The rules governing ASAA curling shall be the blended rules of Curling Canada, with the following modifications:
- Each team is permitted to take two 60-second time outs per game. The time outs must be taken when the team is in possession of the rock. They may be called by the skip or coach. The time outs cannot be carried forward to the extra end(s).
- One 60-second timeout is available to each team for each extra end.
- A five minute break is allowed after the 4th end.
- In the event of a 4-end tie-breaker, one 60-second time out per team will be permitted.
ASAA provincial championships shall use the five rock free guard zone rule currently used by Curling Canada.
The following limited broom head rule will be used at ASAA provincial championships
- Broom heads used for sweeping can be any fabric that is commercially purchased. No homemade heads and modifications to commercial heads will be permitted.
- No hair brooms or corn brooms will be used to sweep a rock. Additionally, the plastic insert from Hardline brooms must be removed. The WCF approved fabric is NOT required for ASAA provincial curling.
- A player may use any device (including hair and corn brooms) to deliver the stone; however, the device may not be used to sweep unless it complies with i and ii.
- Failure to comply with the above will result in the loss of hammer if used during practice, removal of stone if used during a game, or forfeiture if a replacement head in compliance with these rules cannot be found.
Season of Play
The season of play for curling shall be October 1 to the ASAA provincial championship on the first Friday and Saturday in March. The season of play is not intended to include July and August. See SECTION V - ACTIVITIES, Item 3,for more information.
*Covid-19 changes to the season of play can be found under Covid-19 updates.
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March 5, 2018
Congratulations to all who attended the Provincial Curling Championship this year. It was a great weekend of curling with lots of great matches. In the end the winners were as follows.
3 William E Aberhart
February 12, 2018
Registration is open for ASAA Curling Provincials happening March 1-3 in St. Albert.
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