If you require a partner for a specific date, first check whether a member is already requesting a partner for that date. If they are, then "Partner?" appears in the calendar of sessions on the right of the main page; click on "Partner?" to communicate with the member.Otherwise a member can make a request for a partner by using the "Membership" button in the left-hand menu on the main page.
Click here for the current table of results.
The Exmouth Bridge Club is affiliated to the EBU and has nearly 200 members.
The Club now meets for Duplicate Bridge at Woodbury Village Hall at the following times:
Monday afternoons at 1.50pm to 5.30pm
Tuesday afternoons at 1.50pm to 5.30pm
4th Thursday evening of each month for teams at 6.50pm to 10.30pm.
Friday afternoons at 1.50pm to 5.30pm
Please note that each session is limited to 18 tables & regretfully players may be turned away.
For full details see the Information page.
Visitors and prospective members are welcome at most afternoon sessions.
The Village Hall is modern and spacious and has good lighting. There is disabled access, a disabled toilet and room for one or more wheelchairs at the tables. Tea and coffee making facilities are available (included in the Table Money).
Click here for the amended national results from our Club session. Jim Smitheman & Vivienne Peters, Shirley Taylor & Andrea Walrond, Terry Cannon & Tim Gay, and Wendy Claye & Gillian Webber all achieved scores of over 60%.
Unfortunately, Board 3 was played with the N/S hands interchanged at all or nearly all tables. This board is therefore void in the Club.
Boards 33 - 36 needed for the movement used were additional to the supplied eCats hands, so will not appear in the eCats results.
Click here for the national scores. Tom Cook & Terry Cannon, Shelagh Hughes & Tim Gay, and Rob Hatton & Martyn Gibbs all achieved scores of over 60%.
Boards 33 - 36 needed for the only possible movement were additional to the supplied eCats hands, so will not appear in the eCats results.
Click here for the national scores. Chris Thomas & Shelagh Hughes and Jonathan Jenkins & Tom Cook achieved scores of over 60%.
A total of £600 was raised in the three sessions held by the Club, and will be forwarded to eCats for the Children in Need appeal. This total is the sixth highest from over 500 Clubs who took part.
Teresa's photos can be viewed by Club Members in the Members Only section of the Web-site.