Countdown in Bristol

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Countdown in Bristol, or CoBris as it is more commonly known, is the name of an annual Countdown tournament held in the city of Bristol on a Saturday in July. It is now organized by Mark Murray, with Jerry Humphreys having held this post in the past.

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2005

The 2005 tournament was held on Saturday, 30th July in Waddelow Hall, Union Street, Bristol. The host was James Macarthur, 20 people played, and the winner was Series 54 champion Conor Travers. Main article...

2006

The 2006 tournament was held on Saturday, 8th July at Bristol County Sports Association, Colston Street, Bristol. The host was Daniel Peake, 24 people played, and the winner was Series 47 champion Chris Wills. Main article...

2007

The 2007 tournament was held on Saturday, 7th July, again at Bristol County Sports Association. The host again was Daniel Peake, 19 people played, and the winner again Series 47 champion Chris Wills. Main article...

2008

There was no event in 2008, so Ben Wilson instead organized Countdown in Nottingham 2008.

2009

In April 2009, Scott Kenyon provisionally agreed a tournament for 18th July, with Jerry still running it, but it unfortunately did not happen.

2015

In 2015, Countdown in Bristol was revived by Series 70 champion Mark Murray, with the first tournament organised by him scheduled to be held on 28 February.

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