Curling :: Game/match View Visualisation
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Bonspiel/Bonspeil/Bonspeel Source: SND
A match between two opposite parties in the game of curling. It takes place gen. between different clubs or parishes. In former days the word was employed in a wider sense — e.g. in connection with golf or archery.
Bounce game Source: SND (supp)
A friendly game, not part of a competition.
Buckaw Source: SND
The name given to the short game, by which a bonspel, or match at curling, is generally concluded.
En Source: SND
That portion of a game which is played from one end of the rink to the other.
Heid Source: SND
That portion of the game in which all the stones or bowls on both sides are played to one end of the rink.
Point game Source: SND
A game played by one curler as an individual as opposed to one played in a team.
Rink Source: SND
A game of curling, one of the series of games constituting a match.
Spiel/Pairish spiel Source: SND
A curling match.
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