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  • GOLD COAST BRIDGE CONGRESS

    20 Feb 2018

    MONDAY REPORT. MATTHEW BROWN WINS OPEN PAIRS. Congratulations to all the Kiwis who did well in the various Pairs and Swiss Pairs events. Leading the way was Matthew Brown who with his Australian partner, Johnno Newman, retained their lead to win... read more here

  • Volunteer of the Month

    19 Feb 2018

    FEBRUARY 2018 MARION SILLICK, PARAPARAUMU. Dennis Lahman speaks on behalf of the Club Committee and reflects the views of so many at the Paraparaumu Club. "Marion arrived in Paraparaumu in 2004 from Orewa with a reputation of being fully... read more here

  • Calling Bridge playing Teachers

    16 Feb 2018

    New Zealand Bridge is trying to take Bridge into schools. We know that traditionally our game has been played mainly by older people. There are reasons why school age students would take to our game. Some will become “addicted”... read more here

  • WELLINGTON REGIONAL NEWS with Paul Maxwell

    21 Feb 2018

    We are now off with the old and on with the new - going into 2018 with some new faces on the Board and some new approaches. One of these approaches has landed in Wellington with radio advertising, starting mid-February, in the city and the Kapiti... read more here

  • FROM COMMONWEALTH GAMES TO GOLD COAST

    19 Feb 2018

      Same venue but now time for everyone to join in. Firstly, though, we left you at the top 8 qualifying stage of the Commonwealth Teams. Australia Gold, Scotland White, India A and the President’s Team, an English invitation team,... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    19 Feb 2018

    There are many ways of discarding which work most of the time. Sometimes, they all run into difficulty. When that happens think about the easiest way you can get your message across to your partner. If your card is not going to be easy to... read more here

  • The Fifth Commonwealth Nations Championships - Day 3

    17 Feb 2018

    A Day of Two Halves The last four qualifying matches. A steady showing over these matches could mean top 8 for New Zealand. For a while it looked a possibility with two wins before lunch. However, the two afternoon matches did not go New... read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    16 Feb 2018

    “Full Marks”. There are some jobs in Bridge which are very hard to pass on to anyone else. One such role is President of the Akarana Bridge Club. Ask Jonathan Westoby although after at least a decade in the job, he did escape. Ask... read more here

  • The Fifth Commonwealth Nations Championships - Day 2

    16 Feb 2018

    A Roundabout Way to Where We Started At the end of the 11 round Swiss, 8 teams will qualify. However, it is not as simple as saying that will be teams 1-8 as the medals can only be won by the teams representing Commonwealth countries. The rules... read more here

  • Canterbury News with Max Robb

    15 Feb 2018

          A warm welcome to our new Canterbury correspondent, Max Robb. Max is well known around the Christchurch bridge scene. Please contact him if you have any news items. His contact details are at the end of this report.... read more here

  • The Fifth Commonwealth Nations Championships - Day 1

    15 Feb 2018

    The scene is the Gold Coast Convention Centre. Wednesday February 14th is the first of five days of competition, the first of the three day qualifying Swiss during which all 36 teams will play 11 by 14 board matches to qualify eight teams for the... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    13 Feb 2018

    USING THEIR TIME So, what do you do as a defender when the declarer goes into what seems like a 10 minute reverie at the first sight of dummy? OK, it was only 30 seconds but you only had four minutes to play this board or else time penalties... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    12 Feb 2018

    THE SECRET OF GRANT’S SUCCESS You may have observed that the team of Grant Jarvis, Ken and Kathy Yule and Jan Alabaster won the South Island Teams in Christchurch over the last weekend. Naturally, we wanted to report on some of their finer... read more here

  • A Weekend in Christchurch

    12 Feb 2018

    South Island Teams Exciting hands, excellent organisation, wonderful continuous catering and a full house of 38 teams at the Christchurch Bridge Club for this year’s South Island Teams. For most of the event, it was close at the top though... read more here

  • Nominations - Board Elections 2018

    10 Feb 2018

    Nominations received for Chairperson: Allan Morris     CV Allan Morris Nominations received for Board Members: Karen Martelletti    Karen Martelletti  CV Kay Nicholas        ... read more here

  • SOUTH ISLAND TEAMS - CHRISTCHURCH 10TH - 11TH FEB 2018

    10 Feb 2018

    LINK TO RESULTS PAGE read more here

  • TALES OF AKARANA

    9 Feb 2018

    SPADES A ‘ PLENTY After three weeks of Rubber Bridge, Akarana started its Teams and Swiss Pairs program with a lively night of Bridge this week. There were three interesting spade slams to be bid, only one of which stood a chance to be... read more here

  • Congratulations!!! Baden Wilson Winners for 2017

    8 Feb 2018

    Kate Davies from Wellington for the Women and Grant Jarvis from Franklin for the men read more here

  • NZ BRIDGE YOUTH BRIDGE WEEKEND

    7 Feb 2018

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  • Otago-Southland News with Moss Wylie

    7 Feb 2018

    FEEL THE HEAT…. 2018 Bridge started early in the “Deep South” with 43 pairs crammed into the Alexandra Bridge Club to contest the Holiday Pairs, a  two evening affair, January 5/6th.  Auckland’s Jeff Thompson... read more here

  • A Lighter Look

    5 Feb 2018

    “PRECISION” DEFENCE.. or… “EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY” Well, whenever the “day” for Precision is, the following deal which even those present at the recent Tauranga Congress will struggle to remember, was not... read more here

  • PLAY and DEFENCE for Improving Players

    5 Feb 2018

    SECOND PLAYER PLAYS….. You know the rule. You learnt it five or ten or thirty years ago in the days when you wanted to be dummy…less pressure. It’s good to know that the rule is alive and very well. Yet, there is another rule... read more here

  • 2018 World Wide Bridge Contest heats

    2 Feb 2018

      PRESS RELEASE   The 2018 World Wide Bridge Contest heats will be played on eight different days with simultaneous pairs being held on: Tuesday 27th March & Thursday 29th March  Tuesday 24th April & Thursday 26th... read more here

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