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NCBA Committee Meeting

The next County Committee Meeting will be held,
Monday1 March 2021 at 5 pm via ZOOM.

Match Results

Team Captains are invited to email match results to the appropriate League Secretary Jane Hall  for Team of 8 results and Shirley Ashtari
for Team of 4 results

Emails

If you are not receiving emails from NCBA and would like to please send your details to nottscba@gmail.com

There are currently 300 members not receiving Emails!

 

Welcome to Nottinghamshire Contract Bridge Association
Notts CBA
Notts CBA

Welcome to the Nottinghamshire Contract Bridge Association web site.

The Association was  founded  in 1937.

Its  aims  are  to promote and further bridge in Nottinghamshire, to organise competitions in the County and to participate in matches with other counties.

Swiss Teams of 4

New comp to start 31 January 2021

BRIDGE COMPETITION - TEAMS OF FOUR ON BBO

(Nottinghamshire CBA)

This is social bridge with a competitive edge for those who like an alternative format to Match Point Pairs.

The main rule is that bridge is to be played in a friendly, sociable manner.

The competition will be for Teams of Four, competing against each other in a ‘Swiss Teams’ format.

There is no entry fee and there are no prizes.

COMPETITION FORMAT

  1. The first week of the competition, teams will be assigned opponents at random by the organisers.
  2. The organiser will compile “league standings” based upon the results. Captains will be provided with a link to the ‘Results and Standings’.
  3. Thereafter teams will be assigned opponents who are performing to a similar level as themselves, (i.e. a “Swiss’ format).
  4. Each team is expected to play one match per week.
  5. The competition is being organised with the co-operation of the committee of NCBA. EBU P2P charges will be paid by NCBA at no cost to the entrants.

HOW TO ENTER

  1. You need a team captain to organise the team and the matches.
  2. Members of the team do not have to be members of the same Bridge Club. (This is NOT an inter-club competition).
  3. Each team can be selected from a squad of no more than eight individuals. Individuals may not represent more than one team.
  4. The team captain then emails the organisers, [ go to https://tea4ms.space for details] , with: Your chosen team name (12 characters maximum please) and the members of your team.

Team captains are responsible for ensuring that team members are aware of these rules and abide by them.

By entering, captains will have given permission to share your email address and team name with other team captains.

 

Click here for further details

 

Results so far 

Nottinghamshire v Leicestershire 2021

Results from the match on 17 January 2021

1st team – 10-10

2nd team – 6-14

3rd team – 5-15

Report to follow

Play Bridge online

Notts CBA are to run a Duplicate sessions every Wednesday

cost $3 (BBO dollars) for 18 Boards

Start time 7:30

you will need to buy BBO dollars

we recommend that you buy them from their web site and not via an APP.

If you are interested in taking part in Duplicate events then please register.

Please Register Here

you need to register once for each club that you play at!

Updated Advice About Social Distancing

From The EBU 26 June 2020

The government announced on 23rd June that it will be relaxing the social distancing requirements with effect from 4th July. This has led some clubs and other bridge organisers to wonder if they will be able to start re-opening at that time.

The government advice does say that social clubs and community centres will be able to re-open, although it says that casinos will not. However, there are a number of requirements in order to be allowed to re-open: apart from keeping a record of everyone who attends, people are still required to stay 2m apart if possible and otherwise to keep at least 1m apart along with having further mitigations like wearing face masks or having Perspex barriers between people.

Although many clubs might have the space to keep tables 2m apart, the standard bridge-table size seats players no further than 60cm from their opponents. We have been unable to uncover clear and authoritative advice that having, for instance, a Perspex screen across the table, is sufficient to mitigate this. Because of this, we are unable currently to advise that even with mitigating actions, Bridge Clubs can generally re-open to run face-to-face games that comply with the regulations.

Full article on EBU web site

FUTURE EVENTS
Please see the Calendar for a list of local Charity Bridge drives
Green Point Events

A list of this years Green Point Events has been added to the Calendar,
along with Entry Forms where available.

Charity Events

See a list of Charity Bridge Drives

Master Points

See 2019 Master Point List on EBU Site

 NCBA on Facebook

Calendar
30th January 2021
Midlands No Fear Swiss Teams
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3rd February 2021
Duplicate on BBO
BBO 19:30
Director: Keith Spencer
7th February 2021
NCBA Mixed Pairs
BBO
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10th February 2021
Duplicate on BBO
BBO 19:30
Director: Keith Spencer
17th February 2021
Duplicate on BBO
BBO 19:30
Director: Keith Spencer
Results
Duplicate on BBO
Duplicate on BBO
Director: Keith Spencer
Notts V Leicestershire S1
Director: Keith Spencer
Notts V Leicestershire S2
Notts V Leicestershire S3