Winning bridge results

Winning bridge results for November 22 to December 4.


Nov 22: Social bridge – 1. Natalie Sadesky, 2. Len Magri, 3. Gisela Bodnar, 4. Ella Hoskins. Nov . 25: Sunday Duplicate : 1. Arlene & Bert Lamoureux, 2. Ona Bouchard & Carol Jeffery, 3. Orville Cooper & Mike Clayton, 4. Gerry Chatelaine & Dan Quilty. Congratulations to Ona Bouchard and Carol Jeffery for bidding and making a Grand Slam. Nov. 26: 1. Dan Quilty, 2. Isa Ellis, 3. Bruce Motherwell, 4. Giesala Bodnar. Nov. 27: 1. Ona Bouchard & Jim McLean, 2. Tom McNie & Dave Peterson, 3. Barbara Peterson & Eugene Ogino. The Salmon Arm Duplicate Bridge Club meets Tuesday evenings. Everyone welcome. For more info, call 250-832-7454. Dec 2: Sunday duplicate – 1. Doreen & Dennis Roberts, 2. Orville Cooper & Mike Clayton, 3. Ella Hoskins & Peter Budda, 4. Joan Hokanson & Terry Jobe. Beginners Bridge Club – Fridays 2-4.  Call 250-832-6550 for info. Dec 3: 1. Isa Ellis, 2. Sylvester Wysoki, 3. Gisela Bondar, 4. Georgina Marshall. Dec. 4: Joan Hokanson & Terry Jobe, 2. Dan Quilty & Michael Clayton, 3. Tom McNie & Dave Peterson, 4. Lynne Storey & John Parton.



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