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More ideas in search of Canada’s best women players

Hubby Ray had some thoughts on this subject and he brought up an idea I had forgotten about.  Several of Canada’s best women players play mostly Open Events.  Judy Gartangis, May Paul and Sandra Fraser have great track records in the CNTC.

Here is how they have done:

  2001 2002 2005 2006 2007 2008
Sandra     2 1 2 (CWTC) 2
Judy 1 3-4 3-4 5-8 2 5-8

Sandra Fraser with the silver medal team 2008


Judy, silver medalist 2007


Mary has been a bit less active lately but her record is outstanding and I can vouch for the fact that she is Mary Paulan excellent player and a fierce competitor.

Mary Paul won the first ever CNTC in 1977 and subsequently won it again in 1993.  She placed third in the 1989 Venice Cup, third in the women’s olympiad in 1988, 5th in the Swiss Plate in 1984, 6th in the world senior pairs in Montreal in 2002. and won many CWTC and represented Canada many times from 1968 to 1997.   She is author of Partnership Bidding, a Masterpoint Press book designed to help you establish agreements with your partner.

I am sure I am missing many of her achievements.

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