Event Social

Suburbs Club Bingo Night

Winter club night of good cheer and prizes.  Family and friends welcome. Bingo fun. Great prizes.  Prize for best dressed team (come in costume).

When: Saturday 31st July 2021

Where: Melville Football Club, Alison Street, Hamilton.

Time: Doors open 6.30 for a 7pm start

Food: Includes nibbles, and for adults curries and rice and dessert. (Kids it’s nachos with mince and cheese)

Club Bingo Night – Adult Ticket

Entitles 1 x Adult Entry to event.
$ 20

  • Includes Food
  • Bingo games
  • Cash bar

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Club Bingo Night – Child Ticket

Entitles 1 x Child Entry to event.
$ 10

  • Includes Food
  • Bingo games
  • Cash bar

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Club Bingo Night – Family Ticket

Entitles 2 x Adults, up to 3 Children Entry to event.
$ 50

  • Includes Food
  • Bingo games
  • Cash bar

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List of British bingo nicknames 1 – 15

Number Nickname Explanation
1 Kelly’s eye[3] The pun is military slang;[4] possibly a reference to Ned Kelly, from Ned Kelly’s helmet, the eye slot resembling the number 1.
2 One little duck. From the resemblance of the number 2 to a duck; see also “22”. Response is a single “quack.”
3 Cup of tea Rhymes with “three”.
4 Knock at the door From the Nursery rhyme One, Two, Buckle my shoe; Three, Four, Knock at the door.
5 Man alive[3] Rhymes with “five”.
6 Half a dozen[5] A common phrase meaning six units (see “12” below).
Tom Mix Cockney rhyming slang for number 6[6]
7 Lucky [3] 7 is considered a lucky number in some cultures. ; see also “73”.
8 Garden gate[5] Rhymes with “eight”.
9 Brighton line[5][7] A reference to the British railway line running from London Victoria and London Bridge to Brighton.
Doctor’s orders Number 9 was a laxative pill given out by army doctors in WWII.
10 (Current Prime Minister of the United KingdomBoris’s den. The name refers to 10 Downing Street the home of the UK Prime Minister.
11 Legs eleven A reference to the shape of the number resembling a pair of legs, often chicken legs specifically.[8] The players often wolf whistle in response.
12 One dozen A reference to there being 12 units in one dozen.
13 Unlucky for some A reference to 13 being an unlucky number.
14 Valentine’s Day A reference to 14 February being St. Valentine’s Day.
15 Young and keen Rhymes with “fifteen”.