Due now - Membership Renewal:
Treasurer, Marianne Toomey is ready to receive renewal fee of €40.
Cheques preferred where possible - payable to Cnucha Bridge Club.
Payment through online banking is also available:
IBAN: IE21 BOFI 9004 2067 5743 32
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Members: Don’t miss out on email notifications. Notify the Club Secretary of any changes to your email/phone numbers.
Miriam Macken: Mobile 085 1213039
Click anywhere in this panel to print a Membership Application Form
Address membership queries to the Hon Secretary, Larry O'Sullivan,
Autumn Pairs Competition will be held over two weeks on October 3rd & 10th
The entry list is available at the club and pre-booking is required
Eligibility for entry requires that annual subscriptions must be paid by October 1st
(Note: The last Wednesday is September 26th)
Event organiser: Willie O'Gorman
Telephone 086 844 3316 email email@example.com
We'd like to give a special welcome to the new members who will be joining us in the coming weeks and and wish all our existing members a year of enjoyable bridge.
The initial weeks can be a little chaotic until things settle down so please be patient with the Room Manager and TDs.
At least one player from each pair should be seated by 7:15 p:m and we encourage both to be there by that time, in order to avoid late No Shows.
The members of the Committee are listed in the home page main drop down menu (top left hand side of page) and we encourage all members to contact any of us with your suggestions as to how to improve your bridge club.
As the Laws of Bridge have been updated and are in force from September 2017, we will post a brief outline of a few of the amended rules over the course of the year. John Crimmins kindly gave us a brief talk on some of the rules and we can put the rule below into practice now. It will take a few weeks for us to get used to it but it will become the norm after a while.
Law 7 – Control of Boards and Cards
This law has always been here. It has been amended subtly and now requires the board to remain in the center of the table during play correctly oriented. Players are encouraged to follow this law so as to reduce the risk of cards being returned to incorrect pockets.
The Waiting List will be updated here in early October once membership subs are renewed
Membership Total 190
Breakdown by Grade (from CBAI update 1st Sept 2018)
When membership renewals are completed for 2018/2019 this information will be updated.
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