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16th September

On Monday Evening nine full tables played a single winner movement. Adrian Williams & Don Prowse came first with 65.77 followed by Geoff Bennett & Helen Foster with 58.33. Alan Webb & Chris Cassin were third with 57.14; Mary Kerridge & Betty Pickard were fourth with 55.95; Jim & Nicky Bainbridge were fifth with 54.17; and Maxwell Kynoch & Malcolm Melrose were sixth with 53.87.

Carol and Geoff Davies retain their lead in the Summer Handicap, followed by Alan Webb and Chris Cassin with Ken Fernie and Pam Southern in third place.

On Tuesday afternoon of last week eight full tables were led by Brian Mawby & David Reed on 63.49. Jim & Nicky Bainbridge followed with 57.54 and third were Don Prowse & Brenda Berger with 56.35. Thelma Burton & Ron Woolgar came fourth with 53.17, and fifth were Judy Douglas & Diana Kinch with 51.59 closely followed by David Sanderson & John Crompton with 51.19.

Thursday Evening sessions resumed last week. Until the end of May next year there will be either a Friday Teams competition or a Thursday evening session in each week. Seven pairs played a single winner movement. Top of the form were Brian Mawby & David Reed with 79.17. At some distance Zena Hutchinson & Nicky Bainbridge and Ishar White & Sue Robards shared second place with 55.56.

On Wednesday Morning eighteen players practised opening and re-bidding strong balanced hands, and on Monday Morning fourteen players attended a workshop on Benji.

 

With two new members joining last week our membership has gone over one hundred and fifty for the first time!

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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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