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Bridge club plays Easter Pairs and Anzac Pairs

Brisbane Water Bridge Club saw eight tables play in its Easter Pairs.

It was a close finish in both north-south and east-west with no certainty of the winners till the final board.

Winners were Jim Routledge and Marcelle Goslin (north-south), and Lorraine Lindsay and Chris Hannan (east-west).

Fifteen duos contested the club's Anzac Pairs red point event held on Monday, April 25. Jacqueline Wilson and Chris Hasemore took the honours scoring a 62 per cent win, four per cent clear of the nearest challengers.

Club stalwarts Ed and Robin Vaughan picked up second spot with Lorraine Lindsay and Richard Carter taking third edging out Sylvia Foster and Jaan Oitmaa.

Results of the Anzac Pairs were:

1 Chris Hasemore, Jacqueline Wilson 210.4 (62.61 per cent), 0.80 red points.

2 Ed Vaughan, Robin Vaughan 197.3 (58.71), 0.56.

3 Lorraine Lindsay, Richard Carter 193.9 (57.69), 0.40.

4 Jaan Oitmaa, Sylvia Foster 192.6 (57.32), 0.27.

5 Noel Crockett, Shirley Crockett 183.3 (54.54), 0.20.

6 Janet Clarke, Sally Clarke 181.6 (54.06), 0.16.

7 Chris Hannan, Karen Ody 181.3 (53.95), 0.13.

8 Tom Tomlinson, Linda Brown 168.9 (50.27).

9 Barry Foster, Hope Tomlinson 168.2 (50.05).

10 David Bowerman, Dasha Brandt 158.0 (47.01).

11 Jorgen Boettiger, Julie Teague 153.6 (45.73).

12 Susan McCall, Pamela Joseph 152.2 (45.29).

13 Meg McGregor, Hilary Owen 140.9 (41.93).

14 Marcelle Goslin, Jim Routledge 136.8 (40.71).

North-South results of Easter Pairs played on April 19 were:

1 Marcelle Goslin, Jim Routledge 265.0 (59.15 per cent), 0.40 red points.

2 Christine Hadaway, Chris Hasemore 262.0 (58.48), 0.28.

3 Jorgen Boettiger, Deborah Guthrie 261.0 (58.26), 0.20.

4 Robyn Serra, Meg McGregor 217.0 (48.44), 0.13.

5 Martin Johnson, Hope Tomlinson 212.0 (47.32).

6 Graham Woof, Peter Hume 211.0 (47.10).

7 Geoffrey Maltby, Edith Marshall 185.0 (41.29).

8 Felicity Fane, Tracey Dillon 179.0 (39.96).

East-West results were:

1 Lorraine Lindsay, Chris Hannan 261.0 (58.26), 0.40.

2 Jaan Oitmaa, Sylvia Foster 253.0 (56.47), 0.28.

3 Noel Crockett, Shirley Crockett 232.0 (51.79), 0.20.

4 Ed Vaughan, Robin Vaughan 229.0 (51.12), 0.13.

5 Susan McCall, Pamela Joseph 220.0 (49.11).

6 Carolynne Mucharsky, Kathleen Bromley 206.0 (45.98).

7 Dasha Brandt, David Bowerman 197.0 (43.97).

8 Elaine Hume, Heather Brown 194.0 (43.30). SOURCE: Website, 29 Apr 2022 Brisbane Water Bridge Club





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