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  • Lady Milne (Home Internationals) 2014
    Wed, Apr 9, 2014

    The Contract Bridge Association of Ireland hosted the annual Lady Milne Championships in Dublin at the weekend.  Paul Porteous, Mairead Basquille, Eamon Galligan and the CBAI HQ team were congratulated and thanked by the 36 leading Women Bridge players from Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, CBAI and England, their captains, coaches and supporters.   

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  • Galway Congress and Sligo Congress
    Tue, Jan 7, 2014

    Galway Congress 2014

    Congress President Joan Kavanagh, Congress Secretary Marcella Mitchell, Gay, Bernie, Liam and all the familiar friendly faces, welcome you all to Galway over this coming Easter weekend,18th to the 21st April in the Ardilaun Hotel for their 76th Annual Bridge Congress.   See www.galwaybridgecongress.com  Entries to: Marcella Mitchell 091-757986  Email: limabnb@eircom.net or Dr. Gay Keaveney (091) 755406 Email: gaykeav@gmail.com  Full details

     

    Yeats Country Congress 2014

    Our 52nd Annual Bridge Congress takes place on the 23rd to the 25th May.  Congress Secretary Frank Goodwin and Congress Organiser Mairéad Basquille and all your Sligo friends hope to see you all there for another great weekend.  As usual the venue is the fabulous Radisson Blu Hotel 071-9140008.  As always if you have any questions the best person to talk to is Mairéad 087-9274448.  Full details here.

     

    Best wishes

    We send our best wishes for a speedy recovery to Maria Wallace.  We need everyone to double-up on your much appreciated prayers...We are also glad to hear that our friend Michael Stevens is nearly back to full strength again - his nurses are anxious that he return to us asap.  Best wishes also to Jim Sproule who will hopefully be back playing Multi and Tartans before too long.  Best wishes to Joan Coleman for a speedy recovery too.  We also hope to see our leading 'Thornbird' Kathleen Maher back in action soon now that she is over her successful operation.