Where we are
Our Club rooms are at 138 Hobart Street, just 100 metres from the Miramar Shopping Centre.
We are now accepting expressions of interest from anyone who thinks they would like to take the series of 10 Lessons commencing in March 2015.
Our Lessons page has more information.
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The Wellington Bridge Club are holding a Novice Tournament on Sunday 12 October, commencing at 1:00pm (one session only).
This Tournament is open to all players who joined in 2012 or later and had fewer than 8B points as at 1 January 2014.
See Club Notice Board or the Wellington Bridge Club website for additional information and entry form.
Do you have a question about a Bridge hand or something of a more specific nature?
See our new 'Forum' page
New Members' Ladder
Charles Ronaldson was the winner of the New Members prize in the recently completed Ladder series.
This series, which was kindly sponsored by Unichem Pharmacy, Miramar,attracted over 60 Bridge players on each of the four nights.
Charles finished 2nd overall which is an excellent result for a new Member competing against so many more experienced players.
Second prize in the New Members' section went to Joanne Gapes who was third overall.
As a testament to skill of the new Members, (and of course to Lorraine's teaching) new Members filled four of the top five Ladder positions.
The winner of the series was Tim Blackmore who joined in 2013.
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:
A game for all ages
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 and we also welcomed Ushi, a visitor from Germany.