Club logo

Click here for Results

2015 TBA Club Pairs Championship

Congratulations to Margaret Gibbs and Richard Cooke who won this year's Club Pairs Championship. The event was held over the last two Monday nights. Second were Jane and Rob Tyson, with Merryl Darby and Diane Hood third.

Tasmanian Open and Women's Pairs Championships

The Tasmanian Open and Women's Pairs Championships were held at the Tamar Bridge Club on Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 August. Seven tables competed over four sessions with each pair playing all other pairs over 8 board rounds in a Barometer scored matchpoint event. The event was directed by Simon Edler. Many thanks to the committee and members of the Tamar club for their hospitality. Full results can be found in the Results area.

Photos of major place-getters below.

Open Pairs

1st 2nd
Hugh Grosvenor & Ann Paton Jane Tyson & Robert Tyson

Women's Pairs

1st 2nd
Val Badcock & Judy Mann Catherine Elliott & Jane Routley

The Role of the TBA

The TBA is is the largest bridge club in the state with about 380 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.

Contact us:
Phone: 0400 492 327
Post: PO Box171, North Hobart 7002

Bank Account Details for direct debit: BSB: 067-102 A/C #: 2801 2004 A/C Name: Tasmanian Bridge Association

Click here to find us on Google maps.

(C) Altosoft and Tasmanian Bridge Association 2015
Site template developed by Peter Busch, Altosoft
and content managed by Tasmanian Bridge Association 
Current visitors: 85

Click here for Management log-in