Christmas Party – 16th December 2011

Proceedings started at 6:30 pm.  A fine spread was provided, organised by Vi and our members, with wine and soft drinks to get us in the spirit.

The year’s results were announced and the trophies presented.  The results were:


Played Names Rolling Average   %
30 Alan Bayfield & Di   Hillage 58.26
24 Alan Godden & Eunice Hillage 56.34
35 Vi Cooper &   Phil Roberts 54.72
27 Dee   Worlock & Sheila Kempster 51.76
29 Ron Coppock & Jean   Cahill 49.52
28 John   Taylor & Stella Taylor 48.87
Pairs must play 20 times in a season to qualify
Non-qualifying Results
Played Names Rolling Average %
10 Peter Irwin & Eunice   Hillage 48.77
9 Sylvia Charles & Eleanor   Baxter 46.31
7  Bill Cooper & Huw Griffiths 44.00
18 Viv   Jackson & Joyce Heath 43.07
6 Rowland Stellig & Huw   Griffiths 42.13
8 Rowland   Stellig & Bill Cooper 36.46
Pairs playing fewer than 6 times omitted

Trophies presented were:

Motcombe Bridge Shield

Alan Bayfield & Di Hillage – 58.26% (annual average)

Highest Score in any week

Vi Cooper & Phil Roberts – 76.19%

Fred Blake Memorial Trophy

Alan Godden & Eunice hillage – 65.28%  (best pairs score 5/4/2011, donations to British Heart Foundation)

Peter & Anita Alford Trophy

Phil Roberts – 50 nett match points in Chicago – best individual on the day (9/9/2011)

♣ ♦ ♥

A session of Chicago followed.  Ron Coppock and Sheila Kempster went home with bottles of Christmas cheer for winning the best score for the men (+36 points nett) and the ladies (+32 points nett) respectively!

The club reconvenes on Friday 6th January 2012.  Please confirm with Jean in the week prior to the 6th to ensure you get a game.


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