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The Pen – Issue 5

This month continues to be huge with the club turning 10 this week. A big thank you to all that have been involved over the last 10 years.  I speak for many members past and present when I say that the club has been a catalyst for so many fantastic friendships.  The strength of the club comes from those strong foundations that can only build with time and dedication.  It has been a privilege to see it organically grow to what it has today and know that the next 10 years will be huge!!  The celebrations will take place on Saturday 24th November at 7pm, at Tim’s Surf and Turf.  Please see Nikki at the front desk to confirm your spot (24 spots remaining).  It will be a great night combining our end of year awards with the 10th Anniversary.  The best & fairest voting cards will be out next month, please get involved as the more votes we get the better the awards.  The kids won’t miss out on the fun with their function to take place on at Lake Leanyer the following weekend.

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The Pen – Issue 2

This week the Jitz kids started with an impressive display, they managed to put most of this years skills together for some beautiful position transitions. The coaches were blown away! The kids 2 class started slowly but many push ups later and with a good no gi class on Thursday under their belt they put in a super hard stand up Shark Tank followed by a teams battle. Both teams got behind their players with team 2 just getting the win. Tadhg returned from Nationals after a great performance and was interviewed on Facebook. The Adults started strong with a big Monday morning. The team have really supported Chris in the last 6 weeks to ensure he is in peak form for next weeks Worlds.

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The Pen – Issue 1

 

 

Big week: Public Holiday meant we got a sleep in Monday and rolled at 9. Then it was off to coffee where Reece introduced us to the new member of the family. The mats had to come up for the new fan installation. It was worth it, the area is much cooler and quieter. Tunes are much easier to hear! The kids were pushed hard, working on weaknesses and loads of push ups. With World Masters around the corner everyone is pushing Chris to ensure his game is ready.