Christchurch Bridge Sessions:

Times, Grades and Programmes – 2017

Period Grade Programme
Monday 12:50 – 4:00pm Open Click here
7:20 – 10:30pm Intermediate Click here
Senior Reserve Click here
Tuesday 7:20 – 10:30pm Senior Click here
Wednesday 7:20 – 10:30pm Junior Click here
Intermediate Click here
Thursday 7:20 – 10:30pm Senior Reserve Click here
Senior Click here
Friday * 10:20am – 2:10pm Open Click here
Saturday Suspended Open
Sunday (Winter) 12:50 – 4:00pm
Note: new times from June 18th
No partner required
The format on the day (pairs or teams) will depend on the number of participants.
Club Special Tournaments Click here
General Information Click here

* Bring your lunch

Visitors are welcome at any session, but cannot win trophies

Starting Times Please be seated by the starting time listed above so that the Director can finalize planning the session movements and get play under way.

Monday night Intermediate section is still very low on numbers. We would encourage Junior grade players to come along as well. Convenor Craig, awards little prizes like Smarties ( for clever people) and chocolate fish if you are lucky.

Convenors often organise a team to help them do their job, they are not just there to read the notices and see the room is left tidy at the end of each session. They are the players representative and the recorders for each session and have a strong influence as how their sessions are run and organised. 
Convenors will listen to complaints and issues and take them to the appropriate committee member to deal with. They will take any ideas for improvement for the next years program book and offer suggestions as to what should be in the program book, e.g more teams events, rubber bridge etc. Convenors can be very influential in getting changes. They are health and safety wardens in the event of an emergency. They organise Christmas celebrations and may organise theme celebrations such as Cup week, St Patricks day, Valentines day etc. Help your grade convenor by picking up boards at the end of play, and listening when the notices are read out.