East Lothian enter the Premier League B Section – campaign as the defending champions and their camp is already buzzing with high expectations fuelled by the news that world stage star Alex Marshall is set to parade his exciting skills in the opening match.Read More
Our visit to Paisley is an a tough early season test and it is a massive boost to team morale that Tattie is available to play as his presence is inspirational and lifts everyone said team captain Dougie Berwick. It is also better news for the garden county that Ewan Fallen a former national junior singles champion returns to the limelight after a short self imposed exile from the sport while a new face is introduced in the shape of the talented David Sked. The circumstances of the visit to Paisley isnt all sweetness and light however as the selection process has had to cope with the enforced absence of two international figures in the shape of Scott Kennedy and Jamie Higgins.
Father figures Willie Wood MBE (93 caps) and Graham Robertson (87 caps) continue to bring their charisma and vast experience to the line up of the reigning Premier League Champions; but the power play is in the vibrant hands of Marshall and his fellow skips Billy Mellors, Joe Mower, and Derek Oliver. Rink 1, Ross Thomson, Ewan Fallen, Stuart Thomson, and Alex Mrashall MBE. Rink 2. Mark Johnston, David Sked, Dean Riva, and Billy Mellors. Rink 3. Andrew Jeffrey, Dougie Berwick, Glenn Blair, and Joe Mower. Rink 4. Callum Darling, Willie Wood MBE, Graham Robertson, and Derek Oliver.
West Lothians return to Premier League status is heralded by a very testing home match at Livingston against Falkirk and one feature of the opening line up is the selection of Raymond Logan and his two sons, Scott and Calum. Thomas Mann (30 caps) is unavailable. Rink 1. Bryan Cooper, David McCormick, Jamie Aitken, and Neil Speirs. Rink 2. Ian Drysdale, Connor McKendrick, Cameron Greer, and Mark Allison. Rink 3, Scott Logan, Grant Knox, Craig Moss, and James Speirs. Rink 4. Blair Mackie, Raymond Logan, Des Hagart, and Calum Logan.