Gardenvale provides online tournaments on BridgeBase Online (BBO).
There will be weekly tournaments for club members and visitors as follows:
Tournament Registration opens 2 hours before the start of play.
Please ensure that you are registered and seated at start time.
For instructions on how to register for a tournament CLICK HERE
GARDENVALE tournaments are found under ALL TOURNAMENTS
The FREE game on Saturday afternoon is for players new to BBO.
If you are an experienced BBO player please join one of the paid games.
Your support is appreciated and will help to keep the club going.
To learn how to use BridgeBase Online CLICK HERE
To buy $BBO to play in tournaments CLICK HERE
Register for a Zoom meeting at 12:30pm on Saturdays July 25, August 1 and August 8.
After the 20 minute Zoom you will be able to play in the 90 minute supervised bridge session from 1pm (optional).
We will provide you with a partner if required.
CLICK HERE to register for online BridgeBase training.
Alternatively CLICK HERE to view the many BridgeBase Online training resources available to get you playing.
Sadly Maurie Kilby passed away on Thursday July 16, aged 92.
Maurie was married with three children and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. They were all very much a part of his life and he of theirs. After the passing of his beloved Norma he returned to playing bridge and became addicted! Bridge became his life. He played at Gardenvale three times a week and was adored by his partners. Sometimes he would arrive needing a partner and was always happy to partner anyone and everyone very happy to have him as their partner. Maurie was also a fantastic cook embracing all cuisines. He loved good food and fine wine and would invite friends over to share his wonderful meals that would take him hours to prepare.
He also loved golf, watching cricket and football and followed Carlton through thick and thin. He was a very caring and thoughtful soul who loved people and was loved in return. Maurie passed peacefully and with dignity.
He died a gentleman and will be sorely missed. Vale Maurie. Rest in Peace.
THE CLUB WILL BE CLOSED
UNTIL IT IS SAFE TO REOPEN