The Australian Bridge Federation, in conjunction with the WBF, is pleased to invite all female bridge players to participate in the FIRST Pacific Asia Women's On-Line Bridge Tournament to be held from 1st to 5th September 2014 inclusive.
Please go to: www.abfevents.com.au/events/pawobf/2014/ for all of the details and register your interest in playing by completing the registration document on the web site.
Although primarily aimed at the Pacific/Asia countries, it is open to all female bridge players.
As part of Stroke Awareness Week the NSWBA once again invites you to play in a fund-raising game of Duplicate Bridge on Thursday September 11 at 10.10am.
Our guest speaker this year will be Paul Lavings. Prizes include a Champagne High Tea for two at the Tea Rooms, Gunners Barracks and a $100 Coles Myer Gift Voucher.
The NSWBA will donate $5 of the each player’s table fee to the Stroke Recovery Association.
The first Professional Development Day for Teachers (free for teachers and supervisors) will be held at the Peninsula Bridge Club on Sunday 21 September. Joan Butts will present modern content for teaching intermediate and advanced courses on bidding, play and defence.
Congratulations to the NSW Women's team of Nevena Djurovic, Rena Kaplan, Pauline Evans, Giselle Mundell, Patsy Mccartney, Cathryn Herden, Julian Foster (NPC) who won the Women's division of the Interstate Teams.
Well done too to the NSW Open team of Peter Buchen, Terry Brown, Nicoleta Giura, Nick Hughes, David Beauchamp, Nye Griffiths, Paul Lavings (NPC) who were runners up in the Open.