Entries Open for Catterline Carties 2007

The first and final voyage of the Barras BountyEntries are now open for the third Catterline Cartie Challenge, which will take place on 9th/10th June 2007 (with inspection of the carties on Sunday 27th May 2007).
As well as our usual competition, we are also planning to host a round of the new National Soapbox Championship. Teams from all over the country will be taking part in a Grand Prix style series of National Championship races, and we'll be inviting them to come up to Catterline to try their luck against our local teams and also try for points towards the first ever National Championship.
If you would like to enter the 2007 Catterline Cartie Challenge, please make sure you are familiar with the rules and then click here to enter online or download an entry form.
We have a maximum of 25 teams, and places will be allocated on a strictly "first come, first served" basis, so get your entry in as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Free Money for Local Groups!

The Community Council's annual Local Project Grants have come around again. If you're part of an local group that would like to be considered for a grant, get in touch with one of your community councilors as soon as you can. Further details on the CKDCC web site.
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Runners up spots still up for grabs

The latest darts results have just been published, and with Neil showing a comfortable lead attention now turns to second place. Ian currently has a slight advantage, but Robert and Angus are still in the hunt. Full table is here.
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Darts Players Regroup After Festive Break

Catterline Darts PlayersThere was a great turn out at Wednesday's darts night with a dozen players competing for points, some showing off their Christmas pressies. Only a few stalwarts still use the kindly donated pub darts, the majority now preferring to throw their own arrows. Two matches of Aussie style Round the Clock were contested followed by an impromptu game of Shanghai which Robert won by leaving his best darts to last and cleaning up the cash.

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More Balls of Fire

Catterline Trebuchet throwing a fireball. Boxing Day 2006. Thanks to everyone who sent pictures of the trebuchet in action on Boxing Day. I've uploaded the best ones to the gallery.
Thanks also to everyone who helped out - Pete and Paul for moving and rigging it up, Chris for manning the fire extinguisher, Robert for the loan of the fire extinguisher (sorry we had to use it - we accidentally set fire to the treb' a little bit), and Brendan for lighting the fireballs.
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