UWL – The Lawrie Trophy

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THE JAMES LAWRIE TROPHY

BACKGROUND

The James Lawrie Trophy is an Upperward (The Upperward of Lanarkshire Curling Club – UWL – information required on the history of this Club)  trophy competition in a ‘bonspiel’ format comprising of two sets of games at the LANARKSHIRE ICE RINK and normally takes place in the first half of the season (usually November).

Upperward Clubs put forward two teams to play either over the two games or two in one period only.  The cumulative Points score of the two teams with the highest up points (or if there is a draw then the highest ends) wins the competition.

And the 2014 Winners:

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 DIPPOOL CURLING CLUB

DRAW – By Season

2017/162016/152015/142014/132013/122012/11
2011/102010/092009/082008/072007/062006/052005/04

LAWRIE – STANDINGS

POSTS: Nov 2016  Nov 2015 Nov 2014

HISTORY

The James Lawrie Trophy was James Lawrie a JP based just outside Lanark. The following was copied off the inscription on the Cup:

Presented By

James Lawrie JP

Of Bellefield, Lanark

Presented To

The Upperward Of Lanarkshire – Curling Club

1893

To Be Played For Annually

Require more information on James Lawrie and Bellefield (there is a Bellefield Way in Lanark – note the spelling of Bellefield)