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  • Berwickers success at East District Congress

    Congratulations to Sandy Duncan on winning the Watson Trophy in the East District Congress Swiss Teams. Sandy first won this trophy in 1966! Reg and Diana Drysdale were third at the break but fell back to average after the meal. Congratulations also to Diana, playing with Joan Forsyth, who came equal third in the East District Congress Swiss Pairs. read more...
    Sunday, 20 October 2019 by Paul Gipson
  • Player promotions

    Congratulations to the following who have been promoted this season: Jean Mole - Scottish Master Brian Griffiths - 1 Star Master Tony Oates - 1 Star Master Susan Wight - Local Master read more...
    Tuesday, 15 October 2019 by Paul Gipson
  • Club etiquette

    With so many new club members, I thought it would be timely to remind everyone of etiquette at the bridge table, laws and regulations, and time limits for correcting errors. The club website provides a guide to etiquette at https://berwickbridgeclub.co.uk/etiquette-guide. I feel the most important point is that no-one should make rulings at their own table: just call the director. Never let a more experienced player say, "You cannot do that, you must ...". Firstly very few players actually know... read more...
    Sunday, 13 October 2019 by Paul Gipson
  • Committee minutes July 2019

    Minutes from July's committee meeting are available on the Committee page. read more...
    Wednesday, 02 October 2019 by Paul Gipson
  • Congratulations to Jean Mole, our newest Scottish Master

    Congratulations to Jean Mole who got the points she needed for the promotion to Scottish Master last Saturday in the Stirling Pairs, playing with Reg Drysdale. They finished 13th of 56 pairs. A Scottish Master requires 200 master points, of which 50 must be National (red) points. On a typical club night the winner gets approximately 0.5 master points. The next target for Jean is National Master. This requires 300 master points, of which 75 must be National (red) points. read more...
    Wednesday, 25 September 2019 by Paul Gipson
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