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Curling season in Inverness is facing null and void call


By Will Clark

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INVERNESS Province Curling have announced it may be forced to declare the season null and void due to a lack of venue to play.

The 53rd Annual Week of International Curling at the Inverness Ice Centre....Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No. 043400.
The 53rd Annual Week of International Curling at the Inverness Ice Centre....Picture: Callum Mackay. Image No. 043400.

The Inverness Ice Centre have announced it might be forced to shut until the end of April.

The province committee has scheduled a meeting towards the end of this month to make a decision if or when they can restart the current season.

In a statement on the Inverness Province Curling Facebook site, organisers have said if there’s a remote possibility of completing the knock-outs or holding a bonspiel in late March/ early April, they will delay making a final decision on the season.



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