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Suzanne Gill

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Get your friends playing Bridge in 2023

Get your friends playing Bridge in 2023

 Past and Present and Future Norwich Bridge School Players,

Please encourage all of your non Bridge playing friends to give Bridge a go in 2023

Playing online is just as much fun  in a different way

There will be a new clasess running starting in mid January They are aimed at those new to Bridge. Suzanne(An English Bridge Union teacher with the highest Professional qualification)  will lead you through the first steps in Bridge - the greatest of all games. Make new friends and have fun whilst learning an absorbing new skill.

Absolute beginners please phone or email Suzanne: 07825705526 :

      Online Pairs Competition      


 Come and play in our Online Bridge pairs competition for students and social bridge players  

Norwich Bridge School has set  up a gentle duplicate bridge competition online  on BBO

This will be a weekly fixture

I expect that you are all probably missing face to face competition with your friends and this is a way of keeping in touch and brushing up your bridge. 

Supervised Play will start at 7pm Monday's weekly

To take part you will need to register on BBO (its free)
Then send me your BBO username,email and phone number so that we have a tourney list
If you copy and paste the link this  u-tube video  will walk you through how to set up on BBO

Log in to BBO
Click on Competitive Tournaments
Next click on All Tournaments
Under the pending list find
vebu495885 Norwich Bridge School Gentle duplicate(Monday 's 7pm)

Click to enter and follow instructions. You will need to have BBO $ in your account. Cost  to play is  $4
If you don’t have a partner you can play with a robot for 25 cents or register at the partnership desk
How to buy BBO $.
This page allows you to buy BBO dollars. They are needed to pay entry fees for pay tournaments on the site.

If you wish to play games for the Norwich Bridge School that issue masterpoints, you will need BB$ to pay the entry fee. purchase/pay.php

See you there! 


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Norfolk Holds friendly International against Ireland

No Brexit for bridge players

Old friends from Ireland are descended on Norwich on 20/21st May 2017  for an international bridge friendly match hosted by Norfolk Contract Bridge Association.

It has taken place annually since 1993, alternately in Ireland and England where, in recent years, the UK events have been hosted by a different county bridge association every time. England has won 15 times and Ireland 9 – and there aren’t many international sporting events where you can say that!

UK organiser Suzanne Gill said: “Never mind Brexit we’re confident the strong bridge ties between us and our European visitors from Ireland will continue for many years to come.”

This year’s Corn Cairdis - or Cup of Friendship - kicks off with a mayoral reception at Norwich’s Theatre Royal at 10.30am on Saturday 20th May, followed by lunch and the first two of the weekend bridge matches at the Costessey Centre, near Norwich.

There’s a grand dinner at the Debut restaurant at City College, Norwich on Saturday evening and the other two bridge matches at the Costessey Centre on Sunday.

Irish Corn Cairdis facilitator Paul Porteous said: “We always enjoy this contest whether it’s in England or Ireland and love catching up with old friends. The bridge is serious of course but we have a great time socialising too!”