Cambs & Hunts CBA

County Calendar 2005-2006

Central events start at 2pm (except County Pairs and Jubilee Pairs - 1pm) and some include afternoon tea. Except for the New Players Tournament and County Individual qualifying round, all competitors must be members of the EBU. For all other events except Garden Cities Trophy and Newmarket Open Swiss Teams, competitors must also be members of the Cambs & Hunts CBA. Full details of events and entry forms are available from clubs, direct from the event organiser, or on the county website

Dates for ECL matches may be found on the Eastern Counties Page.

15th October 2005
Closing date for entries to the County Teams Knock-out. The major green-pointed October 2005 teams-of-four championship with matches played privately. The winners will represent the county in the Pachabo. There is also a Plate event for first round losers, so no excuse for not entering this one!
(Organised by Dave Harrison)
30th October 2005
Newmarket Open Swiss Teams
The County's prestige teams-of-four competition, run simultaneously with a newcomers' event.
(Organised by Peter Last and David Man)
20th November 2005
Garden Cities Qualifier.
A one day all-play-all competition for club teams of eight. Clubs may enter more than one team. The winner will represent the County in the Regional Final.
(Organised by Philip Jones)
22nd January 2006
County Individual Final
This is what bridge is all about! All partner all and only a simple system is permitted. Qualifying heats (open to non-EBU members) to be held in clubs by 27 December. Pester your club to hold a heat.
(Organised by Dave Harrison)
19th February 2006
County Pairs Final
The green-pointed final of the County's premier pairs event. The leading three pairs will represent the county in the Corwen. Qualifying heats held in clubs by 24 January.
(Organised by Dave Harrison)
18th March 2006
New Players Tournament
For inexperienced players and players new to tournament bridge. (Organised by Gladys Gittins and David Carmichael - email:
30th April 2006
Jubilee Swiss Pairs
A popular pairs competition in Swiss format, with six 8 board matches.
(Organised by Penny Riley)