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2023 APBF Championships to be held in Hong Kong!
2022-11-10

Please note that the 2023 APBF Championships will be held in Hong Kong, tentatively in Jun 2023.  It consists of Open / Ladies / Mixed / Senior series.

 

Please observe the trial dates for the Championships

Open - Feb 2023

Mixed - Mar 2023 (after Open series representatives are selected)

Ladies / Senior - late Mar to Apr 2023 (after Mixed series representatives are selected)

Please note that the 2023 APBF Championships will be held in Hong Kong, tentatively in Jun 2023.  It consists of Open / Ladies / Mixed / Senior series.

 

Please observe the trial dates for the Championships

Open - Feb 2023

Mixed - Mar 2023 (after Open series representatives are selected)

Ladies / Senior - late Mar to Apr 2023 (after Mixed series representatives are selected)

Hong Kong clinch historic victory in Asia Bridge Championships
2022-11-02
The Asia Cup is a bit of a misnomer, because the event encompasses all the countries in Asia Pacific and the Middle East (including China, China Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, China Macau, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Jordan, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka).
 
This year, the tournament was held in Jakarta from October 20 - 25 and ten countries sent their representatives to the competition. 
 
The tournament is held once every four years. China Hong Kong has been knocking on the doors in the past, including a third position in 2010 (Ningpo) and a runner-up position in 2018 (Goa, India).
 
This year, the Men's Team led the Round Robin at the word 'go' and secured the number one position at the end of four days. In the knockout phase, we were pitched against 4th-place India and won rather narrowly. Then we trounced New Zealand in the final.
 
From left: Tony Lau, Baron Ng, Zia Wai, Samuel Wan (Captain), Mak Kwok Fai, Bubble
Ho, Gordon Ho
 
The Asia Cup is a bit of a misnomer, because the event encompasses all the countries in Asia Pacific and the Middle East (including China, China Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, China Macau, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kuwait, Jordan, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka).
 
This year, the tournament was held in Jakarta from October 20 - 25 and ten countries sent their representatives to the competition. 
 
The tournament is held once every four years. China Hong Kong has been knocking on the doors in the past, including a third position in 2010 (Ningpo) and a runner-up position in 2018 (Goa, India).
 
This year, the Men's Team led the Round Robin at the word 'go' and secured the number one position at the end of four days. In the knockout phase, we were pitched against 4th-place India and won rather narrowly. Then we trounced New Zealand in the final.
 
From left: Tony Lau, Baron Ng, Zia Wai, Samuel Wan (Captain), Mak Kwok Fai, Bubble
Ho, Gordon Ho
 
HKCBA General Condition of Contest
2022-08-19

HKCBA formulate the General Condition of Contest which covers all the HKCBA tournament effective 19 August, 2022.

The attachment can be found here.

HKCBA formulate the General Condition of Contest which covers all the HKCBA tournament effective 19 August, 2022.

The attachment can be found here.

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