New SBU disciplinary procedures with respect to online cheating have been published on the 'History, constitution and regulations' page.
Please note that all club members are required, as part of their SBU membership, to follow this procedure.
If you have any questions, please contact a Committee member.
The agenda for the next committee meeting is now published at the bottom of the Committee page, typically one week prior to the meeting.
If you have any inputto a meeting, just contact the Secretary or any other committee member.
Minutesofa meeting are typically published the following day.
Even though our bridge has been limited, club members are still doing well and the following have been promoted:
Penny Davidson - 5 Star Master
Marion Mead - 1 Star Master
Sue Price - Master
Jill Connor - District Master
Catherine Ross - Local Master
Peter Ross - Local Master
Ann Love - Local Master
Chris Orchard - Local Master
Peter Bistram - Club Master
Keith Robertson - Club Master
Saturday, 10 April will mark the first year anniversary of Paul's Saturday morning 12-board tournaments. He, occasionally with some help, has run 50 tournaments to date to provide the club and friends with a regular start to the weekend.
Overall 186 people have participated, including regulars from Scotland, England, Denmark and South Africa. Pairs who thought they were joining the Berwick club, Melbourne, Australia have also been welcomed.
A number of players have competed in at least 40 events:
Sandy Duncan,partneringwith Bob McPaul, Jim Hay and Derrick Peden, won the Strathpeffer Congress Swiss Teams.
Sandy was 10VP clear of second-placed Jean Mole, Reg and Diana Drysdale (playing with SBU President Joan Forsyth).
When the teams met in the penultimate round, there were four flat boards but a game swing gave Sandy a 16-4VP win that proved the difference in the final table.
Congratulations to everyone.