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Board Orientation: The board should be left in the centre of the table. This rule is not new. Miss-boarding is quite common and without any doubt the cause of these miss boardings can be traced back to the board having been moved from the centre of the table. The only thing new is that the board has to be oriented correctly. If there is no room for the board in the centre of the table, it can be moved with the agreement of all four players to the side of the table but it must contain it's correct orientation.
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DNR Paddy English Trophy for Novice Teams (1 Session @ 12:00 }
The above competition is shown in the diary on Friday 29th March
This is an error, the event will take place on Saturday 30th March
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Malahide Regional Bridge Club to HOST a 'Malahide Bridge CONGRESS' on the 6th-8th March 2020 in the Hilton Hotel,Malahide Road
Welcome to Malahide Regional Bridge Club, Broomfield, Malahide, Co. Dublin.
We have a membership of more than 600 members and we play on the following times:
When they are running, the Monday Morning game, the Thursday Morning game, the Friday night game and the Sunday evening game are open to visitors all year round.
Visitors to the area are welcome to play with a member any night, except when the Club is holding a competition event. Contact the Tournaments Officer Pat Dunne, for confirmation (086 2392009).
Location: The Club is located about 1Km up the Hill Rd. from Malahide village, on the left hand side of the road,
sharing the grounds with St. Sylvester's GAA Pitches and the Malahide Hockey Club all-weather pitch.
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