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Improves night

Douglas Bridge club would like to welcome novice bridge players who would like to improve their game.

Monday night at 7.00 is no fears night, partner not necessary

for more information please contact John Stewart 628336 or Erika Slatcher 824861

Follow the Teams progress
Follow the Teams progress

The 4th Commonwealth Nations Bridge Championship takes place  in Glasgow from 8th to 14th September . The Championship is held every four years  in the same city as the Commonwealth Games of the same year, and attracts some of the best bridge players in the Commonwealth. A team of six local players will be taking part, representing the Isle of Man, under the leadership of non-playing captain and veteran grand-master, Erika Slatcher. The team comprises three pairs – Paul De Weerd & Bernard Palmer, Andy Elliot & Stephen Baggs and John Large & Tadgh O’Mahoney and  all  these three pairs have a fine record in local competitive bridge this year. However, the opposition is expected to be strong: there are 25 other national teams attending, and these include many top international players.  Whilst The Isle of Man will certainly have had the smallest pool of players of any of the competing nations from which to select its team, it is as good a squad as the Island could expect to field and the team is confident that it will do well and perhaps spring a few surprises on some of their more illustrious opponents. Many Manx bridge-playing fingers will be crossed that the team will  come home with something to celebrate. [Photo: from left to right – back row; John Large, Steve Baggs and Paul De Weerd, front row; Bernard Palmer, Andy Elliot and Tadgh O’Mahoney.

Royal Bridge Club

Royal Bridge club meet in the "lounge" hall in St Paul's Hall, Market Square, Ramsey and play duplicate bridge every Thursday and commence promptly at 7pm and ask members & visitors to arrive as soon after 6.30pm as possible to assist in the setting up of the room etc.

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2014 congress
2014 congress

Thank you to all who took part in this years congress

Special thanks to John and Maggie Pyner for all their hard work 

Almost 50 people travelled from overseas to take part and they were able to see our beautiful Island at it's best in glorious sunshine.

It would be lovely to see more locals take part in next years congress which is always the first weekend in September so please keep that weekend free

Congratulations to Jenny Glanz and Neil Kelly, pictured above with organiser Liz Kelly, who won first prize in the mixed pairs

Full results can be seen on the results tab

Island pairs championship

Sunday 12 October 2.00 pm Douglas bridge club, Woodbourne Road, Douglas 

Not less than 36 boards to be played with a short break for refreshments (please bring your own) tea and coffee provided

This is a green pointed event and is a bargain at only £3.00

please email if you wish to enter


Douglas Bridge club
Douglas Bridge club

Douglas Bridge club play duplicate bridge every Tuesday and Thursday evening at 7.30 prompt please arrive by 7.20

The club is situated at Westville, 95 Woodbourne Road, Douglas. The entrance is found by going up the first set of steps and following the path to the right hand side of the main house to the annex, it has a green door.

There is very limited parking  in the grounds but ample parking in the surrounding area. Visitors are welcome, contact John Stewart 628336 

For information regarding players needing a partner please contact John Stewart 628336 or Liz Kelly 621192

Individual championship
Individual championship

Joint Winners of Island Individual Championship for 2014.
20 members competed in the Manx Bridge Union Individual Championship for 2014 which was held at the Douglas Bridge Club on Sunday 3rd August – a closely contested affair which  produced a particularly close and tense finish.
Forty boards were played over the course of five gruelling hours and, at the half way stage, Angie Kissack led with a quality 67.65%. Flora Simons was in second place with 64.06%, John Large (who won the competition in 2011)and Pam Townsend shared third  place with 62.50%. But others were also in close contention. The field gradually eroded Angie’s lead during the second half of the competition and John Large drew ahead of the pack to become the main challenger. There was a nail biting finish with the issue being in doubt right up to the last score on the last hand of the night. In the end there was a tie between Angie and John who both scored 60.20%; a good result, as it would have been a shame if either had had to lose. So Angie and John share the Caymanx Cup and the honour of being Island Individual Champion for 2014.Third place went to Pam Townsend with 56.58%, who just held off the challenge of Gloria Smith on 56.25%. Good to see the ladies so prominent – the men have been dominant for too long.
Photo shows Pam Townsend, Angie Kissack and John Large with the Caymanx Cup. The ferocity of the contest may be judged from the fact that John Large appears to have lost an arm during the competition!


Christmas Party
Christmas Party

This years Christmas party is to be held at the Mount Murray Hotel on Tuesday 9th December

please put your name on the list at the club house if you wish to come

or email

Douglas Bridge Club - Sim Pairs

Douglas Bridge Club has entered for the following EBU event

Thursday 9 October

Thursdays results

The results for Thursday 2 October are not what they seem!

Thu 23rd October 2014
Tue 21st October 2014
Thu 16th October 2014
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