has been introducing Cambridge students to the noble, complex and, to quote the founder, “unexpectedly fun” game of tiddlywinks since 1955.
|Nothing planned, why not play winks (safely)?|
|Mar 24||Relle||Won by Sophie Brawn|
|Feb 24||Peterhouse Pot||Retained by Harley Jones|
CUTwC is saddened to hear of the death of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Prince Philip was involved in the increase of popularity of tiddlywinks in the UK in the 1957-1958 season, after an article entitled "Does Prince Philip Cheat at Tiddlywinks?" led to "the Royal Match" against CUTwC with the Goons as royal champions. He donated the Silver Wink trophy for inter-university matches in 1961, and contested many times since. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
ETwA tournaments (and Congress) have been postponed until it is safe for the community to play.
CUTwC normally meets at 7:30pm on Wednesdays during term time in Selwyn College
— obviously times are not normal, so we've gone virtual.