The January 2009 issue of the Scottish Curler magazine has been published. The title first appeared in January 1954, so this is the first issue of Volume 56. It is in the mail on its way to subscribers this week, a little delayed this month because of the holiday period. But I hope it will be enjoyed nevertheless!
The cover story is of course the Murdoch team's victory in O'Vik. And there are also reports on the Edinburgh International Championships, the first Double Rink Championships, the Scottish Senior Mixed and the Scottish Mixed Doubles.
The Editor speculates on the pace that our sport is changing. Robin Copland challenges the Royal Club to look at the Forum in Behind the Glass, and Hibby decides to set up a new club at his university!
Sweepings, Curling World, Across the Border, Looking Back, iCurl, the Extra End, the Caption Competition, Letters, and the Club News page are all there as usual!
The Historical Bit this month is about the splendid Pitlessie mugs. Enjoy!
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