Internationals

Welcome to the International Selections and Trials home page. Here you will find information on all the England representative teams, who they are, how they fared and how you can try out to join them.

Internationals News

World Youth Open Championships underway in Croatia

The World Youth Championships have started in Opatija, Croatia. The event, which features pairs and teams events in four age/gender categories, takes place from 20th - 29th August. The only English participant in the early Pairs events which start the competition is Rob Myers, playing with Dutchman Bas Van Beijsterveldt.

Draw made for World Championships

The draw for the World Championships, which take place 26th September to 10th October in Chennai, has been made.

England begin the round robin phase in the Bermuda Bowl against hosts India, and conclude against Argentina.

In the Venice Cup the women's team starts against Poland, and end the opening stage against USA2.

In the D'Orsi Bowl, the senior's begin against Brazil, and finish against Canada.

After the round robin phase, the top teams in each event will progress to the quarter finals.

U25s 4th in European Championships

The England Under 25s have finished 4th in the European Youth Bridge Championships. Having led for much of the event it was disappointing that they finished outside the medals, however it was the side's best result since the Great Britain team in 1994, and was an excellent performance.

Congratulations to Tom Paske & Shivam Shah; James Paul & Alex Roberts; Dan McIntosh & Rob Myers; NPC: Alan Shillitoe; Coach: Jon Cooke

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U20s end European Championships in 13th

The England Under 20s have finished 13th in the European Championships.

In the words of NPC Michael Byrne, "Whilst the bridge has been disappointing and we did quite badly, the team were a credit to their country, and the EBU should be very proud they have such responsible young men and women representing them."

The team was: Freddie Illingworth & Ben Norton; Laura Covill & Stephen Kennedy; Sam Behrens & Nick Dean; NPC: Michael Byrne; Coach: Bryony Youngs

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