GM Report: May
As the summer sailing season draws to a close, we remind everyone that the club is great to visit in winter as well - not just for ongoing sailing and swimming but also for cosy catch-ups in the restaurant and member’s bar. You will have seen the signs at the front and rear of the club advertising the monthly carvery. …

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Skipper Forums

Club Captain and Sailing Committee invite all sailors to join the sailing forum for their fleets. This is an opportunity to reflect on the last calendar and discuss any possible changes for the 2023-2024 season calendar which will be published in June
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Keelboat News

Alan Robinson Trophy Race -10th June 2023

The Alan Robinson Trophy is an annual race from RBYC to QCYC. This is a separate entry race requires boats to have a Cat 5 safety declaration which must be provided to the sailing office no latter than 7th June. Use the above link to enter.

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Sunday Racing

Training News

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Cruising News

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Gone Cruising - Where are they now?

As of Monday 15th May, RBYC Cruisers were where?:
• It’s a Privilege (Peter Strain) – Hervey Bay, Queensland
• Caprice (Leanne and Gordon) – Moreton Bay, Queensland
• Saffron (Geoff Brewster and Barbara Burns) – heading north towards Coffs Harbour, NSW
• Chakana (Brenton and Robina Smith) – Middle Harbour, Sydney
• Aquacadabra (Rob Hurrell) – Rozelle Bay, Sydney.
• Sagred. Last known location Newcastle

If we have missed anyone then please let us know

Iceberger News

New crew welcomed - The Sea Stars

The New Crew

L to R: Helen Brunt, Danielle Beatty, Fionna Flint, Clare Jennings, Stella Voules, Susan Berg (guest), Stephanie Desira, Christina Wilhelm.
Other Sea Stars include: Barb Hille, Melissa Troy, Jacqui McCall, Lisa Gulikers, Sally Buick, Sarah Golding, Julie McKay some of whom are also Seahorses and Bunker Buddies. Absent ‘honorary’ Sea Stars a.k.a. Bunker Buddies include: Betty Ryan, Natalie Sparkman, Libby O’Farrell. The Clan swims at 6.30am Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and between 7.30 and 8.00am on weekends and usually to the Corner and back.
The Iceberger Calendar
7.00 for 7.30pm Friday 26th May 2023
Trivia Night. Phone 9592 3092 for bookings. $20pp. - Don Warner
6.00pm Thursday 22nd June 2023
Winter Solstice Swim followed by dinner at RBYC. - Sam Paynter.

Other News

Draw Date: 12 May
Draw #1 - Winner
Draw #2 - Winner

Next Draw: 19 May
Jackpot $50
Daniel Brown Senior
Jabin Hallihan Crew Plus
Samantha Dix Aquatic
James Westh Aquatic
Peter Robson Aquatic
Jack Stephens Intermediate
Marian Black Social
Mandy Henderson Social
Marlene Langhorne Social Extra

RBYC Merchandise: Available from reception

Woolen beanies
Baby Jumpsuits
Woven Belts
Hi everyone,
I hope all the mums have enjoyed their Mother's Day today!
On the field: there were 2 Friday night games this week. Richmond surprised Geelong to record a 4-goal victory. The Cats' loss snapped their 5-game win streak and the Tigers will be pleased to see Dusty Martin regain form and kick four goals. The improving Gold Coast Suns traveled to Perth where they crushed the injury-hit Eagles by a whopping 70 points. On Saturday, another surprise result saw visiting Fremantle beat the Sydney Swans by 17 points at the SCG. The Swans lost Callum Mills in the first few minutes of the game which did not help their chances. Last year's Grand Finalists slumped to 3-6 on the season and have already lost three times at their home ground this year.
Melbourne downed Hawthorn by nine goals and Port Adelaide made it six straight wins with a 70-point shellacking of North Melbourne in Launceston. Essendon traveled to the Gabba on Saturday night and led by 10 points at halftime. However, Brisbane completely dominated the second half to run out winners by seven goals. It was the Lions' sixth straight win and former Bomber Joe Daniher had a night out, kicking six against his old team. Carlton's poor form continued this week as they lost to the Western Bulldogs by 20 points at Marvel Stadium. The Blues could manage only one goal in the first half! A second-half rally which saw them twice take the lead late in the final quarter counted for nothing as the Bullies hit back during time-on to kick four unanswered goals.
In the first of the Sunday games, Adelaide handed out a football lesson to St Kilda at the Adelaide Oval. The Crows were on top right from the start and with quick ball movement through the center and straight kicking as well, they piled on the points. The Sainters never got close and lost this one comprehensively by 52 points - by far their worst defeat this season. In the late game, Collingwood had little trouble disposing of visiting GWS at the MCG, winning by 65 points. The towering American, Mason Cox, was a major contributor to the 'Pies win today, ensuring his team retains top spot on the ladder after 9 rounds.
The Grumpy Swimmer has edged to a 2-point lead at the top of our leaderboard. As there were several upsets, nobody managed to tip a perfect round this week. Congratulations to Andy Mulholland, SkipOz and Dazzling Don, all of whom managed 8 winners this week to lead the way. Well done.
Ladder Leaders after Round 9
Grumpy Swimmer 62
Don Warner 60
Croc Junior 59
Andy Mulholland 59
GPD49er 59
St Lindsay 58
Had a Gut Full 58
Luke Captain Awesome 58
LamboM73 58
Janb100 58


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