Sharon Good Neighbors bridge scores
SHARON — There were 16 players for duplicate bridge at Good Neighbors on Low Road on March 7. With four full tables, the Howell Movement was used so that each pair played with more other individual pairs than is possible with the more popular Mitchell Movement. The average score was 42. In first with 50.5 points (60.12 percent) were Sue Lynch and Marguerite McGrath; in second with 48.5 points (57.74 percent) were Tom Burke and Harry Hall, and in third with 45.5 points (54.17 percent) were Doris Reeves and Dianne Montague.There were six full tables on March 14. Playing five boards a round, with a skip after three rounds, all players played 25 boards. The average score was 50, so the percent is the same as the score. For North South pairs, in first with 60 points were Ann Patton and Mary Robertson; in second with 58 points were Lois Lang and Gail Gamble, and in third with 55.5 points were Carol Magowan and Harry Hall. For East West pairs, in first with 59.5 points were Biz Rogers and Ruth Adams; in second with 53.5 points were Sue Lynch and Judy Swanson, and in third with 49.5 points were Anne Bates and Peg Murphy.There were five full tables on March 21. We played five boards a round. With no skips, sit-outs, or bye tables every pair played the same 25 boards. The average score was 50, so the percentage and the number of points are the same. For North South pairs, in first with 58 points were Carol Magowan and Harry Hall; in second with 53 points were Ruth Adams and John Bevan, and in third with 51 points were Doris Reeves and John Neufeld. For East West pairs, in first with 65 points were Kit Kellogg and lawyer Kitty Kiefer; in second with 51.5 points were Marguerite McGrath and Anne Bates, and in third with 46.5 points were Vivian Sullivan and Peg Murphy.