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Ironman Kona 2016

Hawaii Ironman – Stella Foley

Hawaii Ironman Race Report

stella-imKupa’a: your strength to stand firm, to believe in and be loyal to yourself, and to your surroundings.

This was the theme for Kona Ironman World Champs 2016…And exactly how I planned to execute my race.

While the lead up week was fun, the real business started at 7:10am October 8.

The bit of a breeze that was up first thing in the morning signalled the bike was going to be tough, and the beautiful sunrise then gave way to some scorching sun. I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. To test and prove yourself in the conditions the race is made famous for…yes please.

The swim start wasn’t as daunting as the butterflies in my tummy made it out to be. I’d kept them at bay all week but I definitely felt them as I’d waited in the slow and lengthy numbering cue. Anyway as soon as the cannon went off they were left behind (only for my focus…not my swimming speed). Stuck on feet and hips, and caught amongst elbows to the first turn. Must have kept a reasonable line for a change because I pretty much swam under that turning bouy. The back section went on a lot longer than I was anticipating but eventually turned again and headed for home. Reassuringly I was overtaking the (super) slow age group men, yay, first win. Swam hard to the steps and had a smooth transition with everything already being with my bike.

Undoubtably glad to be on the bike and the lap through town allowed for time to settle before heading out on the famous Queen K. Tri Travel (who are awesome by the way!) had driven us over the course earlier in the week- and we’d ridden the last ~50km, so I had some idea what I was in for. Apparently the day we rode the conditions were a 7-8/10 for “toughness”…race day was definitely hotter and windier. Cross winds until Wykaloa and then head wind for the ~30km up hill towards Harve (the turn around point). The pros came through at around 80km into the course, which was just &$@#% amazing to watch and some distraction from the head wind. The turn around was hectic- an aid station followed by special needs, scooted around people and tried to stay out of trouble. And then a tail wind combined with several descents made for a very fun start to the ride back! Overtook a lot of people on the descents so I must have finally developed some nerve? Cross winds returned where we’d had them before but it didn’t matter, town in sight. Should also mention that I had previously ridden to heart rate, but unbeknown to Mark, my HR monitor died the day before- with no where in town selling Suunto so let’s say the ride was done to feel…and it worked just fine ?

Hawaii IronmanAnother smooth transition and onto the run. I was told the run doesn’t start until you hit the Queen K (16km in) and they were right. Running along Ali’i Drive felt fun and easy, even the ascent up Palani Road (running) felt ok, but that highway, with its long “gentle” hills is deceptively hard!! Was hanging out for the turn to the Energy Lab…felt like it took forever to get there! An aid station at the top with pumping music and totally the best “aid” – Cliff station at the bottom and the turn around point made the notoriously difficult section a lot of fun. Seeing Mark after the climb out of the Energy Lab was also uplifting but despite more coke than I’ve ever drunk, my legs wouldn’t move any quicker! And my average pace was slowly climbing which was ridiculously frustrating. Back along the highway, legged it down Palani rd to find there was still about a km to go. So happy to finally see the carpet! Lap up some of the insane energy of the finishing shoot and make a feeble attempt to jump over the line (I saw how steep the other side looked…I would have never stuck a tuck jump). Loved every minute but also a humbling experience and a reality check to race against so many amazing athletes.

Swim: 1:13
Ride 5:45
Run 3:40

stella21st female in my age group
2nd Aussie in my age group and beat the girls who finished in front of me at Cairns ?

Can’t wait to continue working with Mark Turner to come back faster and stronger!

…thanks again for all the messages of support. Appreciate every one of them, especially considering I’m just getting to do what I love x

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Putrajaya 70.3 Chris Bailey

Interview with the Bailey’s

Cairns 2016

June Newsletter

Byron Bay Triathlon 2016

May Training Update

Race Results

Byron Bay TriathlonByron Bay Triathlon

Byron Bay put on another great weekend with many of the Tri Nation team making a weekend of it. One of our biggest celebrations was watching our latest beginner course graduates finish their first triathlon. Competing in the Tempta Tri we had Alex Munoz, Fabrice Turpin, Lakis Zeniou, Brooke Brown, Heidi Walker, Renee Williams and Caitriona Murray. With many smiles all round and medals to boot it was a great way to finish off the six weeks.


On the podium we had Sue Meehan, Stella Foley and Paul Dodd all winning their age groups with Paul 2nd overall in the Olympic Distance. Both Sue and Stella had fantastic races to give them a confidence boost heading into Cairns Ironman in less than 4 weeks.

Congratulations also to Geoff Miller for his first podium and first place in the Sprint event and Catherine Sharpe winning her age group in the Sprint. 

Ultraman Australia

Many Tri Nation members were following long time member Tim Franklin as he competed at Ultraman Australia in the weekend. An Ultraman is a 3 day event consisting of a 10km swim, 421km of cycling and an 84km run. Tim set a new course record of 2 hours 35 minutes for the swim on day 1, was placed 2nd after the conclusion of the cycling on day 2 and finished up 2nd overall with a 7 hour 24 minutes double marathon.

Congratulations Tim, an outstanding effort and just reward for the many hours of training you have put in this year.

Training

With four weeks to go the Cairns team are now in their hardest week of their campaign. This weekend is their last big brick session with a swim, bike and run at Suttons Beach in Redcliffe. 

Post Cairns the training will ease back a bit as our focus turns more towards maintaining our fitness over winter, taking time out to work on your weakness or just to enjoy staying fit and healthy. 

With Cairns the last long course race for a while the weekend sessions will change to alternate fortnights of group rides and brick sessions at Healthstream. The next group ride is the weekend before Cairns on the 4th of June.

With numbers reducing overall in the pool as people start swimming less often the only change to the winter timetable will be the Wednesday evening swim will take a break from the 1st June. This is only a short term break over winter and the session will be back in August/September.

End of Season Party

This year our End of Season party will be held at the Regatta Hotel on Saturday 18th June. The evening will include a 2 course dinner, drinks, awards, prizes and celebrations and we would love for your partners to join you for the evening.

Tickets are $90 including drinks and $60 for dinner and non-alcoholic drinks. Tickets can be paid for via direct deposit into account:
Tri Nation
BSB 014 696
Account 2114 76308

Club Kit

The Scody shop is open until 5pm today for running t-shirts and singlets. All Triathlon Queensland members will have received a $25 voucher from Scody which you can use in the online store.mark trucker camp

We’ll open the shop again in early August for kit orders for the new season.
 
We also have the following kit and sizes currently in stock: 
Unisex: 
Hoodie – Medium only – $30 
Visors – $25 
Trucker Caps – $20 
Swim Caps – $5 

Mens: 
Triathlon Jersey – Med/Large – $100 Triathlon Knicks – Large only – $100 Tri Suit One Piece – Med/Large -$170 
Cycling Jersey Race Fit – Large – $125
Cycling Bib and Brace – Large only – $125 

Ladies: Tri Suit One Piece – Sizes 8 – $170 
Tri Suit Lamina One Piece – Sizes 8 and 10 – $190 
Cycling Jersey Relaxed Fit – Size 10 – $110 
Cycling Bib and Brace – Size 10 – $125

Noosa Training Camp

The Noosa Triathlon training camp is booked in for the weekend of the 10th and 11th of September. The camp will start in Brisbane on the Friday morning and finish in Noosa at lunchtime on the Sunday.

Lock the date into your diary now. Full details will be released in June/July.

New Member Profile

Hailey CuttsEach month we will profile one of our new members to introduce them to the squad. This month is Hailey Cutts. Hailey moved from the Gold Coast at the end of last year and is currently training towards the Noosa Triathlon. 

Hailey often attends the windtrainer and run sessions as well as the Wednesday night swim. 

Keep your eye out for her at training. We’re sure she would love a friendly hello!

Beginner Tri Tip

What races are suitable for beginners?

The Queensland Tri Series is one of the best triathlon series in Australia and have distances suitable for everyone. They have just released their dates for the new season starting at Raby Bay on the 25th of September.

Check out their full event calendar online at www.qldtriseries.com.au 

Upcoming Races

Upcoming races until the end of July that Tri Nation will be at are:

  • Cairns Ironman & 70.3 – 12th June
  • Gold Coast Marathon Festival – 2nd/3rd July

Monthly Prize Draw

mizunoStarting this month we will now have a monthly prize draw for all our current training members. The winners for May are:
* $50 Shoes Feet Gear voucher – Garry Notridge
* Massage with Gerrard Gosens – Greg Epps
* Mizuno running shoes – Cassie Matcham

To claim your prize just send us an email and we’ll arrange.

Improving Aerodynamics on the Bike

Byron Bay Triathlon

April 2016 Training Update

Race Results

We are now getting towards the end of the season with races becoming less regular over the weekends. In the past month we have seen athletes compete at Mooloolaba Triathlon, Kingscliff Triathlon, Gold Coast Luke Harrop Memorial Triathlon and Putrajaya 70.3.

Mooloolaba Triathlon

Congratulations to squad members Garry Notridge, Ornaith Hanna and Caren Biddulph who completed their first Olympic Distance Triathlon at Mooloolaba. Both Ornaith and Caren completed our beginners course in October so it was great to see them out there racing.

The girls were leading the results list at Mooloolaba with Jocelyn Hutton and Stella Foley both placing 3rd in the 25-29 and 30-34 categories. Training is going well as both Jocelyn and Stella prepare for long course events Busselton 70.3 and Cairns Ironman respectively.

Gold Coast Triathlon

The Gold Coast Triathlon is becoming one of the must do events on the calendar. It is a great weekend away with the Elite Triathletes racing on the Saturday and many squad members making a weekend of it.

It was great to see new members Brenda Lincez, Megan Lincez and Nicole Murphy complete their first Sprint distance tri at the Gold Coast. All three have been regular faces at training completing their beginner’s course at Raby Bay in February. 

Putrajaya 70.3 Chris BaileyCongratulations to Geoff Holt for his 2nd place in the 60-64 category
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Putrajaya 70.3

We recently had Chris Bailey racing at Putrajaya 70.3. Chris’ goal was to qualify for the Sunshine Coast 70.3 World Champs in September and after missing out on an entry to Cairns and other race dates not working around injury struggles and family commitments this was Chris’ only shot. On race day Putrajaya delivered the hottest conditions that Chris has ever raced in but his 4:34 gave him 3rd place in the 40-44 age group, 7th age grouper overall and a conveted spot to the World Champs.

 

Training

With two key races left in the season for many athletes in the squad – Byron Bay Triathlon on May 7th and Cairns IM/70.3 on June 12th there will still be a high level of intensity in the sessions before it backs off a bit over winter. 

Our new training timetable is working well with the Thursday morning cycling proving to be a popular session and Friday morning running starting to build up.

Triathlon EOSPEnd of Season Party

This year our End of Season party will be held at the Regatta Hotel on Saturday 18th June. The evening will include dinner, drinks, awards, prizes and celebrations and we would love for your partners to join you for the evening.

Tickets will be available to purchase next month, so just save the date and look forward to a great night out.

New Coach – Kristin Muir

We are excited to announce that long time member Kristin Muir will be joining our coaching team. Kristin has already started helping Brad with the latest beginner’s group on Friday mornings and then will be teaming up with Mark to assist him with on-road cycling and run sessions.

Kristin has a lot to offer the squad with many years coaching hockey as well as having completed 3 Ironman events and multiple other triathlons.

Cairns Training Camp

We have one spot left on our training camp in Noosa over the Anzac Day long weekend. These camps are a great excuse to get away for the weekend and in Noosa we are spoilt for choice with training venues and cycling routes.

Full details of the camp are online on our website. If you are interested in coming along then reply to this email to grab the last spot.

Triathlon training finsBeginner Triathlon Tip

What swimming fins should I buy?

For beginner swimmers we recommend starting with the long fins. These will provide you with the most forward propulsion whilst lifting your hips higher in the water. 

Those that are already capable of swimming 2-3km in the open water comfortably may receive more training benefit from the shorter variety which will help strengthen hamstrings and glutes.

Upcoming Races

Upcoming races until the end of June that Tri Nation will be at are:

  • Byron Bay Triathlon – 7th May
  • Cairns Ironman & 70.3 – 12th June
IM NZ 2016

Ironman New Zealand

IM New Zealand 2016

March Newsletter

Race Results

IM New ZealandWe had a particularly big weekend of racing with many squad members racing locally and overseas. Full results can be viewed on Facebook but we have a few special mentions from the weekend:

Tweed Coast Enduro

Chris Bailey 1st place 35-39 and 5th overall in 4:21. Chris’ family and work commitments make training extremely challenging but he works very closely with head coach Mark on a very specific program to ensure when he races he is fit. Next up is Malaysian 70.3 in an attempt to qualify for the Age Group World Champs.

Stella Foley 2nd place in 30-34 and only her second long course race in 5:01. After doing our beginner course late last year and having come from a marathon running background Stella clearly has some natural talent and is now working with Mark on getting ready for Ironman Cairns. 

Sue Meehan 2nd place in 50-54. Getting back into the long course game and also getting ready for Cairns , Sue is working with coach Brad to have her fit and firing for her third Ironman. 

Jane Saxby completed her first half IM in 7.22.  The family that plays together stays together as fiance Ian Parnell also raced. Next is their wedding. 

Thanks also to Ian for taking the tent to Tweed for squad members to use. 

Coffs Harbour
Paul DoddNew Tri Nation member, ex pro and World Age group medalist Paul was 7th overall in his first triathlon at Coffs Harbour tri yesterday since Sunshine Coast 70.3 last year. Paul is aiming for 70.3 Worlds later in the year. 

Ironman New Zealand
Christy Collis. First time Ironman finisher in the 45-49 age group. Christy balances 4 kids, working at QUT as a professor and training and did it with aplomb in 13 hours flat. Great effort and smiled the whole way.

Craig Stocks. First time Ironman finisher and in the process has lost around 12kg and did everything right to finish in 11:41. Is now looking towards Cairns Ironman as he enjoyed it so much.

Kate Wardrope. Another first timer, married to Dave and mother of 2 kids that balances everything very well. Came across in 11.56.

Sarah JonesMother of 2, wife to Brad and delivered a personal best time by over an hour to come 8th in 10.48 on the back of a 3.44 marathon. Very impressive. 

Amanda Lucas. A 30 min PB and 3rd in her age group just missing out on a Kona spot. Will only get better and executed the perfect race.

Kristin Muir. Has been struggling with a knee injury leading in but ran tough to record a 30 min plus pb and looked great all day.

Training

March is race month for many athletes in the squad and sessions will work towards fine tuning the body in those final weeks. With such a busy month of racing and the conclusion of two of our major long course events, the Saturday morning sessions will take a break in March returning after Easter. 

In April the Cairns Ironman and 70.3 athletes will be focused on their last 12 weeks of training with Saturday sessions planned out accordingly. We have also now introduced a monthly short course weekend cycle. This ride will be with Ray and the date/location for the first ride will be released shortly.

Changes to the training timetable will be in place starting the week of the 21st March. These changes allow us to offer more in our cycling program as well as allowing the week to balance out better for most members.

Six Week Beginner Triathlon Course

Obeginner tri courseur last beginner’s course for the season will start on Tuesday 29th March. The course runs for six weeks and covers all aspects of the swim, bike and run. There is no minimum fitness or ability level required and all sessions have a technique and skill base.

At the end of the six weeks course participants will take part in the Byron Bay Triathlon weekend which includes Tempta and Sprint distance options. Full details are available online (click here).

Cairns Training Camp

Due to popular request we will be running a training camp in Noosa that will target the Cairns Ironman and 70.3. The camp will run over the Anzac Day long weekend and start late afternoon on Friday 22nd April. As we only have limited accommodation booked please ensure you register as soon as possible to confirm your spot. 

We now have over 10 athletes entered in the Ironman at Cairns and many more planning on travelling up for the 70.3 event so it should be a great weekend. Full details are online (click here).

Thanks Tim!

Tim ColesUnfortunately with our new timetable changes and Tim’s commitments to his new shop and trail running group he is no longer able to continue coaching with us at Tri Nation. 

We are very sad to say goodbye to Tim in a coaching role as he has been a great asset to the team over the last 2 years. With 3 sessions left, coffee post run next Tuesday will be an extra special one as Tim’s last Tuesday run session.

8 IM in 8 Days Around Australia

Our good friend Craig Percival is currently doing 8 IM in 8 days in 8 States to raise money for the John McLean Foundation. This Saturday he will be doing the Brisbane leg of the event starting at 6am from Healthstream. If you’re not at Mooloolaba for the Tri he would love for people to join him. It will be the 7th of his 8 IM events so no doubt he will need all the support he can get. The ride will be 6 x Riverloops and the run will be out and back from Healthstream to the Regatta along the bike path.

Beginner Triathlon Tip

Rest and recover. To get the most out of your training sessions you need to ensure you are recovering adequately. This includes not doing too much training too early, getting enough sleep and having something to eat within the first 30 minutes after a hard session. 

It is common to find people not recovering properly after they train. To see the best results, get your rest right and you’ll not only make improvements but stay in the sport for years to come.

January Training Update

Greetings of the Season

New Year resolutionsFrom everyone at Tri Nation we would like to welcome all our members back from the Christmas and New Year break as we head into another year.

We hope your festive season was filled with happiness and good times with loved ones.

The first race of 2016 is already behind us with a few of our members competing at the QTS event at Robina on Sunday which also doubled as the National Sprint Champs.

A special congratulations to Jan Avery Spoor who took out the title in her 60-64 age group. Jan shows no signs of slowing down and continues to impress with her race results.

Looking ahead on the race front we have members competing at QTS events at Caloundra and Raby Bay leading into Mooloolaba and Kingscliffe. For long course we have the Tweed Enduro and IM New Zealand in 8 weeks so there is lot’s to look forward to.

Our first beginner course of 2016 has started with 18 excited participants in training for the QTS event at Raby Bay on February 21st. And next weekend we have our first training camp for the year at Noosa over 4 days.

Training

The training calendar and session locations are set to try and suit as many people as possible as well as cater for the different abilities and events that members are training for.

Depending on those factors, further demand and lane hire space there may be slight changes to the calendar. Generally though the Monday to Friday sessions are locked in and are unlikely to change.

Weekend sessions are generally revolved around long course for those members aiming to compete in half and iron distance events. All members are welcome to attend and they are also free in that those members with 10 session passes and on social membership will be not be charged for attending.

The only squad sessions that are not free on a weekend will be sessions at Healthstream where it involves lane hire costs.

The weekend sessions are often seasonal depending on what events are coming up. For example there will be weekend sessions right through to June with IM Cairns and then after a short break they will resume leading into the next long course event the squad is focusing on. At this stage we are looking at IM Busselton as the next key focus for the squad.

Uniforms

We currently have a limited number of tri suits in stock plus new stock arriving in early February. For running and cycling kit the shop will be opening shortly for orders. Stay tuned for updates.

Fundraising 2016

As triathletes we are very fortunate to have our health and the ability to do this wonderful sport. There are many that are not so lucky who would love to be able to do what we can.  In the past we have always made an effort to support others whether it be Smile for Smiddy, the Endeavour Foundation, Epilepsy Qld, Special Olympics and local charities such as the Geebung Special School.  All up over the last few years we have raised almost $200,000 for different charities.

In 2016 we would like to support something local and are calling for suggestions from squad members.  It might be a family that requires assistance looking after a ill family member or a local organization that requires assistance with equipment.  Over the year we would like to run different fundraising activities that we facilitate as a squad and then assist someone who really needs it.

If you have any ideas or know of such people please send mark@tri-nation.com.au an e-mail. From there out intention is to form a committee to drive and facilitate the fundraising though the year.

 

beginner triathlon 2015

October Training Update

Beginner Courses

beginner triathlonOur first beginner course of 2015 recently finished their 6 week program at the Raby Bay QTS event on October 11th.  We had 10 lovely ladies complete the course and really bond together to form some strong friendships and overcome some new challenges.

They have already started coming to some of the squad sessions and we look forward to working with them into the future for more challenges.

Welcome to the squad Stella Foley, Sarah Flanagan, Aymee Hogbin, Cassie Matcham, Ornaith Hanna, Brittany Gardiner, Anna Carrick, Caren Biddulph, Peta Peterson and Rebecca Ward.

Our latest beginner program started this week with another 8 keen and excited participants. This time we have 7 ladies and one lucky guy, Brad who will have the pleasure of working with the girls for the next 6 weeks.

Noosa Triathlon

The biggest event on the Australian triathlon calendar is undoubtedly Noosa.  The location, the events on offer and then the party make it a must do each year for thousands of people.  The Tri Nation team will be there as usual getting amongst it.

As per other years we will have the Saturday morning ride and breakfast/coffee after. The ride is at 6.30am from the Tri Nation tent on Noosa Parade. It will be an easy 45 min spin to turn the legs over and then enjoy the company of good friends with breakfast and coffee afterwards. We will be heading to Café Le Monde for a 7.30am start.

The ride will be an easy ride and all abilities are welcome. There will be 2-3 groups depending on numbers. There will be a group with Suz for those members that are newer to cycling.

On Sunday afternoon from 3pm at the Reef Hotel we’ll be getting together for some post-race drinks. We’ll be giving away some Mizuno shoes and Shoes Feet Gear vouchers via a lucky door prize so it would be great to see everyone there including family and friends.

Engagement and babies

Congratulationss to Michael Zink and Alana Taylor on their recent engagement. Michael and Alana are another couple who met through the squad. We get as much joy out of people meeting and forming life long friendships and becoming partners as we do with people completing their first race.

Also a big congrats to Vina Hess and Jess O’ Sullivan who both gave birth to their first child recently. Vina had a little girl Scarlett while Jess had a little boy Hamish. Hamish is also grandson to Jan Avery-Spoor. Vina and Jess have both been long time supporters of the squad and we wish them all the best.

 2016 Training camp, Noosa

Our first training camp for 2016 will be in Noosa from Saturday January 23rd to Tuesday January 26th. We will be staying at the Sun Lagoon resort on Quamby Place, Noosa. It is located on the Noosa River and only 1km from Hastings Street.

The camp will cater for those people focusing on long course events and also for those targeting events like the Mooloolaba Tri.  All abilities are welcome and encouraged to attend.

These training camps are a great for getting in some quality training in the best training location in Queensland but also for getting to know many of the other squad members. We can guarantee quality training, great food and lots of laughs.

Full details are at http://tri-nation.com.au/training/brisbane/triathlon-training-camps/

Long Course Program

Our Long Course program from 2015/16 has commenced.  There will be programmed rides and runs on the weekends through the season now to help prepare athletes training for the different long course events on offer.

We had athletes compete at the recent Port Macquarie 70.3 and then in 3 weeks Hervey Bay 100 plus athletes competing at IM Western Australia, Ballarat 70.3, Hell of the West, Geelong 70.3, IM New Zealand, IM Australia and Cairns 70.3 and IM Cairns.

Additionally at sessions during the week such as Tuesday morning run and Wednesday morning WT/treadmill we will have different sets for the long course athletes

New Sponsors

We would like to announce three new sponsors to Tri Nation.  As part of our commitment to trying to provide a team of experts for our members all of these new sponsors are there to benefit our members and improve your race performances.

Gerrard Gosens Sports and Remedial massage.

Gerrard is now operating a massage service out of Healthstream at Gardens Point.  Along with being a duel para Olympian Gerrard is an accomplished athlete, public speaker and successful businessman.

He understands athletes and what they go through.  Tri Nation members will receive a discounted rate of $75 per massage. Bookings can be made by calling Gerrard on 0407 144 211.

Each month we’ll be giving away a free massage to a Tri Nation member as a prize.

In the near future you’ll also be able to book online through the Healthstream website. www.healthstreamqut.com.au

Gerrard will be joining the Tri Nation team on the upcoming 500km Road relay and acting as team masseuse.

Custom Bike Fit

Many of our members already know Michael Baker from Custom Bike Fit. Michael provides bike fitting from his studio in Maroochydore.

As part of his commitment to Tri Nation Michael will now be travelling to Brisbane on a regular basis to offer bike fitting with 10% off to our members at Healthstream. The first of those will be on Saturday December 5th.

Michael’s website is www.custombikefit.com

Alderley Chiropractic

Matt from Alderley Chiropractic has also come on board to support Tri Nation members. Some of our members are already seeing Matt and getting great results including the coaching team.

Matt specialises in treating athletes and being an athlete himself he understands the demands on your body.

The first treatment is free and then afterwards is $45 per session for Tri Nation members. Bookings can be made on line by visiting the website at www.alderleychiropractic.com.au

 Tri Nation Christmas Party

christmas beachSave the date, the time to party is here. Sunday December 13th at the Charming Squire is the date for the Tri Nation Christmas Party.

The $2,000 won as part of the Club Championship will be used to put towards the expenses. Tickets are $15 per person and partners are invited.  We will start collecting the money for the tickets from the end of November.

Canapes and a bar tab are included as part of the price. It will be a great way to finish the year so please join us to celebrate.

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