The 2018 Christmas Party took place on Saturday 2nd December and was a great success. The Calcutta was won by Sue Adhemar.
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Congratulations to those with Over 70% Games
We are a members' club and the principal bridge club on our beautiful island. We run an open, stratified duplicate game on Monday afternoon, Wednesday morning, Thursday evening and Friday afternoon.
An excellent performance from the team of Alan Douglas, Fabian Hupe, David Cordon and David Sykes, Open Teams champions for 2018. The team led from the early stages, and had a clear winning margin over second placed Tony Saunders, Margie Way, Charles Hall and Misha Novakovic. An outstanding performance from the more junior team of Lorna Anderson, George Correia, Ernest Paynter and Janice Trott gave them a very well deserved 3rd place (and first in Stratum B). Ten teams took part, with every team winning at least one match to make for an enjoyable day's bridge.
(missing: David Cordon)
Congratulations to the team of Lane Martin, John Luebkemann, Delton Outerbridge, Tim Martin, Claude Guay and Sharon Shanahan, the Junior Teams champions of 2018. The team of Lisa Ferrari, Nick Kempe, Samantha Pickering and Richard Hall mounted a strong challenge but could not catch the leaders over the last two rounds. The other teams included some of our newer players who are to be congratulated for coming out to compete in their first teams event. Well done to all..
Pictured above are the four players who made up the team in the second session - missing are Delton and Tim.
Congratulations to our new Open Pairs Champions, Molly Taussig and John Glynn. A 10 table field battled it out over 57 boards all day on Saturday 3 November. Coming in a close seoond were Fabian Hupe and David Sykes, while
Diana DIel celebrated her birthday taking third place with her partner Elizabeth McKee. First in Strat
B with a strong performance in a challenging field were Jane Clipper and Mike Tait.
A pleasant day of championship bridge for all, with lunch livened up by Diana's much appreciated and tasty soup.
Well done one and all!