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Malinowski. Well done to Jacqui Tobias Team of John Dobson, Audrey Bain- The winning teams in the four

Landmark for winning the Victor Ludorum Trophy, bridge, and Alison and Godfrey Young. divisions of the League for Teams of

awarded to the player who gains the The NEBA AGM was held in May Eight were Nottingham Gambit, West

Promotions most points from Middlesex events and amongst the trophies presented Bridgford A, Wollaton and Keyworth B.

throughout the season. were the John Clark Salver for the cham- The winning teams in the two divisions

Mrs T Foster The winners of the Middlesex Leagues pion club, which went to the Whitley of the League for Teams of Four were

Mrs C Plunkett were as follows: Div. 1 (Peter Edelman Bay Club, and the Player of the Year Four Deuces and Ruffians.

Mr Gary Putman Trophy): Uday Hegde, Jerry Harouni, Trophy which was won by Martin Kane. The Team of Four Championship was

Mr Brian Renouf Steve Root, Richard Bowdery, Ray In a disappointing finish to the year’s won by William Crook, Rob Sharpe,

Mr Bob Speller Robinson; Div. 2: Vanessa Clarke, Trevor calendar, three events due to be held in Sandy Fulton, David Hodge and Mark

Mr NJ Watts Morris, Steve Foster, Jacqui and Peter June had to be cancelled because of an Goddard.

North East Tobias; Div. 3Y: Irene Fine, Nigel insufficient number of entries. There are still vacancies on the

Clayton, Denise Miller, Saleem Sachek Committee, and the Chairman would

Regional Master be pleased to hear of members willing

and Latchmin Tiwarie; Div. 3Z: David

Mrs A Young Northamptonshire to serve on the committee.

Landes, Dennis Backer, Ellard Roberts,

Master Denice Golend, Jeff Harris, Russell Spiro. Diary dates: on Wednesdays the

Mrs E Bennett Please consult the county website for Black and Farr Cups alternate until Sept

THE Winter League

Mr RM Cottrell the Autumn schedule. 25. Beyond that, details will become

will start in Sept-

Mrs J Robson available on the website.

ember; the Saturday

Mrs P Thuburn

Mr R Willis

Norfolk event will be held at Stamford, starting

at 7pm. Entries to Trevor Thrower. The Oxfordshire

Northamptonshire Wednesday event will be held at

Northampton starting at 7pm. Entries

Master NORFOLK bridge clubs

Mrs Celia Beaty are doing their bit for the to Jim Bainbridge. AT the AGM, players were

Mrs E Healey Big Society this summer The Broke Cup is a teams of four congratulated on their

with a positive epidemic knockout event with the winners success over the past year.

Mr Jim Norman

of charity events for good representing the county in the Pachabo. President’s Cup winners

Mr J Samworth

causes. These include Holt First round losers compete in the Betts Chris Cooper, Stuart

Mr R Tickle

Bridge Club running its annual fund- Bowl, so everyone is guaranteed at least McPhee, Lorna Swadling,

Mr CNJ Tily two matches. Entries are required by the

raiser for the Kimbley Cup, which raised Alastair Gidman, Ian Angus and Ed

Nottinghamshire £400 for the National Coastwatch end of August to Jim Bainbridge. Jones are representing the county in the

Life Master station at Wells-next-the-Sea and build- The joint Bedford and Northants Pachabo.

Mr L Eagling ing works at High Kelling Village Hall, Congress will be held on Saturday 14 and Mike Brown, Clive Keep, Gillian

plus the Afternoon Bridge Club’s launch Sunday 15 September with Pairs on the Lonsdale, Nigel Wilkes and John Slater

Master Saturday and Green-pointed Teams on

event in July for the £3 million Norfolk won the Chester Cup. Nigel Wilkes –

Mr PD Hunt the Sunday. The event will be held at

Bone and Joint Appeal. Mike Webley won the County Pairs Final

Mr DJ Wilkins Heron’s Lodge Guide Centre, opposite and Nigel Wilkes also won the Premier-

On the competition front, Maureen

Oxfordshire Kimbley – Bogdan Drobny won the the National Badminton Centre, Brad- ship Award. Wallingford A won the

Grand Master Hudson Cup, with Peter Ison and well Road, Loughton, Milton Keynes Wessex League in Div. 1; Oxford C, Div.

Mrs B Kerr Michael Whiting 2nd and Roger MK8 9LG. I would ask Northants mem- 2; Oxford D, Div. 3; Aylesbury Aces, Div.

Amey – Mike Walsh 3rd. Paul bers to support this event. Entries can 4; Aylesbury Vale, Div. 5.

Life Master be made online on the Bedford shire Other prize-winners not previously

Whittley – David Thompson scooped

Mr DW Patterson Bridge Association website or to Rita featured were Mary-Ann Sheehy –

the Lowestoft Trophy, followed by

Mrs LE Swadling Keable, 170 Bideford Green, Leighton Christopher Whitehouse (Mixed Pairs);

Gabriel and Giles Ip 2nd and Sylvia

Regional Master Carver – Gaye Pocock 3rd. The Dere- Buzzard, Beds. LU7 2TS, email: congress@ John Slater (Pairs Ladder); Robert

Mrs S Bliss ham/Swaffham Trophy winners were Procter (Teams Ladder); Dale Thomas

Mr S Bliss Nawal Fenwick – John Harrison, The `new Eastern Counties season has – Keith Goswell (Sadler Seniors’

Mrs W Claye 2. Gabriel and Giles Ip, 3. Barbara and started well with the A team winning Salver).

Master Mike Harnden. both matches 20-0 and 16-4; the B team Congratulations to Kathy and Denis

Mr H Arnes Holt Bridge Club is celebrating its have lost 8-12 and won 20-0, the C team Talbot on their success at the EBU Jersey

25th anniversary with a champagne have won 11-9 and lost 8-12. Festival including 3rd in the Mixed Pairs

Mr B Atkins

evening on Wednesday August 7. Chair- Congratulations to Tim Durdin – Championship, 1st in the Multiple Teams

Claire MacDonagh

man Nigel Baker said: ‘Holt has this nice Tony Hough who won the Warwickshire Championship and 2nd in the Swiss

Mr Jeff Millard

combination of people enjoying the Green Pointed Swiss Pairs. Also congra- Teams Championship with Helen

Mr N Whiting Lawton-Smith – John Slater.

social occasion and those who play tulations to Robert Miller who won the

Somerset competitive bridge.’ Swiss Pairs at the Spring Bank Holiday At the Hampshire & IoW Swiss Teams

Life Master Tickets are still on sale at £20 for Congress. Debbie Roberts, Geoff Nicholas and

Mr G McBride international bridge player Heather Diary dates: Sat Aug 24, Charity Kathy and Denis Talbot were 3rd.

Dhondy’s All Day Seminar at Afternoon Salver, Kettering Sat Sept 7, Winter Congratulations to Oxfordshire pairs

Regional Master Ron Quainton – Adrian Lambe, Alison

Bridge Club on Sunday October 6. Email League N/E, Stamford. Sat Sept 14,

Mr RE Feetenby Nicolson – Keith Robbins, and

Jan Wells on Bedford Congress Pairs. Sun Sept 15,

Mr ML Gordon Erica and Christopher click

Bedford Congress Teams. Wed Sept 18,

Mrs MA Gordon Sheppard who won three of

Winter League S/W, Northampton.

Master North East the EBU Spring Simultaneous link

Mrs J Chadwick Pairs (photos on page 54). Nottinghamshire Congratulations to Debbie Roberts –

Mrs YN Knight

Mr P Lockley The North East League Geoff Nicholas who came 2nd in the

for Teams of Four was EBU Oxford Belfry Midweek Congress

Staffordshire & Shropshire won by Val and Julian IN the first County Match of the new Championship Pairs and equal 1st in the

Regional Master Gibson, John Atthey, season, against Gloucestershire, the first Swiss Teams with Adrian Lambe – Mike

Mr FA Rebello Bill March, Chris and team lost 8-12, but the second and third Webley.

Clive Owen. They repre- teams both won, 15-5 and 11-9. The Oxfordshire Congress was a great

Suffolk sent the NEBA in the Pachabo Cup. In Retford Swiss Teams: 1. John and success: Swiss Pairs winners were Celia

Regional Master the competitions for the champions of Irene Auld, Lloyd Eagling, Keith and Derek Oram; Swiss Teams winners

Mrs B Ditchburn each club, the Pairs event was won by Rodgers; 2. Liz Rothwell, Bernard were Charles King-Farlow, Bruce Leslie,

Master Nichola Cockerill-Smith – Liz Reese Plumb, Nick and Angie Dyer. Priday Jane Davies and Stephen Gore. The

Mr Derek Borrowman representing Hurworth, while the Teams Cup: 1. David Burgess, 2. Gordon Sandra Landy Trophy winners were Pat

event was won by the Bishop Auckland Fullerton. Lewis – Miriam Seaver. August 2013 English Bridge 51


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