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Congratulations to our 2022 Club Champions Marelle Irvine and Barbara Green.Given the boards as set to achieve 64.81% is a wonderful effort.

The battle for runners up was a closely contested event with only 4 match points seperating 4 pairs. In the long run Jane Scott and Anne Johnston just got there ahead of Chris Cox and Sam Stephens.

Marelle and Barbara are not new to this achievement. Barbara had won in 2014 with Brian McCarney and previously in 2008 with Sandra Capper. Marelle won in 2019 with Sandra Capper.

Again congratulations to our new "champs".


Frank Trent & Bill Bleechmore./ Rosemary Francis & Penny Mowat relaxing after a successful day

In a greatly reduced field this year there was still healthy competition for the Green Plate.

This years winners for North/South were Frank Trent and Bill Bleechmore while East/West was taken out by neighbours Penny Mowat and Rosemary Francis.

With the rules for this trophy calling for two winners the reduced field made this quite a challenge for the directors, In the long run a Mitchell movement was played with 8 boards a round. This meant plenty of bridge even though the opposition facing you may not have changed all that often.

Congratulations to our winners.



Greta and Sandy relaxing after their victory

After many disappointing turn outs on Friday mornings 9 pairs fought ot this years Sparkes Cup.

This years winners were Greta Kroll and Sandy Steele-Park who just scraped home by 1 mere match point from Val Heferen and Brian McCarney.

While this is Sandy's first success with this annual event Greta on the other hand has tasted success in the past.

 In both 2000, 2002 and 2003 she partnered Mollie Poole with success and again in 2005 had success with Yvonne Kelly.

Congratulations girls and thanks to all those who participated. It is helping show a slight resurgence in Friday Bridge.

Mudgee Bridge Club
Mudgee Bridge Club


Situated 270km north-west of Sydney and 470m above sea level Mudgee is situated in the beautiful Cudgegong Valley. It derived its name from the Wiradjuri Aboriginal word "Moothi" meaning "Nest in the Hills".

It is a picturesque town with its charm provided by many fine old homes, public buildings and Churches some of which date back as far as the 1850's. It is known for its excellent wine and honey as well as super fine Merino wool.Grapes grown in the high red soils have produced excellent quality wines for over 140 years.

Visitors always welcome
Visitors always welcome

Welcome to

Mudgee Bridge Club Inc

2 153

PO Box 536

Mudgee NSW 2850


All sessions played at

Mudgee Showground

Nicholson Street entrance


Visitors always welcome




To view this years audited financial statement please click the link below

2022 bst.pdf


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What a great weekend of Bridge this years Congress turned out to be.

Saturday saw 156s players compete in three divisions with only a couple of Victory Points separating the top pairs in each section.

 In the long run the winners were:

Open: Niek Van Vucht and Vicky Lisle from Charles and John McMahon.

Restricted: Diana Waddell and Sally Keenan from Martin Brown and Gail McKenzie

Novice: Liz Morell and Sasha Bennett from Kate Courts and Maureen Milgate.

Best local pairs were

Open Brian McCarney and Val Heferen

Restricted: Kaye Chambers and Judy Bowman

Novice: Michael and Libby Cox.

Sunday saw 38 teams comprising 152 players front up. Results were:

Open: Charles and John McMahon, Pauline Gumby and Warren Lazer

Restricted: Pauline Greig Alan Toohey Lois and John Rolls

A big congratulations to the organising committee on a great success. Special mention must be made of Marelle Irvine for the hours, worries and success she went through in the 12 months leading up to this years event. Also a special thanks must go to the tournament Director Ian Lisle for such a smooth weekend.

Full results of the Congress can be viewed on the NSW Bridge Association web site at On the right of the screen are results, Just click on Mudgee and you are there.


Useless information for the new year.
Your kings are representative of:

Spades King David

Hearts Charlemagne

Clubs Alexander the Great

Diamonds Julius Caesar

Fri 10th February 2023
Director: Bill Bleechmore
Mon 13th February 2023
Director: Chris Cox
Assistants: J Weigall M Roth
Fri 17th February 2023
Director: Marelle Irvine
Tuesday - Section A
Director: Val Heferen
Director: Val Heferen