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Sailing Office News

Up Coming


22nd Hearnes Heroes 6
25th Costello Pursuit
29th Hearnes Heroes 5


2nd Blizzard
3rd Doyles Sails 2 handed
6th Hearnes Heroes 6
9th Costello Pursuit
13th Hearnes Heroes 5


Wednesday 15th

Hearnes Heroes 5
True Colours

Saturday 18th

Blizzard Series

Sunday 19th

Doyles 2 Handed
Line Honours - MARTINI RACING 34

Sailing Committee Trophy Nominations

Sailing Committee Trophy Nominations
Members are encouraged to provide nominations for the following trophies to the Sailing Committee for their consideration by the 30th of June 2022.Phil Bedlington Award - Excellence at Non-RBYC Events Please provide details of nomination below Adam Stevenson Memorial Award - Youth Encouragement Award Please provide details of nomination below

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Double Handed Racing

After a couple of false starts due to weather Sunday allowed for The 2 Handed racing to go a ahead. Five boats started in light breezes but the wind picked up and finished in 2hrs 12mins or there abouts.

Next Race 3rd July

OTB News

Up Coming Training

Winter Warriors Holiday Clinic
This course will run in the second week of the Victorian school holidays. The clinic will run 9am to 1pm each day. 4th -7th July 2022 Full information and bookings HERE

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Sunday OTB Racing

Lochie ran the OTB racing and with Peter Austin’s assistance used blow up bouys and a horn to give the 6 Lasers a really good experience in great conditions the afternoon brought on.

Cruising Group News

Check out the latest from the cruising group. What's new and what's coming up. Also this week a recap of the " A Night to remember" that was held this month Read More

Club News

Weekly Draw
17th June 2022: No Winner
Jackpot $200
New Members
Alice Williams - Senior, Helen Ruff - Aquatic, Elizabeth Young - Social, Stella Villani-Youth, India Arkell - Youth
New Dessert menu july 2022

Social News & Events

Moet Night
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paris THICK (002)

2022 RBYC AFL Tipping Competition

Hi everyone,

I've just returned from the RBYC where about 90 of us participated in this year's Winter Solstice Swim followed by a delicious curry dinner in the Members' Lounge afterward. So good to see lots of people back and enjoying our great club facilities this evening.

On the field: both St Kilda and Carlton copped a reality check this round. In a major upset, Essendon defeated St Kilda by 35 points on Friday night. This was a game that the Saints were expected to win but instead, the loss has pushed them back to 8th place on the ladder and in danger of dropping out of the 8. Similarly, Richmond was easily the better team on Thursday night handling the wet, slippery conditions well and slamming on the first 6 goals of the game before Carlton could register their first major mid-way through the second term. The Tiges were never headed. The Blues had been favored going into this game but it wasn't to be and they clearly have a lot of work to do even to make the finals this year. The competition is so close that any of the teams down to 12th position could still make the 8 by the end of the home-away rounds. The premiership race is wide open and so too is the race to make the final 8 (this is something the AFL has been striving for, for many years and this season we seem to genuinely have a really close competition).

The Eagles were much more competitive this week but ultimately lost to Geelong at home by 3 goals - the win has pushed the Cats up to fourth place on the ladder. Port Adelaide overcame a number of injuries to defeat visiting Sydney by 23 points and keep their finals hopes alive. Last year's runners-up the Western Bulldogs won an important game over arch-rivals GWS at Giants' stadium on Saturday night. After a tight first half, the Bulldogs came out firing in the third quarter, kicking 6 goals to 2 to set up their 20-point victory. This was the highest-scoring game played this season with both teams scoring over 100 points (sadly, something that doesn't happen too often in modern footy). In today's late game, the improving Gold Coast Suns were too good for the visiting Adelaide Crows and recorded a 43-point win.

Tipping: as there were some upsets this week, nobody managed a perfect score. Congratulations to Romney J, Annabanana, Weazr1, Nicholaci, and Lynchey, all of whom managed 5/6 this week. Very well done. Kylie1004 continues to hold her 1-point lead at the top. Here is our leaderboard.

Kylie1004 83

C Dallimore 82
John Naughton 82
Pies London Fan 81
Roy Boys 81
S Hogan 81
Flying Doctor 81
The_Urq 81
Huwp 81
Thrice Winner 81

Please get your tips in for Round 15 soon - first game will be this Thursday night with Melbourne hosting the Brisbane Lions in a top of the table clash at the MCG.

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