State Open Teams Qualifying

Hunters Hill Bridge Club will be hosting a qualifying event for the
State Open Teams on Tuesday evenings. Dates are May 17, 24 and 31.
This is a really great opportunity to pick up RED POINTS at B4 level.

Put a team together - 4, 5 or 6 players - and join us at the Club.

You can enter online in the "Calendar" section at the top of the page or by listing your
team on the Club notice board.


MONDAY MAY 2nd, 2011

The Bridge for Brain Research Challenge promotes the benefits of playing bridge, whilst raising crucial funds to continue research into Alzheimer's and other dementias.

We know Bridge keeps your mind active and recent findings indicate it is important to keep using your brain throughout life to maintain and create new brain connections.

Wednesday March 16 results

The results for March 16 can be found as S2 under March 9 in the Championships section (immediately under the Results section).

Wednesday March 30 session

The Wednesday session on March 30th will be a normal duplicate pairs session. The Walk-in Teams session, as advertised in the blue booklet, will not proceed.

Henley Premises Update

This is a message from Trish Whitton, our President:

I feel I should bring you up to date with what is happening at our Bridge Club premises.

This building is owned by the Lands Department who have leased it to Marine Rescue, with instructions to accommodate the Bridge Club.


Ron Klinger will be running a workshop on Slam Bidding at our club on Tuesday 5 April. Ron is one of the great bridge teachers of the world, so don't miss this opportunity. The cost is $20 and the workshop runs from 9.30 am to 1 pm.
Click on the attached flyer for more details.

Update Bridge Notation

For those who wish to report on bridge hands on this website, the special bridge notation has been updated to allow annotations in the bidding. For all the gory details, see:

Air Conditioning News

The electricity to one zone at Henley wasn't working. This has been fixed and the air conditioners are operating - probably no better than they've ever been, but trying hard.

*** HEAT WAVE ***

The air conditioning at Henley Community Centre is not working. With
soaring temperatures predicted to continue tomorrow, please be aware
that the hall is incredibly uncomfortable. If you played on Monday,
you'll understand.

We have plenty of fans and Peter would love to see you, but if you
feel you can't live without air conditioning, you might considering
not coming to bridge tomorrow.

Obviously, we can't call everyone. If your partner doesn't have e-
mail, perhaps you could call him or her to pass on the warning.

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