Is the new location from Monday 17th June
We look forward to seeing you all there.
For the Interim
If you need a partner on Monday or Thursday, please contact
Mark Overton - 618 495 346
Players at the club make that special effort to be courteous and to adhere to recognised etiquette ensuring that duplicate bridge is played in an atmosphere which is enjoyable for one and all. The Club is registered with the Junta de Andalucia and is for members; visitors are always welcome but we suggest you phone Mark before coming. We are non profit making and, as funds permit, organise and fund social events for members. The winners of each session, provided they are members and regardless of the number of tables, are given a 'free game'. We hold several event during the year, including Simultaneous Pairs; the Trumps Annual Championship is held in February each year.
We play duplicate bridge on Mondays and Thursdays starting at 3.00pm at the Hotel Nerja Club.
If you need a partner contact Mark, 618 495 346 or email email@example.com
The El Zoco Centre is located near to SuperSol supermarket and La Raqueta tennis club.
Trumps Bridge Club is located within the El Zoco Centre. On approach, look for The Courtyard Bar on the left-hand side, which overlooks the Sports ground and is at the entrance to the Centre.
Car Parking is freely available by the centre and at the Sports ground situated just below the premises.
Currently there are no bridge teachers in the area. The following are some useful websites to help beginners and improvers.
The Club has 12 EBU qualified Tournament Directors:
Pete Hope, Cris Layton, Sue Moulden, Ron Moulden, Ewa Celinska, Derek Winterflood, Johan Scholte,
Mark Overton, Marion Talbot, Liz Cogley, Paul Evans and Sue Cobley
Play Bridge where you want to through the application Funbridge on iPhone iPad and iPod Touch! The clear and intuitive interface allows you to find all the ambiance of a bridge table at your fingertips., The application is free and available in the App Store or from iTunes.
For more information
Many professional bridge players and teachers frequent various online forums. Post your bridge question to: Bridge Base Forums - lots of activity and interesting topics.