The last night of the season and we played individual duplicate bridge.  The winner of the evening should be the person that understood what we were doing and could work out quickly were to go. As this is not quantifiable we will be guided by the bridge scoring for the results. Well done Dianne you remain top for longer than anyone else.  Resume bridge in the autumn.

Position

Individual

Points

1

Diane

70

2

Liz

69

2

Ray

69

4

David

62

5

Jennie

61

5

Val

61

7

Tony

59

8

Betty

58

9

Wendy

55

10

Peter B

54

11

Hazel

53

12

Margaret

51

12

Ken

51

12

Rosa

51

15

Robin

49

16

Peter H

48

16

Paul

48

18

Bruce

46

9th May

Married couples only tonight, for the sake of harmony we did not play together    

1    Wendy & Ray     94

2    Peter & Rosa    75

3    Tony & Ken    73

4    Paul & Bruce    72

5    Diane & David    69

6    Betty & Liz    66

7    Hazel & Robin    63

8    Margaret & Jennie    54

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2nd May   -  The scores were the closest we have had for a long time - nail biting stuff!

1 - 79 Betty & David

2 - 78 Sheila & Peter

3 - 75 Sue & Wendy

4 - 70 Jennie & Paul

5 - 69 Hazel & Ray  & Robin & Dianne

7 - 60 Margaret & Peter & Tony & Peter

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1 -  106 Tony & Ray

2 - 89  Betty & Hazel

3 - 88 Robin & Diane

4 - 82 David & Margaret

5 - 78  Peter & Val

6 - 77  Peter & Sheila

7 - 72 Rosa & Ken

8 - 66 Peter & Bruce

9 - 62 Wendy & Sue

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1 - 100 Betty & Peter B

2 -  97  Diane & Bruce

3 - 93  Robin & Simon

4 - 81  Liz & Ray

5 - 80  Sue & Peter T

6 - Jennie & David

7 - Sheila & Val

8 - Margaret & Peter

9 - Hazel & Paul

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14.3.01

Back to our house for a nice early evening! Bit of a reversal of fortunes for Peter H & Liz who did poorly together last week.

1- 56 Liz & Peter H

2- 55 Sue & Ray

3- 49 Diane & Robin

4- 47 Sheila & Simon

5- 44 Rosa & Margaret

6- 43 Betty & Peter B

7- 42 Ken & Bruce

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7.3.01

Thanks go to Wendy and Tony for having us all and for doing the scoring

 1- 79  Hazel & Sheila 

2- 75 Sue & Jackie

3- 74 Margaret & David

4- 72 Simon & Bruce

5- 70 Robin & Peter B

6- 69 Diane & Ray

7- 64 Liz & Peter

8- 54 Wendy & Tony

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14.2.01 , 21.02.01 28.2.01 - These were played at Rosa & Kens house and very comfortable it was to. I am afraid I do not have the results. 

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7.2.01

Only one small slam bid tonight and that went two down.  I think it is as well if we do not play with our partners too often as I heard more terse comments than usual, will we get full numbers next week I wonder?  It Would appear that Wendy & Bruce practiced together on holiday - well done to them

96  Wendy & Bruce

90  Rosa & Betty

84  Jennie & Paul

81  Sheila & Peter

79  Hazel & Simeon   Ken & Ray

78  Dianne & Robin

73  Liz & Tony

60  Margaret & Peter

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31.1.01

5 pairs tonight, not an ideal number.  We played normal duplicate bridge which meant a half table.  Each hand was played only twice so you got a top or bottom or honours we shared.  The results were:

54  Ken & Simeon

52 Peter & Betty

47  Hazel & Ray

46 Jenny & Dianne

41 Robin & David

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24.1.01

Only 8 persons today so we played a match Ladies v Men.  At half time the ladies had a small lead but in the second half they made more of a mess than the men on some very tricky hands.  How often do you get a trump break against you 5 - 0  well we had it twice running.  As a result the men won.

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17.1.01

73  Paul & Peter H

65  Ken & Simeon

63  Peter & Liz

61  Betty & Bruce  + Dianne & Sue

55  Robin & Val

54  Margaret & Jennie

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Wed 10 Jan 2001

The biggest mistake to date! Having defeated the opposition 4 down redoubled vulnerable the score o0f 4000 points was given to the opponents making a total error of 8,000 points.  Just as well the scorer was also the potential loser.

80  Liz & Margaret

79  Diane & Sue

70  Peter & Ray

64  Betty & Jackie

63  Robin & Bruce

55  Hazel & David

53  Peter H & Val

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Wed 3.1.01                                                                                                                                  Hit Counter

The play was a little slow and we decided to miss the last round which upsets the scoring a little. The hands were interesting and if we hadn't dealt them on the night I would have guessed that they had been fixed.

1 - 99 - Betty & Ray

2 - 91 - Paul & Jennie  + Sheila & Steve

4 - 82 - Robin & Diane

5 - 80 - Peter & Val

6 - 70 - David & Hazel + Wendy & Bruce

8 - 65 - Margaret & Peter                                                                                                                

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Wed 19th December

Firstly a special thank you to Wendy for making the numbers up to 20, at the last moment.  

The evenings overall winner must be Liz who came joint first at the wine tasting and joint second at the bridge

The winners of the wine tasting competition were Robin & Liz who both scored only 5 correct.  Clearly more practice is needed by everyone!

We have a clear cards winner and that is Peter Bowles. He was the only person to score more than  70 points (and he was tucking into the wine like everyone else). 

73  Peter  B  

65  Liz & Peter H

62 Diane & Jackie

60 Ray

57 Val

55 Betty, Margaret & Paul

51 Ken

Less than 50 Robin, Hazel, Jennie, David, Rosa, Sue, Bruce, Sheila & Wendy

The scores are really a work of fiction and are calculated just to get a winner. If anyone wishes to dispute the scores I  concede their point and ask them to correct all the scores- they will then come across the difficulties.   Because  the writing was sometimes difficult to read  some  scores have been credited to the wrong player and to prove the point, we had scores for players X & N although no-one was allocated these letters!

I hope you enjoyed the evening and, as well as wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year I look forward to seeing you in the New Year.

 

 

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Wed 5th December

Once again the scores are very close.  I have spotted two scores which I think are wrong but I have counted the score as entered.   N/S has the wrong pair entered but changing the score will not affect the positions.

Results:

1   Betty & Ray   95

2   Sheila & Simeon  94

3   Margaret & Peter  88

4   Liz & Bruce  + Dianne & Robin

6   Jennie & Paul   76

7   Jackie & Sue   75

8   Rosa & Ken  70

9   Wendy & Tony   62

 

 

 

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Wed 29th November

It was too noisy, how can we concentrate?  As one of the main perpetrators of the noise that is not my concern! We will have to go back to loud whispers only please.  Well done to the winners this week because last time they played together they were bottom  (25/10)

1   Ken & Bruce

2   Sheila & Ray

3   Peter Bairstow & Sue

4   Betty & Liz

5  Tony & Robin

6  Dianne & Wendy

7  Rosa & Peter Bowles

8  Paul & Jennie

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Wed 1st November

Just three tables,  A nice quiet orderly atmosphere with not too many hands to play.. Played 18 hands and finished at 11pm.  The last person to come top two weeks running is bottom this week! Robin has now been top twice running - can he make it three weeks in a row?  The results are particularly close this week - note how close the top three are

Results

1st    Robin & Simon        78

2nd    Betty & Paul            77

3rd    Dianne & Bruce           76

4th    Sheila & Ray            70

5th    Sue & Peter B          68

6th    Jenny & Liz               63

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25th October

Expected 5.5 tables but 4.5 tables played.  A quieter atmosphere which improved the evening although it is a bit rushed with this type of movement. Lots of pairs bid and made the small slams but no one bid the grand slams. Generally well bid. 18 hands which finished at 11.15.

Results

1st    Liz & Robin            70

2nd    Hazel & David      67

3rd    Diane & Peter B   65

4th    Betty & Val             61

5th    Ray & Rosa           59

6th    Peter H & Tony      56

7th    Paul & Jenny          52

8th    Ken & Bruce,  Wendy & Margaret  45 

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18th October

Shambles! Scored not recorded because so many mistakes.  1 pair scored the round against the half table! one pair played the same hand three times and the score that counted gave them a top. Several pairs played the same bords twice and only two pairs played the correct boards all evening.  3.5 tables 14 hands

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11th October

 

 

A new season 5th October

3 tables

 

 

The Hatherlys' can bask in their glory but the truth is it is a worringly close result.  The pupils are clearly out to overtake them next time - or thats what they think!!  - To do so they will have to do scoring!

1  Betty (14)         70 points

2  Ray (4)              69 points

3   Margaret (13)  68 points

4   Peter (6)           67 points

5   Dianne (10)     63 points

6   Jennie ( 2)       61 points

7= Liz    (12)         60 points

7= John   (7)        60 points

9   Robin    (9)      59 points

10  Paul    (16)      58 points

11  Rosa    (8)       57 points

12  Steve    (11)    56 points

13=Sue    (5)         55 points

13=Ken    (3)         55 points

15  David    (15)    52 points

16  Hazel    (1)       48 points

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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