EBU Team win Camrose Trophy 2019

This weekend saw the 2nd and concluding weekend of the Camrose Trophy, the annual competition between England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

The EBU hosted this second weekend of the Camrose Trophy, in Coventry, and therefore England were eligible to field two teams.

The EBU Team (pictured left to right) of Peter Taylor, Cameron Small, Jon Cooke, Chris Dixon (NPC), Ben Green, Ankush Khandelwal & John Cox, finished top with a total of 141.58 VPs. Also playing on behalf of the EBU in the first weekend of the Camrose were Peter Hasenson (NPC), Gerald Tredinnick, Gunnar Hallberg, Derek Patterson, Andrew McIntosh, Andrew Black, Phil King).

In second place were the England Team of David Burn (NPC), Alexander Allfrey & Andrew Robson, Tony Forrester & Graham Osborne, David Gold & Mike Bell, with 126.41 VPs. Also playing on behalf of the England team in the first weekend of the Camrose were Janet de Botton & Artur Malinowski; Espen Erichsen & Glyn Liggins; Tom Townsend & David Bakhshi; NPC Alan Mould.

Northern Ireland were third with 109.65 VPs.

Winter 2019 Club Management Focus newsletter now available

The Winter 2019 edition of the Club Management Focus Newsletter is available now here.

It contains news, articles to help you in the running of your clubs, details of forthcoming events, and important information about club administration. If you need any advice, or have any suggestions for issues you would like covered in the next newsletter, then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Lederer Memorial Trophy Results

The Lederer Memorial Trophy, one of the most prestigious events on the English bridge calendar, has been won by the team of Andrew Robson, Tom Paske, Alex Allfrey, Ed Jones. The invitation event is organised by the London Metropolitan Bridge Association, and the results, photos and event history are available on their event website.

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