15th March 2019 News
Last night our Squash Team 2 had a fine 4/1 win over neighbouring Chaville. (Team 1 didn't play.)
What been happening
After the break, the Club burst back into life with 6 Nations Rugby on Saturday afternoon (and Sunday) and in the evening Stephen Clarke regaled us on the subject of “1000 years of annoying the French: who laughs last?" at dinner on Saturday evening.
On Sunday, our footballers went into action against the British School and adult footballers played against the British School and won 3-2.
Fitness and Yoga sessions started back with a full schedule and Tuesday was very busy: the Ladies played their AFT's tennis match against Montrouge - luckily on covered courts, but unfortunately lost 2-1 and later, that evening, Bridgers had their March Dinner/Tournament
What's coming this weekend and after
This weekend starts with the 6 Nations Rugby Final round all on Saturday. Also on Saturday, the Junior Footballers swing into action at 3.30 against the British School - anyone who can drag themselves away from the Rugby is welcome to come and watch!
On Sunday our adult Footballers play Vésinet Sport Club International.
Sunday is also St Patrick's Day, which we will be celebrating with a Saint Patrick's Caelí on Saturday 23rd March - don't forget to reserve by Wednesday 20th.
On Thursday 21st next week at 7 pm the first of the Bridge for Beginners series of lessons (given by Anne Raynaud) will take place. Email Jenny Pratt for information.
Dates to watch
- Thursday 21st 7 pm - Bridge for Beginners class
- Saturday 23rd March - Saint Patrick's Caelí Evening - live music, Irish dancing with callers & an Irish theme buffet. Places limited so book early
- Friday 29th March - Bridge Workshop - Forcing 3rd suit (3e couleur forcing)
- Week of 22nd to 26th April - Junior Tennis Holiday Camp
- Week of 22nd to 26th April - Junior Squash Holiday Camp
- Weekend of 26th-28th April - Golf Outing to Dieppe.
The Search is still on for a volunteer Newsletter Editor!
The Club Management is looking for a News Editor whose responsibility is to compile the weekly newsletter from the input provided by Management, Staff, the Section heads and members. The News Editor should be fluent in English, preferably a native speaker. The time commitment needed is a few hours a week. The management would hope for a long-term commitment to the post from the volunteer. Please contact Matthew Curtin () if you're interested.
Choice reading from the Website
Team 2 broke their losing streak last night with a fine 4/1 victory over neighbours Chaville. The newcomer to the team, Emil Wolter, won his first match 3/2. Well done, Emil!
(Team 1 didn't play.)
Last Sunday the Adult Football team played against the British School and won 3-2 (2 goals by Paul Bowyer and 1 by Ignacio Aguirre). Next Sunday they play Vésinet Sport Club International.
Playing at Montrouge (luckily under covers) our ALT's acquitted themselves well, but couldn't quite hold their own in the deciding doubles, which could have gone either way - so lost 2-1.
Warmest congratulations to Mary and Remy, 1st in NS with 60.31% and to Jenny and Joyce, who came 1st in EW with 55.81%. Congratulations also to the close 2nds in NS - Didier and Guy (58.75%) and Nicole and Jean-Paul in EW (55.31%). See the main article for full results. Attached Files: Bridge_Results_20190312.pdf
All classes are in full swing for the new term! Contact Pam () for information and updates.
Everything back to normal after the break. More info as always from Monica at . ?
Saturday: Croissants & Pains au chocolat. Lunch: Ham or cheese and salad sandwiches. ham and cheese, tomato and mozzarella paninis; vegetable soup; Lasagna (beef), Quiche Lorraine, Vegetable quiche and salad. Sunday Brunch: All the usual plus Roasted chicken and chips.
The SAC's Junior Football teams take on the British School again this Saturday. Kick-off for the U-13 and U-11 matches is 3:30pm. Supporters welcome!
Come and watch the 6 Nations Rugby on Sat 16th March from 1.30 pm on the big screen!
The first of the Bridge Lessons for Beginners will be on Thursday 21st March at 7 pm. If you are interested, would you please get in touch with Jenny Pratt ().
A Saint Patrick's Caelí will be held at the club on 23rd March, with live Irish music with the Lutecia Caelí Band, Irish dancing, food and much merriment.
The SAC has been invited to enter a U15 and/or a U13 team in the upcoming indoor cricket tournament at Morangis on Sunday 24th March. The format will be the same as the very successful tournaments they have organised over the last few years. If your child would like to play please write asap to .
Reservations for the Easter Tennis Camp (22-26 April) are open for all children aged from 4 to 17 using this link.
Please find attached the BCC Events Diary for 2019and more information about Brexit.
Attached Files: BCC_Diary.pdf