Best of luck to all competing on Saturday!
Plan for the day is as follows:
12.00 Registration and payment (on balcony under scoreboard)
12.50 4 x 50m medley relay (2 heats)
13.05 Andrew Bree
13.40 4 x 50m freestyle relay (2 heats)
13.55 Andrew Bree
14.30 4 x 200m freestyle relay (1 heat)
14.45 Andrew Bree
15.30 ? x 50m relay (open to all)
If you are going to the Europeans in London you can pick up your gear also under the scoreboard.
If you are going to London but can’t make it to the NAC Aisling will be in Limerick on May 8th to distribute gear.
Slightly off topic (not indoor) but related (out door).
Here is the Munster open water DRAFT calendar. It may be subject to change so keep an eye out. Anyhoo……The calendar so far for the summer months is here. Carol Cashell has added the links to the events that are now open, so if you re considering going, sign up soon.
If you are from another province, please send me on your calendar and I will include this also. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do decide to swim in the open water outside of an organised event, swim safe and do not swim alone.
Good news and bad. The good news is you still have time to enter the relay gala .
The Relay gala and Training session are on 30th April. The closing date for the early bird payment is 21st.
If you just turn up for the training session it’ll cost you an extra euro and put Declan to a lot of trouble finding room for you.
Bad news the Limerick Session which is on the 8th is full and currently has a waiting list.
Two great events by all accounts. Well done to everyone involved.
Results can be seen Here for the Ulster Masters and Here for Kingdom Masters results.
Good luck to everyone competing in the Ulster Masters this weekend.
Ulster masters 2016 session-report
Ulster masters 2016 psych-sheet-
Thank yo to Jeff for the written up:
1) We had a great holiday/gala in Palma. The weather wasn’t as good as last year, in fact it poured with rain on Friday, but it was two weeks earlier than last year! There were 30 from Aer Lingus and another 30 from Sundays Well/Cork/Sandycove Island so plenty of Irish support. The Sunday session finished in time for a very long lunch with more than enough booze for all of us.
Results are here
. I entered the “Complete Swimmer” competition where they add the times from the four fifty’s and the 100 IM. Unusually there were 5 or 6 swimmers in my age group (70 -74) and the winner set three European records!! I was last!!!!
2) While we were looking for the sun in Palma another team were in Sheffield at the British Masters. Dymphna Morris put together the following results
. She reckons there were 16 Golds 5 Silvers, 5 Bronzes and 14 Irish records (STR). Thanks Dymphna
I’ve put together the rankings as I think they should be. Well done guys!
the latest Munster Records.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support.
Session 1 warm up 8.30am to 9.50am. Start time 10.00am
Session 2 warm up 1.45pm to 2.35pm. Start time 2.45pm.
Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Tim O Connell.