Rubber Bridge

 

2019 RUBBER DRAW and FINAL RESULTS

Congratulations to Tony Quinlivan and Stuart Grant who have won the Canterbury Rubber Bridge Competition for 2019, and will represent us in the national competition at Congress in November.

Never played Rubber Bridge before? It doesn’t matter!Rubber Bridge is a fun alternative to duplicate bridge. Success is not dependent on whether you are a junior or a senior, inexperienced or experienced. Being lucky and getting good cards is what really counts! It is fun and social too.

The winners of the Canterbury region get to go the Hamilton Congress in September to play in the national final where the winning players receive $1000 in prize money.

If you win you will get subsided airfares to Hamilton. Stay and play Congress too! Pick your partner and be in to win.

Rubber Bridge guidelines, scoring and rules are all available from your club ( and the links below) ; all you need is two packs of cards and some opposition! You can play at the club or in your own home, just follow the draw.

Entry fee is $7 per person and covers all matches played. Please make entries online or to your local club.The draw will be sent out following the close of entries (1st March) with matches played between February and July 2019.

2019 FLYER

New Rubber rules and regulations as at April 2015

CRC Rubber Rules, Tactics and Scoring for Players

Score Sheets  – Cumulative,   Individual rubber