Workshops are held once a month on a Friday in the Club Room on the 2nd Floor between 9.30 a.m. and 12.00 p.m. (Note change of time for 2018)
Initial Workshop Dates for 2018 are :
July - Friday 20th
August- Friday 17th
September - Friday 7th
Please contact our partnership coordinator, Sue Condos, at email@example.com with your details and contact information.
It is with great pleasure that I assume the role of President of The RACV Bridge Club. I would like to thank our past president Mary Stoney for her tireless efforts in fostering a club of friendship and inclusion regardless of skill level. I am very fortunate that Mary’s stalwart committee; Sue Condos and Wal Reid will remain in their roles.
We are very privileged as RACV Bridge players to have the full support of the RACV Club and I look forward to working with Caroline King, Kim Fisher and Claire McParland to encourage the development of this wonderful Bridge Club.
I am passionate about Bridge, it provides the opportunity for camaraderie, challenge and competition (my three C’s) not found anywhere else! I look forward to meeting you all at the bridge table in the spirit of the three C’s.
2017 was a very successful year for the RACV Bridge Club. The final December sessions and luncheon attracted around 130 members for the celebratory lunch and presentations.
President Sally Foster is shown here addressing the happy throng.
The Patricia Snowden Memorial Cup for the best Club player was presented by Gerald Snowden once again to Frank Vearing. Frank achieved Grand Master national ranking during 2017, reflecting his consistently high standard Bridge play.
The award for the most improved pair went to Melinda Teasdale and Susie Williison, shown here with Director Ben Kingham and President Sally Foster.
The Sam Ball Award is shown below being presented by Marita Ball, to Marie Macdonald, recognising Marie's contribution to the spirit and success of the Bridge Club.
The third RACV Bridge Congress was held at the City Club on 1st October. The quality of the entries reflects the growing maturity of the RACV Bridge Club.
Thanks to Mary Stoney and her organising committee for a well run event and some excellent Bridge. The detailed results can be seen on Martin Willcox' site (Click here).
Our congratulations to the winners, Eva Samuel and Peter Hollands. In second place was Nell Eddy and Beryl Stean, all shown below with Club President Sallt Foster.