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EBU Awards

ELIZABETH MUIR

(North East)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Liz has given over

twenty five years service to the

NEBA committee - her roles

covering all aspects of 'officership'

from Chairman, Secretary,

Congress organizer, Selector and

numerous other roles which

have championed bridge in the

North East, all of which she has

carried out with true honesty

and integrity.

DAVID BURGESS

(Notts)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

David was a

member of the Nottinghamshire

CBA Committee from 2000 to

2015. He was Events Secretary to

2004, and the Secretary to 2014.

For the county he directed many

of the weekly Wednesday drives

and ran most of the major events

for some years. He was also the

Appeals Chairman for the

county. David was a member of

the EBU Panel of Referees from

2006 to 2011 and chaired appeals

panels at EBU congresses in the

Midlands during that time.

David wrote a suite of scoring

programs which were later used

for club and county events plus

the annual Nottinghamshire

Heat of the EBU school event.

JOAN BURGESS

(Notts)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Joan was a member

of the Nottinghamshire CBA

Committee from 1991 to 2015.

She was its Masterpoint

Secretary until 2010. She was

Teams of Eight League Secretary

from 1992 - 2011, and Team of

Four Secretary from 2011 to

2015. She was Secretary from

2001-2003 and Shareholder for

Nottinghamshire from 2001 to

2014.

DAVID GALPIN

(Sussex)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

David has served

the Sussex County Contract

Bridge Association for many

years in multiple roles, including

serving on the Management

Committee, the Selector's

Committee (as Chair for eight

years to 2014), the County

Tournament Directors panel and

as Honorary Treasurer for over

thirteen years to date.

He has also been Tournament

Organiser for the annual Sussex

League for the last sixteen years.

David has made an enormous

contribution to the success of

Sussex bridge over close to

twenty years. However, it would

be wrong to measure his service

just in terms of time. Rather we

should look at the personal input

he has provided and reflect on

the level of enthusiasm,

commitment and sheer effort

involved.

LESLIE REECE

(Warwickshire)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Leslie has been a

member of the Warwickshire

Executive Committee for thirty

four years. Joining in 1981 he

took over as League Secretary in

1985, an office he held until he

became Vice-Chairman in 1990.

and then Chairman in 1992 for

two years. He then spent a year as

an Ex-Officio member of the

Committee. In 1996 Leslie

returned to the office of League

Secretary, a post he held for nine

years until, in 2005, he became

Treasurer, an office he still holds

today.

In addition to his various roles

on the Committee Leslie has,

over the years, represented

Warwickshire as a Shareholder,

which he still continues to do. He

has also served on many

subcommittees of the County,

and on the Midland Counties

Congress Committee.

COLIN WOODS

(Cumbria)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Colin Woods became Treasurer of

Cumbria in 1995 and has done a

sterling job looking after its

finances for 20 years, and

continues to do so. He is at the

Cumbrian Congress every year,

often the first person to welcome

the visitors, with his list of

entrants, taking money and

sorting out the prize money,

before becoming one of the

players himself.

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