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Welcome to the website of the Northern Bridge League.
Formed in 2006, the NBL is a teams-of-eight competition between the  County Bridge Associations of Northern England and North Wales. The League is divided into three Divisions. The A Division is for teams consisting of the county's best players, the B Division is for the county's next best players, whilst the C Division is aimed at club players.

There are four all-play-all events each year, held on Saturdays in the Summer months. Events, which are of around 42 boards, start at 12.00.  Refreshments are included, and most people are on their way home by early evening.  In 2021 the event is being played online starting at 11 (there are no refreshments provided).







Site designed and set up by Stuart Knox of Lincolnshire. 
Maintained from 2012 by Rodney Lighton of Manchester.


Pages on this web site do not always show as updated to the user.  If you expect to see new information, e.g. soon after an event, and it doesn't show please refresh the page (F5) and/or delete your browser history.

The final round of the 2021 season was played online on Saturday October 9th.

Congratulations to Lancashire on their first ever win in the A division, Yorkshire 1 were second.
In the B division Manchester jumped into first position ahead of Yorkshire followed by Mersey & Cheshire.
In the C division Mersey & Cheshire overtook Yorkshire in the final round.
Rankings are on the results page on this site, for more details (cross imps etc.)
see Adam Wiseberg's web site.

Thanks to Adam Wiseberg and Ken Johnston for running this event.

At the review meeting for 2021 held on October 13th (minutes now on download page) it was agreed to continue running the NBL online for next year.  Dates are on the fixtures page under the venues tab.

    Site designed and set up by Stuart Knox of Lincolnshire. 
    Maintained from 2012 by Rodney Lighton of Manchester.