As is usually the way, a lot of our good scores were gifts from the opponents, and we had the opportunity to score much better, with two almost total zeros which were entirely our own fault... here's one where we did very well in defence.
Brian Senior's commentary for the event points out that 3NT will outscore 4S almost always, and so those pairs in 4S are likely to be headed for a bad score. The pair in 4S against us was in for a truly terrible score. I led a diamond. Norman won the Q and A, and switched to a club. I played a third diamond, and the uppercut was enough for 1 off, and 96% of the match points.