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DF95 GP4 Results 7th November 2021

The final results for the DF95 GP Series 2021 and DF 95 Masters award will be posted on the QRYA web site shortly.  These results can be viewed under the Results - GP /Interclub Series heading.

Many thanks to David Black for his excellent work!!


DF95 GP4 2021 Results

RC Laser 2021 Queensland Championship

 

Screenshot 2021 10 24 221619On behalf of the PRYC  I would like to thank you all for attending the 2021 QLD RC Laser Championship.

The regatta was sailed in good spirits and I congratulate all entrants on the manner in which they competed. I congratulate Peter on his win, but he was pressed all the way with some very competitive sailing. We cannot all be in the winner’s circle and it is important to remember there would not be any regatta without the rank and file competitors; as it is you that make the regatta possible.  

I would like to give my personal thanks for the members from the Sunshine Coast club for the competitive and friendly manner in which they competed today. You are always welcome to sail with us.

Bill Clancy


 

 

 

Qld Marblehead Championships 16 October 2021

Marblehead Qld Championships 161021

QLD Marblehead championships 2021

We all arrived at the Lake salmsonvale water sports association to find a good stiff wind blowing.

C and C2 rigs were in order from the start and with wind directions changing from one minute to the next; it was going to be a hard day!   It was spectacular to watch these machines on the water with a big wind in full flight!!!

John our PRO set a course that was as good as we could hope for considering the conditions and we all tried to do our best. The good guys showed that they were prepared for it and typically Greg Topy from the start showed that he could handle all conditions and showed from the start that he was going to be the person to beat.

Geoff Morris and Peter Sherwood ( first competition with a Marblehead) were going to make it a hard fort battle for the minor placings.

It should be noted that nearly every boat in the fleet at one time during the day made it into the top 3 places for that heat which demonstrated the different conditions on the day.

After lunch the wind died down a little which gave the guys that were game enough to try larger rigs an advantage but very quickly their advantage was annulled. 

A big thankyou to David Black for the scoring, John Fulton for PRO and the team from Lake salmsonvale for running the event that went smoothly and the sailors who together showed true mateship with everyone helping everyone to try keep as many boats racing as possible.

Marbleheads are definitely strong  in Queensland and anyone interested in watching or learning more about this class should contact us to see what this class is all about.

Trevor Fisher


 Marblehead pic

QRYA HITS TARGET!

A QRYA target set some years ago was to achbreaking news puzzle logoieve a total individual membership of all affiliate clubs equaling 400 members. With a new member of one of our affiliate clubs as of yesterday, that target has been achieved!!! Well done and congratulations to all the affiliated clubs for your great work in promoting our sport of radio sailing and for giving members the resources and organisation for them to enjoy competitive, sportsmanlike and enjoyable sailing. It is a combination of the excellent work of our radio sailing clubs around Queensland and as well the slick and professional on-line membership process that was developed over recent years, that we account for this milestone! Well done to all involved!!

Welcome to Qld State Measurement Co-ordinator

Attention all QLD Clubs and members,                            Mclassfleet                        11-10-2021

The QRYA Committee wishes to advise all Clubs and members that Greg Torpy has now formally accepted and officially been appointed as the new QLD State Measurement Coordinator for QRYA. Greg’s role includes involvement with the technical aspects of all the various RC class of boats recognised by the ARYA. Greg will be in charge of distributing technical information to all classes and clubs in QLD.

Greg is well known and a much respected member of our QLD sailing community and has an extensive background in a multitude of classes of RC yachts including extensive experience in the sailing of full size yachts and is a consistent high achiever in this sport.

The QRYA Committee is particularly pleased to make this latest announcement as the State Measurement Coordinator is a crucial role to the consistency and compliance of all sailing classes. The QRYA encourage all clubs to welcome Greg on board and he has been granted full authority by the QRYA in the administration of this important role.

Greg can be contacted on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Kind Regards

Trent Jarratt

QRYA President


 

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