NEBA Teams Events
A teams of 8 competition held on five specified Sundays. There are presently five divisions in this league and club teams are promoted or relegated annually. ARCHIVED RESULTS
This is a single event for teams of 4 where each team must contain at least one man and one woman. Further, each of the four rounds must be played with a different partner. Great fun and lots of opportunities to get it wrong or blame partner! ARCHIVED RESULTS
*Kempson Cup ARCHIVED RESULTS
Replaced by NEICKO 2017
A teams of 4 competition played with a qualifying round in affiliated clubs followed by a final that is usually played on a Saturday.
*In the Kempson Vases Final, the four players in a team may include one player who did not play in that team in the qualifying round. ARCHIVED RESULTS
North East League up to 2017. ARCHIVED RESULTS
The NEBA play in an inter area competition that covers a large area of Northern England.
The Northern League offers competitions for 'A''B' & 'C' teams. FURTHER INFORMATION HERE
NEBA Player of the Year
Awarded to the player who has been most successful playing in a range of NEBA competions and Leagues
NEBA Pairs Events
This pairs competition is the NEBA's premier green pointed competition. Round one is open to all and played in the clubs. Qualifiers will play in one of three semi finals, followed by the green pointed final for the Chronicles Cup Runners up will receive the St Georges Shield.
If you would like to earn over 1000 MPs in one competition this is the competition for you. A qualifying round is played in affiliated clubs and the final is in two sessions. Those failing to make the cut will play for the Gazette Shield. There is a carry over score for the final, but not for the Shield. ARCHIVED RESULTS
Originally a ladies teams event it became the only NEBA ladies pairs event in 1955. It is played in two sessions from 2 pm to 8.30 pm (ish) ARCHIVED RESULTS
This is a two session mixed pairs competition named after one of the North East's bridge legends Arnold Deane and hosted annually by Arnold's home club - Brunton B. C.
A two session pairs competition.
To play in this event, players must qualify in one of the heats held in NEBA affiliated bridge clubs.
JOHN CLARKE SALVER
This trophy is awarded to the most successful club that has competed in the Inter Club competition
AND has been represented in the Club Champion Teams and Club Champion Pairs competitions.