Social Duplicate is played every Thursday afternoon at 1445hrs. All members and visitors welcome.
Sarum Bridge Club aims to provide competitive but friendly duplicate bridge in pleasant surroundings. It is affiliated to the English Bridge Union and Wiltshire Contract Bridge Association.
The Club meets each Monday and Wednesday evening (no bridge second Wednesday in the month) in the Reading Room, Stratford Sub Castle, Salisbury. It is nearly opposite St Lawrence Church.
Social duplicate bridge takes place on Thursday afternoons at 1445hrs
Hands are duplicated and Master Points awarded.
New Members and Visitors are always welcome. The club has a stewarding system most evenings (please check club programme) so single players are very welcome.
For further information about Sarum Bridge Club contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Champions - Georgie Dalton and Sonia Blandy
Mixed Pairs - Pat Ussher and Mike Osullivan
Teams - Sonia Blandy, Georgie Dalton, Dave Hale and Paul Wright
Handicap Teams - John Dalton, David Hands, Philip Nind and Fiona Kempson
Handicap Pairs - Brian Johnson/Sue Hands & Terry Hillman/Jenny Coate
Mens Pairs - David Clayton and Sid Adcock
Ladies Pairs - Sue Hands and Jenny Coates
Bridge is an extremely enjoyable game. Courteous behaviour is an exceptionally important part of that enjoyment.
Make bridge enjoyable for yourself, partner and opponents.
Basic Rule of Bridge Etiquette 1. Be nice, smile. No matter how good or poor you play bridge, you are an Ambassador for the game. You can drive people away or you can make them love it. We need people.
Any member requiring a partner should advertise their availability by using the "find a partner" option on the left hand menu. This system will supplement and not replace the Club stewarding system.
Congratulations to recent Club 2018/19 Winners
10 Dec 18 - Mens Pairs - Sid Adock and David Clayton
10 Dec 18 - Ladies Pairs - Jenny Coats and Sue Hands
12 Nov 18 - Mixed Pairs - Pat Ussher and Mike OSullivan
Try to avoid slow play, it spoils the enjoyment of your opposition.
If you want to keep a score sheet then always make the lead before writing down the contract.
Be ready to play when the movement is called, only go into the kitchen for a drink etc. when you are ahead of play and have some waiting time.