ACBL Canadian Bridge Fedaration

2013 Phil Wood Under 200 Trophy Race Standings following Evergreen Sectional

With one sectional to go, Debbie Martignago leads ... but it is close!

The Phil Wood Under 200 Trophy (and six free plays for open sectionals in the next calendar year) is won by the player who wins the most points at Unit 430 open sectionals, having begun the calendar year below 200.  This means that if you pass 200 during the year, you are still eligible, but you will not be next year!  The defending champion (not eligible this year) is James Wu.

Wild finish creates a tie at the top!
  Rank   PlayerMasterpoints
1Debbie Martignago, Pitt Meadows BC 15.00
2Jane Skinner, North Vancouver BC 13.38
3Nita Dalal, Vancouver BC 13.35
4David Herbert, Vancouver BC 13.01
5Bill Matheson, Richmond BC 9.10
6David Butler, Vancouver BC 8.09
7Paul Fournier, Vancouver BC 7.28
8Marlene Sumi, Burnaby BC 6.28
9Jim Garnier, Maple Ridge BC 6.24
10Grethe Larsen, Surrey BC 6.07
11Peter Lockwood, Surrey BC 5.89
12Mary Dewar, Nanaimo BC 5.86
13Tom Jen Kwan, Vancouver BC 5.83
14Valerie Wilson, White Rock BC 5.56
15Adrianne Damgaard, Whistler BC 5.52
16Dan Branscum, Oak Harbor WA 5.40
17Ruisheng Shi, Burnaby BC 5.22
18Larry Barker, North Vancouver BC 4.95
19Marlene Bawn, Blaine WA 4.76
20Dick Snell, Surrey BC 4.41
21Faye Jensen, Vancouver BC 4.24
22Roger Mandery, Mt Vernon WA 3.74
22Marjorie Mandery, Mt Vernon WA 3.74
24Pam Barrie, Surrey BC 3.45
25William Zohrab, West Vancouver BC 3.11
26Louise Hutchinson, White Rock BC 2.88
27Barbara Forfellow, Port Coquitlam BC 2.64
28Carol Jensen, White Rock BC 2.63
28Susan McEvoy, Langley BC 2.63
30Silvana Trotter, Burnaby BC 2.57

466 different players have won 2795.98 masterpoints in the first three open sectionals of 2013.