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Camrose 2017: La Repubblica d’Irlanda è in testa

Posted on 05 March 2017

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Il Camrose Trophy (Home International Series), è il campionato annuale tra le cinque nazioni dell’arcipelago britannico: Inghilterra, Galles, Irlanda, Irlanda del Nord, Scozia. Si svolge in due gironi completi con incontri di trentadue mani ciascuno che si giocano in due fine settimana. La nazione che ospita la seconda parte del torneo ha il diritto di schierare una seconda squadra; questo è per eliminare il riposo. Il secondo incontro si sta giocando in Scozia, all’Holyday Inn di Edimburgo; perciò c’è una seconda squadra scozzese, la Scottish Bridge Union (SBU).

Nelle precedenti settantatre edizioni dell’evento (la prima fu nel 1937), l’Inghilterra ha vinto cinquantuno volte, la Scozia dodici, l’Irlanda sei, il Galles una e l’Irlanda del Nord nessuna.

Il primo fine settimana ha avuto luogo in gennaio, al Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa Warwickshire. Questa era la classifica finale:

 

76.52 Republic of Ireland. NPC Grainne Barton. Tom Hanlon, Hugh McGann, Tommy Garvey, John Carroll, Mark Moran, Rory Boland

 

73.80 England. NPC David Burn. Frances Hinden, Graham Osborne, Martin Jones, Neil Rosen, Jeffrey Allerton, Chris Jagger.

 

53.34 Wales. NPC Alan Stephenson. Tim Rees, Gary Jones, Adrian Thomas, Paul Denning, Paul Lamford, Richard Placket

 

41.12 SBU. NPC Anne Symons, John Matheson, Iain Sime, Sam Punch, Stephen Peterkin, Alan Goodman, Brian Short.

 

32.95 Northern Ireland. NPC John Ferguson. Rex Anderson, David Greenwood, Ciara Burns, John Murchan, Greer Mackenzie, Hastings Campbell

 

20.27 Scotland. NPC Malcolm Cuthbertson. Mike Ash, Arend Bayer, Sandy Duncan, Jim Hay, Alex Adamson, Mike McGinley

 

Nel secondo fine settimana, dopo tre dei cinque incontri, la classifica è la seguente:

 

126.15 Republic of Ireland

110.00 England

77.97 Wales

71.21 SBU

56.78 Northern Ireland

35.89 Scotland

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Paolo Enrico Garrisi

 

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