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Welcome to Malton Bridge Club
Online Sessions with RealBridge

The club is now running online sessions in place of the normal Wednesday evening and Thursday afternoon events.  Wednesday events start at 7 pm. Thursdays start at 2 pm, with help and advice available and a partner guaranteed.

To join a session, simply click the appropriate link below, at least 5 minutes before the scheduled start time.  Then provide your name (normal first and last name, please) and, for Wednesdays only, your EBU no. (if not known leave the ID line blank).

(You will be invoiced later at £1.50 per session.)



Malton Cup 2021
Malton Cup 2021

This year's event will take place online on Sunday June 20th at 1 p.m.

For details and a printable / downloadable entry form click on the Malton Cup entry in the menu on the left (pdf version).

National Pairs Final

Many congratulations to Mike Jackson and John Hayton, who finished 3rd out of 60 pairs in this high-quality event.

Yorkshire Online League - Season 2

In Division 1, Malton A beat Scarborough A 12-8, Sheffield B 15-5 and Harrogate A 15-5 but lost 7-13 to Sheffield C, by 3-17 to Leeds A and 8-12 to Leeds B, then defeated Sheffield A 16-4.  The team finished in 4th place.

In Division 3, Malton B beat Keighley A 16-4, lost 9-11 to Hull B and 8-12 to Sheffield D then won 19-1 against Wakefield B, lost 5-15 to Leeds E and beat Ilkley A 11-9 and Bradford A 13-7.  They finished 3rd in their division.

In Division 10, Malton C won 13-7 against Wakefield E, lost 0-20 against Hull C then beat Doncaster E 17-3, Ripon A 15-5 and Brighouse C 18-2 then drew 10-10 with Keighley D and also with Beauchief B.  They finished top of the division, tying on points with Wakefield E but awarded first place on the result of the match between them.

Yorkshire Pairs

The Yorkshire Pairs final was, of course, held online this year, on 24th January with a field of 26 pairs.  Congratulations to the winners, Tom Gisborne and Sandy Davies of Sheffield, and to Mike Jackson and John Hayton who were very close behind in second place.  Richard Hilton and Pauline Cooper finished in a respectable 7th position.

Yorkshire Online League

The club has entered three teams-of-four in this new league, which replaces the traditional teams-of-eight league during the current epidemic.

The full season's results have been:

In Division 2, Malton A beat Sheffield D by 16-4, Sheffield C 13-7, York B 17-3, Leeds C 11-9, Huddersfield B 20-0 and Leeds D 12-8 but lost 9-11 against Harrogate B.  They ended top of their division.

In Division 3, Malton B lost 1-19 to Leeds E, 5-15 to Sheffield E, beat Keighley A 19-1, lost 8-12 to Bradford A, lost 2-18 to Wkefield A, 9-11 to Inlkley A and 5-15 to Hull A.  They finished in eighth and last place.

In Division 10, Malton C lost by 8-12 to Hull C and by 4-16 against Leeds J, beat Brighouse C 16-4, lost 9-11 to Keighley D, lost 4-16 to Wetherby C, won 14-6 against Ripon B then lost 3-17 to Barnsley.  They finished sixth, avoiding relegation.


Malton Bridge Club is a small, friendly club with, currently, fewer than 50 members.  The membership spans the full range of experience and expertise, all enjoying and benefitting from playing together in a congenial atmosphere.

There are two distinct parts to the club’s playing season.  From October to early May on Wednesday evenings there is a programme of four different seven-session pairs competitions and one two-session teams-of-four competition, though non-qualifying or visiting pairs are also very welcome to attend.  Over the same period there are also Thursday afternoon sessions for players to enjoy a more relaxed, social game, with help and advice available and a partner guaranteed.

From May to September the club is only open on Wednesday evenings, with a ‘host’ system operating so that partners do not need to be pre-arranged.  In this period many members play with a variety of different partners, providing a good opportunity for experience to be shared, systems to be developed and new partnerships to be formed.  Results are handicapped and an individual winner is declared at the end but there is no strong competitive element and this is a time when many Thursday afternoon players gain the confidence to compete on Wednesdays.

The club enters two teams-of-eight in the Yorkshire League and organises two open events: a multiple teams event played in June for the Malton Cup and a pairs competition in November, restricted to non-expert pairs, for the Ryedale Cup. 

19th May 2021
Wednesday Online Pairs
7 p.m.
20th May 2021
Thursday Afternoon Online Pairs
2 p.m.
26th May 2021
Wednesday Online Pairs
7 p.m.
Thursday Afternoon Online Pairs
Wednesday Online Pairs
Thursday Afternoon Online Pairs