Leichhardt Regatta last weekend

Big Thanks to all those who helped run the Leichhardt Regatta last weekend.
In particular, Belinda and her helpers for manning the official table, Guy and his helpers for running the tinnies, Marilyn and her helpers for preparing the BROs meals, Rex guys for the BBQ, the Juniors for the Cake stall and in particular Paul Hackett who acted as Pontoon Marshal all day.
For those who manned the BBQ or ran the sweet/cake stall a special thanks for your efforts.

Point Score Clarification

  1. A club only scores points once in a race and subsequent placing in the race by that club is not awarded points.
  2. If a crew comes third out of three, second out of two or are the only crew to start and finish the race they receive points.
  3. If there are only two boats in a race from the same club, the crew that wins will receive points but not the second placing crew, as a club only receives points once in a race.
  4. 1st place gets 4 points, 2nd place gets 2 point and 3rd place gets 1 point

(Please) Help clear the floor ahead of some functions this weekend

Lend a hand to help clear the clubhouse of equipment on Saturday morning ahead of a function on Saturday night 1 March and again late Sunday/early Monday morning. The floor needs to be cleared by 8am Monday.

Boat christening last weekend

We christened 3 new boats last weekend. They were:
Single: Harry Hauenstein (State representative 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911 winning in 1908, 1910, 1911. Rowed in Olympic crew 1912. In A.I.F. crew in 1919 with Tom McGill, winning the King’s Cup).
Double/Pair Race 1: former LRC Captain Anne Parbury
Quad/Four Race 1: Current LRC president Charles Bartlett

Shore school regatta from 8am Saturday

Take care when rowing on Saturday. The regatta is from 8 – 11.45am.

Recreational rowing this weekend

Recreational rowing is on this Saturday and Sunday.

Club’s new zooties and polos are now available

You can buy them via our spanking new shop.

Drummoyne regatta Sunday: Closure of gate beside LRC

Members are advised that during the Drummoyne Regatta on Sunday the gate to the park will not be open. Visiting clubs have been advised to make alternative arrangements for access to Iron Cove.

This decision has been taken by your Committee because we have not been able to get any acceptable pontoon or regatta management plan from neither Rowing NSW or Drummoyne Rowing Club. Their expectation seems to be that Leichhardt members will provide all resources to facilitate the safe movement of all crews and equipment.

We have rejected that notion in the interests of our members and Pymble Ladies College.

Anyone training early must be off water and boats away by 7:00 am

Diary dates

Sat 1 Mar – Clear clubhouse ahead of function
Sat 1 Mar – Shore school regatta (from 8am on Iron Cove)
Sun 2 Mar – Drummoyne regatta – Iron Cove
Sun 2 Mar – No recreational rowing
Sat 15 Mar – LRC Learn to row orientation
Sun 16 Mar – LTR Course begins

PS. No accidents this week. The Capt is happy.

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