IRB Driver and Crew Proficiencies

IRB Driver and Crew Proficiencies This Friday afternoon (6th November5:15pm

Please be ready at the club by 5pm.

Please complete the IRB crew maintenance course online in the My Learning Portal beforehand. 

Life Saving Development Camp

If you 16 or 17 (as at 14.12.2020) and interested in developing leadership skills and building a knowledge of emergency operations, then don’t miss an opportunity to register for the upcoming Life Saving Development Camp.

Held at Chiton Rocks SLSC on the 14th – 18th December, the camp is a fantastic opportunity for our youth members to advance their surf life saving skills.

Please submit your Expression of Interest as soon as possible using the link on the attached information sheet.


Congratulations to the following people for becoming proficient for the season:

Naish Allen, Craig Andrews, Ella Andrews, Jake Andrews, Cory Bampton, Seth Bartlett, Jaime-Lee Biggs, Neil Bisset, Sam Brown, Amy Buck, Clarice Clee, Cooper Clee Jackson Clee, Tracey Clee, Jo Davey, Marty Davidson, Erin Dixon, Keon Doecke, Andrew Edwards, Laurence Giannetta, Jake Golding, Matt Grygorcewicz, Stephen Harris, Neli Hickman, Tully Hickman, Danny Humphrey, Mick Jarvis Samuel Jarvis, Paul Johnston, Luc Lindsay, Megan McDonald, Michaela McDonald Moult, Sean McKenzie, Jack Newman, Katie Newman, Jess Oxley, Damien Puyenbroek, Nathan Ramsay Teagan Richards, Tyler Richards, Wanga Robbins, Tyson Sarunic, Chloe Short, Tom Short, Andrew Spencer, Andrew Tonks, Brad Tunbridge Connor Tunbridge, Erin Tunbridge Bob Tunney, Tina Williams, Brenton Zampatti, Lilija Zampatti.

That is nearly half of our patrol roster signed off already! Further opportunities will be available on your upcoming rostered patrols but feel free get them done as early as you can – I think we can knock it off by the end of the month.

Thanks to Michael Kenny and Andrew Spencer for assessing.
Well done everyone!

A reminder about IRB Crew and Driver Proficiencies this Friday the 6th November at 5pm at the club. This will be the easiest way to get proficiencies out of the way so if you can get there, please do.

Andrew Edwards, Patrol Captain

Last Chance to Register – Youth Development Camp

This camp is designed to get youth members (16 to 17 years) ready for a leadership roles within their Club and beyond. These participants will be ready to become Patrol Captains, and future Club Captains and Duty Officers. It is an ideal opportunity for those who are looking to push their lifesaving skills and build a knowledge of emergency operations.

This will be an equally challenging and rewarding week. Team members will build friends and contacts for life from across the state.

The attached PDF explains the Camp in greater details and contains the link to register you interest. CLICK HERE


Expressions of interest

SLSSA are looking for expressions of interest for the Insurance Review Working Group.

The group is critical to ensuring an appropriate and cost effective insurance program is implemented in South Australia.

If you are interested please see attached further information, as well as the terms of reference and position description.

Vale Robert (Bob) Brooks

It is with great sadness that we farewell one of our Life Members and past Treasurer of the Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club.

Bob was a passionate, hard working member and good friend to many at our club, he will be sadly missed, and always remembered.

Deepest Sympathy to Adele, Lauren and their families from all at Semaphore SLSC.

Canteen open from 9am this Saturday

Come up to the club after seniors training and enjoy a bacon and egg roll or the big Sema4 brekkie. Click here to view the full morning menu.

The regular after Nippers menu will be available after training, with the addition of Vegan Dim Sims, available for $1.20 each; 5 for $5 or chips and 3 Vegan Dim Sims for $6.50. Click here to view the full lunch menu.

The canteen is open to members and the public.

Last chance to purchase a Nipper pack this season

The Nipper pack is on offer at the discounted price of $60 for a limited time only.

Make sure you order and pay for your Nipper Pack by 14th November to take advantage of this special offer.

The Nipper pack contains everything you need to kick your child’s season off.

The Semaphore uniform shop is open from 12pm on Saturdays before Nippers.

The uniform shop is located in the boat shed under the main club, near the change rooms.

Nippers Training Pack consists of

1 Nippers Long Sleeved Training Top

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1 Hi Vis Singlet

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1 Broad Brimmed Hat with Logo

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Available for the discounted cost of $60


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Junior carnivals

The 1st carnival for the season is not far away! Seacliff will host the 1st junior carnival on Sunday 15th November.

Can all Nippers please advise their Age Group Managers by Saturday 31st October if they intend to compete at the upcoming carnival.

The format for the 1st two carnivals is as follows:

  • 8AM – 11:30AM U8-U10 Competitors
  • 12:30PM – 4PM U11-U12 Competitors

* March Past will be held in between the two sessions at Carnival 2 only.
Please note parents/spectators will be limited if approval for +1000 person event is NOT given by SA Health.

Below is a list of all of the carnivals for the 2020/21 season.

  1. Sunday 15th November – Seacliff SLSC
  2. Sunday 13th December – Grange SLSC
  3. Sunday 31st January – Glenelg SLSC
  4. Sunday 21st February – Normanville SLSC

State Championships – Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st March – Seacliff SLSC

Perfection Fresh are back

Perfection fresh are once again sponsoring the club.

Delicious quakes and snacking tomatoes will be available for sale each week.

Feel free to bring your own container.

All proceeds go to the club.