We are continuing on Wednesdays in The Lighthouse Centre, Kyle with the earler start time. Please arrive for a prompt start at 6.45.
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".
Steve and Gill Terry won the Novices Pairs competition at
the Newtonmore Congress on 24th February, bringing home Kyle of Lochalsh Club's first trophy!
Jennifer Frances and John Mills won two bottles of wine for being top Bronze pair in the main pairs tournament. They came a highly creditable ninth overall.
Sara Spode and Miriam Drysdale each won a box of biscuits in the raffle....
Charity Challenge Simultaneous Pairs; run by ecatsbridge.com.
10 pairs participated. Including a new four players coming from Lochcarron. We raised £159 for the RNLI and had a good evening.
20 club members enjoyed a bidding Quiz on Saturday morning with the overall winners of the Quiz being Gill and Steve Terry.
Overall winners of an enjoyable Bidding Quiz were Gill and Steve Terry, pictured here with Bea MacDonald. For more information about the event go to the News Page.
John Mills and Jennifer Frances, winners, playing against Robert and Sara Spode, runners-up, in the pairs tournament.
Kim Jones from Australia played with us all summer. She's now off on her travels before returning home to Holbrok, New South Wales, where she promises she will join her granny in the weekly Rubber's sessions in the local pub. We wished her all the best and gave her 2 packs of cards with highland cows and a map of Scotland to remember us by.
Eli Berger from New York city joined us one evening in August.
John Mills scoring the hard way.....
Rev David McLeod visited us on Thursday 22nd August '17 and taught 8 players Roman Keycard Blackwood, then a few prepared hands together. Huge thanks to him for ongoing patient support and instruction. He'll be back to teach and help again on Thursday 26th October.
Miriam held a small RNLI fundraiser at her house. 8 members played Chicago style and enjoyed afternoon tea. £113.50 was raised in total for the RNLI. Hopefully next year....a proper big fundariser!
Maggie Davidson has been enjoying Bridge at Kyle over the last few months while staying in the area in her camper van. Maggie has very kindly been giving some instruction and John and Ank have been enjoying the classes. We all wish Maggie a safe journey home and look forward to seeing her again next year.
Robert Spode relaxing (?) on holiday!
Jane Stevenson, Maggie Davidson, Margaret Telford, MaryJane Campbell, Ann Jagger and John Cope.
The winning team of four from Kyle of Lochalsh receiving their prizes from organiser Margaret Telford and tournament director John Cope.