies’ club champions will represent PACC in the BC Club Challenge, held at Richmond CC in April. The top three teams in this championship are then eligible to play in the Pacific International Cup.