Playing in The Waikato Interclub Teams (TWITs) is all about having fun. Teams convene once a month in Hamilton on the 4th Friday evening to start play at 7pm and finish by 10pm. We stop for cheese and wine half way through. Each month we play for the Oscar, Indie or Junior TWIT to come back to our club via the winning Open, Intermediate or Open team!
Sign your name on the TWITS clipboard in the club. No partner required. We will arrange teams from anyone interested in playing.
The winning Charladies.
The David's emporium teams event has finished. It was a closely fought competition with several teams vying for the top places during the last night. At the conclusion the Charladies took out First place, with the Creative Cooks in second and the Crazy clowns third.
The Christians took out the prize for the best team with only one open member and the Crazy Clowns the prize for the non open team.
It was a close fought match but Cambridge just managed to haul the trophy home after winning by 660 to 640 total percent (don't ask me how that works!!). Cambridge still has some catching up to do though as Te Awamutu has still won it about eight years more often so there is no room for complacency!
Why not try and follow in Di and Jane's footsteps in representing Waikato Bays in the Interprovincial competition this year? The trials are upcoming on 11-12 May. Details are attached.
Waikato bays are sponsoring 4 bridge players to go to National Congress in Hamilton during Sept- October 2019.
One of them could be you. If you are interested open the attachment and read all about it!
Another glorious day playing Bridge at Sue Aitken’s home in her beautiful gardens. The setting was magnificent. Thirty-six members of Cambridge Bridge Club arrived to play beneath the spreading branches and shade of a huge maple tree. The weather was glorious, perfect for playing Bridge in such beautiful surroundings. Drinks and refreshments were offered as members arrived, and during the afternoon’s play. With Clare, the Cambridge club Captain, suitably attired in red tutu and decks of cards tights, the afternoon got off to a well-organised start.
PO Box 132, Cambridge 3450
Clubrooms: (07) 827 9392
Club Captain: (021) 762 543