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Local Bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin

Bachl/ Gealy Bring Home Gold

The last week in October was the time for the Charlotte Regional Tournament.  Several of our players were excited to attend to gain Gold points toward earning their Life Master level.  Both Judy Gealy and Carol Bachl earned 10 of their required 25.  They hope to gain the rest by the end of next year.  Good luck to all who are working toward Life Master.

Our Christmas Party for both of the Salisbury Clubs is scheduled for December 7th at the old Holiday Inn.  The room rental is paid for by club funds to reduce the per person cost. More specific details are to come.  Please plan to join us. This party is almost here.  What happened to 2016?

Our Friday November 4th Evergreen game was a nail biter.   First place was 4.5 points ahead of second and second place 2.5 over third. There were 3 pairs tied out of the six left.  Winning 1st Dick Brisbin and Pat Featherston, 2nd BettyBonner Steele and Patty King, 3rd Fern Albracht and Judy Gealy, tied for 3rd -4th -5th Nancy Brandt and Wade Lowder with Patsey Reynolds and Toni Iossi with Marie Pugh and Ruth Bowles.

Featured is board #10   All vulnerable     East dealer

NORTH:

S   K 5 4

H  A 8 3

D  A

C  A T 6 4 3 2

WEST:                EAST:

S  6 2                     S  A Q J 9 8 7

H  K Q 5 2            T

D  K Q T 4 3         D  9 8 6 2

7 5                      C  K 8

SOUTH:

S  T 3

H  J 9 7 6 4

D  J 7 5

Q J 9

 

3NT was the bid for all N/S pairs but played in the S the contract was successful but not in the N.

Joe O’Brien and Genny Mozolak had the best N/S score bidding 3NS +2 while the best E/W score was a tie with Patsy Reynolds and Toni Iossi  and BettyBonner Steele and Patty King defeating 3NN 1 trick.

The Tuesday November 8th Women’s Club winners were: 1st Sonjia McHone and Jayne Shive,2nd Nancy Brandt and Tom Johnson, 3rd John and Myrnie McLaughlin

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