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 Upcoming events 

1  DNR Sunday Game at 15.00

2. CAVBC has gone International. We will have a team match against Tyler Hill Bridge Club, Canterbury, Kent on Feb 2nd. If interested in taking part contact Dan. Full details on CAVBC

3. Draw for Partner game on Monday 24th at 19.30. You can now enter on CAVBC.

4. Individual game on Saturday 29th at 19.30



BBO Guides

Please view the "All BBO Information" Tab on the Menu bar for crucial guidance on:

  • CBAI has circulated a document regarding cheating on BBO they have asked that all our members playing Bridge on line read this document  Link
  • Guidlines in Relation to Slow Play     Link
  • Best Practices while playing on BBO CAVBC Tournaments
  • BBO Guides to help you get started and improve your experience on BBO
Sitout Subs Open Game and Novice
Thank You

A big thank you to Dan and  Aidan for organising all our games throughout  the year and for their availability for sorting out problems as they arose . Thanks to Orla for all the work in keeping the CAVBC site informative and supporting  our members. 

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Message from
Update from the President of North Dublin Region


Dear Bridge Players,


First, and most importantly we hope you are all well and keeping safe.


The committee of the D.N.R met (virtually) at the end of last week and this is a resumé of the matters raised, discussed, and agreed.  


The AGM scheduled for June has been postponed until some date after September and probably until next year.



The present committee decided the best course of action is to remain in office and to meet again in September to review everything in the light of the situation at that time.



The accounts for the year June 2019/ June 2020 have been passed by the committee and are currently being audited.


Kirwan League

This has been postponed not cancelled.  Full details are on the website.


Virtual Bridge

This new way of playing is gaining in strength hourly not daily!

Many are playing Bridge online privately or in club style competitions.  Aidan Synnott has been involved in setting up club groupings as has Dick Kiernan in Foxhall/ Bayside.

The amount of work has been considerable.  Malahide have competitions running under the watchful control of Eamon Galligan.  Many others have also stepped up to organising virtual clubs.


If you have not yet registered with Bridge Base online, I would strongly recommend you do so.  Every club has someone (like Francis Scally in Bayside) who like some modern-day Guidance Counsellor has led people through the process with great patience.  


Until we meet again - Stay safe.  


Rodney O'Hara


President D.N.R

Last updated : 25th Jan 2021 13:10 GMT