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Congratulations to Paul St. Quintin and Geoff Davies who came 3rd nationally in the recent Wednesday night EBU simultaneous pairs competition.  Sue Gudgeon and Malcolm Scard, who just beat Paul and Geoff in our Axe session, came 12th when scored nationally.

 

VISITORS

Potential visitors should contact the club in advance since we are currently controlling bookings as part of our Covid-19 precautions.  (Use 'contact us' under 'Information' above.)

Welcome to CHEDDAR BRIDGE CLUB
AXE Virtual Bridge Club

The Axe Virtual Bridge Club, consisting of Wedmore, Cheddar and Winscombe clubs, plays on Bridge Base Online on Monday & Wednesday evenings from 7 pm to about 9 pm.  Click on 'Axe Virtual Bridge Club' in the left hand menu for full details.

Normal meetings restarting!
Normal meetings restarting!

Our friendly club participates in the twice-weekly online Axe BBO duplicate events and we have just restarted face to face events with Wedmore Bridge Club on an ad-hoc basis.  See the calendar for times and places.

CLUB HONOURS
  • 2019 Club Champions
  • 2019 Ladies Pairs
  • 2019 Mens Pairs
  • 2019 Mixed Pairs

2019 Ladies Pairs
Barbara Biggin & Anne Skinner

2019 Mens Pairs
Bob Jepps & Brian Crosby

2019 Mixed Pairs
Brian Crosby & Ronnie Follenfant

2019 Club Champions
Carol Williams & Nora Mallett

Results
Axe Monday Duplicate
Scorer: Frank Coltman
Axe Wednesday Duplicate
Scorer: Frank Coltman
Axe Monday Duplicate
Scorer: Frank Coltman
Axe EBU Duplicate Sim Pairs
Scorer: Frank Coltman
Axe Monday Duplicate
Scorer: Frank Coltman
Calendar
27th Oct 2021
Axe Wednesday Duplicate
BBO 7 pm
1st Nov 2021
Axe Monday Duplicate
BBO 7 pm
3rd Nov 2021
Axe Wednesday Duplicate
BBO 7 pm
8th Nov 2021
Axe Monday Duplicate
BBO 7 pm
10th Nov 2021
Axe Wednesday Duplicate
BBO 7 pm
Reservations

No reservations are required for the next face to face session at Wedmore Village Hall from1:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Monday 25th October.  This is because we will be reverting to the normal practice of sharing just one set of boards and hence do not need to know how many people will be attending.