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10th December

On Monday Afternoon of this week ten tables played a Web-Mitchell movement. Bill and Lyn Stubbins lead North / South with 68.25; The East / West was led by Pauline Smith and Margaret Aitchison with 67.86.
On Monday Evening six tables played a ​Double Hesitation movement.​Top were Dennis Angove and Rosemary Jordan with 63.75. 
On Tuesday Afternoon twelve tables played a two-winner Mitchell. Jim Bainbridge and Geoff Bennett led North/South with 62.27. East/West led by Jane Smith and Juliet Pennant with 65.
​Tuesday Evening saw a group of five replay boards from Monday Afternoon and compare their approach with those playing on the day. Opening of stronger hands came up, and some interesting card play questions.​
On Wednesday Morning's Friendly Practice session a chatty but thoughtful six tables learned about ​playing No Trumps contracts.
Saturday saw 76 players take on five matches of six boards. 
£340 was raised for Myton Hospice, there was a quiz and prizes for the best results in Matches two to five. At the end of the day two pairs tied for top place: Brian Mawby & David Reed​ and Chris Cooper & Lo Tolbutt.  

 

When the bridge is too hard.....
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Lutterworth Bridge Club

Lutterworth Bridge Club, meets on Wednesday evenings (7pm), at Cotesbach Village Hall. You’ll find quality EBU affiliated bridge played in a good spirit.

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