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Old 06-03-2006, 06:16 PM   #1
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Allhallows Basic Race - Update from AYC

AYC have finally moved its Basic Shakedown Race to accommodate the National Points Events.

I can now confirm the Allhallows Basic Race will be held on the Easter weekend of the 15th/16th April 2006. RYA calendar is to be changed shortly.

Being a long weekend we are inviting you all to come, get signed in and join us until Monday. We intend to scrutineer and arrange testing on Saturday with entertainment in the evening and racing on Sunday.

We are inviting Class III, OCR and the Thundercats, all of which have shown a very positive interest and being an Open anyone is invited to race who is suitably equipped to RYA PB1 rules- MAX 2.5L

Race programmes will be available soon.

It will shape up to be an excellent weekend with lots of partying as well as racing.

If you are interested and would like event information to be sent to you, send me a PM and I will forward you all the details as they are printed, I will be trying to negotiate some accommodation with Bourne Leisure for racers and officials, otherwise camping is free....

on behalf of AYC Ltd
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Old 06-03-2006, 08:27 PM   #2
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I wont be ready for it mores the pity.
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shame you cant make it blufin!!

Are any other Boatmad members doing it this time?

lookin forward to this one!
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We might do it not sure yet?

kinnel' you Might ?? Matts NOT, we are gonna be all alone with them there phantoms!
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I guess it will be
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and me in my tunnel,dun dun dar!!!!!
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kinnel' you Might ?? Matts NOT, we are gonna be all alone with them there phantoms!
Mate if ya boat goes as well as it did at bournemouth you'll be fine! Why isnt matt doin it? I thought he was up for it?
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Do it!!! Would be a crack!
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Re: Allhallows Basic Race - Update from AYC

[QUOTE]Originally posted by jay
AYC have finally moved its Basic Shakedown Race to accommodate the National Points Events.

I can now confirm the Allhallows Basic Race will be held on the Easter weekend of the 15th/16th April 2006. RYA calendar is to be changed shortly.

Being a long weekend we are inviting you all to come, get signed in and join us until Monday. We intend to scrutineer and arrange testing on Saturday with entertainment in the evening and racing on Sunday.

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Race programmes will be available soon.

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If you are interested and would like event information to be sent to you, send me a PM and I will forward you all the details as they are printed, I will be trying to negotiate some accommodation with Bourne Leisure for racers and officials, otherwise camping is free....

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Old 06-03-2006, 09:51 PM   #13
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Night Nurse, with Black Thunder would really like to be there but would be pushed to do so.... But count us as a vary maybe, it is very tight but could be done....

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Night Nurse, with Black Thunder would really like to be there but would be pushed to do so.... But count us as a vary maybe, it is very tight but could be done....

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We will do are up most best to get the boat ready in time, we need a good testing session anyway so all the more reason to do it!!

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We will do are up most best to get the boat ready in time, we need a good testing session anyway so all the more reason to do it!!

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We'll be there need the practice!!!!!! And its a great weekend, cant wait to get aquainted with Barney bear again.
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Thank F**K for that!! least we'll know someone!!
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There are several BOATMADDERS resident at Allhallows:- There's Me, Bazza and DBE1 just to name a few, so I'm sure you'll find someone to talk to!
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