Source: The Advocate

Four teams from Marist Regional College played the cards for close to three hours, with Caleb Kirkpatrick and Hamish Coull eventually claiming the tournament trophy.

“When they play at school, it’s very much a fun thing. They laugh and they joke and so on,” he said.

“So they will start to understand that it is actually a very competitive game and it’s not just a matter of luck in terms of what cards you are played.”

Mr Parker hoped the Burnie Bridge Club could eventually host an intra-school tournament and support the formation of a youth team to enter the Australian National Championships for Bridge.

Don’t forget – you can still enter for the 6th World Youth Open Bridge Championships being held in Croatia from 20 – 29 August.