Bronze Page


Stuff aimed exclusively at Bronze players - don’t forget to check the other news for congresses and open competitions which you are also encouraged to enter.

Bronze Opportunities

Not restricted to Bronze players but still a fun event (it's Swiss!) is the Scottish Swiss Pairs. That's on 13th May though you'll have to travel to Ayr Academy for that.

East District Bronze Teams

Saturday 26th May 2018 1 p.m. at the New Melville Bridge Club. This is an open Bronze teams of 4 competition (Swiss if numbers permit!). Prizes for all Bronze levels, and entry is £24 per team (tea/coffee included). Entry online via the East District website or to by May 20th (all entries will be acknowledged).

Event Poster to print out

Summer and Novice Leagues

2 competitions for teams of 4:-

The Summer League

A teams of 4 competition for those with a bit of bridge experience who want a practice over the summer. 24 board matches arranged to suit yourselves.

Novice League

A teams of 4 competition for those in classes or new to competitive play. Emphasis on fun Matches arranged to suit: generally 18 + boards

There is a maximum of 8 players per team, and both leagues run from 1st June to September 1st 2018. Contact by May 20th (all entries will be acknowledged).

Event Poster to print out and show to your friends

What Else Is Out There?

The national SBU web site has a section dedicated to Bronze players. There may be bronze events run nationally or in other districts which you might be interested in.

MEMPAD Demystified

How to get at your points


The bronze prize was won by Anne Young, Norrie O’Neill, Tim Lambert and Robert Thornton (65) (with Fiona Greenwood presenting).


Another enjoyable summer of bridge. In a background of scandal, bad behaviour and downright cheating, an example on how the game should be played — with skill, consideration, and of course home baking. One team even called in their reserve to play for the opponents rather than make them forfeit. I have received several compliments on their behalf. Congratulations! We hope the summer has honed your bridge ready for the new season.

As for the results — Fife Aces won very closely followed by Grange in second and Hermitage Hibs in third. The winners are pictured from left to right — Gertrud Mallon, Nicola Dean, Sue Smith and Fiona McElhinney. Willie Davidson and Dave Dunn also played for the team but were not at the AGM.

Pos  Team                    P    W    L   AMPs   Pts
1    Fife Aces               4    3    1    25     9
2    Grange                  4    3    1    18     9
3    Hermitage Hibs          4    3    1     9     9
4    Hearty Hermits          4    1    3   -12     3
5    Whatsappateers          4    0    4   -38     0