Marie Curie Bridge Tournament 2016/17
The bridge tournament, in aid of Marie Curie, has been running for over 20 years. Starting in 1994 with just 10 groups, it’s now grown to 244 groups all over the country with 2,340 players!
The tournament is played across the UK throughout the winter months by groups of around six pairs. Each pair plays the other pairs in their group, choosing either Chicago or Rubber Bridge. You only play one couple at a time, and at your own leisure. The aim is to have lunch/supper/tea, play three rubbers or 20 hands of bridge, and then send in your scores.
The registration fee is £4, and then we ask for a £16 donation. By raising £20 you'll pay for an hour of nursing care for someone living with a terminal illness.
Find out more
For entry forms or to find out more, contact Philippa Cannon on email@example.com, call on01371 876 731 or mail to Philippa Cannon, Langthorns, Little Canfield, Dunmow, Essex, CM6 1TD. And remember, deadline for registrations is 31 May 2016.
The 2015/16 Bridge Tournament raised a fantastic £63,000.
The winners of this year’s tournament were Carolyn Henshilwood and Shelia Ward who were the Chicago Bridge winners with a score of 11,690 and Ted Broughton and Ian Orger who won the Rubber tournament with a score of 11,210. Congratulations!
The runners up this year were:
In the Chicago tournament:
2nd Jane Moyle & Jane Pace - 11,540
3rd Jill & John Patterson - 10,730
In the Rubber Tournament:
2nd Marion Beckley & Beryl Davy - 11,050
3rd Jane Gillies & Euan Harvey Watt - 10,875