AGM

Rainbow whist and Studying the balance sheet

The AGM held on Saturday morning 1st Feb in the Bowlers Pavilion was attended by a record fifty-two members. The second record of the day was at lunch time when over fifty enjoyed either Meat Balls or Chilli served with Jacket Potatoes followed by an assortment of crumbles and lce cream. Rainbow Whist led by Ken was played throughout the afternoon. I am sure everyone will agree that it was a busy but very enjoyable day and a delight to see so many members.

Second Bridge Day, Thurs 16th Jan

Another good turn out for our 2nd Bridge Day of the winter programme. Pam with her partner managed 2nd place while Penny, Ron and Audrey all competed for the highest minus score (booby), Ron and Audrey had no trouble in taking the booby prize as by coincident they took the same prize at the October Bridge day!! This event raised a grand sum of £611 . A mention of thanks must go to all of you involved in this very successful day –  MANY THANKS TO YOU ALL

Christmas Lunch Fri 13th Dec

A very successful Christmas lunch was held at the Farleigh Golf Club on Friday 13th December. Just under seventy members and friends enjoyed a well cooked lunch, the pleasant surroundings and the friendly staff.

Sincere thanks to all of you who donated raffle prizes which bought in a profit of £156

Friendly Match

Purley Bury were invited to play at the All England Tennis and Croquet Club at Wimbledon on Friday 9th August. Sadly our team lost the match however they and four spectators had a most enjoyable day

Midweek Tournament

On July 31st the club held its Summer midweek Tournament. There were 4 teams competing in a various games. The overall winners were Angela Stitt and Bill Stern.

Friday Lunchtime Association Coaching

These improver-level sessions run 12:45-13:45 on Fridays and are led by John
Daniels.

April 26th 2019: Winning the next break
● Deciding whether to try for a hoop or set a leave
● Creating a powerful leave
● Which shot to take when faced with a leave
May 3rd 2019: Cannons
● Got 3 (or 4!) touching balls and don’t know what to do?
● This is the session for you
● Theory and practice
May 10th 2019: The rover peel
● Deciding whether to run the last hoop
● Preparing and executing the peel
● Should you attempt to peel opponent?
May 17th 2019: The end game
● Pegging out
● Should you peg-out your opponent?
● Three ball endings
The sessions will be rearranged in the event of bad weather (e.g. significant
rainfall!). There is no need to book – just turn up around 12:30. If you have
suggestions for other topics please let John