The Deva Bridge Club provides many opportunities for players to learn to play bridge or to improve their game including beginners lessons, improvers lessons, supervised play sessions and gentle duplicate.
For more details click on Lessons and Practice Sessions in the menu.
You can also check the calendar to see dates and times. (Lessons and practice sessions are shown in green.)
For details of our programme of lessons, pairs sessions, teams league, supervised social play, gentle duplicate and rubber bridge click on information in the menu above this message.
Telephone: 01244 335514
Principal TD (Jean Stelfox)
Lessons (Mo Borley)
Hosting (Annie Mead)
Deva Teams League
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Deva Bridge Club Ltd is a company limited by guarantee number 8645380 registered in England & Wales, registered office:
Deva Bridge Club
The club is affilated to the English Bridge Union and to Merseyside & Cheshire Bridge Association.
The Chester Bowl is a charity event held every year in favour of a charity nominated by the Club President.
It is usually held on a Sunday in October and the winners' names are engraved on the Chester Bowl trophy.
The Chester Bowl is run as two match-pointed pairs sessions on the same day - a qualifying session followed by a meal break after which qualifying pairs will play in the final and non-qualifying pairs will play in a consolation competition.
Initial seating will be by a random draw on arrival. The final will be a 7 table full Howell consisting of 13 x 2 board rounds.
Entry (which must be pre-booked) is open to all EBU and WBU members.
The 2018 Chester Bowl was held on Sunday 14th October. National Tournament Director David Stevenson presided over a full house of forty pairs.
The results from the final can be seeen by clicking here.
The winners, Mark Weeks and Stuart Mathews, are seen here holding the trophy.
Keith Boulton and Nigel Pearce finished second.
Russ Whelan presented the consoilation winners, Linda Smith and Michael Tomlinson with their prize.
Russ also presented the consolation runners-up prize to John Griffith and Joan King.