We play Duplicate Bridge 5 days a week – visitors are most welcome.

Session start times are as follows, and to enable play to start on time, please be seated 10 minutes before the scheduled start time:

Monday 12:30pm

Tuesday 7:30pm

Wednesday 12:30pm

Thursday 7:30pm

Friday 11:00am (please note this session is primarily for junior players, so Intermediate grade players and below only.)

We also have Sunday afternoon Bridge once a month starting from 26th May 2019 until 29th September 2019, please check our calendar for the exact dates.

On Tuesday and Thursday evenings, you are welcome to drop in – we guarantee you a game.  Just register with the director on arrival.

Should you need a partner for any other session, let us know and we will do our best to arrange one for you.  For our contact details, please click here.

Table money is $4.

If you would like to see our full calendar of events, please click here.

Club Etiquette

We are committed to providing our members and guests a warm and friendly environment for playing bridge and, as a result, have zero tolerance for any behaviour which may interfere with enjoyment of the game.

While we recognise there may be a natural reluctance to complain about fellow players, should it become necessary to do so, we ask that you do call the Director, and simply state “This player is interfering with my enjoyment of the game”.

We expect players to be courteous at all times, and to behave in a manner that makes bridge enjoyable, including:

  • greeting others in a friendly manner
  • being a good “host” or “guest” at a table
  • giving credit when opponents make a good bid or play
  • following uniform and correct procedure in calling and playing

We also expect players to carefully avoid any remark or action that might cause annoyance or embarrassment to another player or interfere with the enjoyment of the game, such as:

  • publicly criticising partner or opponents
  • badgering, rudeness, insinuations, profanity, threats or violence
  • negative comments concerning partners or opponents play or bidding
  • gloating
  • objecting to a call for the Director
  • disputing or arguing with a Director’s ruling

Important Events

Each day of the week has three important events:

  • Pairs and Junior Pairs Championship
  • Singles and Junior Singles Championship
  • Special Pairs

The Pairs events must be played with the same partner for each session – no substitutes allowed, while the Singles events are played with a different partner for each session.

Each event is played over six weeks, with five sessions counting towards the final result.

The Rhonda Rickman Memorial Cup is for the Intermediate Player of the Year.

Starts Feb 11:

Championship Pairs

Junior Pairs Championship –  Florence Howard Trophy

Starts June 10:

Singles Championship – Zena Klink Memorial

Junior Singles Championship

Starts Sept 2:

Open Pairs Championship – Laura Harrison Trophy

Championship & Junior Pairs


Starts March 19:

Singles & Junior Singles Championship

Starts June 11:

Pairs & Junior Pairs Championship

Starts Sept 3:

Open Pairs – Memorial Trophy

Starts March 6:

Open Pairs – Laura Harrison Plate

Starts May 22:

Singles & Junior Singles Championship

Starts Sept 4:

Pairs & Junior Pairs Championship

Starts February 28:

Championship Pairs

Junior Championship Pairs – Mike Cooper Cup

Starts May 23:

Allen Clarke Championship Pairs

Allen Clarke Junior Championship Pairs – Allen Clarke Memorial Trophy

Starts Aug 15:

Mt Albert Open & Junior Pairs – Carol Hansen Trophy

Starts March 1:

Arch Jelley Pairs – Arch Jelley Cup

Starts May 31:

Isobel Roy Singles Championship

Starts Aug 23:

All Comers Pairs – Anne McCallum Cup