The club committee has approved training by Josh. It starts this Saturday 13th July at 7.00AM at Access 11. All are welcome. This training will run for the next 6 weeks.
The focus will be;
- 1. Training to assist those in the Aust Titles, Coast of Origin team and Malibu.
- 2. All members for skills based training.
- 3. Contest strategies & tag team strategies.
It is important for all wanting to take advantage of the training to attend on Saturday as Josh and I will break members into groups of 8 indentified by their current ability levels from Beginner to Advanced, Skills wanting to be learned eg, nose riding, turns, trim & flow etc.
This will allow us to advise you of the days and times each week that the most relevant training will be provided for you.
Please e-mail Brad or facebook comment that you are coming so we will be prepared. This will ensure we can target what you want to get out of the training.
email@example.com or Noosa malibu Club Facebook
For those that you know do not have or use e-mail or facebook, can you please let them know and respond on their behalf. All information will be provided on Saturday so please be there on beach with your boards by 7AM
There is NO COST for members and All are welcome.
This months club competition at the Groyne saw most of the rounds surfed of the left hand bank in small fat 1-2 foot waves. Here is a fun little clip of the meet, would have been move if the battery didn’t die on us.
The skies may have been grey,but a big ray of sunshine shone at the first Groyne Noosa on Saturday.
The Disabled Surfers held their Noosa “Let’s Go Surfing Day “ on not the best of days,with discoloured water,rain and wind chop.
It was smiles all round, the surfers with help from Siena College,Noosa Mal Club,Parents and helpers all enjoying themselves. Because once you are wet you are wet weather it be from the surf or the rain. The sausage sizzle was a big hit at the end of the morning and gave the volunteers a chance to take a break.
We have just received an email from Tim Byrne asking for help this saturday with the disable surfers. Meeting place will be the first groyne (near rock wall) starting time 8.30am finishing 12.00am with lunch thrown in.
If you have never volunteered for this it is the most rewarding day you will ever have. Look forward to see our club members down there helping out.
Great work fund raising, $500 from the Noosa Malibu Club goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The monies raised is from the members of the Noosa Malibu Club from members contributions on our fund raising days.
Pictured here, Glenn, Ian, Sandra(from National Breast Cancer Foundation), Di Cuddihy and Win & Matt in the background.