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SBU October SIMS Results
Congratualtion to the winners in the SBU Sims for the Lord Thomson Trophy:
Vanessa Wilson & Chris Anthony Kelso 70.44 Thur
Lord Thomson Trophy Winners
Kevin Strathern & Nat Fell Glasgow Bridge Centre 68.86 Wed
Helen Wood & Earl McGregor Stepping Stone Bridge Club 67.58 Mon
Jean Macleod & Derek MacKenzie Stornoway 66.42 Tue
We had a record entry with 298 tables playing across Scotland.
The Celtic Simultaneous Pairs are running next week:
On-line Womens teams
The WBF has asked me to publicise this opportunity
“The World Bridge Federation is delighted to bring a new women’s event to the 2024 calendar.
It takes place on 16-18 February 2024, which is not so far away. Please can you publicise this event and encourage teams to take part?
You will notice that this online event is both accessible and affordable. The format allows for women players to compete in the company of others, that maybe they’d never be able to meet in person, and experience competitive bridge.
As with all online WBF events, we will award WBF . . .
Cyprus Bridge Festival 5-9 April 2024
Information on this event can be found at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SmVDvqpsYDvkioosLI30HQ4RctxYo0NT/view?usp=sharing
Selections for Lady Milne Home International
The Director of International Performance and Selection has considered all of the data from last year’s Lady Milne event, Performance Events over recent weeks and other performance data. It has been decided to select the team as early as practicable so that they can have plenty of time to prepare. Consequently, the following players have been invited to represent Scotland in the Lady Milne Home International, which is being held on 19th- 21st April in Gormanstown, Ireland.
Sheila Adamson & Abi Milne
Liz McGowan & Fiona McQuaker
Samantha Punch & Anne Symons
Reserve pair:- Katharine Bailey & Amanda Douglas
The non-playing captain will . . .
Thea Teale Pairs 2023 Results
Congratulations to the winners of the Thea Teale:
|Prize per |
|1st||Barry Ross & Mary Stein||Hamilton Bridge Club||50|
|2nd||David Olive & Fiona Scully||Inverness Bridge Club||40|
|3rd||Kathy Whaler & Roy Heanes||New Melville Bridge Club||30|
There were 54 tables playing in 6 Bridge Clubs. This is the biggest face to face event we have run for a long time. Big thanks to the clubs who hosted heats.