This coming Saturday 26th May is the sencond day of open class racing for boats no longer than 800mm. Bring along your Micro Magic, Victoria, RG65 or anything else you wish to race that fits.
Well done to Birkenhead members who competed at the IOM Ranking Race at Castle Semple. Full report, results and pictures can be found on the event website HERE
For any skippers interested in competing at this years Radio Marblehead National Championship at Fleetwood, Notice of Race is available and online entries can be made HERE through the MYA website. This event will feature some of the best skippers in the country and from abroad looking to fine tune their boats for this year’s upcoming World Championships in France.
Even if not entering why not plan to come up and have a look over the weekend 23-24 June.
Event website now up HERE
This coming weekend, 12/5/12, is the 3rd round of the IOM Club Championship, incorparating the IOM Veterans Club Championship. Racing starts at 2pm sharp
With thanks to Bill Culshaw for the initiative, we are now also running a Veterans IOM Club Championship in conjunction with the overall Championship within the club. All members over 60 years of age are included with the top 3 places over the season being awarded prizes donated by both Housemartin Sails and BG Sails & Design. Scoring positions are noted on the left hand column of the overall scores updated after each round, posted HERE.
This coming weekend 12 club members are travelling to Castle Semple, Scotland for round 2 of the IOM Ranking. Skipper lists and results can be found HERE.
Club racing this weekend is for the Fleur de Lys 10R Cup, starting from 2pm.
This coming Saturday 21st April is the first day of open class racing for boats no longer than 800mm. Bring along your Micro Magic, Victoria, RG65 or anything else you wish to race that fits.
IOM racing will follow from 2.00pm sharp.
Our first scheduled lake and clubhouse clean up day was an eventful one, with close to a skip bin load of rubbish consisting of microwaves, car tyres, crutches, piping, scooters, bikes, wiring, bricks and other treats being removed from the lake.
A very big thank you for a great job performed by the following members showing the Birkenhead club spirit of getting in and getting your hands dirty is once again alive. To those members who missed it, next drinks are on you 🙂
A reminder to all members that this coming Saturday from 10am is our first scheduled lake clean up day. Please ensure you wear suitable clothing and a pair of good gloves may be wise (gardening/protective).
IOM racing will start at 1pm.