Kairangi Bridge Club Multigrade Teams

The Annual Kairangi Multigrade teams will be held again on the 5th July- there are still spaces and they would love your entry!!

Lunch is provided  You will have fun day!


Nearing the end.........................

Some teams have finished and some teams have agame or two to play - Here are some of the emails we have received from team captains.

"Ive thoroughly enjoyed playing these teams on BBO - it's been a great learning experience. Thanks Ray"

"Just a quick email to say thanks very much for organising both of these tournaments during lock down.  They were fantastic!  I hope not too much of a headache from your perspective.  Definitely only fun from ours"

"I’ve set up the boards for 8 instead of 16 and we’ve started!!!
NBS TOPS self distancing 7 pm"

"Thanks for getting back to me- in my panic I tried to make match 2 but I was timed out so I had to talk Paul, my opponent through to setting it up while keeping the teams on line. It was really quite a fiasco but a funny one and a good way to end the series…(badly)"
"Thanks for all your help, time and efforts in making this a fun and I hope successful tournament. We all enjoyed it even though the cards didn’t shine in our spotlight…"
"t's all quite complicated but I am enjoying playing!!"
"We are not having much luck but I can now set up a game."

NBS Self Distancing Teams - Matches coming up

NBS Self Distancing Teams - formerly TOPS self distancing teams


Important Information about Setting up Your BBO Match

You only need one person to set up a Match, but that person must have at least 100 logins to BBO.

It does not have to be one of the Captains - anyone in either team with 100 logins can set up the match.

If there is no one in either of your teams that can do it  contact me katherine.gough@nzbridge.co.nz and I will help you out

Setting Up your Match  - step by step instructions

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Message from Ray Curnow RBM for TOPS about the 

NBS  Distance Teams

Our competition has undergone a change of name.  The Nelson Building Society (NBS) has offered sponsorship.  Of course, the offer has been gladly accepted.  The competition will now be known as the NBS Distance Teams

For those of you don’t know, NBS is New Zealand’s oldest building society.  I do all my banking with them.  Just about all the clubs and organisations I belong to also do their banking with NBS.  NBS does a great job supporting a wide range of community activities in Nelson, Buller, the West Coast and Mid-Canterbury.

In this case, I would like to thank Garry Howard, the president of the Westport Bridge Club, and Westport NBS manager Rod Fox for putting the deal together.  Rod is a very keen novice bridge player.  He has persuaded the other branch managers in the Top of the South to come on board.


RBM for TOPS Region Ray Curnow

RBM for TOPS Region Ray Curnow

Katherine Gough - RBM for Wellington

The Wellington Region - Regional Bridge Mate is ...

Katherine Gough, and if you would like to contact me or send me a message please fill out the form below.

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