Well if Banco thinks there's not been much on cricket, there's NOTHING on curling.
Curling is a very old Scottish sport and is played on ice. It isn't known, when Scottish people began playing Curling. But in the Smith Institute in Stirling is a curling rock (stone) with the engraved year 1511 exposed. The first report about a Curling match between two monks stems from Paisley Abbey near Glasgow and is dated February 1541. Someone named Mr. James Gall let on his tombstone engrave in Perth, Scotland, that he was a big Curling fan.
The first Curling club was founded in Kinross, Loch Leven in 1668. The first national association was the Grand Caledonian Curling Club (founded in 1838). In 1843, the club got the privilege to be the Royal Caledonian Curling Club. This Club was the World Federation, till 1966, when the ICF (International Curling Federation) was founded. Since 1991 the ICF has been called WCF (World Curling Federation) and has about 40 member countries.
Scotland are the current European mens champions and Sweden are the current European ladies champions. NZ
men and Japan ladies are the Pacific Champions.
Canada are the current mens and the USA are the current Ladies World Champions.
And Banco, even England have teams, although they are comprised mainly of expat Scots!