The Deva Bridge Club provides many opportunities for players to learn to play bridge or to improve their game including beginners lessons, improvers lessons, supervised play sessions and gentle duplicate.
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For details of our programme of lessons, pairs sessions, teams league, supervised social play, gentle duplicate and rubber bridge click on information in the menu above this message.
Telephone: 01244 335514
Principal TD (Jean Stelfox)
Lessons (Mo Borley)
Hosting (Annie Mead)
Deva Teams League (Barbara Ginty)
For administrative matters contact:
Deva Bridge Club Ltd is a company limited by guarantee number 8645380 registered in England & Wales, registered office:
Deva Bridge Club
The club is affilated to the English Bridge Union and to Merseyside & Cheshire Bridge Association.
The Deva's Championship Teams competition is the club's most prestigious teams event with the winners being represented on the club's honours boards.
It is referred to in the club's competitions procedures as the "Teams of Four Championship" although the rules then go on to explain that teams may consist of up to 6 players!
Like most of the club championships there are several qualifying rounds and a final. To qualify for the final a team must play in a minimum of three of the four qualifying rounds. Qualification for the final is based on the aggregate IMPs scored by each team in their best three qualifying rounds with a maximum of 9 teams qualifying for the final.
Each team carries forward 20% of their qualifying score to the final so the eventual winners are determined by adding this carried forward score to the IMPS scored on the night. In the event of a tie the trophy will be awarded to the team finishing higher in the final itself.
The final of the 2018/19 competition was held on the 3rd April.
The result after carry-over of qualifying scores was as follows:
The winning team also included Matt Foster who did not play in the final.
The second placed team also included Mark Weeks and Barry Jones who did not play in the final.