Congratulations to the following who have been promoted this season:
Christine McCreath - 5 Star Master
Margaret Patterson - 4 Star Master
Sandy Moor - 1 Star Master
Tony Houghton - Master
Ian McCreath - Master
Perry Vassie - District Master
Nigel Marlow - District Master
Bill Rowley - Local Master
Anne Horne - Local Master
Kelvin Butler - Local Master
Nicola Corbyn - Local Master
Graham Bone - Club Master
Len Hutton - Club Master
Jill Connor - Club Master
Chris Orchard - Club Master
The AGM of the Club will be held on Tuesday 28 May in the Parish Room starting at 7.15pm: the agenda and a copy of the minutes from the last AGM are available. A summary of the accounts, after they have been audited, will beadded prior to the AGM.
Any member wishing to propose a motion for discussion at the AGM should notify Trish Frewby Tuesday 21 May.
A reminder that nominations for the posts of Officers or Committee members must be signed by the nominee, proposer, and seconder and sent to Trish...
Congratulations to Sandy Duncan, who with his partner Bob McPaul was 4th in the National Pairs Final held on 28 April. Pairs from all over Scotland compete in regional heats in this competition, and 22 pairs made it through to the national final in Glasgow.
Because the Calder is handicapped and the Martin isn't, the pair who win one don't necessarily win both - however, this year the 'double' has been achieved by George Martin and Jean Mole. Runners-up in both competitions were the same, with Graeme Bone and Jill Connor achieving this in their first full season in the Club, and likewise third place was a 'double' for Marion Mead and Dorothy Moore. Fourth place in the Martin went to Colin Edney and Ian McCreath, while in the Calder David King and Nigel...
With the McDonald Cup competition now completed, another close finish has been recorded. Colin Edney and Penny Davidson, who won this event last season, have once again come in as winners, but two pairs - Ros French & George Martin and Graeme Bone & Jill Connor - tied for second place and couldn't even be separated by taking their next-best results into account: the fairest solution would appear to be to acknowledge that there is a tie and to split the sum of 2nd and 3rd prize money between...