Click here for Committee MinutesThe website needs to be updated constantly.
Please would you check your Club Details so they can be updated if necessary.
Are there any Bridge Teachers who would like to be included in our listings?
Please click here to email details.
Please click here to see a copy of the KCBA's Privacy Notice. This is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation which came into force on 25th May 2018.
Please see information under the 'Directing & Scoring' tab for a summary of the 2017 changes to the Laws of Bridge.
New additions are made to the Archive section when there are new trophy and competition winners and when information on past members comes to light. If you have any old documents or information that could help to expand this section and complete our history please contact Gerald Soper who would be very pleased to hear fom you, thank you.
A completely free online bridge magazine 'A New Bridge Magazine’ launched in January 2018.
Registering ensures you receive email notification when new issues are published.
Kent's Green Pointed Events 2019
The final will be held at the Maidstone Civil Service Club on Saturday 16th March at 1.30pm.
Please click here for a list of the 26 pairs who have received automatic qualification. If you scored over 50% in a semi-final and are not on the list you will be on the reserve list. Places will be offered to the next pair down if any of the automatic qualifiers do not want to take their place in the final.
Kent's Seniors Pairs - TWBC Sunday 14th April
Open to all KCBA primary and associate members born in or before 1959, only £13 per player with an optional two course lunch available to book in advance for £11.
Starting at 11am with an approx finishing time of 6pm.
Chief TD: Paul Gibbons.
Please click here to enter online.
If you prefer to download an entry form please click here.
Hampshire's green pointed congress is being held over the weekend of March 16th/17th at Otterbourne near Winchester.
Please click here to download the entry form.
Entries may also be made online through the Hants & IOW website.
The Herts & Essex Green Pointed Congress is being held over the weekend of July 20th/21st at Wodson Park in Ware.
Click here to be taken to the congress page of the Hertfordshire website from where you can click through to enter online, Swiss pairs on Saturday, Swiss teams on Sunday.
The entry fees have been held at last year's prices - £25 per person per event.
EBED Club Director training courses are being held at the Cricket Club, Chalket Lane, Pembury TN2 4AA during February and March 2019.
The trainer will be Stephen Brown (EBU National Tournament Director & Kent Chief TD). Each day starts at 10.30am and finishes at 4.30pm.
These courses are open to all bridge players, regardless of whether they are members of affiliated clubs or not. Delegates may mix and match between venues and spread things out over time - there is no need to complete the course in one go if the dates are not all immediately convenient. Alternative venues and dates may be found on the EBED course calendar.
Further information may be viewed on the EBED website. The local club contact at Pembury is Peter Kent.
The Times published an article on 3rd December entitled 'Anyone for bridge? Card games are the latest big deal in schools' highlighting Weald Community Primary School where Kent member Anton Mauve set up a lunchtime club and fellow Kent member Jim Garlinge passes on his knowledge of the game to young enthusiasts.
If you would like help or further information on setting up a club in your local school please contact Anton Mauve, Kent's Youth Office or Stephen Pierce.
Please click here to be taken to the full article in the Times.
Please take the time to have a look at Gerald Soper's newly compiled lists of Kent players who have represented England (GB)
A new section has been added to the Archives - National Successes. This document lists National events from as far back as 1946 listing Kent players who have achieved success. There are many events listed along with the years Kent players achieved success - Gold Cup, Silver Plate, Pachabo, Crockfords and the Garden Cities to name but a few along with Camrose trials and main EBU congresses such as Brighton and Jersey. Gerald has spend many hours compiling this list and it makes for interesting reading - have a look when you get a moment.
If anyone has any details of missing information from any of the Archive sections please email Gerald Soper with the details so he may add them to the archives, thank you.
Jeremy Willans (Capt), Ian Draper, Phil Bailey, Mike Hampton, Colin Wilson & Gerald Soper, Derek Patterson & Gerald Tredinnick were defending Kent’s Tollemache title over the weekend of 16/17th February. Sadly they didn’t manage to retain the Cup, finishing fourth. The full results may be viewed on the EBU’s website by clicking here. The history and team lists since 1950 may be viewed in our archive section.
Congratulations to Tunbridge Wells 'A' who have won the Corbett Cup for the third year running and will now go on to represent Kent in the Garden Cities regional final in April. Farnborough 'A' were runners up.
Tunbridge Wells 'B' won the Corbett Plate, runners up were Farnborough 'C'. The Mitchell Salver was won by Bromley North 'B', Tunbridge Wells 'C' were the runners up.
Corbett Cup winners - Tunbridge Wells 'A'
Left to right: Helen Erichsen, Jill Skinner, Steve Barnfield, Jeremy Willans, Colin Wilson (Capt), Croz Croswell, Gerald Soper and Frances Connell.
Left to right:
Diana Avis (Capt), Chris Morgan, Ann Hunt, Chris Parrish, Jean Smallwood, Maggie Piazza, Eddie Lucioni and Jon Wittmann.
MItchell Salver winners - Bromley North ‘B’ (with apologies to the team for the lack of photograph)
Dave Harper, Jan Whitman, Jean & Paul Fishleigh, Margaret Jones, Mary Richards, Philip Wolfson and Liora Eveleigh. Please click here for the full results.
Please note that the split tie for 4th place in the Corbett Plate was decided by the result of the head to head match which was won by Swanley.
Congratulations to Liz Blande and Christine Kempton (left), who have retained the ladies pairs narrowly beating Angela Treen and Frances Connell into second place.
Full results: Fleming Femina Hunter Homines
Congratulations to Derek Patterson, fellow KCBA member and partner Gerald Tredinnick, plus the rest of his team (Andrew Black, Gunnar Hallberg, Phil King & Andrew McIntosh) who finished at the top of the leader board after the first Camrose weekend. Derek's team is representing the EBU. Another Kent player, Espen Erichsen, is a member of the team representing England who are in second place.
Click here for the full results. We wish them all continued success at the final over the first weekend in March.
Many congratulations to TWBC's 'A' team of Jeremy Willans, Andrew Cairns, Norman Selway, Espen & Helen Erichsen who have won the NICKO for the second year running, beating a team from Young Chelsea team in the final.
Please see the EBU's website for the full results of all matches.
Congratulations to Larry Jones and Janet Wilson, winners of the Real Easy Pairs with 62.50%. Amelia and Antoinina Mauve were runners up with 58.85%. This event was held in conjuction with the Congress Swiss Pairs. Please click here for the full results.
Jeremy Willans and Jill Skinner won the Sussex Autumn Congress Swiss pairs by a convincing margin.
Full results are available on the SCCBA website.