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1st NEC CUP Teams & Players


  1th NEC CUP Teams & Players


 

Canada

Beverly Kraft - Rhoda Habert
Eric Kokish - Joey Silver (PC)
Etsuko Miyaishi - Kyoko Shimamura

Chinese-Taipei

Mr. Jenu-Wah HO
Mr. Cheng-Tao LEE
Mr. Wei-Ming CHANG
Mr. Yung-Nan YEN
Mr. Nai-Jeng SHEN
Ms. Hui-Ping LAI

Indonesia

Denny Sacul - Franky Karwur
Munawar Sawirudin - Bert T. Polii
Giovanni Watulingas - Santije Panelewen

EBL (Mixed Europe)

Kurt Feichtinger (PC) - Franz Terraneo (Austria)
Adam Zmudzinski - Wojtek Olanski (Poland)
Ilan Herbst - Ophir Herbst (Israel)

New Zealand

Dwyane Crombie (NPC)
Martin Reid - Peter Newell
Ken Yule - Stephen Blackstock
Brian Mace - Tom Jacob



JAPAN

YAMADA

Akihiko Yamada - Kyoko Ohno
Masayuki Ino - Tadashi Imakura
Makoto Hirata - Takeshi Hanayama

GELLER

Robert Geller - Setsuko Ogiwara
Hiroya Abe - Chen Dawei
Katsumi Takahashi - Kazuhiko Yamada

YOUTH

Takeshi Nozaki (NPC)
Minoru Mizuta - Hiroshi Kaku
Ryoga Tanaka - Toshihiro Ogata
Yasuo Ohtsuka - Yasushi Kobayashi

HISATOMI

Hiroshi Hisatomi - Tadashi Teramoto
Takahiko Hirata - Seiya Shimizu

TATAI

Kikuo Tatai - Toshiro Nose
Koji Ito - Tadashi Jomura
Yasuhiro Shimizu - Tadashi Yoshida


 

Canada

Beverly Kraft - Rhoda Habert

- members of the Canadian Women's team for the 1996 World Team Olympiaad in Rhodes, Greece.

Joey Silver

- of Montreal, born 1941. Trial lawyer. Represented Canada in world competitions many times, most recently second in the Bermuda Bowl in Beijing this year playing with Kokish.

Eric Kokish

- of Montreal, born 1947. Bridge professional, writer, teacher, coach (especially national teams in various NCBO with many success). Represented Canada on many occasions.



EBL (Mixed Europe)

The EBL team members were selected by a pair trial held during the 1995 European Championships in Portugal.

Kurt Feichtinger

-of Austria, born 1954, industrial manager, Runner-up Bermuda Bowl 1985 and many other European and national titles.

Franz Terraneo

-of Austria, born 1953, project manager, Runner-up Bermuda Bowl 1985, Team Olympead 1988 and many other European and national titles.



New Zealand

New Zealand team has won the right to participate in the NEC CUP by winning the Far East Bridge Federation Open Team Championship 1995 in Perth, Australia

Dwyane Crombie (NPC)

-of Auckland, born 1960, consultant in medicine, won FEBF Championships 1990, 1995. Represented New Zealand in 2 world championships.

Martin Reid

-of Wellington, born 1963, computer consultant, won FEBF Championships 1990, 1995, FEBF Open Pairs 1991. Represented New Zealand in 2 world championships.

Peter Newell

-of Wellington, born 1962, policy analyst, won FEBF Championships 1990, 1995, FEBF Open Pairs 1991. Represented New Zealand in 2 world championships.

Stephen Blackstock

-of Wellington, born 1951, public servant, won FEBF Championships 1990, 1995.

Ken Yule

- won FEBF Championships 1995 playing with S. Blackstock.

Brian Mace - Tom Jacob

- won FEBF Championships 1995.


 

 

 

 

 

 
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