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3rd March

On Monday Afternoon the latest short pairs session was won by Lyn and Bill Stubbins and Glenys Barton and Jan Maxon came second out of eight pairs competing.

 

Nine full tables played a single winner Mitchell pairs session on Monday Evening. After a fiercely competitive evening top spot was shared by Maxwell Kynoch & Malcolm Melrose and Brian Richardson & Keith Lodge, both scoring 61.90. Separated by a tiny internal, in third were Daphne Rourke & Nicky Bainbridge with 61.61 and still within 1% of the leaders Geoff Bennett & Helen Foster scored 61.01. Brian Mawby & David Reed were fifth with 57.44 and Maxine Ross & Carole Broadhurst sixth with 54.76.

 

On Tuesday Afternoon of last week ten full tables, playing a single winner Mitchell movement, were led by Pat Exelby & Gerald Clay with 68.33. Brian Mawby & David Reed followed, scoring 63.33. 63.06 saw Jim & Nicky Bainbridge into third place followed by

Edwige Quick & Sue Robards with 60.56; Cynthia Martin & Malcolm Fawcett with 57.22; Roy Blackmore & Keith Montford with 55.00; and Roy Roberts & Alison Hatswell with 51.67.

 

Seven pairs competed in the Thursday Evening Champagne Handicap. Graham Clarke & Pat Exelby scored a strong 68.06 followed by Chris Cooper & Cecilia Walker with 56.94. Janet O’Connor and Zena Hutchinson hold the top two slots in the Champagne ladder but Daphne Rourke, Don Prowse, Cynthia Martin and Janet Stuchbury are in hot pursuit and there are still five events to go!

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Mentored Pivot Teams
Mentored Pivot Teams

This is a chance to play randomly dealt hands with or against an experienced player and then take several minutes to discuss the hand, how it was played and how it might have been played. The same hand is played at other tables, and you will have a chance to understand the differences.

Play is between teams of four players, each led by an experienced player. For each of the three rounds you will swap partners, so you play one round with a mentor, and two against.

Hands will be scored both on a radio linked table scorer and on personal score cards. At the end of each round you return to your team to compare the results you have with your team mates. This provides a chance to understand team scoring, checking it against the computer.

The session is suitable for players of some experience and the fee is at the advanced lesson rate.

There are up to 12 places at each session and we need to know the number of  players to make sure we have full teams for the session. So please let us know if you would like to attend.

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