A reminder that Glenelg is hosting the Lifesaving World Championships 16th November – 2nd December.
We have a number of members competing:
Sean McKenzie will be in the pool representing the Masters at Marion Friday – Sunday
Sean, Tina Williams, Heather Eckert and Kate Newman will be on the beach Monday to Wednesday.
Cooper Clee and Ella Andrews hit the sand 27th – 29th November.
Nic Schulz and Connor Tunbridge will be in action 30th November – 2nd December.
We wish them all well and are proud that the Club will be represented on an International stage.
If you are keen to join the Semaphore SLSC or are ready to renew your membership there are a couple of ways you can do that. You can join or renew online straight away. But if you prefer the face to face experience we will be having our annual Membership Registration Day on Sunday 23rd September between 12 and 4pm.
Come down and say hello and we will support you to join or renew online.
To get things sorted online before then click HERE.
Below is an outline of this year’s Membership fees:
|Regular||With Competition Fee*|
|Family (2 Active or social + unlimited junior/cadet, active 15-18 years or active concession in the same household)||$300||$390|
|Junior (5-13 years of age)
Cadet (SRC 13-15 years of age)
Active (15-18 years)
Active (concession or apprenticeship/traineeship)
|Active (18+ years)||$160||$215|
If you have forgotten either your Username or Password, please follow the options contained within the link. Once logged on, please select the ‘Membership’ Tab at the top of the page & proceed to the ‘Renewals, Payments & Transfers’ option.
Should you have any questions please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lifesaving State Championships event is on this weekend. Senior R&R is on Saturday at Grange SLSC. Marshalling is at 7:45am for the first event starting at 8:15am which is the U15 2 person heats. All events will run in order after this as per the Lifesaving State Championships Circular but, as always, is subject to change.
Sunday is the practical events for Champion Lifesaver also at Grange, with events to start at 12pm following the Champion Patrol event.
Good luck to all of our competitors.
Interested in becoming part of the Surf Life Saving Senior Surf Sport Panel? Click on the link below to check out the details.
After thought and consideration as of the first Saturday in 2018, youth development trainings will now be shortened to 1 hour and will begin at 10 AM and conclude at 11 AM. From 11am to 12pm there will be Board rescue session for those interested, whilst we are looking at also getting some boats and IRBS’s down for those who would also like to try that for an hour.
The U13’s will be joining us as they begin to transition into the group for the following season. I look forward to setting new record numbers!
For those who do iron person training in the morning with Sean, Jacko Mahney will take a gym session from 10-11am to add another element of training whilst giving a better chance to warm up and recover. Those who are unable to attend iron training or not quite confident enough will be on the beach with myself.
Look forward to seeing you all out there.
Congratulations to our competitiors that took part in the Seacliff SPR on the weekend. We had some great results across the board. We started the day off with Zac Buck winning the open 5km run.
In the water we had competitors competing in different categories, sorry if we missed anyone, with no clubs next to names it was hard to find our competitors at times.
U11-U13 SPR (500m Swim, 1km board paddle, 1km run)
Amy Buck 9th
Lilija Zampatti 10th
Jackson Clee 20th
U14-U15 SPR (1km swim, 2km board, 2km run)
Tegan Richards 3rd
Ella Andrews 4th
Cooper Clee 14th
Naish Allen 15th
Some great results with some fast times from everyone!
Unfortunately there will be no youth training this Saturday (18th November). There are a few things going on, so enjoy the morning and rest up for the carnival the following day. Iron person training is on as per normal at 8:30am, with trailer loading for the carnival happening after iron training.
Ski training will start on Monday the 20th. This is especially aimed at new ski paddlers, but is open to everyone. Please meet at the club at 4:45pm, then we will then head to the lake for training.
Senior carnival two is on this Sunday at Aldinga, further details to come, but if you have nothing on we would love to see you down there for some support.
Interesting linksHere are some interesting links for you! Enjoy your stay :)
- 20/21 Jnr States Program
- 2020/21 Annual Report
- 2023/24 Membership Renewal
- 2023/24 Memberships @Semaphore SLSC
- 2023/24 Spring / Summer Bistro Menu
- Bar List – Spring / Summer 2023/24
- Bunnings BBQs
- Come and Try Nippers
- First Aid
- Function Enquiry Form
- Functions @ Semaphore SLSC
- Juniors Galleries
- Life Saving
- March Past
- Nippers Season Handbook
- Our Board of Management
- Our Club
- Patrol Clothing and Accessory Catalogue
- Patrol Roster
- Post States Dinner
- Rescue and Resuscitation
- Seabirds Inclusive Nipper Program
- Semaphore SLSC Board of Management and General Business
- Semaphore SLSC Members Card
- Semaphore SLSC Strategic Plan
- Senior Carnival 2 Report
- Senior Carnival 3- Moana
- Seniors Galleries
- Sign up for email updates
- SLSSA – Official Nippers Calendar
- Welcome to Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club
- Welcome to the Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club
- Surf Sports
- Functions, Semaphore Bar and Bistro
- Contact Us
- Terms & Conditions
No images available at the momentFollow Me!