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17th November

On Monday nine full tables played a single winner Mitchell movement.   After quite a tussle, Brian Mawby & David Reed came first with 62.80. Maintaining their consistent form, Adrian Williams & Don Prowse came second with 61.90. Malcolm Melrose & Maxwell Kynoch were third with 57.74; Chris Cooper & Wendy Crees were fourth with 56.55; Peter & Vera Iredale were fifth with 55.65; and Helen Foster & Geoff Bennett came sixth with 54.76. The hands were capricious causing wide varieties of contract and success. Out of 27 boards, each played eight times, eight produced eight different results, and nine produced seven different results. No one, however, would play any contract on Board 17, which was passed out eight times, a very rare event!

On Tuesday Afternoon of last week the unusual pairing of Brian Mawby & Edwige Quick won by a clear 3% with 66.67. Frank Grace & Isobel Ross followed with 63.49. Alan Page & John Chard were third with 58.33; Don Prowse & Brenda Berger were fourth with 53.70; Cynthia Martin & Malcolm Fawcett were fifth with 52.38; and Barrie & Lynne Bemand were sixth with 51.98.

On Thursday evening five full tables played a Howell movement.  Richard & Rhona Holland just kept ahead of Janet O'Connor & Don Prowse with 57.81 and 57.29 respectively. Brian Mawby & David Reed were third with 55.21 and Janet Stuchbury & Zena Hutchinson were fourth with 54.69. Zena and Janet retain their lead in the Champagne Handicap, but we’re not half way through the series yet!

On Wednesday morning twenty one players practiced opening and bidding on a mixture of weak and strong unbalanced hands. This week it's competing with a 1NT opening.

On Monday morning nine players practiced using transfers for weak take out, next week it's the strong stuff!

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Dunchurch Village Hall

Our main venue for teaching and playing sessions

Northamptonshire Contract Bridge Association Rugby Village Bridge Club is affiliated to NCBA. They run leagues and competitions for clubs and members.
Lutterworth Bridge Club Lutterworth Bridge Club is a few miles north of Rugby. Lutterworth Bridge Club, meets on Wednesday evenings (7pm), at Cotesbach Village Hall. You’ll find quality EBU affiliated bridge played in a good spirit.
Coventry and North Warwickshire Bridge Club

Coventry and North Warwickshire is a major bridge club with custom built bridge playing facilities. Only 30 minutes from Rugby, in Binley on the East side of Coventry, there are a variety of duplicate pairs evenings and teaching on offer.

They also run the famous Coventry Pairs League, once a month during the winter season. With five or six divisions, it's a chance to play the same cards as, and in the same room as some county, national and international players.

Bridge Holiday Company

We don't know very much about this company, but the web site looks very attractive.....

Rugby and District Bridge League
Mr Bridge A useful bridge site with a library of systems and conventions and a regular newsletter
Warwickshire Contract Bridge Association

WCBA is the county organisation for most EBU affiliated duplicate bridge clubs in Warwickshire, Coventry and Birmingham. They run many competitions and an excellent programme for Improvers.

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