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Canberra 2017

Paul Lavings, Robert Krochmalik, Ron Klinger & Neil Ewart won the qualifying rounds of the 2017 Australian National Seniors' Teams and won the semi-final comfortably, but lost in the final.
In the Bobby Richman Open Pairs (186 pairs) at the Gold Coast Congress in February, Matt Mullamphy and Ron Klinger reached the final and came second. In the Gold Coast Open Teams (214 teams), Matt Mullamphy - Ron Klinger  with Bill Haughie - Simon Hinge finished sixth, but lost the knock-out match in the Round of 4. Matt and Ron finished fourth on datums (out of 475 pairs)

Ron Klinger Bridge Holidays 2017/2018

Hi everyone!

At last we've had a chance to get our flyers done for our holidays for this year and January 2018. We have our regular Tangalooma and Norfolk Island bridge holidays and a Silverseas cruise to Alaska in May (virtually full), but there is a new cruise in January 2018 and it's departing from Sydney!!! It's around south and west Australia to Bali, Indonesia and eventually Singapore. No long flight for the departure! Terrific!
Yours sincerely,

Ron Klinger's autograph

Here are the destinations for RonKlingerBridge.com Holiday Bridge 2017/2018:

Silversea Alaska Cruise: May 18 - 25
Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort: July 9 - 16
Norfolk Island: Oct 30 - Nov 6
Silver Shadow Sydney to Singapore Cruise: Jan 3 -21, 2018

 

 

 

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