Cambridge University Tiddlywinks Club

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Latest Results:

The latest Jubilee Trophy contest was retained by Alan Dean over Harley Jones, 20-15.
The Half Life Trophy was won by the President.
The Bombardier Joogs were won by Patrick Barrie and Ed Green.
The Jubilee Trophy was retained by Alan Dean.
The Cambridge Open was won by Alan Harper.

Latest Announcements:

A CUTwC video is available.
The meeting of Wednesday 25th of February will be the third round of the Nick Ashley league.


Cambridge University Tiddlywinks Club (CUTwC) is the world's most active tiddlywinks organisation, with a history stretching back sixty years. It provides a regular opportunity for members of educational establishments in Cambridge (UK) to play tiddlywinks tournaments in a range of formats.

The English Tiddlywinks Association (ETwA) is a national body responsible for managing nation-wide tiddlywinks tournaments, and is the first point of contact for anyone interested in tiddlywinks in the UK but not based in Cambridge. (ScotTwA is currently inactive.)

Interested parties in North America may wish to contact the North American Tiddlywinks Association (NATwA).

CUTwC usually meets at 7:30pm on Wednesdays in The Tower Room, Selwyn College. All members of the University and other educational establishments in Cambridge are welcome to attend.

Contact CUTwC.

Latest update:24/02/2015 Jubilee result.