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Friday 4 January 2019

Directors Report


Happy New Year!

Thanks to everyone that helped out with a proxy, or volunteered over the festive period. A particular thanks to those people and families that came down to help on Christmas morning.

The Trigg Island SLSC Patrols Facebook page has been running hot these school holidays as people cooperate to organise proxies. Jen Taylor deserves special mention here, for helping our new SRCs transition to patrolling.

Many of you will have noticed the new Drone team using TISLSC's latest life saving technology. Email me at lifesavingeducation@triggisland.com if you want to get involved.

Please check your rosters for the Australia day patrols. If you need substitutes, now is the time to act to make sure that you patrol team is not disadvantaged.

Dates and times for the next Bronze course are 17-24 January, (including Saturday and Sunday) from 8am to 1pm. Contact Kat at bronze@triggisland.com to register your interest.The Bronze cert is a difficult but satisfying qualification that consolidates your skills, and is of huge value to your patrol team. We always need more Bronzies. 

Re-qualification season is over. My heartfelt thanks to the Education team that have put in a massive effort: Around 550 proficiencies across all awards.

Trigg Island SLSC is growing, and Trigg is one of the most treacherous beaches in the Metro area. If you would like to help us to maintain our excellent standards, at a club where lives are saved every season, then please contact Cas at education@triggisland.com to join the Education team.

Carl Stoffers
Director of Lifesaving and Education

Carnival Patrol Excels


Last Sunday whilst the Trigg Surf Carnival was being conducted in windy, messy conditions, the carnival patrol was stationed just north of the craft arena.During some of the craft events the skis and boards were being washed across into the patrol area, so the patrol set up a human chain to stop and remove the craft to safety. During the patrol there were a few minor injuries requiring first aid and also assisting the arrival of Santa.
The Carnival Referee, Justin seconded our senior IRB Driver, Dean Brooks to assist in carnival matters. It was only five minutes later that Neil Bowie rostered in the tower, radio the patrol and using the four P’s he reported a swimmer caught in a large rip out the back of the point. Fortunately Craig Piercy and Gail Hall had just signed on and immediately leapt into action in the IRB. Due to the sea conditions Craig decided to do a parallel run to get to the patient in time. On arrival Gail pulled a 70 year old out of the water, he had with him flippers and a hand board he was very exhausted and extremely grateful to the IRB crew. Some time later another call from the tower, this time Bob McKee reported that a board rider was in the same rip and struggling, another successful rescue and when the young board rider was returned to shore he could not thank the patrol enough, explaining how he was consistently blown from his board and did not think that anyone would see him!
This proves that vigilance in the tower is essential. A great effort by the Carnival Patrol, which has an average age of??

Patrol Captain

Congratulations to Royal Lifesaving Pool Team


Congratulations to the following members that have been selected in the Royal Lifesaving State Pool Lifesaving Team.
Jake Smith
Joshua Windsor
Lachlan Meldrum
Chalise Pratt
Dayna Tindall
They travel to Sydney from 9th tho the 14th January to compete at the National championships.
Good luck to all athletes!
FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE CLUB

Next Friday 11th January will see the bar open for drinks. Dinner will be BYO only. Come down and welcome in the new year with your friends and family.

March Past Training


March past training will resume this Sunday 6th Jan at 8.15 - 9.00am for U17 and juniors who are interested. To make a competition for the state titles there needs to be at least two clubs and three teams. So far Trigg and Mullaloo have marched. We may need to make a second Trigg U17 team to make a competition for states! If you are interested in helping the club and having a bit of fun marching for Trigg come on down Sunday 8.15am to give it a go.

Call out for Bronze Medallion Course participants!


January week long course scheduled from Thursday 17th to Thursday 24th 2019.
Must be 15 years old, able to attend all days and swim 400m in under 9 minutes.
Please let Kat Stewart-Robinson know if interested!

Kat
Email: bronze@triggsland.com
Mob: 0439822717

Run Training With Darren


Please note all club runners. Beach sprint training is back on today 5.30pm at the club.

Belt Race Training Update

A reminder to all belt race competitors, training is restarting on Saturday 12th January at 9am.
From there we will train each following Saturday morning up to the State Belt Titles which will be held on weekend of 19th February 2019.
For more information call Chippy on 0409119216.

Chippy
PATROL ROSTER
 
5th Jan Saturday AM Julian PM Hutchinson
6th Jan Sunday AM Parlevliet PM Bistrup
12th Jan Saturday  AM Brown PM Ward
13th Jan Sunday AM Somers PM White
Find the Patrol Roster for the whole season here
Thank you to our SILVER sponsors
and our BRONZE sponsors
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