Enjoy a fun night of Bridge all for a good cause - all table money plus anything else you would like to contribute will go towards the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
It was only a few years ago when Cambridge members hardly featured in this annual series of bridge tournaments with the notable exception of Herman and Michael who have consistently done well.
At the Te Aroha heat, Kate and Gwyn came top of the room in the morning. Michael and Herman were runners up for the day after finishing 2nd in the morning and first N-S in the afternoon.
Kevin and partner had a steady day scoring 56% and 58% in the respective sessions coming 4th overall.
Three weeks of round-robin 8-board matches between ten teams came to an end in Week 20.
Two stunning sessions of bridge saw Kate McFadyen and Sue Peake take the runners up prize at Te Awamutu Restricted Tournament today.
Michael with partner Anna Kalma from Te Aroha took out joint third spot in Putaruru's 8B Open tournament today. Well done Michael for flying the Cambridge flag!