Women's & Seniors' Teams and the Melbourne Cup
This year, the Women's and Seniors' Teams will be played when the Melbourne Cup is being run. You won't miss out. Match 2 on Tuesday 4th November will be split into two halves. Boards 1-10 will be played before the Cup and 11-20 after. You will be able to view the race which will be broadcast at the venue. We will run Sweeps for those wishing to have a flutter.
Consequently the end of play for the day will be delayed until shortly after 7 pm.
New Novice Pairs will run alongside the Open and Restricted Pairs on November 1 and 2. Each player must have < 100 Masterpoints at 1/7/2014. To run as a separate event there must be 24 pairs entered.
Early bird discount of $40 per team for each Teams entry (Open, Restricted, Women's, Seniors') which is fully paid by October 16.
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Please visit the Championship Website for all information relating to the Spring Nationals.
- a Bridge Competition with a Difference
Derrick Browne from the Trumps Bridge Club, Gordon Parker and Kerrie Eyers are seeking human interest stories with minimum technicality and maximum entertainment that illustrate why bridge is a passion, not just a game. Submissions, anecdotes and other creative bids will be judged by an independent panel and prizes awarded.
More details regarding prizes and how to enter can be found on the Trumps Bridge Club Website.
The ABF has announced another Special grants program for 2015. Clubs are asked to get applications to the NSWBA by 30 September 2014.
The winners of the 2014 State Wide Pairs were Jane North and Helen Wilson from Dubbo Bridge Club.
The Annual ABDA Directors Seminar will be held in Adelaide, November 8-9, 2014.
The charity day raised in excess of $1000 for the Stroke Recovery Association, founded by Anita Rosenberg.
The first Pacific Asia Women's On-Line tournament has completed with Julie Atkinson and Kathy Boardman from New Zealand coming in first winning Euros 75 each.
Please go to: www.abfevents.com.au/events/pawobf/2014/ for all of the results.
The North Shore Bridge club, Australia's largest bridge club, is seeking the services of a Club Manager.