Melbourne Cricket Club - Bridge Club
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Bridge Club

MCC Bridge Club actionThe MCC Bridge Club holds regular sessions of the world’s most famous card game at the MCG. 

Duplicate bridge is played in the Hans Ebeling Room on Thursday afternoons.

The club also plays regular matches against other bridge clubs.

The club's website is www.bridgewebs.com/mccbridge.

  

 

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