Although the St. Andrews Bridge Club does not meet in the summer, the St. Andrews Ladies Bridge Club at 26b Queen's Terrace hosts an informal Bridge Club evening each Tuesday, from 14th May 2019 onward, to which all members of local clubs and visitors to St. Andrews are welcome to attend (including men!). Participants are requested to arrive at the Ladies Bridge Club no later than 6:25pm to allow for registration formalities to be completed before a prompt start to play at 6:45pm.
Further details are on the Ladies Brisge Club website at (http://www.bridgewebs.com/standrewsladies/).
(Please note that the St. Andrews Ladies Bridge Club is located in the basement appartment of a Victorian building that is accessed down a steep set of external stairs. It is not suitable for disabled access).
St Andrews Bridge Club will re-start for the 2019-2020 Season on Tuesday 17th September 2019. Please see below for details.
You can see the latest scores from the SBU Simultaneous Pairs held on the 23rd October 2018.
The Interim results of the Autumn Pairs held on 9th October 2018 can be found through the above link. Congratulations to Donald and Bettina for winning the St. Andrews heat.
The results from the Easter Pairs event held in March can now be seen on the ECATS website. The results have not been finalised yet, but will appear on this link when they are.
You can see the latest results from the Celtic Winter SIMS 2018 that have been uploaded to the ECATS Bridge Website. The results have not yet been finalised for all the clubs taking part.
Can be downloaded from here.
When the new Bridgemates are being used, every effort will be made to publish the results of Tuesday Night Bridge by 11pm. Where paper scoring is being used, every effort will be made to publish the results by 9am the next day, Wednesday.
If there will be a delay in the publication, an announcement will be placed on the home page of the web site.
The St. Andrews Bridge Club is pleased to acknowledge the funding support provided by the Big Lottery Fund (Awards for All Scotland) and the Royal Burgh of St. Andrews Community Trust for their assistance with the purchase of the Bridgemate II Systems and other equipment necessary to introduce the new scoring system within the club.
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