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Bude Bridge Club Committee

 

The Club Committee for 2022/23

 Chairman:  Deb Delvalle

Treasurer:     Steve Trenner

Committee Members: Mary Hicks, Linda Ashworth, Tertia Salt, Julia Hilder

Directors
Directors

The Directors' rota for this year:

Tuesdays:  Chris, Steve and Neil (see Calendar)

Wednesdays:  Deb

   
EBU Royalty 2022
EBU Royalty 2022

The Club has several regular members in the 'Royalty and Honours' of the current EBU National Grading Scheme as of 1st September 2022..

The Club's inactivity during the pandemic has led to several members dropping off the leader board.

King :  Steve Clifton

Jack:  Chris Nichols, Rob Irish

10s:    Ann Bennett,  Bob Bennett

Emerging Royalty (played fewer than 1000 hands )

10: Neil Trenaman, Nick Akers

 

 

Promotions
Promotions

Congratulstions to Val Ridding, recently promoted by the EBU to the rank of Area Master.

TABLE MONEY
TABLE MONEY

All sessions (Tuesdays and  Wednesdays)   £3

Visitors £4

Annual subscription: £5

Contact Us
Contact Us

To contact us, please contact Deb Delvalle.

Mr. Bridge Quiz
Mr. Bridge Quiz

Try the 'Mr. Bridge' quiz!

Updated every Tuesday.

http://www.mrbridge.co.uk/

North Cornwall Bridge Clubs
North Cornwall Bridge Clubs

As well as Bude, there are 3 other EBU affiliated bridge clubs in North Cornwall - Bodmin, Newquay and Wadebridge.

They share a website at www.bridgewebs.com/northcornwall

News Page
This page has information and news of interest to the members. For a full list of forthcoming events, see "Calendar" on the menu and for a list of results see "Results".
Blue and White Books
Blue and White Books

The EBU have produced 2 new books. The Blue Book takes the place of the current Orange and Tangerine Books.

http://www.ebu.co.uk/documents/laws-and-ethics/blue-book/blue-book.pdf

There is also an updated White Book. This is for Tournament directors but there will be members who will find this enlightening! 

http://www.ebu.co.uk/documents/laws-and-ethics/white-book/white-book-2013.pdf

Last updated : 15th Dec 2013 10:26 GMT
The Master Point Scheme

Local Master          100

Club Master           200

Area Master           500

District Master       1000

County Master       2500

Master                   5000

Advanced Master  7500

*Master                 10000

**Master                15000

***Master               20000

****Master              25000

*****Master            30000

Tournament Master 40000

Last updated : 5th Mar 2014 13:45 GMT

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Last updated : 19th Jun 2015 16:20 BST

When to Call the Director

 

FACED OPENING LEAD OUT OF TURN (LAW 54)

 

If an opening lead is made from the wrong hand, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

They will give you the 5 options.

No action should be taken until all the options have been given and considered.

The options are considered by the DECLARER ONLY, without consulting their partner.

 

LEAD OUT OF TURN (LAWS 53, 54, 55, 56.)

 

If there has been a Lead out of Turn, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

They will decide whether the Lead has been accepted or not.

They will then give you the options.

No action should be taken until all the options have been given and considered.

 

INSUFFICIENT BID  (LAW 27)

 

CALL THE DIRECTOR. They will give you the options.

No action should be taken until all the options have been given and considered.

 

REVOKE  (LAW 63)

 

If a revoke is thought to have been established, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

The Director will decide whether the revoke has been established.

If it has NOT been established, the Director will tell you what the Law says about Penalty Cards and subsequent play.

 

If the revoke has become established,  then play continues.

 

At the end of the hand, if the Director has deemed that the Revoke had been established, THE DIRECTOR IS CALLED BACK to make rectification.

 

CALL OUT OF ROTATION (LAW 29)

 

If a call is made out of rotation, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

This may be quite complicated, so please be patient while the Director explains.

 

  UNAUTHORISED INFORMATION (LAW 16)

 

Unauthorised Information can be given accidentally in many ways.

When a player considers that an opponent has made such information available and that damage could well result, they may announce that they ‘Reserve the Right to summon the Director later’.

If the opponents dispute the facts, CALL THE DIRECTOR IMMEDIATELY.

When a player has substantial reason to believe that bidding or play has been affected by the Unauthorised information, CALL THE DIRECTOR at the end of the hand.

 

OTHER COMMON DIRECTOR ‘PROBLEMS’:

 

PLACEMENT OF BOARD  LAW 7

If a player doesn’t want the board in the centre of the table, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

It is needed so that all players can check the Board Number and the vulnerability.

 

DUMMY  (LAWS 42 and 43)

 

Dummy is very limited as what they may do.

 

In brief, Dummy plays the cards as the Declarer’s agent and must generally keep quiet except to prevent any irregularity by Declarer.

 

If they exceed their limitations and you feel damaged, please CALL THE DIRECTOR.

 

CLAIMS (LAWS 68, 69 and 70)

 

If a Claim of tricks won (or lost) is made, play ceases.

 

Players may NOT ask for the hand to be played out.

 

The Claim MUST be accompanied by a full description of how the hand would be played in order to win the claimed tricks.

 

If the Claim is then disputed, either because the Claim is incorrect, or, if no description is given and there is an alternative play that would not give the same tricks, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

 

  ANNOUNCEMENTS (ORANGE BOOK 5A and B)

 

Announcing is compulsory (5B2). Announce only partner’s calls, never your own.

Announce the range of a 1 No Trump opening bid. Say, for example, ’12 to 14’. If relevant, also say, ‘May contain a singleton’.

Announce if your partner responds with Stayman or a Transfer after a 1 No Trump opening bid. Say, ‘Stayman’ or ‘Hearts’ or ‘Spades’ (NOTE: Alert, don’t announce, 2 Spades if it is a transfer to Clubs).

Announce the strength of your partners opening 2 of a suit. Say ’Weak’, or ‘Strong non-forcing’ or ‘Strong forcing’. If it is a Precision 2 Clubs, announce ‘Intermediate’.

If it is a strong Acol or a Benji 2 Clubs, ALERT, don’t announce.

In general, DON’T ALERT ANY BID OVER 3 NO TRUMPS.

 

INSPECTION OF TRICKS (LAW 66)

 

So long as their side has not led or played to the next trick, any player (except Dummy) may, until they have turned their own card face down, require that all cards just played to the trick be faced. Thereafter, the cards of quitted tricks may not be inspected.

 

CONDUCT AND ETIQUETTE  (LAW 74)

 

A player should maintain a courteous attitude at all times.

If you are concerned about your opponent’s conduct, CALL THE DIRECTOR.

 

Last updated : 18th Sep 2016 11:12 BST
Jean Hemmerle
Jean Hemmerle

The club are sad to hear of the passing of one of our dear founder members, Jean Hemmerle.

Jean was a much-loved member always cheeful and full of fun.

She was an excellent card player and for many years developed a formidable partnership with Mary Hopgood.

Jean will be greatly missed.

Last updated : 1st Apr 2017 10:21 BST
Grand Slam Champion!
Grand Slam Champion!

Linda Ashworth was crowned Grand Slam Champion 2017 for successfully bidding and making 3 Grand Slams during the season, each with a different partner.

The 'John and Bill Grand Slam Decanter Label' adorns a well-deserved bottle of gin.

Last updated : 2nd Dec 2017 13:58 GMT
Mix and Match Champions!
Mix and Match Champions!

Maureen Fallows and Bob Bennett were convincing winners of the Leslie Davis Mix and Match Cup.

Last updated : 2nd Dec 2017 13:58 GMT
Club Champions 2017
Club Champions 2017

At our recent Annual General Meeting, Steven Clifton and Alan Biggs picked up  the John Ridding Club Championship.

Alan also won the Clifton Trophy with Rob Mabley.

 

Last updated : 17th Jan 2018 22:20 GMT
Team winners
Team winners

The winners of the Club Teams Championship 2017 were  Stephen Smith, Ann Bennett, Micheline Smith and Bob Bennett.

Micheline and Stephen also won the Noth Coast Wine Handicap Pairs, and Bob joined Maureen Fallows in winning the Leslie Davies Mix and Match Trophy.

Last updated : 17th Jan 2018 22:21 GMT
Sad News

It is with sadness that we learned of the passing of Jacqueline Russell, aged 94, peacefully last Sunday.

A long-time member of the club, Jacky was a feisty bridge player, known for her unauthodox bidding and masterful card play, winning the Club Teams Championship in 2003 at the age of 80!

She continued to play at the club until well into her 90s.

Last updated : 24th May 2018 14:38 BST
Club Champions 2018
Club Champions 2018

Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols with the John Ridding Club Championship trophies.

Last updated : 30th May 2018 20:28 BST
Grand Slam Champ!
Grand Slam Champ!

Mary Hopgood was our Grand Slam winner this year, bidding and making twice as many Grand slams as any other member.

Last updated : 30th May 2018 20:30 BST
Wednesday Champions
Wednesday Champions

Hilary Doren (pictured) partnered Gill Lowe to win the Christine Carey Trophy.

Last updated : 30th May 2018 20:30 BST
Mix and Match winners 2018.
Mix and Match winners 2018.

Linda Ashworth teamed up with Paul Creighton to win the Mix and Match trophy 2018.

Last updated : 3rd Apr 2019 18:57 BST
Thank you!
Thank you!

Many thanks to all members who helped raise a magnificent £95 for the Cornwall Air Ambulance at the Bude Heritage Day last weekend.

Last updated : 5th Aug 2019 11:05 BST
Letter to EBU Magazine, December 2018

Lovely Cornwall  

'On a recent, extended and lonely babysitting holiday in the Bude area, I phoned and asked if it was possible to play at the local bridge club. The response was immediate and very welcoming: partners were organised at short notice and I can recommend Deb Delvalle and Ann Bennett (who organises partners) and all the members for their friendliness and warmth towards a 'bridging stranger'. Their kindness changed the time spent there to a lovely memory'.

(English Bridge magazine Issue 280, page 59)

Last updated : 31st Aug 2019 12:44 BST
Brian Relton

We are very sad to learn of the death of Brian Relton on September 9th.

Brian was a member of Bude Bridge Club for many years, serving as Chairman and Director.

He was responsible for the success of the later Bude Bridge Congresses at the Strand Hotel, organising with his quiet manner and great efficiency.

As Chairman, he updated the Constitution and introduced a more organised playing environment.

Brian was a very accomplished bridge player, winning the Club Championship in 2002, 2008 and 2009, and the Teams Championship in 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006.

He played for many years in the Cornwall C Team with his wife Elaine, with both Dave Voller and Linda, and Chris and Jane, winning the Western Counties League in 2017.

When he and Elaine moved to Newquay, he was honoured with Life Membership of the club.

His attention to detail was second to none and he will be greatly missed.

We all send our heartfelt condolences to Elaine and the family.

Last updated : 1st Oct 2019 13:33 BST
Jug of Bridge Wisdom

2017 (Gill Lowe) ' Be Kind to your partner'

2018 (Alison Osborne) 'A test of your skill against your opponents' luck'

2019  (Tim Benson and Gill Lowe) ' After the darkest night, the sun will rise'

Last updated : 20th Dec 2019 14:25 GMT
Seasons Greetings!
Seasons Greetings!

        A Very Happy 2020 to All!

Bridge recommences in 2020 on Tuesday, January 7th (Handicap Pairs) and Wednesday 8th.

Last updated : 29th Jan 2020 19:19 GMT
Coronavirus
Coronavirus

 

Coronavirus  (Covid-19)

 We must take it seriously; we are the “at risk” group. 

 Worst case scenario might mean suspension of play.

 For now we should be following the guidelines on prevention & containment, and keeping cards  and bidding boxes clean. 

 It’s a fluid situation and we will try to keep up to date.

 In the meantime:

PLEASE self-isolate if you have been to an affected area. 

 Do not play if you are not feeling completely well. 

 Wash hands frequently with soap and water.  We request all players to wash their hands before touching any thing in the Bridge cupboards and before entering the bridge room.

 Use alcohol gel or hand rub.  Best practice would be to use alcohol gel between EVERY hand.

 Practise respiratory hygiene, cover mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing and discard tissues immediately into a closed bin, then clean your hands with alcohol-based hand rub or soap and water.

 Avoid making contact between players' hands and mouths prior to touching their cards.

  Use air dryer or disposable paper towels to dry hands. 

Maintain social distancing.  Clearly this is the hardest in a bridge club, but many clubs have enough space to spread tables out so that people are not on top of each other.

 

Last updated : 17th Mar 2020 11:15 GMT
Inaugural Beryl Mardon Trophy winner
Inaugural Beryl Mardon Trophy winner

Maureen Fallows is the first-ever winner of the new Beryl Mardon Cup for service to the club,  voted on by the members.

Last updated : 5th Apr 2020 13:45 BST
Collian Bowl Winners 2019
Collian Bowl Winners 2019

Annie Quartermain and Rob Irish were awarded the Collian Bowl 2019 at the AGM.

AGM photos by Bob Bennett

Last updated : 5th Apr 2020 13:45 BST
Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour

 

Club Championship – Mary Francis Cup

 

1991    Simon and Angela Ainger

1992    Veronica Thres and Nora Routledge

1993    John Justice and Bill Walton

1994    Simon and Angela Ainger

1995    Simon and Angela Ainger

1996    Tad and Eva Sochanik

1997    Frank and Doris Clifton

1998    Ray Bird and Alan Curtis

1999    Brian Rogers and John Hudson

2000    Ray Bird and John Justice

2001    Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols

2002    Brian and Elaine Relton

2003    Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols

2004    June Justice and Linda Ashworth

2005    Alan Merchant-White and Dave Lincoln

2006    Linda Ashworth and Dave Voller

2007    Linda Ashworth and Dave Voller

2008    Brian and Elaine Relton

2009    Brian and Elaine Relton

2010    Roger Alway and Chris Nichols

2011    Steven and Charles Clifton

2012    Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols

The John Ridding Club Championship

2013   Steven and Charles Clifton

2014   Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols

2015   Steven and Charles Clifton

      2016   Alan Biggs and Carole Reid

      2017   Alan Biggs and Steven Clifton.

      2018   Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols.

      2019   Alan Biggs and Paul Creighton

      2020  Steven Clifton and David Clarke

Teams Championship

1991 Wilf and Nora Routledge, Dick and Joan Godden

1992 Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols, Marian Grimshaw  and Pat Clark

1993 Veronica Thres and Nora Routledge, Dick and Joan Godden

1994 Veronica Thres and Nora Routledge, Dick and Joan Godden

1995 Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols, Marian Grimshaw and Pat Clark

1996 Ron and Paula Mansfield, Tad and Eva Sochanik

1997 Ray Bird and John Hudson, Dick Godden and Paul Laming

1998 Ray Bird and John Hudson, Dick Godden and Paul Laming

1999 Ray Bird and Mary Barr-Hall, John Hudson and June Justice

2000 Lillian Roger and Godfrey Newcombe, Brian and Elaine Relton

2001 John Justice and George Dunkin, Dave Voller and Linda Ashworth

2002 Maureen Keane and Ursula Wilde, Brian and Elaine Relton

2003 Maureen Keane and Ursula Wilde, Jacqueline Russell and Brian Morgan

2004 June Justice and Mary Barr-Hall, Ray Bird and Brian Relton

2005 Linda Ashworth and Dave Voller, John Ridding and George Dunkin

2006 Brian and Elaine Relton, June Justice and Mary Barr-Hall

2007 June Justice and Colin Hollister, Mary Barr-Hall and Elaine Relton

2008 June Justice and Colin Hollister, Elaine Relton and Alan Biggs

2009 June Justice and Colin Hollister, Elaine Relton and Alan Biggs

2010 Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols, Alan Merchant-White and Dave Lincoln

2011 Jenny Tregarthen and Charles Clifton, Ian Edwards and Alan Biggs

2012 Mary Hopgood and Sylvia Rogers, Brian Morgan and Brian Rogers

2013 Jacqueline Russell and James Sim, Brian Morgan and Brian Rogers

2014 Steven Clifton and Dave Clarke, Ian Edwards and Alan Biggs 

2015 Steven Clifton and Dave Clarke,Alan Biggs and Carole Reid

2016 Steven Clifton and Dave Clarke,Alan Biggs and Carole Reid

2017 Bob Bennett and Ann Bennett, Stephen Smith and Micheline Smith

2018 Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey, Neil Trenaman and Sarah Trenaman 

2019 Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey, Neil Trenaman and Sarah Trenaman 

2020 Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey, Neil Trenaman and Sarah Trenaman

Last updated : 10th Apr 2020 14:12 BST
FRANK AND DORIS CLIFTON TROPHY

 

 2010  Mary Hopgood & Jean Hemmerle

2011 Mary and David Hicks.

2012 George Booth and Paul Laming.

2013 Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey.

2014 Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey.

2015 Steven and Charles Clifton.

2016 Steven Clifton and Linda Ashworth.

2017 Alan Biggs and Robert Mabley.

2018 Alan Biggs and Robert Mabley.

2019 Steven Clifton and David Clarke..

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Last updated : 12th May 2020 12:44 BST
Competition Winners 2019/2020

 

The John Ridding Club Championship

Steven Clifton and David Clarke
 

 

 

Teams of Four

Neil and Sarah Trenaman, Jane Koldewey and Chris Nichols 

Collian Bowl

Tertia and Tom Salt

Handicap Pairs

Maureen Fallows and Ian Curtis

Doris and Frank Clifton Trophy

Steve Clifton and David Clarke

June Justice Individual

Neil Trenaman

Jug of Bridge Wisdom

(See News Page)

Gill Lowe and Tim Benson
Beryl Mardon Memorial Trophy Deb Delvalle 

John and Bill Grand Slam Bottle

Alan Merchant-White, Steve Trenner, Chris Nichols  
 

 

 

 

Last updated : 19th Jan 2021 22:14 GMT
Annual General Meeting 2021
Annual General Meeting 2021

 The  Annual General Meeting will be held 'virtually' on Tuesday, April 6th, starting at 6 p.m.

Bob will be sending an email to all members, who can login to the Zoom event from 5.45 p.m.

All members should have received an email giving details of the AGM, the Acting Chair's Report and the Acting Treasurer's Financial Statement.

We are seeking nominations for the Acting Committee, to make decisions until such time as we are able to call an Extraordinary General Meeting.

The present members of the Acting Committee are:

Acting Chair:  Chris Nichols

Acting Treasurer: Stephen Smith

Acting Committee members: Maureen Fallows, Steve Trenner, Neil Trenaman.

Last updated : 6th Apr 2021 20:41 BST
Alan Merchant-White
Alan Merchant-White

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Alan Merchant-White last Saturday (July 3rd).

I'm sure we all join with Deb's tribute:

'We can't imagine what Wednesdays will be without him. He was so welcoming, and so engaging....

and we all became doublers because of his sometimes outrageous slam tries. We were all shown how it's possible, with the right hands, to make slams with a lot fewer points than the books said...'

A gentleman of memorable culinary skills, artistic genius, generous heart and a great sense of humour. Sadly missed. Rest in Peace.

Last updated : 2nd Sep 2021 18:36 BST
Falmouth Salver
Falmouth Salver

We are delighted that two of our members have won the Falmouth Salver 2021, the first major County tournament of the year.

Playing online from Stratton, Chris Nichols partnered Steven Clifton in Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands against 23 other pairs throughout the County and beyond.

Their winning percentage of 70% was the highest in the competition's history.

Last updated : 6th Oct 2021 17:51 BST
In Memorium

Alan Merchant-White

It is with great sadness that we learn of the passing of Alan Merchant-White on July 3rd.

I'm sure we all join with Deb's tribute:

'We can't imagine what Wednesdays will be without him. He was so welcoming, and so engaging....

and we all became doublers because of his sometimes outrageous slam tries. We were all shown how it's possible, with the right hands, to make slams with a lot fewer points than the books said...'

A gentleman of memorable culinary skills, artistic genius, generous heart and a great sense of humour. Sadly missed. Rest in Peace.

Peggy Cann was a founder member of the club and had a wicked sense of humour!

She was a delight to play with and against and was always complementing the opposition on good play.

‘Oh, well done!’ could always be relied on if someone made a difficult contract.

Such a lovely lady, sorely missed.

George Booth, a staunch member of the club for many years, has also sadly passed away.

We will remember him as a true gentleman of the bridge table, always calm and polite with a gentle manner and lively sense of humour.

Kathleen Bence was a regular at the club until recent years. She had a very competitive style and always complimented others on good play. She passed away peacefully in December..

Our thoughts are with their family and friends.

Last updated : 6th Oct 2021 17:51 BST
Club Champions 2020
Club Champions 2020

David Clarke and Steven Clifton are this year's Club Champions, pictured here receiving their virtual John Ridding trophies.

They also teamed up to win the Clifton Trophy.

Last updated : 6th Oct 2021 17:52 BST
Team Champions 2020
Team Champions 2020

 Sarah and Neil Trenaman teamed up with Chris Nichols and Jane Koldewey to win the club Teams Championship for the third successive year in 2020.

Neil was also winner of the June Justice Individual Championship.

Last updated : 6th Oct 2021 17:52 BST
 

Members who would like to play Online during the Corona crisis can contact our Covid-19 Secretary:  

Chris Nichols is the club's crisis co-ordinator.
Please contact him on 01288 355075
or email chrisdnichols2@gmail.com

 
 
Last updated : 2nd Nov 2021 17:29 GMT
Bude Bridge Club  LIVE!

   We have started face-to-face bridge again!  Come and join us on Tuesday evenings from 

  7 - 10.30 p.m.  - arrive by 6.50, please      at the Parkhouse Centre, Bude

This will be competitive bridge with Masterpoints.

Please observe all COVID precautions:

Bring a mask, in case your partner or opponents are COVID cautious (there are over 50 cases at present in Bude)

Keep socially distanced as much as possible - we shall spread the tables out as much as possible.

Bring your own drink and mug - biscuits will be provided.

£2.50 pp table money (£3 as from January) - no visitors at present, please

  as well as continuing on WEDNESDAYS

  (please arrive 1.45 for a 2pm start playing until 5ish)

when Duplicate Bridge is played in a relaxed environment (no Masterpoints) - 18 to 21 hands or as time permits.  

All levels welcome including beginner players and those coming back to our great game - this is the place to start!

 If you need a partner for a Wednesday session call Deb on 01840 230510

Please bring you own drink and mug - biscuits will be provided.  

Table money £2.50 per person.(£3 from January)

Last updated : 14th Dec 2021 11:17 GMT

Seasons Greetings!

From us all at Bude Bridge Club,

 a Very Happy, safe and healthy New Year!

More news on Face-to-Face Bridge later in the New Year.

Last updated : 25th Jan 2022 18:29 GMT
Handicap Pairs 2019-2020

Winners of the wine prizes for this season:

September: Maureen Fallows and Ian Curtis

October: Noreen Heslop and Margaret Swayne

November:  Terry Abbott and Neil Trenaman

December: Paul Creighton and Alan Biggs

January: Annie Quartermain and Tilly Peck

February: Jenny Tregarthen and Linda Ashworth

March: Mike Newman and Rob Irish

Last updated : 19th Apr 2022 18:13 BST
Trophy Winners 2019/2020
Trophy Winners 2019/2020

In case you have forgotten, the following Trophies will be awarded at the 2022 AGM.

The Roll of Honour for 2019/2020 was

Club Champions:  David Clarke and Steven Clifton

Teams Champions:  Chris Nichols, Jane Koldewey, Neil and Sarah Trenaman

Collian Bowl:  Tertia and Tom Salt

Handicap Pairs:  Maureen Fallows and Ian Curtis

Winners of the wine prizes for the season:

September: Maureen Fallows and Ian Curtis

October: Noreen Heslop and Margaret Swayne

November:  Terry Abbott and Neil Trenaman

December: Paul Creighton and Alan Biggs

January: Annie Quartermain and Tilly Peck

February: Jenny Tregarthen and Linda Ashworth

March: Mike Newman and Rob Irish

Clifton Trophy:  Steven Clifton and David Clarke

June Justice Individual Champion:  Neil Trenaman

Jug of Bridge Wisdom:  Not awarded

Beryl Mardon Memorial Trophy:  Deb Delvalle

John and Bill Grand Slam Bottle:  Alan Merchant-White, Steve Trenner and Chris Nichols

Last updated : 24th Apr 2022 20:16 BST
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - APRIL 26th
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING - APRIL 26th

The Annual General Meeting 2022, scheduled to be be held on Tuesday, April 19th, has been postponed until Tuesday, April 26th at 6.30 pm..

All members are encouraged to attend, and to stay afterwards to play (finish by 10 pm)

All necessary paperwork will be circulated to members by email prior to the meeting.

Please note that the Prizegiving of trophies for the 2019/2020 season has been postponed until all winners are present.

Last updated : 27th Apr 2022 09:13 BST
Wednesday Winners
Wednesday Winners

The Wednesday Champions 2017 were Alan Merchant-White and Ian Curtis, winning the Christine Carey Trophy.

Last updated : 11th May 2022 18:23 BST