The Waiheke Bridge Club Inc welcomes all visitors and newcomers to our bridge club
The Waiheke Bridge Club Inc is affiliated to the New Zealand Bridge Club and visitors are welcome at all sessions. We also field several interclub teams.
Day play : Tuesday 10 am-2.15 pm (bring your lunch but we supply tea, coffee and biscuits)
Practice play Friday 1pm-3pm – no partner required
Night play: Wednesday 7-10pm (free coffee, tea and biscuits)
Please be seated at the club 10 minutes before each session time at the Catherine Mitchell Hall, 32 Putiki Road, Ostend.
Free improvers’ lessons for members run by Tom and beginners’ lessons by Jenny will be held during the year.
Table money for each session is $5 (visitors may play for three sessions at the discretion of the director before applying to become a member of the Waiheke Bridge Club Inc – (limited membership $30 or full member $50). if you would like to apply to become a member please download this form and email it to email@example.com Application for Membership to Waiheke Bridge Club Inc R1
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We have a booking system for partners and a programme listing our competitions for the year. If you need a partner please contact Steve Meeking 021 718468 or firstname.lastname@example.org.We also have a whatsapp group for partners – Open this link to join the WhatsAppGroup https://chat.whatsapp.com/JFMzSb0M5TH0ISwUqeTkZT
Our Waiheke Bridge Tournament is being held on 27 November proudly sponsored by Waiheke Retirement Village – LifeCare Residences. For more information visit Events page. Register online at www.nzbridge.co.nz with computer number, club and grade (tournament tab)
Bridge results are available on BridgeNZ site at https://bridgenz.co.nz/waiheke-bridge-club – click on Results link below
Linda Neale (left) presents the top intermediate prize to Waiheke bridge players Tom Mulvey and Barry Chisholm at the Club’s 2020 tournament sponsored by LifeCare Residences and congratulated by club president Jane Parlane