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ASRL Newsletter #69 - Jan 2017

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ASRL Newsletter

Newsletter #69 - January, 2017
This newsletter will carry information on:
  1. ASRL Open entry
  2. ASRL National Short Course Championship
  3. ASRL Open Program 

ASRL Open Entry:

Crews should note that early bird entries for the Open close at 5pm next Sunday 22 Jan.
 
Some things you need to know about the upcoming ASRL Open to be held at Shellharbour over Friday, 17 to Sunday 19 February, 2017
 
  • Entry into the ASRL Open is FREE to all financial ASRL members entered as crews to the Open or a State based Navy Series
  • Find ASRL carnival entry in the standard way by opening the SLS Carnival Entry system and clicking the ASRL section
  • ASRL Membership is $40 per head for those members with a current Yellow Navy singlet
  • New members or those that have misplaced the Yellow Navy singlet need to reorder as per instructions below and will incur an additional $10 fee for a new singlet
  • All U19 rowers are provided free membership and ASRL Open entry but they must still enter as normal so we catch the full database of membership and entries
  • Remember only registered ASRL members can race the ASRL Open and only current members can vote in any ASRL voting process
  • Early bird ASRL Open entry closes on Sunday 22 January
  • Late entry to the ASRL Open closes on Friday 10 Feb but comes with a $20 penalty fee per head regardless of any age category
  • Your club will be invoiced from all these membership entries options
Clubs are requested to assist us in handling the new singlet delivery by collating total club crews and providing the number that require a new singlet and a list of desired sizes. Please send orders to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
 
The earlier you provide us the membership and singlet requirements the better chance we have of getting gear to you. Remember we are all also volunteers with crew commitments so your help is greatly appreciated

To enter go to the SLSA Carnival Entry system, click open on the ASRL section and go to the "Navy ASRL Open Championship" and enter as normal.
 

ASRL Australian National Short Course Championship:

This will be the second year in the history of the Short Course Championship. Big seas met the crews last year so what will Manly throw at everybody on Sunday 29 January.
  • Entry into the ASRL National Short Course Championship is FREE to all financial ASRL crew members so enter the Short Course and or the Open and you become a member with that membership covering both events
  • Entry to the Short Course for non-financial ASRL Crews will be $40 per crew and the crew at entry time will need to advise the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. that they are entering the short course only or they will automatically be invoiced for crew membership
  • Find ASRL carnival entry in the standard way by opening the SLS Carnival Entry system and click into the ASRL section
  • ASRL Membership is $40 per head for those members with a current Yellow Navy singlet
  • New members or those that have misplaced the Yellow Navy singlet need to reorder as per instructions below and will incur an additional $10 fee for a new singlet
  • Entries close Monday 23 January at 9am
 
A full flyer for the Saturday Manly carnival and the Sunday ASRL Short Course Championship can be found on the ASRL Website 
 

ASRL Open Program:


ASRL 2017 Open
Preliminary Program
 
Note this is the planned timeline but surf and circumstances can always be unpredictable so the Referee has the right to make appropriate changes as required.
 
Friday 7.30 Start
  • Masters running through to either Finals or winner on Pointscore dependant on crews in the division
  • Reserve Male & U23 Male; ready for 11am start
  • Reserve Male Crews racing a 4 round Point Score cutting to Sunday
  • U23M Crews racing a 4 round Point Score then cut to Sunday
SLSA Interstate Championship
  • Interstate: Team Managers Meeting 3pm – commence racing 4pm
Saturday 7.30 am Start
Block 1
  • U19 Male, U19 Female & U23 Female all in first Block
  • U19 Male 4 round Point Score cut to Sunday
  • U19 Girls crews run 4 round Point Score cut to Sunday
  • U23 Female Crews 4 round Point Score cut to Sunday
Block 2
  • Open Men crews - 4 round Point Score cut to Sunday
  • Open Female Crews – 4 round Point Score cut to Sunday
  • Reserve Female  crews  - 4 rounds cut to Sunday
Sunday 7.30 am Start
  • Planned Final finish 2pm but surf will dictate
Important Notes For All Competitors:
  • Facebook and the ASRL Phone App plus ASRL Website with be used to provide updated information
  • All times listed are the planned program times but being surf please be ready for change if conditions dictate
 
ASRL Committee

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