Watson Yuill

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Watson Yuill was the third man on the Avondale Heather CC (from Strathaven, Scotland) during the World Curling Championships known as the 1960 Scotch Cup. [1]

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References

  1. "World Curling Federation, Watson Yuill". World Curling Federation . Retrieved 12 September 2012.