Member Seeking Partner from 11th December
Kay Carbery is available to partner anyone who is free. Kay's number is 086 8536133
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Acorn Charity night Tuesday Nov 19th at 7.15pm in the Milford Room Seven Oaks.
In aid of Eist - the cancer support organisation. Please support- if unable to attend on the night, a donation would be greatly appreciated.
It is hoped that each partnership will provide a prize for the night in order to maximise our overall contribution.
Please note that there will be graded sections so you will be playing with players of roughly equal ability. Our target is to raise 1,000 Euro. Other clubs are being notified. If each of our club members attend (or gives a donation), we will be well on the way to achieving this target.
Congratulations to David Cope and Pat McCormick on finishing 14th nationally in the Tuesday Simultaneous pairs. You can view results by Simultaneous Pairs
No Fear Bridge:
To get the special six weeks free trial for Acorn Bridge Club members by clicking the link below. No Fear bridge
You will receive a reminder email when your free trial is due to expire. Should you wish to become a member you can get 25% off a one year membership by using the coupon code - ask me for this (I'm not allowed to publish this).
To sign up for paid membership:
First log in. Then click 'My Account' button. Select a one year membership and enter the coupon code which you can get from me . (I can text this to you - contact me on 086 8141851 if you want the code). The discount is applied on the checkout page.
Email No fear Bridge at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any further assistance.
Player of the Year Competition
This competition is based on the 20 best results achieved over the season. If you play more than 20 events, only the best 20 are included. 8,7,6,5,4,3,2,and 1 points are awarded for a net 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc respectively for each competition. The average number of points achieved is the total number of points achieved divided by 20. The more often you play, the better your chance. In the early stages of the competition, since no one has played 20 events, the average is calculated on a "pro-rata" basis. Thus, at the moment we have played roughly 30% of the years events so 60% of 20 is 12. Thus the best 12 events played to date make up your average. Everyone has the same chance as the outcome is based on handicaps. An event must have 6 or more tables to qualify for inclusion.