PINNER BRIDGE CLUB COMPETITIONS
PLEASE NOTE THAT NON-MEMBERS MAY PARTICIPATE IN TROPHY SESSIONS (EXCEPT FOR THE COMMITTEE CUP OR JULIAN HUNT TROPHY) BUT THEY AND THEIR PARTNERS OR TEAMMATES CANNOT WIN THE TROPHY OR THE ENHANCED PRIZE MONEY.
A. INDIVIDUAL COMPETITIONS
Betty Terris Rose Bowl
Awarded to the player with the most EBU master points issued by the club over the year. Where master points are issued by the EBU as well as the club, such as in simultaneous pairs events, only those issued by the club count towards this event.
Sybil Tutton Cup
Awarded to the player who obtains the most EBU master points issued by the club for the Monday sessions.
Awarded to the player who obtains the most EBU master points issued by the club for the Wednesday sessions.
Awarded to the qualifying player who obtains the most EBU master points issued by the club for the Thursday sessions. Entry is restricted to players below the rank of County Master, or those players who in the opinion of the Tournament Committee, are above the standard allowed. No player can win the trophy in two successive years.
Awarded to the player who obtains the most EBU master points issued by the club for the Friday sessions.
Awarded to the player obtaining the highest aggregate score in a one session Chicago style bridge competition.
B. PAIRS COMPETITIONS
Gerry Conn Trophy
Awarded to the winners of a one session Monday event.
Julian Hunt Cup
Awarded to the winners of a two session pairs event held on one day. The scores of the two sessions being combined.
Awarded to the winners of a two session mixed pairs event. The scores of two normal Wednesday sessions are combined, only identical mixed pairs playing in both sessions being counted.
A knockout pairs event for the club rubber bridge championship. Each round consists of 28 hands with standard rubber scoring. If a hand is passed out, the deal passes to the next player as normal, but the hand that was passed out does not count towards the 28 hands which are to be played.
Ladies Pairs Cup, Gents Pairs Cup
Awarded to the leading Ladies pair and leading Gents pair, respectively, in a one session combined pairs event.
Charlotte Vine Trophy
A handicap pairs event in which all players are handicapped according to their National Grading.
A Speedball Pairs event held after the Annual General Meeting where boards are played at an average speed of 5 minutes per board instead of the usual 7 minutes
C. TEAMS COMPETITIONS
A knockout teams event. 28 boards to be played in each round.