The Borders Association of Bridge Clubs (BABC) has seven members: Berwick BC, Duns BC, Hawick BC, Jedburgh BC, Kelso BC, Ormiston BC (Melrose), and Peebles BC. The presidency of the association rotates around these clubs with Ormiston BC presiding for 2017-19 (then it will be Kelso BC for two years and then Berwick).
The association runs two events during the year: the Border Pairs on Sunday 18 November 2018; and on Sunday 24 February 2019, the Border Teams competition.
Brian Griffiths is the Berwick representative on BABC and should be contacted if you wish to play in these events.
2018-19 Border Teams result - congratulations to Christine and Ian McCreath, Brian Griffiths, and Louis Moore who won the BABC Border Teams. They finished 19VP clear of the defending champions, Ros French and George Martin, Jean Mole and Reg Drysdale.
2018-19 Border Pairs results - congratulations to Jean Mole and Ros French who comfortably won the event from Tony Oates and Peter Calder.
2017-18 Border Teams result - congratulations to Ros French & George Martin and Reg Drysdale & Jean Mole on winning the event. Jo & Bill Rowley and Brian Griffiths & Louis Moore were fourth, one place ahead of last year's winners.
2017-18 Border Pairs result - congratulations, once agan, to Brian Thomas and George Martin on successfully defending their title. Marguerite Robson & Ann Ross were fourth.
2016-17 Border Teams result - congratulations to Joan Tait & Marion Mead and Marguerite Robson & Dorothy Moore who won the title convincingly.
2016-17 Border Pairs result - congratulations to Brian Thomas and George Martin who won. Marilyn Hodgson and Jo Rowley were third.
2015-16 Border Pairs result - congratulations to Jean Mole and Reg Drysdale who finished second.
2015-16 Border Teams result - congratulations to Brian Griffiths & Rita McCreath, Christine & Ian McCreath who finished second.
The 1st Borders Charity Simultaneous Pairs was held on Thursday 6 July 2017. It was organised by the Peebles Bridge Club in association with a number of bridge clubs in the Scottish Borders.
A hand commentary was provided by Paul Gipson. It was assumed that most participants would be playing Acol, with a weak no trump and weak two bids in the majors.
The Berwick-upon-Tweed Bridge Club made a donation to the Grenfell Tower Appeal.
Hand commentary (PDF, two hands per page, 16 pages)
Hand commentary brochure (PDF, print out double-sided and fold, 4 pages)
Interclub results (click on the link and select the Interclub button)