Powell River Duplicate Bridge Club hands out awards

Organization recognizes individual and team accomplishments in 2019

Powell River Duplicate Bridge Club recently handed out its trophies for 2019. Here are the results:

Biggest game: Ben Sills and Marg Havens, 79%

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Most masterpoints: Dennis Bremner, 50

Seniors pairs: Frank Penich and Lynda Harris

Mixed pairs: Scott Glaspey and Claudine Veran

ACBL wide charity game: Tony Thickett and San Sian tied with Scott Glaspey and Terry Stokes

Unmixed pairs: Marg Havens and Marion Stoodley, Ladies; Dennis Bremner and Dave Harper, Men’s

Whitney memorial game: Dave Harper and Gail Fennell

Team of 4: San Sian, Marion Stoodley, Marg Havens and Janna Packard

Rookie of the year: Doug Engram

Attendance: Jeannette Zagwyn

Two session pairs: Dennis and Kay Bremner tied with Jeannette Zagwyn and Gord Cairns

Men’s Marathon: Dave Harper, 58%

Ladies Marathon: Gail Fennell, 59.70%

Powell River Duplicate Bridge Club meets three times per week at the Alano Club in Townsite. Mondays at 9:30 am, Tuesdays at 2 pm and Thursdays at 2 pm. Mini lessons are offered every Thursday at 1 pm.

For more information, contact Vivian Thickett at 604.485.4430.

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