The 'form book' says Tony Philpott and David Price are the top two players in the county - and so it proved in this year's Suffolk Simultaneous Pairs.
The Clare pair joined forces to score an outstanding 75.76% to win the annual renewal from Conor Bignell & Cleopatra Hensby who also had the magic seven at the front of their score - 71.44%. Tom Sharp & Brian Dean from Frinton finished third. 132 pairs from nine clubs took part.
To read Malcolm Pryor's commentary on the boards, please click on SIMS COMMENTARY
They're back! Chris Green and his team of county players have produced the latest set of boards for The Auction.
Click on THE AUCTION and you will see the East and West hands for eight boards. Work out how you would bid a hand and then click on Show Answer.
Suffolk took part in the inter-county Tollmache qualifier last weekend. Click on TOLLEMACHE to read county captain Rick Hanley's report
Suffolk travelled to Barleylands to take on Essex at the weekend and, unusually, two of the three matches ended in 10-10 draws.
The A team held a solid lead with the final eight board session to go but the hosts staged a comeback to prevail 12-8. Both the B and C teams tied their games.
To see all the results, click on Suffolk v Essex
Chris Chambers was a member of a team which did particularly well at the EBU Summer Meeting in Eastbourne.
Malcolm reports on a slam hand in the final match which helped to determine the finishing positions. To read more, click on Suffolk@TheNationals
Don't you just wish sometimes that you could play a hand again?
Well, you can...thanks to the wonders of Bridgewebs.
The 'Play It Again' feature is not that well known, but easy to use.
On your club website (or this one) just go to Results, click on any pairing and you will see below the hand 'Play It Again' (arrowed)
(if any club webmaster would like the graphics for this article to upload on to their website just e email@example.com)
Richard Evans & Paul Rickard are the webmasters running Suffolk's dedicated bridge website.
If you would like to publicise a forthcoming event or submit a news item for this website click Richard or Paul