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February 2015 English Bridge

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EBU News

JIM BARKER

(Cornwall)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Jim was a founder member of

the CCBA committee when the

Devon & Cornwall BAs sep arated

into two bodies in 1984.

He became Vice Chairman in

1987, and began his first threeyear

term as Chairman in 1990.

He was continuously either Vice

Chairman or Chairman until he

stood down from the county

com mittee in 2006.

Following 22 years at the very

heart of the CCBA, since retiring

from the committee, Jim has

continued to play a significant

role in the running of county

bridge through his directing,

teaching and general advice.

JOY MAYALL

(Sussex)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Joy has served the Sussex CBA

for many years in multiple roles,

particularly: membership of the

Management Committee, includ -

ing taking the Chair 2012-2014;

membership of the Conduct

Committee, including taking the

Chair 2007-2012; membership of

the Selectors' Committee; mem bership

of the Tournament Com mittee,

and as Tournament Org anis

er for annual county events.

In all these roles, by providing

strong though democratic leader ship,

she has been very successful

and has made a huge contri bution

to the development and

modernisation of county bridge.

MIKE MOLLARTROGERSON

(Hants & IoW)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Mike first started playing bridge

50 years ago. In 1976 he was

award ed the EBU's Gold Teach ing

Diploma - by 1990 more

than 300 learners from his classes

had moved on to play in local

clubs and leagues.

For the past 20 years Mike has

been involved in County matters

as a member of its Committee

and one of its TDs. His contrib utions

have included producing

the county newsletter and the

annual hand book, organising the

Kidney Research Sim Pairs and

administering the Charity of the

Year programme.

ROBERT

NORTHAGE

(Leicestershire)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Robert has just stood down after

a period of 20 years as General

Secretary of Leicestershire CBA.

In this time he has expanded the

role of the General Secretary so

that it is at the heart of bridge

activities in the county.

Robert trained as a county

level director in 1995 and has

been one of a select panel who

directs county pairs and teams

events consistently since then.

He is also largely responsible for

the inception and success of the

Leics CBA Green Point weekend.

Robert has also been - and still

is - an EBU shareholder on

behalf of the county.

BOB WARRENDER

(Somerset)

Dimmie Fleming

Award

Bob has worked hard for the

benefit of county bridge for over

30 years. He first served on the

Somerset committee in the days

when Somerset was a much

larger association, incorporating

what is now Avon CBA. After the

separation from Avon occurred,

he soon became appointed to the

posts of Tournament Secretary

and Master points Secretary, and

has served in these posts for over

20 years. In addition, Bob has

been responsible for managing

the County Teams event.

A few years ago, Bob was

award ed Life Membership of

SCBA in recognition of all of his

hard work.

NEW EBU BOARD

OF DIRECTORS

As announced at the AGM,

two candidates were nomi nated

and agreed to stand, so

there was no need for an

election. The new Board is:

Jerry Cope

Heather Dhondy

Jeremy Dhondy

Darren Evetts

Anthony Golding

Rob Lawy (newly-elected)

Ron Millet

Ian Payn (re-elected)

Andrew Petrie

Officers

Jeremy Dhondy - Chairman

Ian Payn - Vice-Chairman

Andrew Petrie - Treasurer

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