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Player of the Month Record

Player of the Month competition

(re-started in June 2022)

Roll of Honour - Past winners

January 2020

Fran Baxter and Shirley Rowe

February 2020

Cliff and Marion Morris

June 2022

Tony and Janet Cundy

July 2022

Glenys Lamb and Erica Corney

August 2022

Cliff and Marion Morris

September 2022

Myra Robinson and Yvonne Thomas

October 2022

Paul and Bridget Hardstaff

November 2022

Ali Al-Chalabi and Jill Collins

December 2022

Fran Baxter and Shirley Lamb

January 2023

Fran Baxter and Shirley Lamb

February 2023

Cliff and Marion Morris

March 2023

Lilla Baker and David Adderley

April 2023

Fran Baxter

May 2023

Julie Nicholson

June 2023

Julie Nicholson

July 2023

Fran Baxter and Shirley Rowe

August 2023

Lilla Baker

September 2023

Christine and Peter Oldroyd

October 2023

Neal and Linda Heinemann

November 2023

Faye Doble and Shirley Lamb

December 2023

Neal and Linda Heinemann

January 2024

John Pickering and David French

February 2024

Chris and Mike Lynn

March 2024

Geoff Walters

April 2024

Marie Howarth

The Player of the Month award is intended to be achievable by all members of the club.  You must play at least three Wednesdays within the calendar month to qualify for entry.  Each month there is a prize of a box of chocolates, a bottle of wine, or a free night's bridge for two.

Players' (or partnerships') average % score (over the previous 15 sessions) is calculated*

* If you haven't played 15 sessions then all those that you have played will be used

All players monthly average % is calculated over the 3, 4 or 5 sessions that they have played.  The winner is the player (or partnership) whose monthly average most exceeds their previous average.