Members: All players are requested to be seated by 7:15pm to facilitate the Bridgemate Operator and TD's.
This is essential for a start time at 7:30 sharp
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Visitors are most welcome to play Bridge at Cnucha during the summer months from June 5th to August 28th. Please arrive and be seated by 7:15pm to facilitate the Bridgemate Operator and TD's. Play starts at 7:30pm sharp.
Congratulations to Liz Farquharson
Winner of the Presidents Prize competition for the year 2019
Liz was announced as the winner and received her award from
President Willie O'Gorman at the club's annual PP social in the Anglers Rest
Congratulations to all the prize winners and players for making this a great competition and celebration
The Club is delighted to support the President's chosen charity, The Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association, with a cheque for € 1,700. We got wonderful support on the night and raised €1,200 from table money. Instead of asking those playing on the night to support a raffle, the Club decided to make a donation of €500 on behalf of all the members. The Club would like to also acknowledge the generosity of the Community Centre in waiving its charge for the hire of the hall on the night.
Click here to view some pictures of the President Prize winners receiving their awards pictured with Willie O'Gorman and Marianne Toomey.
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This is necessary to comply with GDPR Legislation.
The updated Laws of Bridge have been in force from September 2017
Law 7 – Control of Boards and Cards
This law has always been here. It has been amended subtly and now requires the board to remain in the center of the table during play correctly oriented. Players are encouraged to follow this law so as to reduce the risk of cards being returned to incorrect pockets.
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