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2019 CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to our 2019 Club Champions Sandra Capper and Marelle Irvine.

Sandra and Marelle qualified top from East West qualifying round and found themselves in one of the strongest final fields for some time. The fact that they were able to hold their form throughout the two weeks makes them deserving champions.

Second place went to the pairing of Maureen Wright and Christine Chandler with Gretha Kroll and Lesley Robertson close third.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Green Plate 2019

North/South Robin Suttor & Gail Mann

 

East/West Janette and Sam Stephens

Both our winners in the Barbara Green trophy just failed to qualify for the championship round.

Again this year this event was keenly contested but again we had a number of pairs who did not play with their original partner and thus did not qualify for the trophy. Having said that the fields were very competitive and the results fairly close. Great to see a husband and wife combination come through successfully ( and still talking).

Congratulations to our winners. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2019 SPARKES CUP
2019 SPARKES CUP

Congratulations to Val Heferen and Brian McCarney on their success in this years Sparkes Cup.

This event has been in existence since 1984 and its history and previous winners can be viewed on the History page of the web site.

In looking back this is Val's 3rd appearance on the trophy while Brian has featured on one previous occasion. However it is their first win as a pair.

With a percentage of 62.96 they just got home by less than 1% from Lesley Robertson and a visitor Ivan Macleod. This year over half the field achieved over 50% which is no mean feat given the strength of the participating pairs.

Again congratulations to our winners

Welcome to Mudgee
Mudgee Bridge Club
Mudgee Bridge Club

MUDGEE

Situated 270km north-west of Sydney and 470m above sea level Mudgee is situated in the beautiful Cudgegong Valley. It derived its name from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word "Moothi" meaning "Nest in the Hills".

It is a picturesque town with its charm provided by many fine old homes, public buildings and Churches some of which date back as far as the 1850's. It is known for its excellent wine and honey as well as super fine Merino wool.Grapes grown in the high red soils have produced excellent quality wines for over 140 years.

Visitors always welcome
Visitors always welcome

Welcome to

Mudgee Bridge Club Inc

2 153

PO Box 536

Mudgee NSW 2850

www.bridgewebs.com/mudgee

mudgeebridgeclub@gmail.com

 

All sessions played at

Mudgee Showground

Nicholson Street entrance

 

Visitors always welcome

 

 

COVID19

Effective from 18 March 2020 the committee have immediately cancelled all Bridge for a period of 4 weeks.

This is in line with advices from NSW Bridge Federation and basically in line with Government recommendations.

The situation will be monitored constantly and reviewed again after the initial 4 week period.

In the interim stay safe, be careful in line with all the advice we are receiving and look forward to seeing everone fit and well in the short term.

YOUR WEB SITE - MAXIMISE ITS USE

Many of us only use the web site to obtain results of a day’s bridge. However its uses go far beyond just results.

Next time try the following:

Open results page for the event you want.

Click your name.

This now shows which pairs you played certain boards against and your result. At the same time you can view the hands and traveler details on the right of the screen.

Now click on “players” (left hand side above chart)

Click compare.

From the players list click the pair you wish to compare your results against.
You can change the compare selection as often as you like.

The Matrix box in the heading shows everyone’s match point results for every hand. A bottom result will show “0”. The top result possible on any board is obtained by the number of times it is played less 1 and then doubled.

You can quickly see just who played a hand or hands well and compare what you did.

If you really want to maximise your analysis and experience you can download an application which will allow you to replay the hands on your computer. At the top left hand side is an icon basically green. This will tell you how to set up BSOL (Bridge solver on line)

2020 MUDGEE CONGRESS

Saturday 31 October 2020 and Sunday 1 November 2020

Calendar
Fri 10th April 2020
No Cards
Mon 13th April 2020
Red Point
Director: Bill Bleechmore
Assistants: Anne Johnston & Jane cott
Fri 17th April 2020
Duplicate
Director: Val Heferen
Results
Red Point
Director: Brian McCarney
Duplicate
Director: Marelle Irvine
Duplicate
Director: Bill Bleechmore