The Junior Camrose (under 26) is contested by England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Ireland and the CBAI. Each team will play 2 x 16 board matches against the other 5 teams (10 rounds)
The Peggy Bayer Trophy (under 21) is contested by England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland. Each of the 4 teams will play 3 x 16 board matches against the other 3 teams (9 rounds)
Keep Bridge Alive
The University of Stirling has launched the international ‘Keep Bridge Alive’ CrowdFunder to establish the Sociology of Bridge and to communicate messages about the benefits of bridge beyond the bridge world. This emerging academic field explores interactions within the mind sport, well-being, healthy ageing and social connection as experienced in the bridge community. The key goals of this research are to transform the image of bridge, to increase participation and enhance the sustainability of the mind sport.
The Keep Bridge Alive (KBA) campaign aims to attract new players to our game via innovative and collaborative approaches (including targeted resources aimed at children, young people, families as well as policy-makers, employers and teachers). Keep Bridge Alive is about taking action to share best practice, pool resources and develop an evidence-base to re-brand and grow the bridge world. This as an excellent opportunity to do something different and create momentum for change within the bridge community.
More information https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/u5c0e5e7810869
CBAI Holmes Wilson – National Swiss Teams Championship – 9th & 10th February 2019
CBAI Novice and Intermediate Congress – Athlone – 15th-17th February 2019
Gala Pairs: Results, Hand Records and Personal Records (12.5 Tables)