Where we are
Our Club rooms are at 138 Hobart Street, just 100 metres from the Miramar Shopping Centre.
Accessing our Website
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The Club has an Automated External Defibrilator (AED) thanks to the generous support of the Infinity Foundation.
The AED is located upstairs in the supper room on the wall by the telephone.
The December Newsletter provided an update on the Toitu Poneke Project and mentioned that our Club has 'stepped back' from this and is looking at options to rebuild or strengthen our existing premises.
The Toitu Poneke 'Review of Development Concept' report is no longer embargoed so is now available to Members who are interested.
A Media release by the Poneke Rugby Club, regarding the 'hub' approach, appeared in the DomPost on 18 December (page 10).
Beginner Lessons (March 2015)
Would you like to learn to play Bridge? we can help you.
We are now accepting expressions of interest from anyone who thinks they would like to take the series of 10 Lessons commencing on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at 7-30 pm.
We already have a number of people interested in learning, so don't delay
Our Lessons page has more information and you can take a look around our website to find out more about us and the game of Bridge.
A game for all ages
Bridge is a competitive Card Game involving a partnership of two players, whose aim is to win the contract by 'outbidding' the opposing partnership and, in playing the cards, to take as many tricks as possible.
You can learn more about the game on the Internet and you will find this Beginner's Guide to Learning Bridge helpful.
As proof that Bridge is for people of all ages and across different continents and languages, two of our new Members are Intermediate and Secondary school pupils.
Our Members also come from a diverse range of ethnicities and cultures.t
Do you have a question about a Bridge hand or something of a more specific nature?
See our new 'Forum' page
You can find out about who donated the trophies, or who who they are named for and the 2014 winners
All of our evening sessions commence at 7:30pm (players to be seated by 7:20pm):
Players to be seated 10 minutes prior to commencement:
We Welcome Visitors
Whether you are a Bridge player who is
See the times of our sessions on this page and then contact the Partner Coordinator for the Session you would like to play at and a partner will be arranged for you.
Whether you are a present or past Bridge player you will get a friendly welcome if you choose to join us.
If you are new to Bridge or think you would need to take lessons before returning to play, then please consider our lessons which begin in March and are led by our excellent tutor, (and President), Lorraine. See our Lessons page for more information.