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June 2019 English Bridge

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EBED CALENDAR

EBED Events

n JUNE 2019

8 Club Director Assessment, Patcham

14-16 EBTA Teachers Conference, Milton Keynes

15 Club Director Assessment, Cheltenham

16 Club Director training, Day 1, Oxford

16 Club Director Assessment, Durham

22 How to run a Cub Duplicate, Scunthorpe

22 Club Director Assessment, Day 1,

Wymondham

30 Advanced Director training, Darlington

n JULY 2019

6 Club Director training, Day 1, Scunthorpe

20 Club Director training, Day 2, Scunthorpe

20-21 Club Teacher Training Course, Bognor

Regis, West Sussex

n AUGUST 2019

3 Club Director Assessment, Scunthorpe

5-8 Club Director training, Eastbourne

9 Advanced Director training Eastbourne

9 EBUScore Courses, Eastbourne

(Basics - am, Next Steps - pm)

10-11 Club Teacher Training Course, Halifax BC

30-1 Junior Teach-In, Northampton, see p59

n SEPTEMBER 2019

1 How to run a Club Duplicate, Halifax

2-6 Autumn Sims Pairs, various venues

14-15 County Director Training weekend,

Coventry

15 Club Director training, Day 2, Oxford

29 Club Director training, Day 1, Halifax

n OCTOBER 2019

2 Running a club duplicate, Aylesbury

6 Club Director training, Day 2, Halifax

13 Club Director Assessment, Oxford

17-18 Club Teacher Training Course, Young

Chelsea Bridge Club

20 Club Director Assessment, Halifax

23 Club Director training, Day 1, Aylesbury

n NOVEMBER 2019

6 Club Director training, Day 2, Aylesbury

17-18 Club Teacher Training Course, Aylesbury

n DECEMBER 2019

4 Club Director Assessment, Aylesbury

WARWICK'S JUNIOR CHALLENGE 2019

West Midlands Bridge Club held its annual Junior

Minibridge challenge at the end of March. Nearly 50

children from two local schools took part.

STAMFORD'S SCHOOL SUCCESS GROWS

Wow! Another 15 member 'Buddies' have been DBS

registered to support the Stamford Youth Bridge Academy's

(SYBA) Schools Project, bringing the total DBS registered

members to more than 60. The eldest is 83 years young.

This incredibly worthwhile project sees Buddies making

the game accessible to schools by delivering a Starter

Bridge package that has inspired, ignited and encouraged

maths departments to work in partnership with them.

Last year, prior to SYBA's second Inter-Schools

Tournament, they had to turn away two disappointed

schools as the 100 places filled up almost immediately. By

supporting the Maths Curriculum a staggering 2,300

youngsters have now received an introduction to the game

of bridge. Experiential learning, problem solving, creative

thinking and number crunching are just some of the skills

that the maths faculties recognise the game has to offer.

Working in partnership with youngsters aged from 8 years

to 14 years, SYBA is engaging, enthusing and inspiring

them to love numbers through partnership fun.

SYBA's brilliant schools-appdavid@ebedicio.co.ukrning

tools is available through EBED. Contact

david@ebedicio.co.uk.

Oxford's Junior Bridge Club is

justly proud of its success.

Congratulations to members

Zane Soonawalla & Freddie

Beneat, the first juniors to have ever won the Oxford Times

Cup - a Sim Pairs event played at various clubs over a

period of around two months. It has been going since 2002

and is for players with fewer than 2,500 masterpoints. The

pair finished with an outstanding score of 71%.

OXFORD'S JUNIOR SUCCESS

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