Grants are offered to all MBL affiliated clubs. Many other grants are also offered by the ACBL and the District 1. To learn more, click here. To submit a claim, click here. (French document)
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The next tournament begins on August 17th
The CanAm runs from Wednesday, August 17 to Sunday, August 21, 2022. Plan your participation by consulting the program. Note the sessions dedicated to beginners and intermediate players (0-299 and Gold Rush). Free coffee, apples and ample parking.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNING TEAMS OF THE CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS – 2022
Canadian Open Team Championship Flight A – Gold Medal : Marc André Fourcaudot, Kamel Fergani, Nicolas L’Ecuyer, Zygmunt Marcinski, Nicholas Gartaganis et Michel Lorber. Canadian Mixed Team Championship. – Gold Medal: Marc-André
REOPENING OF THE SHAKESPEARE CLUB
Starting Monday, August 2nd, the Shakespeare Club will offer face to face bridge sessions. All measures will be taken to provide you with a safe environment: Sanitizing stations at the club entrance and at each table ; Plexiglass safety shields
NAP – 2021 / QUALIFICATION PERIOD NOW IN PROGRESS
The NAP qualification period in clubs is now in progress. All clubs can now include multiple qualification sessions in their schedule during the months of June , July and August. Winners collect RED and BLACK points.
THE SOUND OF SILENCE – BY GEORGE RETEK
CONGRATULATIONS TO MARC LACHAPELLE FOR HIS “PLATINUM LIFE MASTER”
Read the article (in French) here
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNING TEAMS OF THE CMTC AND THE CSTC
Congratulations to the winning teams of the : Canadian Mixed Team Championship (CMTC): Louise Berthiaume – Kamel Fergani (Montréal) Francine Cimon – Marc-André Fourcaudot (Montréal) Barbara Clinton – Eiji Kukirai. Canadian Senior Team
GEORGE RETEK, 2020 RECIPIENT OF THE “CUKOFF – LA TRAVERSE – WISER” TROPHY
By Heather Peckett The CLW trophy is presented annually to a member in good standing of District 1 of the ACBL who has demonstrated outstanding ethical behaviour and/or excellence in tournament or disciplinary administration. The Selection
MEMBERS ANNUAL MEETING IS POSTPONED
Read the Activity Report and discover last year’s achievements and the issues facing the MBL in the coming years Read the report (in French)
Le Club Atwater Bridge – A new club in Montreal
As from April 1st, Le Club Atwater Bridge will hold duplicate games on Wednesdays and Sundays at the following address : Club Atwater 3505 Atwater Av Montreal QC H3H 1Y2 A light lunch will be served at 11:30 am. Game time starts at 12:00
3505 Atwater ave – Penfield Hall Montreal (Québec) H3Y 1Y3 514-512-1537 (Kathryn) OPENING APRIL 1st, 2020
A minimum number of points is required for a strong 2 club opening bid.
Par Sylvain Descôteaux A hand defined as VERY STRONG is required for a strong 2 clubs opening bid according to the ACBL rules as stated on their website (ACBL.org). “Very Strong”: A hand that contains: At least 20 HCP; or At least 14 HCP
MBL 2019 Annual General Meeting – Report
Annual General Meeting Report, including explanations of the financial situation (in French). For Financial Statements for the year ending May 31, 2019: please contact Hugues Boisvert. If you have any questions concerning the report, please
2019 General Annual Meeting / Tuesday October 22
Invitation to all members of the Montreal Bridge League (Unit 151)
Congratulations to the winners of the trophies awarded during the CanAm
GEORGE RETEK TROPHY: David Bakhshi (Londres) and Reanette Frobouck (Pittsburgh PA) MAC PATERSON TROPHY: Angèle Simard (Saint-Laurent) SAM GOLD TROPHY: Marc Lachapelle (Saint-Laurent) and Xavier Combey (Dollard-des-Ormeaux) Look at the leaders
A position for you on the Board of Directors of the League
The Montréal Bridge League invites any and all bridge players interested to sit on its Board of Directors to submit an application.