- Australia Day Pairs - Tue 26 Jan
- Teams of 3 - Thursday 11 Feb
- Valentines Day Pairs - Monday 15 Feb
- Autumn Pairs - Wed 3 Mar
- Open Teams/ Country Teams qualifier - Monday 15 Mar 9.30 start, all day
Following latest health directives from NSW Government, Central Coast Council has advised that face masks must be worn indoors at the Community Centre.
Players arriving without a mask can buy one for a dollar, the club has a small holding of disposable masks.
Sadly as a consequence of the Northern Beaches COVID cluster, physical restrictions have again tightened from Monday 21st and these will affect our Bridge Club in the short term.
- Regular sessions will continue - look out for further updates as NSW Govt announcements are made regularly.
Well done BWBC member Richard Carter who with partner Jay Novak took first place in the Restricted section of the 2020 Sydney Spring Nationals Online Pairs, played over ten matches. And great showing by Steve Calcroft and Roy Cotton, fourth in the event. Full results at https://www.abfevents.com.au/events/results/results.asp?yr=2020&dir=sn
The NSW Government has relaxed restrictions in the “physical distancing” category for Community Centres.
Indoor gatherings are governed by the 2 sq metre rule, that is, the maximum number of people at an indoors activity is dependent on the area of the space. There is no longer a restriction of 20 people per activity. This means that in the bridge clubroom we can have up to 48 people and the same in the Seniors room. Maintaining a distance of 1.5m from another person is recommended but not mandatory.