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2017 Intermediate Workshops

Workshops are held once a month on a Friday in the Club Room on the 2nd Floor between 9.30 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. (Note change of time for 2017)

Initial Workshop Dates for 2017 are :

February 10th
March 17th
April 21st
May 19th
June 16th 

Do you need a Partner?

Please contact our partnership coordinator, Sue Condos, at racvbridge.au@gmail.com with your details and contact information.

New Members - 2017
Welcome to New Members:

Bob Patrzalek
Alfred Branicki
Leeron Branicki

 

 

 

 
Club News
President's Message


It is with great pleasure that I assume the role of President of The RACV Bridge Club. I would like to thank our past president Mary Stoney for her tireless efforts in fostering a club of friendship and inclusion regardless of skill level. I am very fortunate that Mary’s stalwart committee; Sue Condos and Wal Reid will remain in their roles.

We are very privileged as RACV Bridge players to have the full support of the RACV Club and I look forward to working with Caroline King, Kim Fisher and Claire McParland to encourage the development of this wonderful Bridge Club.

I am passionate about Bridge, it provides the opportunity for camaraderie, challenge and competition (my three C’s) not found anywhere else! I look forward to meeting you all at the bridge table in the spirit of the three C’s.

Sally Foster
President

2016 Club Award Presentations
2016 Club Award Presentations

The RACV bridge club celebrated the 2016 year of Bridge over lunch and presentations on December 14th.  

Congratulations to all players who have competed at our Club - 2016 has been a very competitive year.   Again Gerald Snowden, the first president of the RACV Bridge Club, presented the Patricia Snowden Memorial Cup to the best player at the RACV Bridge Club.  Detail of the result is  HERE  

The winner this year is Frank Vearing - once again a deserving recipient, with Tricia Cox a nearby second.  Gerald is shown at left presenting the trophy.

 
The award for Most Improved player went to Stan Laugher, see photographed below Left with Ben Kingham.  

A new Award this year celebrates the memory, contributions and enthusiasm of Sam Ball, 2008/9 Bridge Club committeeman and the editor of our inaugural newsletter.   This new annual recognises individuals who share Sam's spirit and commitment to the RACV Bridge Club and its Members.   See the item on Sam Ball elsewhere for more detail on this award.

Congratulations to Sue Condos, the inaugural winner, and our tireless Secretary and Partnership Service Coordinator.  Sue is shown below Right with Marita MacMahon Ball with the Award.

      

The effort and contribution of our President, Mary Stoney, Secretary Sue Condos, the Committee, and the teaching by Ben and Ruth Kingham, are acknowledged.

 

2016 Congress Results

Sunday 2nd October saw the second RACV Bridge Congress successfully run at the RACV City Club.   26 tables competed over 6 rounds of Swiss pairs scring, and our congratulations to the overall winners, C. Ding and D. Nie, and to runners-up R. Kingham and A. Rose.
Full results are available on Martin Willcox' site (Click here).

Thanks to Martin Willcox for another well run competition, to our Congress committee for their work, and to RACV Club for their support and organisation for this event.

Mary Stoney

Pictured:  A room view: A Division winners pictured with runner-up runners-up H. Smith and R. Stuart:

   

 Pictured B and C Division winners: 

 

 Pictured:  the Engine Room; and a reminder that Bridge is not (quite) everything: