Fri 27th – Sun 29th November
Sat 11th – Sun 12th December
Marie Topp
Ceri Pierce

Fri. 27th – Sun. 29th Nov

Cambria Cup – Congratulations to this year’s Cambria Cup Winners: Ceri Pierce, Richard Plackett, Mia Deschepper, Adrian Thomas, Tony Disley. Full results can be viewed on the WBU Results Website – Results
The WBU extend their thanks to David Stevenson for the very successful organisation of both the Cambria and Welsh Cup Events.

Welsh Cup – Congratulations to this year’s Welsh Cup winners: Andrew Prothero & Chris Pope; Stuart Matthews & Alan Stephenson; Matt Foster & Paddy Murphy. Full results can be viewed on the WBU Results Website – Results

Llangollen Congress – The WBU primary Swiss Teams Event – the Llangollen Congress – will be held on RealBridge from December 11th – 12th. With enhanced Green Points – please see Poster and Entry Form.

Porthcawl Congress – Participate in this year’s Celebration of Bridge – the Porthcawl Congress (Prizes and Green Points) – being held on BBO from 27th – 29th November. You can play in Men’s, Ladies, Mixed, Novice, and Championship Pairs events, and also Championship (Swiss) Teams. See Poster and Entry Form.

EWBA Mixed Pairs – The East Wales Bridge Association are holding their annual Mixed Pairs event on Sun. Dec. 5th on BBO. The event is restricted to members of the EWBA. For details see Poster/Entry Form.

NWBA Teams Championship – The North Wales Bridge Association are running their Area Teams Championship for the Catherine Spalding Cup on Dec. 5th. The event is restricted to members of NWBA. The event will be run online, and members are being requested to give their opinion as to which platform they prefer. See Poster for further details.

EBU Year-End-Congress This year’s EBU year-end congress is being run as a hybrid event, incorporating both online RealBridge participation, and face-to-face club sessions. Welsh Clubs are welcome to participate – see EBU Year-End Congress for details.

Post-Covid Bridge – A number of Clubs are now starting to resume their FtoF sessions. The WBU recognises that Clubs need to adapt, but with Clubs varying so much, it feels that they will know their own requirements. However the Swansea Bridge Club has circulated an extensive Restart Protocol, much of it being suitable as a guideline for other Clubs (and Areas). Please read this in conjunction with the previous general WBU Guidelines.
The WBU also recognises there will be many administrative changes in the way Clubs operate (venue, session days, times, teaching facilities, continuance of online bridge, etc.), and in order to keep up-to-date with what’s happening, and to assess the overall impact of these changes, Clubs are asked to advise the WBU of their circumstances; this can be done using the WBU Club Information form. (For current information held, see ‘Club Details’->’Club Information’).

Results Submission – The WBU have now introduced a Form for non-BridgeWebs results submission. Captains of Welsh, Cambria, and Online League are encouraged to use the form, which can be found at ‘Events->Welsh Cup/Cambria Cup’ (and via the side panel), or ‘Online Bridge->Online League’, or ‘Results->Submission Form’.
Other relevant event organisers who wish to use the form please contact WBU Webmaster.



The Welsh Bridge Union (WBU) is a membership-funded organisation committed to promoting the game of duplicate bridge. It is also the National Bridge Organisation for Wales recognised by, and affiliated to the World Bridge Federation and the European Bridge League.

For administrative purposes, the WBU is split into four geographical areas.

EWBAWelsh Feathers MWBA Welsh Feathers NWBA Welsh FeathersWWBA
Welsh Bridge Union Area Association Websites

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