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Claddagh Bridge Club is back in action playing in The Bridge Centre since 4th October 2022. All are welcome

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Welcome to Claddagh Bridge Club
Simultaneous Pairs Results in Ireland

You can view your results for the Simultaneous Pairs competition on the national website (ECats). Your percentage score can change when comparing results at a national level.

See results of all the clubs in Ireland including the Claddagh club who played the simultaneous pairs on Tuesday night on the ECatS WEB LINK here   

FYI: (ECats =Electronic CatalogueS)

Ever wonder how the others made 3 and you just made 2., See instructions to useful feature below.
Ever wonder how the others made 3 and you just made 2., See instructions to useful feature below.
Claddagh Bridge Club


Welcome to the Claddagh Bridge Club. The club meets every Tuesday upstairs at 7:30 in Galway Bridge Centre during the period of September-May. We welcome new members to join at any stage. Please contact Martha McInerney if you would like to come along any evening.
Please visit the Western Region's Bridge Website to see events going on in the western region that may be of interest to you.


Club Officers 2019/20
Club Officers 2019/20


Committee 2019/20 Teresa Martin, Rachel Ennis, Valerie Kiely, Patricia Russell & Eileen Brannelly 

Contact for partners : Mary Griffin 087 6390184

Calendar 2019/20









Dear All,

We have all been made aware of the development and spread of the Covid-19 virus over the last few months through various media and now that the first cases have arrived in Ireland, we need to make a careful assessment of our activity and the precautions needed to reduce the risks for our members. 

All clubs are asked to act responsibly and follow the protocols recommended by the HSE and Department of Health. Most are listed below, but please check official websites for any updates - 


Wash your hands properly and often.

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve when you cough and sneeze.

Put used tissues into a bin and wash your hands.

Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.

Try to avoid close contact with people who are not well.

Follow the Travel advice from the Department of Foreign Affairs


Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.

Wash your hands

You should wash your hands:

  • after coughing or sneezing
  • after toilet use
  • before eating
  • before and after preparing food
  • if you are in contact with a sick person, especially those with respiratory symptoms
  • if your hands are dirty
  • if you have handled animals or animal waste


If a player is displaying any symptoms, they should not come to bridge.

If they have returned from an area where the virus is known to be active, they should not attend a session of bridge for at least two weeks.


At its meeting yesterday, the CBAI Governing Council decided to postpone all National Competitions between now and the end of April. The Irish Bridge Union joined in with the postponement of the Burke and O’Connor Inter County Team Competitions which were due to be contested next weekend in the Cavan Crystal Hotel. Decisions will be made on any further IBU competitions for this season very shortly

If it is feasible, and if the possibility of infection from this virus is eliminated, the National Competitions will be rescheduled during the summer months.

CBAI will review the situation at Easter and will make any necessary decisions about further National events that are currently scheduled before the end of this season.

Paul Porteus.

Claddagh Bridge Club
Director: Deirdre Goulding
Tuesday Pairs
Director: Deirdre Goulding
Claddagh Bridge Club
Director: Deirdre Goulding
13th February 2024
Open Pairs
Director: Deirdre Goulding
20th February 2024
Open Pairs
Director: Deirdre Goulding
27th February 2024
Open Pairs
Director: Deirdre Goulding