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were in the team of highest-placed

Landmark Somerset Suffolk players in the B stratification of the

Swiss Teams at the Bournemouth Spring

Promotions www.somersetbridge.org.uk www.suffolkbridge.co.uk

Bank Holiday Congress.

THE Championship Teams SUFFOLK started the new Lorne Anderson – Keith Wilson,

Mr E Wright Knockout was won by the ECL campaign in great representing Yateley & Hawley, won the

team led by Eric Cummings style, all three teams Mary Edwards Cup for Club Pairs

Surrey

with Colin Flood and Jette winning against Norfolk. Champions. Jeffrey Allerton – Graham

Grand Master and Alan Bailey. The final Suffolk’s first home match of the

Mr W Hodgkiss Osborne won the AGM Swiss Pairs.

was played over 56 boards. season – vs Northants – did not go so The League team winners were as

Life Master Congratulations to Gina Howard for well: the first and second teams both follows: Frances Hinden’s team won the

Mrs B Rangarajan winning the Victor Ludorum. lost, with the county third winning 12-8. Lady Rose Cup; Jane Green’s team won

Mrs D Richmond Entries for the West of England Congratulations to Richard and the Lady Rose Plate. Div. 2: Norma

Mr M Skelly Congress are being received by Ann Mary Evans, Jackie Chester and Chris Macmillan, Christine Dyer, Roger Hitt

Regional Master Bawdon at kbawdon@btinternet.com or Hollingsworth (John Bloomfield also and Derek Eneas. Div. 3: Annabel

Mr AR Baig ( 01275853509. Details are also on the played in earlier matches) for winning Burrows, Caroline Owens, Danielle

Mr SR McNeill Somerset Count Association website. the Winter League Division 2. Gosselin and Sheila White. Div. 4: Vivek

Diary dates: Sun Sept 8, Paul Jones Rick Hanley, Peter and Debby Radhakrishnan, David Gravestock, Penny

Miss LJ Poole

team event, Kingston Seymour Village Sutcliffe, Maria Allnutt, Peter Gemmell Moody, Ian Lewis and Penny Thomas.

Master Hall. Fri Oct 4 to Sun Oct 6, West of and Chris Chambers beat Eric Newman,

Mrs Margaret Alan-Smith Novices: Lynn and Peter Young, Mags

England congress. Mike Sherer, Julian Lang and David Hutchinson and Dani Byrne.

Mr John Brown Morran to win the Championship Teams Thanks are due to the Chairman,

Mr Robin Browne and now represent Suffolk in the

David Burch Staffs and Shrops Pachabo.

Mac Derwig, who personally phoned

the Chairmen of all forty affiliated clubs

Barbara Burns www.staffsandshrops.org.uk At the AGM Nick Farr, having to encourage them to attend the AGM.

Mr PM Camp resigned, was replaced as Treasurer by This resulted in a 120% increase in

THE winners of the

Mrs GB Cann new member Graham Beeton. Eric attendance over last year.

mixed pairs were Jane

Mr Geoffrey Chapman Newman, one of Suffolk’s most active Next season begins with the Club

Perrins – Tony Togneri

Mr Dermot Connolly players, stepped down from the Pairs Challenge which takes place in the

ahead of Anne Jones –

Mrs CL Edwards committee. Nick celebrated his release week commencing August 19, and the

John Seymour, with

Mr Martin Froomberg from office by winning the AGM Pairs August Bank Holiday (Monday 26) Swiss

Gillian Allsop – David Clarke 3rd.

Mr E Gilburd with fellow committee member Richard Teams at Banstead.

Roger Keane – David Beavon, Keith

Mrs S Gill Evans, the results being: 1. Richard Enter via the Surrey website, or con-

Shuttleworth – Brian Nicholls, and Paul

Mrs Deanne Goddard Evans – Nick Farr, 2. Adele Wayman – tact Frances Trebble ( 01252 679883,

Cutler – Dave Moir qualified in the

Mr Kevin Goddard Jan Havard-Davies, 3. Rick and Fleur or email f.trebble@ntlworld.com

Bearn to play in the Corwen. In a tough

Mrs R Harrison Waters. Entries are now open for the Surrey

field Roger and David finished 6th. The

Suffolk Captain David click Green Point Weekend on September 28-

Mrs B Hobson Staffs Cup was won by Dan Crofts,

Price played for England in 29. Please note the earlier starting time

Mr T Hobson Edward Levy, Mike Goldsmith, and

the Senior Camrose (see page link of noon this year. Entries only via the

Mr C Jonas Justin, Barbara and Paul Hackett. Dan,

12). website or by post.

Mr Alex McFie Ed, Mike and Paul went on to play in

The Felixstowe Green-pointed Congress

Mr Dominic Monti the Pachabo.

in early October will soon be here. Now

Mrs P Moore Chasetown winners: Bearn: 1= Craig Sussex

is a good time to book your place if you

Eileen Murray Woodbridge – Tony Brian and Sue

haven’t already done so. www.sccba.co.uk

Moira O’Rogan Crawford – Bob Reynolds. Tony Brain

Diary dates: Sun Sept 8, Ipswich

Mrs L Parker won the Summer Ladder and Handicap CONGRATULATIONS to

Swiss Pairs, 7pm, Kesgrave Community

Mrs JCH Powell with Craig Woodbridge sharing the the Avenue Team (Peter

Centre. Wed Sept 18, Suffolk Men’s &

Ladder. The Winter Ladder produced a Clinch, Nigel Urban, Shefton

Mrs EA Pullinger Women’s Pairs, 7pm, Clare. Sat Oct 5,

three-way tie between Rachel Ashmore, Kaplan, Liz Hoskins, Tim

Mrs JH Purslow Felixstowe Congress GP Pairs, 1pm,

Mel Cooper and Andrew Crawford Dickenson, Andy Ryder,

Ian Robertson Felixstowe Leisure Centre. Sun Oct 6,

while Marion Taylor won the Winter Mike Allen, and Richard

Mr Peter Scott Felixstowe Congress GP Swiss Teams,

Handicap. Tony Brian – Craig Newton) who won the Club

Mr Fred Smith 11am Felixstowe Leisure Centre.

Woodbridge did the double in winning Teams of Eight held at Eastbourne; 2nd

Mr P Smith the Pairs and the Teams; team-mates Horsham Club (Dave Franklin, Gerry

Mrs YE Wallis were Gordon Woodbridge – Elaine Surrey Stanford, Andy Morris, Duncan Curtis,

Sussex Watterson. Brain and Craig added the Mick Carrington, Rick Stevens, Peter

Handicap Teams to their trophies www.surreycountybridge.org.uk Rowell and David Cairns).

Grand Master

partnering Audrey Clarke and Geoff FIRSTLY, enclosed with Congratulations to all League winners

Mr PI Clinch

Thomas this copy of English Bridge this year, particularly Div. 1 winners

Regional Master Shrewsbury winners: Teams: Keith is your calendar of Surrey Ken Ford, Ian Swanson, Nigel Urban,

Mr DB Gillespie Shuttleworth, Brian Nicholls, Mike events for the forthcoming Neil Watts, Andy Ryder and Mike Allen.

Mrs J Handley Amos and Roger Bowles. Ladies’: Monica year. Please do not throw it Div. 2 winners were Malcolm and Karen

Mr MGP Mayes Scott – Pam Booth-Jones. Men’s: Roger away! Pryor, Duncan Curtis, Andy Morris,

Master Bowles – David Small. Pairs: Keith Congratulations to Mike Skelly, Leo Harold and Cecily Linfield.

Mr RS Bird Shuttleworth – Brian Nicholls. Mixed Wang and Maureen Dennison, playing An exciting conclusion to the Cham-

Mr Alan Blackburn Pairs: Pam Booth-Jones – Tony Leech. with a London member, who won the pionship Teams this year – 1 IMP in it

Mrs Marion Boswell Congratulations to Paul Hackett for Hants & IOW Green Pointed Swiss over 64 boards in a match played in the

NM Barbara Cundiff winning Crockfords. Teams. Helen Beattie – Diane Richmond spirit of bridge. Winners were Julian

Mrs GC Fletcher

Ms G Flint

Mrs E Hornsey

Mrs W Keech

Mr Garrick Oliver August 20th is the closing date for the submission of

Mr Mike Pye

Mr Peter Rowell county reports for the next issue of English Bridge.

Mrs E Simon

Mr M Spence Please e-mail: elena@ebu.co.uk

Ms Sheridan Stevens

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