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Avon

www.avoncba.org.uk

THE first county event of the season - the

Non Expert Pairs - was won by Margaret &

Peter Randell.

There are 19 teams entered in three

divisions of the County League and eight

teams in the County Knock Out.

Channel Islands

www.cwgsy.net/community/cicba/

HIGHFIELD'S Pat Grinstead Hospice Pairs was

won by John & Pat Panter with Aline Staples &

Mary Friswell in second place. The Summer Cup

was won by Sue Rankin. Howard Basden-Smith

came second. Long-time leader Biddy Waters being beaten

into 3rd when Howard and Sue scored 75% together in the

last round!

Victoria BC's Men's and Ladies' Pairs: Men's, 1st Brian

Youd & Graham Boxall; 2nd Harold Walden & Robert

Brouard.

Ladies', 1st Sue Rankin & Marion Miles; 2nd equal Jane

Knight & Ann Burnett, Jackie Rumball & June Le Blancq.

In Guernsey the Butler Pairs was won by Daniel McIntosh

from Robert Plumley. The BAM teams was won by Margaret

Allen & Mike Allen. The District Restricted was won by Hugh

Bacon & Martin Jones.

Cornwall

www.bridgewebs.com/cornwall

LEADING Cornish pairs in the recent Cornwall

Congress were: Peter Scott & Bob Pretty 3rd in

the Championship Pairs with Stephen Crouch &

Margaret Buckingham 4th. Heather Upton &

Sandra Bickerdike finished runners-up in the Consolation

Final.

The county got off to a good start in the Western Counties

League against Wiltshire - both the B and C teams winning

16-4, with the A team losing 7-13.

Cumbria

www.bridgewebs.com/cumbria/

SIXTEEN pairs competed in the recent County IMP pairs

event at Keswick: 1st, Ian Reeves & Ken Johnston (Eden)

+110; 2nd, Robin Rose & John MacLachlan (Ulverston) +68;

3rd, Adam Aitken & Ian Smith (Eden) +66.

Derbyshire

www.bridgewebs.com/derbyshire

WINNER of the India Cup was Brian Elliott's

team (Amanda Sowter, John Sowter and Alastair

Mcance were his team mates).

Winner of the Brigden (2015-16) was Brian

Elliott's team (John Sowter Roger Mallinson and

Richard Edwards were his team mates).

Dorset

www.bridgewebs.com/dorset

CHOPE Salver. 1st James & Shirley Dutton,

2nd Paul Sayer & Rod Marks, 3rd Mike

McMorran & Tim Dunsby. Non expert 1st

Doris Hutchinson & Matt Phillips, 2nd Stevie Parker &

Michael Yeo.

Essex

www.essexbridge.co.uk

FELIXSTOWE Congress: other notable results.

Qualifiers: 1st E/W, Chris Taylor with David Wing.

3rd E/W, Graham Foster & Ray Clarke. 3rd N/S,

Robert Elliott & Albert Kitchen. Pairs Shield: 2nd,

Graham Olliffe & Keith Thompson. 3rd, John McCoy & Ann

Morgan.

Gloucestershire

www.gcba.org.uk

OVER the summer, the Summer Individual was

won jointly by John Skjonnemand and Ashok

Kwatra, the Summer Teams, in which different

teams are formed for each event, by Tony Letts,

and the Summer Swiss Pairs by Patrick Shields and Richard

Chamberlain. The Geoffrey Paterson Victor Ludorum was

won by by Martin McWilliam. At the start of the main season,

Patrick Shields and Garry Watson won the Men's pairs, whilst

Val Constable and Alison Pritchard won the Ladies' Pairs.

Hants and IoW

www.bridgewebs.com/hiwcba/

CANDOVER Multiple Teams of Four: 1st Steve

Preston & Miles Cowling, Jeremy Dhondy & Andy

Hughes.

Kent

www.kcba.org.uk

CONGRATULATIONS to Kay Preddy and

Norman Selway (picture left), winners of the Dyer

Smith Cup (Mixed Pairs) and Sarah and Leigh

Chapman (pictured right) winners of the Hunter

Cup (highest placed married pair).

COUNTY NEWS

COUNTY NEWS -- LOCAL RESULTS

LOCAL RESULTS

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