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Welcome to

MANCHESTER BRIDGE CLUB

 

 

Now firmly established in our new home premises at

81 WELLINGTON ROAD, FALLOWFIELD, MANCHESTER M14 6BN

(See yellow tab 2nd from top left for directions)

Ring the club on 0161 445 3712  or Dave on 07717 252114 for any clarification

or email daviddebbage@hotmail.co.uk

 

RESULT

Pachabo

Congratulations to the team of John Holland, Alan Mould, Michael Byrne and Michael Newman who retained the Pachabo Trophy (inter-county teams of four) over the weekend of 8-9th June at Coventry.  Manchester were in the top four throughout the event, towards the end they were vying with Hants& Isle of Wight for the top spot.  Hants & Isle of Wight won their last match by a comfortable margin.  Although Manchester lost their last match by the narrowest margin they held on to the top spot by 1.5 points.  This continues Manchester's fine record in this event with the third win since 2015, the other two years they finished second.
RESULT

CONGRATULATIONS

to Club Members

MARTIN TAYLOR & BARBARA HACKETT

who won the

HARROGATE PAIRS

last weekend.

BERNARD GOLDENFIELD
BERNARD GOLDENFIELD

It is with great sadness that we inform members of the sad psssing of Bernard Goldenfield.

His funeral was held on Thursday 6th June at Philips Park Cemetery.

Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time. 

(A full obituary is posted on the MCBA Website)

EBU 6 Jun 2019

Rare Bridge Mention on Virgin Radio

Yesterday morning during the The Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky on Virgin Radio, Chris Evans and his sports reporter Vassos Alexander, gave a glowing review of bridge. When talking about improving memory and keeping your mind active they said that bridge is the best game in the world ever to offset Alzheimer’s, with lots of people now taking up the game.

If you would like to listen to again, please use the link below. The bridge mention is at approximately 8.10am

Link to the full show

RESULTS

John Armstrong Swiss Pairs

Congratulations to Paul Beckwith and Andy Green on finishing second in the Mersey Green Point Swiss at Deva on 19th May.  Full results are on the Mersey and Cheshire web site.
RESULTS

Goldstone

This year's final was held on Thursday 23rd May at 7pm at Cheadle Hulme Bridge Club between St Titus (Michael Byrne, Michael Newman, John Holland, Rodney Lighton and Gary Hyett) and New Connections (Roger Hopton, David Fussell, Gillian MacMullan and Neil Thomas).  New Connections started well winning the first set by six, but St Titus then won the second and third sets to lead by 17, the final set also went St Titus's way for another 10 IMPs, but a well fought and enjoyable final.  St Titus will represent Manchester in the inter county Pachabo competition in June, when the team will be Michael Newman, Michael Byrne, John Holland and Alan Mould.
RESULTS

Schapiro Spring Foursomes

The EBU's prestigious double elimination tournament took place from 3rd to 8th May.  By Sunday evening, after five rounds, David Debbage and Paul Hackett playing in the Sansom team, Alan Mould and John Holland playing in the Penfold team and Michael Byrne playing in the Allerton team were still in contention, albeit each having lost one match.  Play continued on Bank Holiday Monday and on the Tuesday for the final which was won by Justin and Jason Hackett playing in the Mossop team.
 
RESULTS

Buffett Cup

The 2019 Buffett Cup took place in China this year, in the southern coastal city of Haikou, capital of Hainan Province.

Starting on 24th April and running until 28th April, the competition included a team from Europe, the United States and China, each team consisting of 8 players. The Buffett Cup is similar to the prestigious Ryder Cup of golf and Davis Cup of tennis. Each squad has a number of players who compete in multiple formats. The outcome of the event is determined by the aggregate results of the segments.

First held in 2006, the Buffett Cup consists of pairs, teams, and individual competitions. The event is named after world-renowned businessman Warren Buffett, lifelong bridge devotee and competitor.

This year there were two English Pairs playing for Europe:

For more information about the event visit the Buffett Cup website.

The final result saw the USA team in first place with 972.3 and Jason and Justin's European team coming a very close second with 967.7.

RESULTS

Higson Finals

The finals of the Higson Cup and Plate were held at Altrincham on Sunday 28th April.  Congratulations to Agamemnon who held on to their half time lead to win by 5 VPs ahead of St Titus in the cup.
(Full details are on the MCBA and Altrincham Websites)
RESULTS

Teltscher Trophy Result

England regain the Teltscher Trophy

The Teltscher Trophy - the 'senior Camrose' competition - took place in April. This year the event was held in Edinburgh, Scotland.

The England team (pictured from left to right: Norman Selway, Gunnar Hallberg, Paul Hackett, Brian Senior, John Holland, David Mossop and NPC Simon Cochemé) were victorious, winning all 10 matches on the way to the trophy.

Last year's champions Scotland were runners up.

 

 

AGM of MANCHESTER BRIDGE CLUB

Sunday 7th April 2019

Members attending participated in a brief round-up by Jeff of last years' exciting news items culminating in the move to Fallowfield. This was followed by a delicious supper prepared  and served by Eylem and a duplicate from 7.30pm.

Jeff's Review of 2018 Activities, Successes and Results are now under the yellow tab top left of this page marked "2019 AGM"

 

 

21 Feb 2019

John Holland tops National Master Point list

John Holland has regained the Sunday Telegraph Salver, for the most Master Points earned in the calendar year.

John, who has won the competition on six previous occasions, earned 26,361 points in 2018. Gary Hyett, was second with 21,699. 

John also topped the Gold Point list.

CONGRATULATIONS!

CLUB CHAMPION 2019
CLUB CHAMPION 2019

CLUB CHAMPION 2019

"She's done it again!"

Congratulations to EVE LIGHTHILL on becoming our 2019 Club Champion.

This Club Senior Individual Player Contest has been achieved by coming top on Wednesday Evenings over the 12 months period between April 2018 and May 2019.

Well Done Eve! 

Current Competitions

2019 / 20 Club Championship

This Wednesday Evening Individual Player Contest runs from

May 1st  2019 until the end of April 2020

*************

2019 Tony Wood Cup

This Monday Evening Duplicate Pairs Contest runs from

May 2019 until the end of August 2019

*************

WIN A FREE SESSION!
WIN A FREE SESSION!

The Winning Pair on Monday,

Wednesday and Thursday evenings 

can claim their

NEXT BRIDGE NIGHT FREE!!

NEED A PARTNER?

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Here at Manchester Bridge Club we can always find you a playing partner but please arrive in good time to allow us to find someone suited to your ability.

If you arrive at the last minute you may have to take "pot luck"! 

Alternatively please phone David ahead of the session to ask him to find someone for you.

"We aim to please!!"

DO YOU RECEIVE OUR E-MAILS & NEWSLETTER?
DO YOU RECEIVE OUR E-MAILS & NEWSLETTER?

Are you receiving the Bridge Club e-Mails & Newsletter?

If not - please let Dave know so he can make sure you are included.

If you would prefer not to be contacted please email Dave at the address below.

Tel: 0161 445 3712 or davedebbage@hotmail.co.uk

Thankyou.

Archive 2011
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Christmas Party and Beginners' Duplicate
Christmas Party and Beginners' Duplicate 

Come along and join in our Christmas Party  and welcome our new beginners when they  play in their first duplicate bridge game.  We hope that more experienced players will partner one of our beginners and help them enjoy and learn from their first duplicate game.  Our party will start with mince pies and a sherry at 1.30 pm with a buffet during the break. We have two new groups of beginners now on a Monday afternoon, one started learning bridge at the beginning of September and the second at the start of November. They are all really keen and enjoying the challenges of learning to play bridge.  They are so keen they also meet up at the club on Tuesday afternoons to practice

Monday 19th December at 1:30 pm

Students Crazy Pairs Evening
Students Crazy Pairs EveningThe University Students Crazy Pairs evening was very successful with Barbara Lewis and Alec Smalley winning the event.  To see more photos click on the orange tab above. Look out for more bridge events being organised by the University Students in the new year.   
Northern Counties Bridge League Success
Congratulations to the Manchester C Team of Kevin & Celia Comrie, Stephen Ward/Chris Hine, Lance Bloohn/Roger Hopton, Irene Davies/Haidee Taattersall who won comfortably on Saturday 22nd October and so qualify for the National League Finals in July 2012.  Stephen and Chris came second in the Butler scoring and the scratch partnership of Irene and Haidee also did particularly well.
David Debbage December Workshop
David Debbage December Workshop

The next in our series of Workshops given by Champion Player David Debbage is on Sunday 11th December 2011.  The topic being covered is the much requested Slam Bidding.

The session will begin at 2.00 pm and finish about 4.15pm with a short break for sandwiches and freshly made scones at half-time.  The cost is £10 per person.  To enrol just e-mail the club or ring Jeff on 0161 445 3712 or mobile 07960 871035.

Santa Claus Pairs
Santa Claus PairsGet your entry in for the Santa Claus Pairs which is being held on Sunday 18th December. This is a two session event starting with Welcome Drinks at 1.30pm.  The first session starts at 2 pm with our sumptuous Christmas Buffet being served between sessions.  Entries are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.  The entry fee is £27.50 per player.  The 1st prize is £150 and 2nd prize is £80.  There will be a small gift for every-one attending.  Coffee and home-made mince pies will be served at the end of the competition.
Crazy Pairs Duplicate organised by University Students
Come along to the Crazy Pairs Bridge event organised by Michael Coop and his fellow students on Thursday 8th December at 7.30 pm.  There will be different rules for each board, for example one bid only per person, playing anti-clockwise etc. Prizes will awarded .  Every-one is welcome to attend so please support the students. Michael is also organising some further events for next year - there will be another Black Tie event before Easter and a Speed Ball Duplicate in May/June.  
Success in Coronation Cup
Congratulations to Michael Newman and his team who won the Coronation Cup which was held in Blackburn on Sunday 16th October.  Michael's team members were Andrew Petrie, Catherine Draper and Andrew Woodcock.
RECENT SUCCESSES

PENDLE WITCH PAIRS

Bernard and Rhona Goldenfield were winners of the 21st Pendle Witch Pairs held on Saturday 24th September at Brierfield Bridge Club.  Eve Lighthill was second playing with Ken Hassell.  Mancheseter Bridge Club have a long association with this event - we started it at the Fence Gate Inn in partnership with the late Ron Morrish of the Pendle Enterprise Trust.

MANCHESTER C REACH FINAL OF NATIONAL INTER-CLUB KNOCKOUT 2011 (NICKO)

Congratulations to Manchester (Michael Byrne, Michael Newman, Rhona & Bernadr Goldenfield who have reached the final of the 2011 NICKO after defeating Moseley B in the Semi-Final (Round VIII) by 53 IMPS. Bernard & Rhona were previous winners of this competition in 1990 and 1993 while the two Michaels were previous winners in 2007.

GREAT NORTHERN SWISS PAIRS

Another great performance by Rhona & Bernard Goldenfield who came second out of 123 pairs in this National Green Pointed event.

GOLD CUP

After a miraculous 1 IMP win against Gary Hyett's team John Hassett's team (Jeff Morris, John Holland, Bill Hirst) have reached the Quarter Finals of the Gold Cup. They will play their Quarter Final against Alexander Allfrey's team (which includes Andrew Robson & Tony Forrester) on Friday 9th December in Peebles.

Results of Eve Lighthill Trophy 2011

After the final round of this year’s competition held on 22nd September the final top six teams are:-

Team

VPs

1st

John Holland, Michael Byrne, Gary Hyett, Rodney Lighton,    Irving Blakey, Joy Blakey

130

2nd

Sue Richmond, Mike Bell, Sinead Bird, Sarah O'Connor

116

3rd

Alec Smalley, Dave Audley, Jeff Smith, Peter Jones

113

4th

5th

Catherine Draper, Andrew Woodcock, John Hassett, David Debbage, Bernard Goldenfield, Rhona Goldenfield

Linda Williams, Hilary Boydell, Sally Archer, Graham Watton

110

98

6th =

Eve Lighthill, Raymond Semp, Ian Kane, Ken Hassell,

Barry Davies, David Olliver  

93

6th =

Irene Davies, Karen Reissman, Mohammad Jabbar, Mariam Jabbar, Peter Green

For more detailed information see Eve Lighthill Trophy option on main menu left.

93

Ben Franks Winners
Ben Franks WinnersBen Beever and Eddie Thornton-Chan won the Ben Franks Trophy which took place at Manchester Bridge Club on 4th December.  Ben said at half time their score was 50% so they had not expected to win.  But they scored highly in the second half leapfrogging above several pairs to win by a small margin from Michael Newman and Michael Byrne.  In third place were half time leaders John Hassett and Jeff Morris, with Raymond Semp and Ken Hassell fourth.  These four pairs qualify to represent Manchester in the Corwen Trophy in June.
Latest Club News

National All Counties Final

Congratulations to MCBA 'A' Team Rhona and Bernard Goldenfield, Kath and Alan Nelson, John Hassett and Dave Debbage and Michael Newman and Alec Smalley who won this prestigious event.

European Junior Champions

The England Under 20 team captained by Michael Byrne finished 4th.

NICKO

The Manchester Bridge Club Team of Rhona and Bernard Goldenfield, Michael Byrne and Michael Newman has reached the national semi-finals.

Success at Bolton Congress

Well done to Lance Bloohn and Roger Hopton who won the Pairs at the Bolton Congress on Saturday 3 September and then followed it up by winning the Wednesday night duplicate at Manchester Bridge Club four days later !!

Congratulations to Haidee and David
Congratulations to Haidee and DavidCongratulations and best wishes to Haidee Schofield and David Tattersall who got married on Monday 12th September at Stockport Registry office.  David and Haidee had a pre-wedding holiday over the week-end playing bridge in Skipton!  David and Haidee met at Manchester Bridge Club - one of the many couples at our club who met through playing bridge. Haidee and David will be holding a wedding celebration for their family and friends soon.
Club hosts MCBA match against Derbyshire
Club hosts MCBA match against DerbyshireManchester Bridge Club hosted the match between Manchester County and Derbyshire on Sunday 18th September.  Many of the MCBA players were from Manchester Bridge Club.  The captain, Karen Sandler received the Trophy from Jeff Morris who directed the match. The MCBA team also included Lance Bloohn, Jeanne and Ron Bayley, Gillian McMullen, John Fitzgerald, Ann Thornton, Dave Matthews, George Leigh, Michael Wymer, Graham Winn and Susan Triggs. MCBA beat Derbyshire by 131 imps.  Karen thanked Derbyshire for a very enjoyable match and both teams thanked Jeff and his staff for the fantastic meal they provided at half time.  
Tom Middleton Memorial Evening
This event, to celebrate the life of Tom Middleton, will take place on Sunday October 16th 2011. There will be a drinks reception starting at 6.30pm with the Swiss rubber bridge competition starting at 7pm.  Food will be provided by a local middle eastern restaurant during the break at approx 8.30pm.  The entry fee is £10 with all profits going to the  Parkinson's Society charity.  There will also be a raffle which is being organised by Eve Lighthill who would be grateful for any donations. 
Congratulations to Jeff Morris and his team
Congratulations to Jeff Morris and his team
The final of the 2010-11 Seniors' KO was held on Monday 8th August at Manchester Bridge Club.
The finalists, with the exception of North East's Clive Owen, were all from Manchester.
Clive Owen, John Holland, John Hassett and Jeff Morris won by 80 IMPs  when Bernard and Rhona Goldenfield, Joy and Irving Blakey conceded with 8 boards to play. 

Winner of Tony Woods' Memorial Cup 2011
Winner of Tony Woods' Memorial Cup 2011 Lesley Johnson, this year's winner was presented with the Cup on Monday by Dave Debbage. This competition runs through the summer in the memory of Tony who was a regular player in the Monday night duplicate. Lesley wants to thank David Sarabowski, her regular partner on a Monday evening, who she feels is solely responsible for her success. The rest of us, of course, know differently!
NICKO 2012 Entry Conditions

NICKO 2012

Conditions of Entry

Players must be members of the affiliated club, and must have been so for at least three months immediately prior to the day they first represent it. Moreover, nominated players must play regularly at the club or for the club or contribute regularly in some other way OR have met this criteria in previous years, yet be unable to currently do so through some personal circumstance (e.g. illness, work, childcare, etc).

It is left to individual clubs themselves to decide whether their members meet these criteria and are thus eligible to represent them. Clubs are asked to ensure that their representatives match the ethos of the competition. Examples will be provided on the EBU website of what the EBU believes is good practice in this area. Any complaints that a team does not meet these criteria will be referred to the club that entered them.

At least 4 players must be nominated for each team when the entry form is submitted. Please give EBU numbers for all players. If you cannot provide EBU numbers, then it is essential that you give their postcodes.

Extra players may be added, up to a maximum of 6 players per team, at any time during the competition provided:

(a) that they satisfy the entry conditions,

(b) that they have not represented another team in the competition this season,

and

(c) that they are nominated to the EBU Competitions Department before they play

‘Strong teams’ (i.e. those with 2 or more Grand Masters or above or ranked in the top 40 of the EBU Gold Point scheme at the end of August) will be exempted until round 2.

Partner Teacher Workshop

Manchester Bridge Club successfully hosted an EBU Partner Teacher Workshop over the weekend.  The course supports members of the EBU who want to become Bridge Teachers or who want to play a fuller role with in their own bridge club.  All participants on this course, including 3 members of our club, achieved accredited EBU Bridge Teacher status.   

The workshop was run by Titch Glenday who has run her own successful bridge school,  the Devon School of Bridge, for over 20 years.  The workshop demonstrates the best way to teach beginners to learn to play bridge, for instance using mini-bridge initially and helps new teachers to develop marketing strategies to help them attract new members. The EBU also provides new teachers with professionally produced teaching materials.

Manchester Bridge Club is about to offer a new day time bridge course starting in September 2011 and we will be able to benefit from much of the advice given at this workshop. We urge all existing members of the club to tell their family and friends about our new day time bridge course.  We will be asking you to pass on leaflets advertising our new course to any family and friends who you think would be interested in learning bridge nearer the time. Watch this space for more info about our new day time beginners course............................... 

Well Done to Sue and Neil
Well Done to Sue and Neil

Sue Richmond and Neil Thomas won the Manchester Bridge Club heat of the Kidney Research SIMs on Thursday 14th July 2011. Sue and Neil  had an excellent second half and beat strong competition at the club scoring 66.25%.  In second place were Maggie McPhillips and Dorothy Lewis with Alan Bray and Philip Mott coming third.  Sue and Neil  did well nationallly, coming 27th across the country.  Manchester Bridge Club regularly runs SIMS (simultaneous pairs) events. Any non-members are welcome to attend our SIMS and if you ring up beforehand we will always find a partner for you.

Students' Black Tie Bridge Evening
Students' Black Tie Bridge Evening Manchester University Bridge Club had a fun evening at the Bridge Club.  Now students are returning for the new academic year we are hoping to hold another joint evening in the near future. Details to follow soon.
Ruia Cup 2011 Winners
Ruia Cup 2011 Winners

The Ruia Cup Final session took place on Thursday 21st July.  Catherine Draper and her team finished in first place with Sid Travers and his tem in 2nd place. Congratulations to both teams in a hard fought competition. Details of the top six teams are on our News Page.

Brighton Congress - report from Barbara and Alec

Brighton Congress August 2011

This was our first trip to the Brighton Congress, having previously been to several continental bridge events.  In respect of the bridge, the intensity is much higher than in Europe, especially if you play in all the events.  Only the American Nationals are comparable in this respect.

The 2 main competitions, Swiss Pairs and Swiss Teams, are contested over the weekends, and are long and demand high levels of consistent concentration – as evidenced by Michael Byrne’s team who won the main event, the A Star Teams final  (136 boards in total).  However, during the midweek there are several more relaxed and fun competitions: Play with an Expert, Mixed Pivot Teams and Mixed Pairs in the evenings; and Open Pairs and Senior (over 60 years) events every afternoon.  And, for anyone who has not yet had enough bridge there are Speedball events starting at midnight!

Everyone who we met and played against were friendly and were enjoying the events.

We were especially impressed with the large turn-out of talented young bridge players…who give the events some vibrancy and augers well for the future of bridge in the UK. We were successful in the Mixed Pivot Teams (playing with Tom Slater and Ben Paske), winning a prize: and Alec and Tom had a wonderful experience playing in the Swiss Teams with Irving Gordon and Bill Whyte from Scotland – finishing 6th in the Brighton Bowl.

Brighton offers varied accommodation from top hotels to comfortable apartments within easy walking distance of the bridge, and a multitude of reasonably priced dining experiences from traditional seafood to Korean and Japanese cuisine.  For those who want to take a break from the bridge there are the Lanes of Brighton, and easy access by bus and train to cultural and other seaside attractions.   Travelling by train to Brighton is to be recommended as it took us just over 4 hours door-to-door: and parking is very expensive in Brighton.

For full results, see the link below:

http://www.ebu.co.uk/results/2011Aug-Dec/Brighton/Index.htm

Barbara and Alec

Jeff and David's December Newsletter
Jeff and David's December Newsletter

Read Jeff and David's latest Newsletter by clicking on December Newsletter tab in Menu Section above.

Winners of Santa Claus Pairs 2011
Winners of Santa Claus Pairs 2011

Bernard and Rhona Goldenfield were the winners of this year's Santa Claus Pairs. They won the first session with 63.83% and were 2nd in the second session with 61.90%, and were overall winners of the event with 62.88%. In second place were Rose Davenport and Ray Hill with Barbara Heaton and Irene Bowers in 3rd Place. 

Rhona thanked Jeff Morris and David Debbage for organising the event and Mike Amos for directing.  Rhona said that she and Bernard really enjoyed playing in such a friendly event and thanked  Briget and the staff at the club for providing a great buffet.

For more pictures of the Santa Claus Pairs click on the orange tab at top on left. The full results are available on the results pages - click on tabs on the right.