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16 May 2022
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Interclub bridge competition attracts 12 teams

Brisbane Water Bridge Club hosted 12 teams for round two of the Interclub Teams competition.

Brisbane Water fielded eight teams with Gosford, Bateau Bay and Long Jetty making up the rest.

The local club's Team Tomlinson won the tournament with six wins giving them a nine-point VP buffer over their closest opponents Team Coats.

Brisbane Water filled the next four spots making it a great day for the club.

The event was directed by Ronnie Ng.

Lunch, drinks and nibbles were supplied throughout the day.

Results after six of six matches were:

1 Chris Hasemore, Martin Johnson, Hope Tomlinson, Barry Foster 116 Imps, 93.21 VPs, 6-0-0, 1.93 red points.

2 Jan Clarke, Di Coats, Sally Clarke, Garry Clarke 102, 84.43, 5-0-1, 1.47.

3 Lorraine Lindsay, Jan Davis, Sylvia Foster, Jaan Oitmaa 22, 64.40, 2-0-4, 0.83.

4 Ed Vaughan, Robin Vaughan, Jorgen Boettiger, Julie Teague 9, 63.08, 3-0-3, 0.79.

5 Shirley Crockett, Noel Crockett, Christine Hadaway, Chris Hannan 2, 61.70, 3-0-3, 0.43.

6 Trish Byrnes, Jurate Laisve, Alma Van Der Walt, Kathryn Ivits 2, 60.12, 3-1-2, 0.50.

7 Barbara Grant, Louis Koolen, Pauline Caust, Alan Bustany -24, 54.08, 3-0-3, 0.43.

8 Jim Routledge, Marcelle Goslin, Jenny Buckley, David Snow -23, 52.96, 2-2-2, 0.43.

9 Roy Cotton, Sue Eastman, Matt Raj Mal, Marilyn Scott -22, 52.58, 2-0-4, 0.29.

10 Carol Parker, Sharon Versteege, Wanda Little, Pam Townsend -54, 49.55, 2-1-3, 0.36.

11 David Bowerman, Dasha Brandt, Marilyn Whigham, Joan Walsh -47, 44.71, 1-0-5, 0.14.

12 Elaine Hume, Peter Hume, Felicity Fane, Hilary Owen -83, 39.18, 2-0-4, 0.29.

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