Alan McArthur Teams

4 week competition from 16th November

Alan McArthur was co-founder of the Canberra Bridge Club and prominent in the early administration of Canberra bridge. Professionally, he was the world authority on bushfires.
Alan McArthur Teams

Monday Evenings - 7:15pm, 16th, 23rd & 30th November & 7th December
Location: 
Canberra Bridge Club (face-to-face session)

  •  Honour Board Event
  •  1 of 3 Major Teams Events in CBC Calendar
  • RED  Masterpoints
  •  Enter either:
    • Online
    • By contacting the Managers by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
  •  Pre-entry required. Entries close Friday, 13th November at 12pm midday.
  •  Late entries accepted only under strict conditions.
  • The entry fee is $48 per player for the 4 week event. Please pay by direct deposit in advance:
    BSB   032 730       Account number   355176
  • Regulations for the Alan McArthur Teams 2020 (PDF)
 

                     Current Entries                

  1. David Hoffman (paid), David Wawn (paid), Peter Grant (paid), Tony Marinos (paid)
  2. Morag Lokan (paid), Chris Lokan (paid), Cathy Nichols (paid), John Niven (paid)
  3. Julia Hoffman (paid), Chris Quail (paid), Pam Crichton (paid), Ross Crichton (paid)
  4. Peter Kahler (paid), Janet Kahler (paid), Adrienne Stephens (paid), Peter Quach (paid)
  5. Tony Marker (paid), Bruce Crossman (paid), Jodi Tutty (paid), Bill Tutty (paid)
  6. Lyn Carter (paid), Anne Powell (paid), Malcolm Carter (paid), Jennifer Carter (paid)
  7. Niek Van Vucht (paid), Paul Nelson (paid), Rob Hurst (paid), Des Manderson (paid)
  8. Ian Robinson (paid), George Kozakos (paid), Michael Smart, Sebastian Yuen (paid), Christy Geromboux(paid)
  9. Josh Tomlin (paid), Ruitian Lang (paid), Simon Grant (paid), Bruce Chapman (paid)
  10. Stephen Carter (paid) Emlyn Williams (paid), Margaret Kyburz (paid), Roy Nixon ( paid) (subs Bob Cox, Sue La Peyre)

 

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Alan McArthur was co-founder of the Canberra Bridge Club and prominent in the early administration of Canberra bridge.  Professionally, he was the world authority on bushfires.