The four colored rings at each end of the sheet.
The rings or circles toward which play is directed.
The round scoring area, 12 feet in diameter, with concentric circles 1, 4, and 8 feet in diameter.
The verb 'to house' is now generally accepted in set dancing circles as the act of moving in a general anti-clockwise direction around the set while simultaneously turning clockwise one full turn in each 2 bar sequence. I have borrowed it to describe a similar movement in figure dancing.
The circular scoring area. It is 3.66m in diameter and is made up of four concentric circles. The outside ring is 3.66m in diameter, the next ring is 2.44m in diameter, the next ring is 1.22m in diameter, and the inside ring (button) is 0.3m in diameter.
Scoring area marked by a set of four concentric circles at each end of the rink.
The scoring area, which is marked by a circle, 12 feet in diameter, that contains three smaller concentric circles.
Scoring area, designated by rings - 12 feet in diameter
The circles which a stone has to reach in order to count.
the scoring area, 12 feet in diameter, with concentric circles of four and eight feet in diameter inside.