Norman Selway

Norman learnt bridge at the age of 14 and was taught mainly by a player called Paul Gordon, whose better half Fritzi was half of the best women’s pair of all time. He played mostly high stake rubber bridge with the likes of John Collings, an ailing Jonathan Cansino, an embryonic Zia Mahmood, Paul Hackett and Geoffrey Breskal, amongst many others! It didn’t do much for Norman’s bidding in that company, but his card play became very sound – it had to be!

When he converted to duplicate he won all the major competitions more than once, with the exception of the Gold Cup, which he is hoping to add very soon.

Norman's Top Table interview, December 2014

Major International Appearances
Senior European Championships: 2016
Senior World Olympiad: 2016

Camrose Trophy Selections: 2009 2011 and 2014

Teltscher Trophy Selections: 2015 2016 and 2017

Crockfords winner: 1988

Premier League Winner: 2008 and 2010

Spring Foursomes Winner: 1987 and 1997

Brighton Pairs, Harold Poster Cup: 2014

The Hubert Phillips Bowl Winner: 2013

Tollemache Cup winner: 1989

Last updated: August 2014