Dear Members and Friends,
Zeekoevlei Yacht Club Annual General Meeting
Monday, 15th May 2017 at ZVYC starting at 19h30; please join us for pre-meeting drinks in the upper deck from 19h00 and to register your attendance.
Alfred Rowing Club – New Committee 2017/2018
At the ARC AGM, ZVYC was congratulated on their help and assistance to the rowing division over the past season. Here are the new Alfred committee members:
Commodore – Martin Vanlierde
Captain – Jaco Myburgh
Assistant Captain – Lionel de Nicola
Ladies Captain – Liesl Jobson
Treasurer – Brian Christie
Boat Master – Richard Moolenschot
Assistant Boat Master – Dane Cherry
Training Portfolio – George O’Neill
Coast Rowers Liaison – Tommy Brummer
Lastly, a report from Liesl Jobson, Ladies Captain, on the recent SA Championships held in Gauteng. Read Liesl’s report HERE.
SAS AGM and Colours Awards
The SAS AGM and new committee members will be reported in next weeks newsletter when we receive the report from SAS WC. We would like to congratulate our members who received the SAS colours at the AGM.
They are: Paul Allardice, Greg Davis, Geoff Meek, Cullen Keytel, Alex Falcon and Matt Ashwell.
FOR YOUR DIARY
May 13th, Saturday: Club house hired for a wedding starting at 15h00 using the East Lawn
May 14th Sunday: Mother’s Day Lunch at ZVYC, 12h00
May 15th, Monday: ZVYC AGM 19h30
June 7th, Wednesday: Alfred Rowing Celebration Dinner
Mother’s Day Lunch at ZVYC
Please book directly with Rochelle TODAY:
firstname.lastname@example.org 072 348 7223
World Masters Games held at Lake Karapiro in New Zealand – represented by Brian Christie and Mike Scott Alfred Rowing Club
“We entered the Mens G category double sculls, and we combined with John Ingram and Digby Hoets of Viking Rowing Club in Johannesburg to row the Mens G quadruple sculls. I also combined with Helen McFie-Simone to row in the H category mixed double sculls.
While Mike and I were unsuccessful in the double sculls, We managed a silver medal in the quadruple sculls event, and Helen and I won a bronze in the mixed double sculls. Quite a satisfactory achievement.”
on behalf of ZVYC,
Kathryn & Ron