Please note that the Thursday Afternoon Duplicate session now starts at 1.45.
Nominations are sought for Committee members, Club Secretary and Chairman prior to the AGM on 24 January 2020. Please contact either Steve Burgoyne or Teresa Griffiths with your nominations
Lessons are held every Monday at 3.15 pm in Nolton Church Hall. We are now into the second year of the course. Lessons will be resumed on 6th. January 2020.
The Club Chairman and the Hon Secretary will not be continuing in post after the end of the year.
Nominations or volunteers are therefore required to fill these posts. If you wish to nominate a club member, or volunteer youself please contact Steve Burgoyne or Teresa Griffiths.
We meet at Nolton Church Hall in the centre of Bridgend on Wednesday and Friday Evenings at 7:00 pm and Thursday afternoons at 2:00 pm. Table money for all sessions is £2.50 for members and £3.50 for non-members except for SIM Events when table money is £5.50 for members and £6.50 for non-members. Session prices include light refreshments. We have ample parking for the evening sessions and good facilites for those with disabilities. Visitors and new members are always welcome so please come along and join us in a friendly game of Bridge. For further information regarding beginner's classes or if you need a partner, please telephone the club chairman on 01656 661968.
Any one left Ford Car Key in Bridgend on Party night 17th January ?
Glyn has them call him on 07472784350.
Very many congratulations to Tony Disley, who, playing with Adrian Thomas, won the recent National Graded Masters Championship at the head of a very strong field at the Gwent Bridge Academy.
Well done to Linda Pinnock and Steve Burgoyne, who, thanks to a strong performance in the second week of the competition, managed to come through the field and win the trophy, with Debbie and Simon Richards in second place and Debbie and Dave Lea third.
Two of the Club Championships were decided recently, both over two Wednesday sessions. Firstly, the Club Teams was won by the quartet of Julian Pottage, Tony Ratcliff, Kevin Maddox and Tony Disley, who comfortably retained the trophy, and then Tony Disley, playing with Mike Best, narrowly snatched the club pairs from last years winners, and reigning National Champion of Champions, Tony Ratcliff and Julian Pottage. Well done to all of them, especially Tony Disley, recording his third victory of the season, thus securing a hatrick of wine bottles, with the Mixed Pairs still to come!