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19th May

On Monday Afternoon three full tables played a short full Howell movement. Top of the field were Glenys Barton & Roy Blackmore with 61.67.

Lesley Kinch & Helen Appleby were second with 58.33. Congratulations to Helen on her first Master Points.

On Monday Evening nine and half tables played a single winner Bowman Mitchell movement, keeping the boards in play to 27 and the percentage played by all players to at least 81%. A closely fought night was won by Jane Reed & Christine Greenaway with 59.82, possibly their best result yet! Pam Southern & Ken Fernie took second with 59.64 followed by Geoff Bennett & Helen Foster with 59.11. 56.77 kept Chris Cooper & Wendy Crees            just ahead of Clare & Marion Dixon with 56.25; and Mary Kerridge & Betty Pickard took sixth with 55.95.

On Tuesday Afternoon of last week nine full tables were led by Dennis Angove & Rosemary Jordan with 63.10. Alison Hatswell & Alan Page followed with 61.51. Edwige Quick & Sue Robards took third with 59.52. Margaret Sedgley & Angela Hobbs were fourth with 59.13; Chris Cooper & Cecilia Walker were fifth with 56.35; and Nicky & Jim Bainbridge took sixth with 55.56.

A three table Full Howell on Thursday Evening saw Dennis Angove & Rosemary Jordan take first place with 69.00 followed by Janet O'Connor & Don Prowse with 54.00. Zena Hutchinson has extended her lead in the individual Champagne Handicap, but the second prize is still unsure with two events to go.

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Wednesday Practice
Friendly Practice

Practice for Novices and Social Players Wednesday mornings 10.00-12.00

  • Brief Summary of the Topic of the Session from a qualified teacher.
  • Play a set of boards ALL designed for Practice of the Topic.
  • Topic will be on the web site prior to the session.
  • During the teaching term, Wednesday Practice topics will follow the Bridge 2 curriculum.
  • This is an excellent chance to reinforce your learning, or to revise the material, or just have fun ensuring your understanding of the basics.
  • Use notes, books, ask for help.
  • There is a host, so you do not have to bring a partner.
  • There is a break with coffee, tea and biscuits.
  • The session is scored so that you see the effect of your play on the score. However, because it is an assisted session there are no EBU Master Points to be had and the results do not contribute to your National Grade. The sessions are recorded with the EBU and do attract magazine points.
  • Both Club Members and Visitors are welcome at these practice sessions.
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