IMPROVING YOUR JUDGEMENT WITH DOUBLES

We are pleased to announce an upcoming Wednesday morning workshop with Joan Butts, the ABF National Teaching Coordinator.

Developing judgement is an important goal for bridge players.

The double is the most versatile bid in bridge, so this workshop will focus on what to think about when making & responding to a double at all levels of the bidding. This is a multi-level workshop, suitable for most bridge players.

When: Wednesday, June 27, 10am-12pm

Where: Hunters Hill Bridge Club, Crown St, Henley

IMPROVERS' LESSONS

Finished your first round of bridge lessons & ready to progress and learn new bids & play?

Then join us at Hunters Hill Bridge Club for your next lessons.

When:      Thursdays

Where:     Henley Community Centre, Crown St, Henley

Time:        3.30pm - 5.30pm

Dates:      June 14, 21 & 28

Cost:        $15/lesson

  Topics

JUNE EVENTS

The following events are coming up in June:

State Open Pairs Qualifying (red points):   Fridays, 1,8 & 15 June

Queen's Birthday Pairs (bonus greens):     Mondays,  4, 18 & 25 June

GNOT Qualifying (gold points):                   Wednesdays,  13, 20 & 27 June

Please note, the State Open Pairs is a qualifying event for the final on 24/25 November. The cost is an additional $2 per player per week. Registration can be made on this website or on the Club noticeboard. A minimum of 6 tables is required for the event to proceed.

MAY EVENTS

The following events are coming up:

Friday Teams:  Fridays, May 4, 11 & 18 - registration closes 1 May

State Open Teams: Tuesday nights, May 8, 15 & 22

Hunters Hill Cup: Mondays, May 14, 21 & 28

Those wishing to enter should register online (via the Calendar) or on the Club notice board. Unless otherwise advised, registrations close 1 week prior to the commencement of the event.

Also, please note, there will be bridge on Anzac Day.

 

Vale Eva

We're sorry to relate that Eva Veress has passed away quite suddenly.  We will post funeral arrangements when we have them.

PARKING

The preschool has complained, once again, that bridge players are parking in their parking area.

The Council has erected restricted parking signs on this site & unauthorised parkers will be fined.