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GrandSlams
GrandSlams

Grand Slam 2023

A Grand Slam in bridge is a contract to win all 13 tricks in a single hand. It is the highest possible contract in the game of bridge.

Like Hens Teeth, maybe even rarer. We salute all our members who have achieved the ultimate for any bridge player "The Grand Slam".  

Each year we acknowledge and present our Grand Slam champion(s) with the recognition and award they deserve. Presentations takes place each year at the club Christmas function.

Results as at July 4th 2024

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70%

70% Club Championships

Achieving a score above 70% is the holy grail for bridge players around the world, while not as rare as Grand Slams this is certainly an achievement that should be recognised and honoured.

Annual award presented to the person(s) who achieve the most scores of 70%+, which for the purpose of awards would start 01/12/yy and finish on 30/11/yy.

Each year we acknowledge and present our "70 plus" champions with the recognition and award they deserve. Presentations takes place each year at the club Christmas function.

Results as at the end of June 2024

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Most Improved Player

Based on the ABF formula for Most Improved Player, we present an annual award to the person who achieves the highest ranking in three categories: Open, Novice (under 100pts), and Rookie (under 50pts). The points for each category start on 01/1/yy and the award is based on the points earned during the calendar year, which starts on 01/01/yy and ends on 01/12/yy. This award is designed to encourage and reward all players.

Results as at the end of June 2024

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2023 Kenmore Bridge Club M.I.P. Stuart Stoddart

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MIP
Congres Reults

2024 Congress Results

2024 Swiss Pairs Results

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2024 Swiss Team Results

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Congresses and Events

A bridge congress is a gathering of bridge players who come together to participate in competitive bridge tournaments. These events provide an opportunity for players to test their skills, compete against others, and earn masterpoints (a scoring system used in bridge) based on their performance.

 

Here are some notable bridge congresses in Australia:

  1. Gold Coast Congress: The 62nd Gold Coast Congress was held from 18 to 24 February 2024. It’s organised by the Queensland Bridge Association and attracts bridge enthusiasts from around the world. Participants engage in pairs and teams' events, striving to earn masterpoints. You can find more information for the 2025 event on their official website.

  2. Barrier Reef Congress: This event is a Gold Point Event held in May. It rotates between four major centers in the north of Australia: Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, and Yeppoon. The congress includes both Open and Restricted pairs and teams competitions. It’s a chance for players to escape the winter chills of the south and enjoy some competitive bridge in a beautiful setting .

So, if you’re passionate about bridge, these congresses are excellent opportunities to connect with fellow players, challenge yourself, and enjoy the game! 

 

At Kenmore Bridge Club we hold two major congresses each year which are open to any player who has an ABF number. The first is our Pairs and Teams congress which are held on separate days the last weekend of January. Both are open however are graded which means that there is a section for rookies (under 50 masterpoint's), novices (under 100 masterpoints) and of course open. This event is held just before the Gold Coast Congress and normally attracts a field of more than 40 tables, so is very competitive.

The other major congress during the year is the Kenmore Bridge Club Rookies and Novice Pairs. This is also a graded competition which runs in September each year, however, is restricted to players with less than 100 masterpoints.

Events are an important part of our club calendar and apart from our congresses we also hold our club Championships throughout the year which are restricted to club and affiliated members only. Click the link below to see a full list of events, this can also be printed.`

Congress and Events

Congresses and Events

A bridge congress is a gathering of bridge players who come together to participate in competitive bridge tournaments. These events provide an opportunity for players to test their skills, compete against others, and earn masterpoints (a scoring system used in bridge) based on their performance.

 

Here are some notable bridge congresses in Australia:

  1. Gold Coast Congress: The 62nd Gold Coast Congress was held from 18 to 24 February 2024. It’s organised by the Queensland Bridge Association and attracts bridge enthusiasts from around the world. Participants engage in pairs and teams' events, striving to earn masterpoints. You can find more information for the 2025 event on their official website.

  2. Barrier Reef Congress: This event is a Gold Point Event held in May. It rotates between four major centers in the north of Australia: Mackay, Townsville, Cairns, and Yeppoon. The congress includes both Open and Restricted pairs and teams competitions. It’s a chance for players to escape the winter chills of the south and enjoy some competitive bridge in a beautiful setting .

So, if you’re passionate about bridge, these congresses are excellent opportunities to connect with fellow players, challenge yourself, and enjoy the game! 

 

At Kenmore Bridge Club we hold two major congresses each year which are open to any player who has an ABF number. The first is our Pairs and Teams congress which are held on separate days the last weekend of January. Both are open however are graded which means that there is a section for rookies (under 50 masterpoint's), novices (under 100 masterpoints) and of course open. This event is held just before the Gold Coast Congress and normally attracts a field of more than 40 tables, so is very competitive.

The other major congress during the year is the Kenmore Bridge Club Rookies and Novice Pairs. This is also a graded competition which runs in September each year, however, is restricted to players with less than 100 masterpoints.

Events are an important part of our club calendar and apart from our congresses we also hold our club Championships throughout the year which are restricted to club and affiliated members only. Click the link below to see a full list of events, this can also be printed.`

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