Newcastle Bridge Club holds seven sessions of duplicate bridge each week – both daytime and evenings – and all players are welcome. The venue is close to Broadmeadow railway station and is also serviced by bus routes. There is disability access and off street parking is available. Tea, coffee and biscuits are included in the table fees which are $6 for members and $7 for non-members. The Club will help arrange a partner if required.

Bridge lessons  for beginners are held throughout the year.  For full details about the lessons in progress  click here .
For more information contact Wayne Morgan – Mobile 0488 298 599 or  Home 02 4962 1816.

A set of bridge lessons for improving players has been prepared and will commence on Tuesday 21 April 7 pm to 9 pm and again on Thursday morning 23 April 10 am to 12 noon. For full details about the lessons click Lessons Details
To register or for more information contact Ken Wilks:
Email: kw.wilks@bigpond.com      Mobile: 0411 048 540     Home: 02 4954 2339

For instructions on completing an ABF System Card click here

Annual Congress

Newcastle Bridge Club’s Annual Congress will be held again this year at the ‘Bini,’ Janet Street, Jesmond. The pairs events take place on Saturday 13 June and the teams events on Sunday the 14th.

The popular restricted/novice category introduced last year will again be available. As usual, the incomparable Matthew McManus will be directing.  And, as an innovation in 2015, both days will be fully catered by ALARISS.

Please enter via the NSWBA website .  Full details may be found  on the brochure by clicking Congress Brochure or contact the convenor, Eileen Sellers, on 4955 6865.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Central Coast Congress

The NBC was well represented at the Central Coast Bridge Club Super Congress held at Long Jetty on Saturday and Sunday, 21 and 22 March, and while not taking out any of the major prizes this year, our members performed well across the all divisions.

In the Swiss Pairs the most notable finish came from NBC member Michael Simes and his partner Michael Johnson, from the Tamworth Bridge Club, who finished in seventh place. A special mention also to Bruce Webster and Peter Wheatley who finished equal twenty second. As Bruce stated, “we dug in, kept it steady, and refused to be put off our game”.

NBC members also did well as part of combined multi-club teams – the SMITH team (that included Wayne Smith) came fifth; the MOTTRAM team (that included Christine Williams) came sixth; the SIMES team (Michael Simes-Michael Johnson-Ken Wilks-Rosalie Broughton) came twelfth, and the WALKER team (Ian Walker-Margaret Geddes-Christine Chandler-Eileen Humphrey) came sixteenth.

There was some added satisfaction in the pairs ranking of the teams event with Ian Walker and Margaret Geddes ninth and Pam Robinson and Christo Moskovsky fifteenth out of 104 pairs.