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East AGM - Mon 27 Apr at 630pm at the Isca Centre.
Nominations for Chairman to replace Keith Ponsford (retiring) to Terry Cannon.
West AGM - Wed 13 May at Plymouth BC at 6pm.
Nominations to Ros Morgan by 5 May.
South AGM and prize pairs - Wed 20 May at Torquay BC.
Nominations and volunteers needed for Chairman, Treasurer and committee as Tim Walton, Pam Ward and Paul Ainsworth are all retiring.
The Annual General Meeting of the Devon Bridge Association will be held at the Isca Centre, Exeter on Sunday 14 June 2015 at 11 a.m., to be followed by the Devon Swiss Teams.
Any resolution for submission to the A.G.M. must be proposed and seconded and sent in writing to the Association’s Hon. Secretary by 17 May. Nominations for the posts of Chairman, vice-Chairman, Hon. Treasurer and Hon. Secretary must be proposed and seconded and sent in writing to the Association’s Hon. Secretary by 17 May. The current Chairman (Mike Hamon), vice-Chairman (George Simnett), Hon Treasurer (Vivien Peters) and Hon Sec (Terence Treeby) are all standing for re-election.
Entries for the Devon Swiss Teams should reach Jeanine Keith by 10 June. Reduced entry fee : £8 per player.
Congratulations to Stefan Lindfors, Jim Grant, Peter Woods and Willie Hamilton who have won the Devon Teams. They beat Warner Solomon's team in a closely fought final, with the result in doubt up to the last board. They qualify to play in the Pachabo (for county teams champions) and we wish them the best of luck.
Braunton celebrated 25 years on 1st April. All members received commemorative pens and there was a buffet and a special cake.
Shown above from left to right are Regina Thomas, Brenda Martin, John Sach and Tim Gay
The Devon Congress attracted 112 pairs and 59 teams. It was superbly run (as always) by David Jones and his team with Terence Treeby and his team behind the scenes.
Congratulations to Rob Cliffe and Alan Mayo who just pipped Clare Hamon and Robert Dixon to the post in the Swiss Pairs
and to Ian Walsh, Peter Bowles, Jacek Pietrzycki and Mike Orriel who won the Swiss Teams.
Thanks to the hotel and all the people who worked so hard to make the event so successful.
Following some recent misunderstandings, the rules and regulations for county and section events are clarified in a single document. In particular, there is a correction period which expires at mid-day two days following the publication of the results. Any protests should be first reported to whoever was the Director.