Please note there will be no bridge on this date due to the bank holiday.
If, at the last minute, you have to cancel a pre-arranged game, please ring either Carole (07810 651049) or Joanna (07855 459662).
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Players are reminded that games should always be played in a courteous manner, showing respect and good manners to opponents and partners alike.
The EBU's best-behaviour-at-bridge, recently updated, is very helpful.
We extend a warm welcome to members and visitors on Mondays (13.45 start) and Wednesday (14.00 start) at Soberton Village Hall. Play usually finishes by 17.15 on both days.
If any visitors would like to play on any day, please contact Carole O'Neill (email email@example.com or telephone 01962 777352). For directions and other information, please see our Information page
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We are holding a Simple Systems evening of bridge on Friday 14th June. The systems that will be allowed to be played can be seen by following this link.
This will be an enjoyable and helpful evening of duplicate bridge primarily to assist less experienced players in their understanding of duplicate and the etiquette of club bridge but everyone is welcome. Since the main purpose of the evening is educational, there will be no Masterpoints awarded and the results will be excluded from the NGS.
Please arrive at Soberton Village Hall in good time for play to start promptly at 7.00 pm. The evening will conclude by 10.30 pm; table money £3 per person. There will be refreshments, soft drinks, biscuits and cake.
Please sign up, with a partner, either on the website in the usual way or on the sign-up sheet which Carole will provide. Alternatively you can email Carole (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she will add you to the playlist for this event.
The next Committee Meeting will take place on May 20th 2019. Please follow this link to see the agenda.
The Tim Howard Tankard is awarded each year to the member who has made the most progress over the year as measured by their National Grade.
A snapshot of progress is taken each quarter. If you follow this link, you can see the names of members who have made progress in their National Grade in the first quarter of the year. Another snapshot of progress will be taken in July.
The 2019 Constitution can be seen by following this link.
PLEASE NOTE: the remaining three rounds of the competition (in October, November and December) will take place at The Patterson Centre in Swanmore.
Please follow this link to see the results of the latest round of the competition.
The next round of the competition will be on October 4th.