The Herefordshire GC

Ladies 13-hole Texas Scramble: 1. Fran Ward, Janie Allman, Sarah Griffiths 49 nett; 2. Jeanette Duncalfe, Janet Hill, Marie Parry 50.

Leominster GC

Men’s November Stableford: Division 1: 1. J Small 35 points; 2. Dave Jones 33; 3. Graham Lloyd 33.

Division 2: 1. Jamie Edwards 34; 2. Colin Henshaw 33; 3. Terry Morgan 28.

Division 3: 1. Simon Roberts 32; 2. Steve Eastell 30; 3. Paul Emberton 29.

Ladies’ Poppy Stableford: 1. Julie Powell 29 points; 2. Heather Cass 28; 3. Kath Parsons 27.

The total amount raised from this event and a similar one run by the Seniors the previous week was £250.

Seniors November Stableford: 1. Mike Barrington 36 points; 2. Dave Jones 34; 3. Kevin Room 34.

Grove GC Ladies

Stableford Competition: 1. Susan Davenport 36 points; 2. Pauline Foster 34; 3. Caroline Lewis 34.


Lyonshall Bridge BC

Online, November 3: 1. Michael Cluett & Noorissa Davies 62.8%; =2. David Moore & Richard Hill/ Kathy & Dennis Chapple 61.7; 4. Margaret Edwards & Zita Chilman 61.4.

Ross BC

Bridge-on-Line results (November 2): 1. George Barrett & Paul Smith 66.67%; 2. Steve Lawrence & Anne Summers 65.48; 3. Dave & Sarah Weller 62.30; 4. Linda Blunt & Owen Evans 61.11; 5. Colin Burgess & Rosie Dalton 59.52; 6. Sue Munday & Pat Jenkins 54.76

"Village Peoples" Charity Christmas Bridge Cup

There were fireworks in "the Village" during bonfire night’s Bridge League.

The standard of bridge continues to rocket in the “Village”, due in no small part to the head coach, Helen Powers.

Therefore it was fitting that, together with her partner Daniel Pearce Higgins, they took the "Top Gun” accolade.

Runners up were Simon Evans and Peter Quick. Bouncing back to the Aces division were, Frances Middleton and Andrew Joyce with the night's top score of +35.7, together with “The Terminators” Liz Drew and Adrian Lunt.

League Rookies Sally Wilmott and Pamela James Moore made their mark with a score of 21 IMPs and promotion to the Kings.

A special mention goes to Steve Grisman and Sue Parnaby achieving a personal best.

Whilst "The Lion Hearts" Richard Gould and Richard Priestly joined the ancient order of the wooden spoon.

"The Overlords" also known as Colin Palmer and Brian Organ remain unassailable at the top of the “ladder” after a close encounter with "the Ladies who Lunch" Dorothy Johnson and Gill Boase . The Friday night nail-biter was snatched from the "Ladies" grasp when "The Overlords" came from behind overturning a 700 pt deficit in the last two hands.

A monthly team contest has been arranged between local Villages: Burghill, Sutton St Nicholas, Ledgmoor and the "Village Peoples".