The Role of the TBA
The TBA is is the largest bridge club in the state with about 400 members and is the administrative body for the game of bridge in Tasmania.
Local Tasmanian clubs affiliated with the TBA are Burnie, Devonport and Ulverstone in the north-west region, Tamar and Launceston in the north and southern clubs Kingborough, Eastern Shore and Hobart City.
The TBA is responsible for running national and state events including the Australian Swiss Pairs championships and the Roger Penny Senior Swiss Pairs competition. These are conducted annually with the venue alternating between Hobart and Launceston.
The TBA also administers the Masterpoints system for the ABF and endeavours to promote the growth and teaching of bridge throughout Tasmania via its affiliated clubs.
The TBA's new, purpose-designed Centre at 5 Marine Esplanade, New Town Bay serves as both our local Clubrooms and the headquarters for bridge in the state.
Bank Account Details for direct debit: BSB: 067-102 A/C #: 2801 2004 A/C Name: Tasmanian Bridge Association
The results for the 2016 Australia Wide Open Pairs are almost finalised. Best TBA result went to David and Susanne Sarten who are currently listed as 16th in the national results out of 1603 pairs with a score of 68.5%.
2-Oct-16 Eastern Shore Bridge Club Congress
12-Oct-16 TBA Novice Pairs Championship
15-Oct-16 Launceston Bridge Club Congress
17-Oct-16 Elsie Strickland Memorial Blue Section (1 of 2)
21-Oct-16 Roger's Teams 10
29-Oct-16 Tasmanian Swiss Pairs Championship
6-Nov-16 Kingborough BC Congress
11-Nov-16 Roger's Teams 11
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