A champion day on the boards
It was a nail-biting day when 16 of the country’s top backgammon players turned up here at the Cedar Manor for the fourth annual Lake District championship.
There were many tightly-fought contests before Bradford’s Steve Lee took the honours – a two night stay here and £100 cash prize.
He claimed victory after a 7-3 win over Pol Lapidakis in what’s now regarded as the north-west’s blue riband championship event.
Excitement is building for the fourth annual Lake District backgammon championship which will be staged here at the Cedar Manor Hotel on Sunday (March 19).
A full house of 16 top players from across the UK has booked in for this event which has the backing of the UK Backgammon Federation and the British Isles Backgammon Association.
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We are thrilled to learn that Cedar Manor Hotel and Restaurant has been listed in the top 20 in the UK in two different categories in a ratings chart published this week.
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The annual Lake District backgammon championship will be staged in March at Windermere’s Cedar Manor Hotel and is likely to attract top players from around the country.
The Lakes event is being staged for the fourth time and now has the backing of the UK Backgammon Federation and the British Isles Backgammon Association.