Welcome to the New Hampshire Bridge Association Website
The New Hampshire Bridge Association (NHBA) is Unit 150 in District 25 of the American Contract Bridge League. It is comprised of an all-volunteer Board and more than 600 active members of the bridge community in the State of New Hampshire.
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New Hampshire Tournament Schedule for 2019
March 23-24 2019
Dover Elks Club
July 13-14 2019
John & Joan Cook
Aug. 17-18, 2019
Sept. 28-29, 2019
Nov. 2-3, 2019
John and Joan Cook Sectional August 17-18, 2019
Rivier University Dion Center Reception Room 16 Clement St. Nashua, NH
David Lawrence has been playing bridge for more than 30 years, and is a Bronze Life Master. He comes from a card-playing family where his parents and grandparents played duplicate bridge. In the early 2000’s, David served on the Portsmouth Country Club Board of Directors for four years as Vice President in charge of the golf course where he developed budgets and provided direction for golf course improvements and staff.
After retiring from the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in 2012 as an engineer, David became the Club Manager for Great Bay Bridge Club, and assisted with teaching a youth bridge group for two years. He joined the NHBA Board in 2018 where he stepped in to run a successful sectional tournament.
NH State Championship and Open Pairs Results
Daniel McGuire and Wayne Burt are the New Hampshire State Champions again for the fourth time as a partnership. Allen Pattee and Lawrence Cheetham were second.
New Junior Masters Christopher R Camire Ranjan Dandekar Michael Tompkins Graham Woerner
New Club Masters Joanne Gill
New Sectional Masters Earle L Tryder
New Regional Masters Jacqueline S Callan Julian B Jefferson
New Advanced NABC Masters Alice L Eberhardt
New Life Masters Todd M Kerekes
New Bronze Life Masters Skip Page
New Bronze Life Masters Art Young
New Ruby Life Masters Robert I Eachus
Connectivity Problem Solved
There was a period of time in which the nhbridge.com domain name wasn't working and this site was impossible to reach. The problem has been identified as DNS changes on the Pianola server side and has been corrected. Please click here to report any further problems.