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Brierfield Bridge Club
2 Clitheroe Rd
Telephone 01282 694175
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Honours Board
Pendle Witch Pairs 2015

We had a good turn-out this year with 72 players including 20 members of Brierfield. 

Congratulations to Alan Crabtree and David Spencer who were joint winners of the Middle expert prize and the highest placed Brierfield pair.

It would be nice if more of our members would help host this event  It is good to try and compete in such a good field occasionally.


First Overall:  Rodney Lighton and John Currie

Second Overall:  Sue Woodcock and Stuart Clarke

Third Overall:  Tracy Capal and Tom Cohen

First Middle-expert: (joint)  Alan Crabtree and David Spencer

                                     Wynn Sutherland and Irene Bowers

First Non-expert:  Barbara Eastabrook and Karen Jones

Second Non-expert:  Les Winters and Charles Burton

First session prize:  Ken Hassell and Ian Kane

Second Session Prize:  Bernard and Rhona Goldenfield

Pendle Witch Pairs 2014
  • 1 winners
  • 2nd overall
  • 3rd overall
  • Winners middle expert
  • 2nd middle expert
  • Winners non expert
  • 2nd non expert

See results page for full list. Prizes were awarded as follows:

First Prize: Rodney Lighton and John Currie

2nd place: Neil Thomas and Gillian McMullen

3rd place: Ian Kane and Ken Hassell

Miidle expert winner: Stephen and Cheryl Brown

2nd place middle experts: Judy Solomon and Sheila Judd

Non-expert winner: Irene Boothman and Rose Marston

First session prize: Steve Mattinson and Pauline Lang

Second session prize: Paul and Hilda Williams

Special Award
Special Award
Congratulations to Megan Taft who in 2011 received the prestigious Dimmie Fleming awarded by the EBU.  It was presented to her at the Lancashire Congress event held in our club by Andrew Petrie who is the Vice Chairman of the EBU. The award is "to publicly recognise those people who do not hold an official (i.e. EBU) office, but have, for a long time - say, 20 years or so - worked hard for bridge, usually at County and/or Club level."  It is richly deserved on both counts.