The Oxford Junior Bridge Club welcomes participants to its summer term sessions on Sundays at Summertown Church Hall. Click here to download details. You may also want to read the report on activities during the spring term by clicking here.
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.
This is a teams-of-eight competition for Oxfordshire clubs. We have two teams: our "A" team is in Division 2 and our "B" team in Division 3. For fixtures and results, as well as match reports click on the link on the lefthand side of this page.
This year’s Christmas Fun Bridge was held on 13 December 2010. As well as good food and drink, good company and the usual array of prizes, the main feature this year was that half the hands were played as Minibridge - the cut-down version of bridge that's taught to beginners and is also very suitable for playing at home with your family and friends, even if they've never played bridge in their lives!
The sheet given out at the party is available by clicking the heading for this box, and there is also more about Minibridge on the EBU website here.
Here are some old photos from the 2009 Xmas party.
Our "A" team continued its winning form and on 22nd April 2010 beat Thame B 14 - 6. They have won all their matches and are winners of Division 3.
Our "B" team lost their last match of the season against Thame "B" 2 - 18. Unfortunately, that means they will be relegated to Division 4 next season, finishing in 7th place.
Our "C" team lost their last match of the season 3 - 17, playing Aylesbury "C" on 28th April 2010. This means that, unfortunately, they have been relegated and will play in Division 5 next season.
See the Wessex League page (button on the left) for all fixtures, results and match reports.
Thank you to everyone for supporting the Haiti Disaster Fund last night, 25th January 2010 - we raised £453.00 which has been sent off to Ecats Charity Bridge Account.
A special thank you to Erica Sheppard who, after Krys Kazmierczak went home, managed to direct and score for the evening and she still managed to win the event with Christopher Sheppard. A magnificent achievement! Speedy recovery to Krys, too.