As a Club within the West of Fife Province, Boreland enters all of the relevant WoF Province Competitions each season.
West of Fife Province is part of Area 10, formerly Area 7.
Area 10 organises the following competitions.
As a member club of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club, Boreland chooses to enter some of the available competitions which are organised by the RCCC, as below.
From time to time, Boreland receives an invitation for a rink to enter other competitions organised by local clubs.
This Challenge is played annually for the McCallum Trophy.
Many members of Boreland Curling Club, also play golf throughout the year.
During the summer months, when there is no curling, the club organises golf competitions for its members.
This Challenge is played annually for the Kelman Trophy, donated by Bob Anderson, Boreland CC.
This Challenge is played annually for the Silver Jubilee Cup donated by Bill Linton, Boreland CC, in place of the previous trophy donated by Chris Stewart, Dalgety Bay CC, which was lost in 2014.
This Challenge is played annually for the Dunfermline Quaich, donated by Dunfermline CC.
This Challenge is played annually for the Fossoway Quaich, donated by Boreland CC.
This Challenge is played annually for the Tappit Hen Jug, donated by Bill Rennie, Boreland CC.
This Challenge is played annually. There is currently no trophy for the challenge.
This challenge is played annually for the Andy Stevenson Quaich.
The Club League is the oldest and most prestigious competition within the club.
This competition was introduced in the season 1994-1995.
This competition was introduced for the 2010-2011 season.
This is a relatively new league competition to provide less experienced curlers with the opportunity to play at a higher position within a rink.
The competition is a straight knock-out for pairs of curlers.
Members play individually against a set of curling disciplines.
Published handicaps are allocated to the Point Open scores.
Every year, the Club holds a Bonspiel at Perth.
McCallum Trophy donated by Bob Anderson in memory of Gilleas McCallum, a member of Boreland Curling Club, who died in 2007.
The Club plays annual challenges against several of the other curling clubs in the local district.
In addition, the Club participates in Royal Caledonian Curling Club (RCCC), Area 7, West of Fife Province and club competitions, including:
This competition takes place during the summer months each year.