Oxford Bridge Club runs a comprehensive bridge education programme under the banner of Oxford Bridge School. Courses are available at all levels, from beginners to more experienced players. Further details are on their website.
For details click here.
The EBU brought in a new Law Book in 2017. The main changes apply to claims, insufficient bids and bids out of turn and are explained on the attached poster. Details were also in the August 2017 issue of the EBU magazine.
This is a teams-of-eight competition for Oxfordshire clubs. We have three teams: our "A" and "B" teams are playing in Division 2, our "C" Team in Division 5. Details of fixtures and results, as well as match reports are on the link on the lefthand side of this page.
In the 2017-18 season the A team finished third in Division 2. The B Team finished seventh in Division 2, and the C Team finished third in Division 5.
Summertown Bridge Club plays duplicate bridge every Monday in the Maison Française, Norham Road, OX2 6SE. We pride ourselves on our reputation for friendliness, and welcome visitors and prospective new members, including those with relatively little experience of playing duplicate bridge. You can come along either with or without a partner, as our host system means you'll always get a game. We are EBU affiliated, use computer-dealt boards and wireless scoring, and award master points.
There is plenty of parking both in Maison Française’s own car park and on the nearby streets. The club opens at about 7 pm, and players should arrive by 7.15 and be seated by 7.20 for start of play at 7.30.
Click here for details of the autumn term, which starts on 16th September.
Wallingford Bridge Club is holding a Blue-Pointed Swiss Pairs event on Sunday 16th September. To see the poster click here. Places still available!
18th – 21st September 2018
Four days of bridge for all in lovely surroundings
Social activities galore. Seminars led by expert players
Book for separate events, or treat yourself to the whole week
For details and a booking form click here.
In spite of a handicap which deducted 5% from their score, their big win meant that John Deech & Matthew Covill still win a bottle of wine each with a handicap adjusted score of 64.27%. Clare Lim & Jane Armstrong weren't far behind on 63.85%, with Annabel Hichens & Sue Reynolds in third. Well done to them all.
Full handicap results can be found on the Club Website by clicking on "Competitions" in the left hand menu and selecting "30 July 2018 Handicap".
Congratulations to the following member, promoted in the July round of the EBU’s Master Point Promotions. Well done!