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Annual Subscriptions for 2022 are now due, please pay ASAP  

Home members $30.00,  Associate members $20.00

Congratulations - High Score - Over 70%

Jean Macleod/Alison Farthing - 77.60%

 

BEST PLAYER 2022

JUNE

Jean Macleod/Alison Farthing 69.96%

Faye MacMillan 53.52%

 

LOOKING FOR A PARTNER ?

Please contact JOHN HAYLOCK
0419578412 if you are looking for a partner

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FACE TO FACE BRIDGE
FACE TO FACE BRIDGE

Bridge is back

every Wednesday afternoon

Bookings no longer required.

COVID restrictions

Please bring evidence of

full vaccination or medical

exemption

 

6th Juiy: N/S - Alison Farthing/Jean Macleod 64.58% *** E/W Ineke Child/Anna Kearon 75.30%
PAYNESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB
PAYNESVILLE BRIDGE CLUB

Paynesville Bridge Club meets every Wednesday commencing 12.30 p.m. at the R.S.L. in Main Street, Paynesville. We play between 27 and 32 boards and finish play at approximately 4.00 to 4.30 p.m. Table fees are $5.00 for members and visitors which includes a very nice afternoon tea. We welcome visitors of any standard. Please be at the venue 10 minutes before the scheduled start of play to allow the director and scorer time to set up.

2022 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRS
2022 CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRS

After a solid 2 weeks' play, Trish Brown and Dawn Wallace were the winners of the 2022 Paynesville Club Championship Pairs, defeating a fast finishing Pam Dingwall and Robynne Owen by 1.94%.

Learners Play Bridge at Terry's
Learners Play Bridge at Terry's

On Good Friday Terry hosted a social day of bridge to allow some of the new learners experience playing bridge. A few bridge club members supported them and all had an enjoyable day. Laura Ginnin their teacher from Melbourne arrived and joined in to the great surprise of the learners and Terry.

 

BETTY DAWSON TEAMS
BETTY DAWSON TEAMS

Winners of the 2022 Betty Dawson Teams competition were Alison Farthing, Jean Macleod, Dot Lawrence and Ann Gibbs.
President, John Haylock, presented them with the Perpetual Shield and individual wine glasses to mark the occasion.

TEN BASIC RULES OF BRIDGE ETIQUETTE

1. Be nice, smile… No matter how well or poorly you play bridge, you are an Ambassador for the game. You can drive people away or you can make them love it…. We need people. 

2. Don’t Gloat… Don’t compliment yourselves on a bid or the play of the hand until the opponents leave the table. Also, don’t thank an opponent for a good board or a trick you shouldn’t get… This makes people feel bad and makes you look like a jerk.

3. Don’t give lessons to anyone at the table… If your opponent or partner wants to know what they did wrong or how to better play or bid a hand they will ask.

4. Learn not to get offended when a director is called on you. This is part of the game. The director is there to protect everyone and especially the integrity of the game.

5. Don’t tell opponents or winners how lucky they are… Don’t undermine their successes. You only make yourself look like a poor loser and a poor sport… Be gracious. 

6. Keep your voice even and the gestures consistent when bidding or playing the hands… Don’t snap your cards or make any unusual movements to get your point across… Be ethical.

7. When on lead against a contract, LEAD and then write down the contract on your scorecard or enter the information on the Bridgemate … same thing for dummy, lay your hand down and then write down the contract or attend to the Bridgemate.

8. Don’t discuss the hands until the round is over… This takes time like #7 and it is rude.

9. Help the director… His/Her job is tough enough without you adding to their problem.

10. Don’t make decisions that the director should be making, even if you know the rule.

Calendar
13th July 2022
Paynesville Club Duplicate
12.30pm
20th July 2022
Paynesville Club Duplicate
12.30pm
27th July 2022
Paynesville Club Duplicate
12.30pm
3rd August 2022
Paynesville Club Duplicate
12.30pm
Results
Paynesville Club Duplicate
Best June Player 2022
Paynesville Club Duplicate
Paynesville Club Duplicate