The good news is that Sydney Backgammoners will again meet for their weekly Wednesday face-to-face games. It will begin from Wednesday November 18 as usual at the North Ryde RSL Club, 6.15 for a 6.30 sharp start. I would encourage you all to attend the friendly weekly tournaments. Total cost for the night is $12. Everyone …
Congratulations to Morteza Ghanei, winner of the Queensland Open from Adrian Pitt. Tipsy Pig stars Craig Duffy and Rhys Osborne were the semi finalists. A terrific performance by Morteza to best a field of 32 in his first major tournament. The 2020 Australian Speedgammon champion is Steve Roberts who somehow managed to turn the DMP …
The ABF is Incorporated in NSW and operates under the Department of Fair Trading Model constitution as a not-for-profit organisation.
The Board would like to acknowledge all the people that had the vision and made the effort to set this organisation up.
We at the ABF are very passionate about backgammon. Our aim is to unify backgammon players across the country and bring everyone together by working closely with each backgammon club to ensure the growth of the game in all its facets. The ABF will always be open and accountable to all of it’s members as it is the members that will make this possible. As passionate backgammon players we want nothing more than to see a fair and sustainable organisation taking charge to promote backgammon throughout Australia.
Some of the goals we have set are:
To work with all clubs and Tournament Directors throughout Australia to promote and expand backgammon.
To teach a new generation to love our game.
To collaborate with other backgammon federations around the world on such things as rules, sponsorship and tournaments.
To hold an annual general meeting to allow members to judge how we’re doing and to elect the board and committees for the following year.
I hope you will join us on this journey by becoming a member and having your say in the growth of the game we all love. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The Board of Directors
Greg Ash (President)
Kevin Jessup (Vice President)
Ian Dunstan (Secretary )
John Symon (Treasurer & Public Officer)
Carol Wakelin (Director)
Taeed Athari (Director)
Michael Dyett (Director)
David Kinston (Director)
Shane McNally (Director)