The Jamie Batey Trophy, played on Sunday 19th June, was a great success, raising over £300 for charity.
This year, the winners of this popular, no-fear tournament were Doris Campbell, Mike Chapleo, Emily Garden and Quentin Stephens.
Our congratulations to them.
Pictured with the winning team are Beth, Tom and Dan Batey.
The final positions were:
Congratulations to Torphins on winning the teams of eight league division I.
Congratulations to on winning league division II.
The format of the teams of eight league fit next year is currently under discussion. If you are a team captain, the secretary will already have sent you an email, enquiring on your team availability next year.
If you would like to enter a team next year, please email us.
The results of the MacPhee have been posted here.
The results of the Davidson Cup have been posted here.
The final results for the 2015-2016 District Teams of Four League have been checked and are here.
Congratulations to Maureen Mowat's winning team in what turned out to be a close finish, with Sandy Duncan's team hot on their heels in second place and Donald Campbell's team third.
Entry forms for next year's league were distributed to each participating team and, of course, anyone wishing to enter a team for next season's league is most welcome and can contact the convenor directly, or get in touch with us via the form on this website.
Six teams have already entered for next and the ink's not even dry on the results...
Are you a visitor to the North District and would like to have a game of bridge while here?
The contact details of SBU-affiliated clubs are here.
Go on - get in touch and arrange for a game - you know you want to.
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The North District promotes bridge through education for both children and adults.
We have a number of accredited teachers and classes are held for all levels of experience.
For more information, click here.