It wasn’t that good for us last night, but, do you know what, Summer has almost arrived, well I suppose Spring has almost arrived. I’m getting a little confused now, but you know what I mean.
There were some great hands, most of which we either didn’t have, or didn’t do justice to them. But some did, with Wilkie and Verberck coming out top of the five and a half table pile, followed by Vaun and Guylaine, then Diana and Anne.
I cannot indulge myself this morning and regale you with some witticisms or deep thoughts about life, because I’m having problems with the Internet connection here, therefore having to borrow the neighbour’s wi-fi connectivity.
Have to go now, see you all tomorrow, or at least most of you.
Roy the unconnected.
|Small Slams||Grand Slams|
|1||5||Bill Wilkie & Jan Verberck||116/ 168||69.05||30|
|2||10||Vaun Robson & Guylaine Turton||117/ 192||60.94||25|
|3||1||Diana Boudewijns & Ann Schreiber||88/ 168||52.38||20|
|4||2||Di & Trevor England||87/ 168||51.79||15|
|5||7||Deirdre Ingersent & Helen Roberts||81/ 168||48.21||10|
|6||11||Bridie Bullen-Smith & Paul van der Wal||92/ 192||47.92||5||1|
|7||4||Lisa Adamson & Trish Blair||79/ 168||47.02|
|8||3||Dallis Pattle & Rosemary Conlin||76/ 168||45.24|
|9||8||Tor Meyer & Cathy Saville||73/ 168||43.45|
|10||9||Heather Stevens & Judy Spangenberg||81/ 192||42.19||1|
|11||6||Roy Hayward & Ian Lowdon||70/ 168||41.67|