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CBAI Virtual Bridge Clubs on BBO – Update

We informed you in an earlier post of our agreement with BBO to authorise CBAI-affiliated clubs as virtual clubs on BBO, the benefits of this status, and how to apply to become a virtual club. We are pleased to report that we are now getting on for 100 CBAI virtual...

Bridge: A Mindsport For All (BAMSA) – Your Help Needed!

The Keep Bridge Alive project being run by Professor of Sociology at the University of Stirling in Scotland (and Scottish international bridge player) Samantha Punch has been rebranded as "Bridge: A Mindsport for All" (BAMSA). The key goals of the project are to work...

Thanks & Best Wishes to Valerie

Thanks & Best Wishes to Valerie

We send our thanks and best wishes to Valerie Mathers, who has retired from the CBAI's Head Office after twenty years of dedicated service. Valerie was the first employee to join the CBAI to work alongside the then General Secretary, now Chief Executive, and has...

Yeats Country (Sligo) Virtual Congress 5-7 June

Feargal O'Boyle and his team will be running this year's Yeats Country (Sligo) Bridge Congress as an online event on BBO, with all proceeds from the congress being donated to the following three charities:  North West Hospice (Sligo), Milford Hospice (Limerick) and...

Killarney Virtual Congress Results

Many congratulations to Diarmuid Reddan on making such a success of the first foray into running an Irish bridge congress online. The South of Ireland (Killarney) Congress was held on BBO over the last week, and was a great success. The numbers participating exceeded...

Killarney & Sligo Congresses Go Virtual

Thanks to the efforts of Diarmuid Reddan and Fearghal O'Boyle, we won't have to do without our fix of congress bridge this summer after all ... albeit we'll be attending them from our own homes rather than experiencing the usual warm Killarney and Sligo hospitality in...

Want to Learn to Play or Teach Bridge?

If you are thinking of learning to play bridge, congratulations – you’ve made a good a choice, a game which will fascinate, stimulate, and occasionally frustrate, you for the rest of your life. Click below for details of classes being run under the auspices of the CBAI.  If you’re already a bridge player, and would like to pass on to your knowledge and experience to aspiring players, click below for details of the CBAI’s teaching programme.

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