Douglas Dryburgh

Douglas Dryburgh

Douglas Dryburgh (born June 30, 1966 in Kirkcaldy, Scotland) is an Irish curler.

Dryburgh was a successful junior curler in his native Scotland. In his first international tournament, Dryburgh and his Scottish team claimed a gold medal at the 1987 World Junior Curling Championships. Later that year he skipped the Scottish team to a sixth place finish at the European Curling Championships.

Ten years later, Dryburgh was back at the European Championships where he claimed a bronze medal for Scotland. In 1998 he skipped the British team at the 1998 Winter Olympics. They finished in seventh place.

Dryburgh moved to Ireland later on, and would join up with four other ex-Scots and qualified for the 2006 World Men's Curling Championship by placing seventh at the 2005 European Championships. At the Worlds, Ireland finished in 12th place.


  • WJCC All-Star skip - 1987

Team mates

  • Peter Wilson - third
  • Robin Gray - second
  • John Kenny - lead
  • Peter J.D. Wilson - alternate


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