Green Point Events / Weekends

Kent: Congress 30/31st October 

Middlesex: Saturday/Sunday 27/28th November 2021

Sussex: Sunday 12th December 2021 & scroll down

On-line Bridge Teaching

Chris Lohan  ............ Professional EBED teacher and EBED teacher of the year 2019. For those interested in improving their game she can be contacted on

Pat Welsh..................Associate EBED teacher. For the less experienced she can be contacted on

Since online teaching has no geographical barriers this opportunity is available to all, regardless of location


To request any additions / amendment / removal of information, please contact Stephen Brown on

Update your contact details at the EBU and also tell the KCBA. Please would you check your Club Details so they can be updated if necessary. Are there any Bridge Teachers who would like to be included in our listings?  

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Welcome to Kent Contract Bridge Association

Blue Point Swiss Pairs - Saturday 30th October 2021      11am start

Green Pointed Swiss Teams - Sunday 31st October 2021      11am start

Really Easy Pairs - Saturday 30th October 2021 (Note: NGS 9 & below)     2.30pm start

Online entry forms                Congress Brochure   


Last updated : 10th Oct 2021 18:17 BST

The Kent committee met recently. The 9-High events will continue every week. The 10am event (open to all), will be run just once a month (16th October, 13th November, 11th December with a ladder [details to follow, running from Oct - July]. If any 10am players has a view as to whether this should be a pairs ladder or an individual ladder, please let Stephen know.

 The NS/EW winners / Howell winners get a free Saturday game. So please enter for a BBO event. 

NEXT GAME:  13th November 23rd October
Please enter here and then register on the day (cost $3)


9-High@ 2.30pm 

To play in Kent Saturday events  all players must either be Primary Kent members or Associate Kent Members. Click for more information

Last updated : 16th Oct 2021 22:04 BST
The Arnold Cup - County Teams of 4 Competition

Entries are now closed for the Arnold Cup.  22 Teams have entered: see list Online at of the online entry page.

There are four seeded teams who will not have a match in Round 1 (Collins, Hampton, Law, Soper) - last year's winners are Seeded 1, the others in order of Gold points. See Regulations for further details.

The draw is posted: EBU knockouts website.   Away captains for round 1, please ensure your offer dates by Thursday 14th October for the match to be played by Thu 18th November.

Last updated : 7th Oct 2021 19:25 BST
Tollemache Cup

This team we have selected to represent Kent , in no particular order, is-   It is an all play all event on RealBridge

Jeremy Willans/Ian Draper
Norman Selway/Kay Preddy
Gerald Tredinnick / Derek Patterson
Colin Wilson/Gerald Soper 

Peter Law / Steve Auchterlonie 

The Tollemache Qualifier is over the weekend of 13th/14th November. 
Kent have won this national trophy five times since 1980.
We wish them all every success. Please see the archive section
for previous teams and finishing positions. 
For more information on the event please see the EBU's website.
Last updated : 18th Oct 2021 15:20 BST
Larsky Cup (Kent Pairs Championship)

The Larsky Cup is Kent's Premier Pairs event and is our qualifier for the Corwen Cup. We start with heats in every club, from which pairs qualify for four County-run semi-finals leading to a 13-table final.

Normally we would have asked clubs for dates for their heats by now but obviously things are still not normal and many clubs will be unsure whether they will be playing face-to-face or online or a combination of the two at the time the heats are normally held.

KCBA has therefore decided that for this year only all events held by affiliated clubs in the weeks commencing 15th Nov, 6th Dec and 10th Jan will be heats for the Larsky and that all pairs scoring 50% or more in these heats will qualify to play in the semi-final of their choice. A decision on the dates of the semi-finals and whether will be held online or face-to-face will be taken later in the year.

Clubs need to do nothing except make sure that all their results whether face-to-face or online are posted on their website and qualified pairs will be contacted for their choice of semi-final.

Last updated : 5th Oct 2021 14:58 BST
KCBA On-line Pairs
Director: Stephen Brown
NGS 9 & below On-line Pairs
Director: Sharon Bayne
Dyer Smith/Hunter Cup - Mixed Pairs
Director: Paul Gibbons
NGS 9 & below On-line Pairs
Director: Sharon Bayne
23rd Oct 2021
South Eastern Counties Junior Bridge Camp
Bowls Rocks Activities Centre
10am Registration
(Information sheet)
23rd Oct 2021
NGS 9 & below On-line Pairs
BBO 2.30pm
Director: Sharon Bayne
30th Oct 2021
Kent Congress Blue Pointed Swiss Pairs
RealBridge 11am
Director: Stephen Brown
30th Oct 2021
Really Congress Easy Pairs NGS 9 & below
BBO 2pm
Director: Sharon Bayne
31st Oct 2021
Kent Congress Green Pointed Swiss Teams
RealBridge 11am
Director: Richard Banbury
Metropolitan Cup - Saturday 20th November 2021

The 2021 Metrolitan Cup is being held on Saturday 20th November, 48 or 49 boards

All three divisions: 11am to 6.00pm, on RealBridge,  with 40 minute break between sessions

The invited Counties are Berks & Bucks, Essex, Hants & IOW, Kent, London, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex.

Kent is keen to enter a team of eight in each of the three divisions and so lots of players are invited to play. Players in division 3 must be NGS below rank of K i.e. <58.99%

If you would like to be considered for selection, please contact our County Captain, Jeremy Willans  on 07801600364 or by email address - 


Youth bridge remains online with events still being co-ordinated on a regional scale. The most popular event is still the Friday Evening session hosted by Young Chelsea (William Chenal).

The first F2F event will be the 2021 South Eastern Junior Bridge Camp on 23rd - 24th October this year. This will be run by Sussex CCBA, Surrey CBA, and Kent CBA in a similar format to the successful event in 2019, at the Bowles Rocks Activity Centre. It is intended for juniors from age 8 to 21, and for all ability groups from beginners and those who are 'a bit rusty' after lockdown to those who are more confident.

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