Update your record
Update your record

Middlesex is keen to contact members by email. We do this using the EBU database of members records. It maybe that your record is not up to date.

You can check it and amend it by going the the EBU website. Click here.

You will need your EBU number and password. You can obtain a password by clicking the "forgot password" box from the EBU if you don't have it.

Middlesex Weekly Club Night

This is for members of Middlesex clubs and their partners or invited guests and is held on BBO every Tuesday night at 7.30pm (sign in from 6.00pm). We aim to play a minimum of 18 boards. The cost is 3.00 BB$ per player.

Masterpoints will be awarded at County Level which is 1.5 times greater than club level.

When you log-in to BBO you should:

1.  Go to BBO - Competitive area

2.  Find Middlesex Weekly Club Night

3.  Enter yourself and your partner.

4.  Wait patiently until the cards arrive.

5.  Enjoy your game.  The results will come to you at the end.

6.  The full Middlesex results will be available on this website the following day.

7.  Any profits, should there be any, are to be distributed to Affiliated Middlesex clubs.

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Past Winners

Winners of the Championship Teams from 1951 to date

Winners of the Championship Pairs 1959 to date

Winners of the Committee Cup 1999 to date

Winners of the Dorset Cup 1986/87 to date 

No longer held

Winners of the Gentlemens Pairs 1992 to date 

Winners of the Ladies Pairs 1989 to date

Winners of the Victor Ludorum 1996/97 to 2014

No longer awarded

Winners of the Mixed Pairs 1965 to date

Winners of the Newcomers Pairs 1990 to date
Winners of the Senior Pairs 1999 to date

Winners of the Masters Pairs 1985 to 2015

No longer held

Winners of the Masters Teams 1948 to 2012/13

No longer held

Winners of the Middlesex Plate 1998 to date

Winners of the Middlesex Individual

No longer held

Middlesex Club Championship 1986 to date

Middlesex League (for the Peter Edelman Trophy). Results 2000 to date

Before 2000 the event was known as the Harrow League