Club dues for the 2016-2017 season remain unchanged at $200 for playing and practicing members and $50 for social members. Dues must be payed by September 1st. Please pay your dues to JP. Make cheques payable to Ebb Tide RFC. Interac transfers are also accepted.
National registration with Rugby Canada is now set up. Click on the following link: https://rcmembers.sportngin.com/register/form/106032108. Players registered with Ebb Tide last year can just log in. New members will have to sign up. This year, the fees are as follows: Rugby Canada membership fees for masters: $50; BCRU membership: $7.00; Processing fees: $2.85. Total: $59.85
Please remember that if club members participate in senior games outside the PNWO-40 Fixtures (such as 3rd Division players, Junior coaches or Managers, etc.), then they must be full Senior Members.
On Thursday, September 1, we will be training at Bullen Park. On September 8th, because of Rib Fest, we will be training at MacAuley Elementary. We will be back at Bullen afterwards.
Please note that the annual Ebb Tide vs Gorge Soccer sofball game that was scheduled for Saturday, August 13 has been cancelled.
More details to follow.
The 2016 Awards Night took place on June 16th at Windsor Pavillionl. Approximately 50 people were on hand for the occasion. A good time was had by all.
The award winners were:
Captain’s Award: (Player of the year): Paul Eby
Bind tight Award: (Forward of the year): Mike Braund
Big Shot Award: (Back of the Year): Jim Zosiak
Most Popular Player: Austin Jay
Most Inspirational: Bob Love
Old Geezer Award: Barry Wheelhouse
Road Runner: Rob Phillips
Fastest Ebb Tide: Mike Penner
Paddle of the Year: (shit disturber): Jim Turner
Road Warrior: Murk Toorenburgh
12:00 noon - Check In / Registration
1:00 pm Shotgun Start (64 Players required for Shotgun)
Metchosin Golf & Country Club
4100 Metchosin Road
$40 per player includes:
- Shamble Format (see below)
- 9 Holes of Golf
- Burger choice: sirloin cheeseburger, chicken burger, veggie burger
A shamble is a type of golf tournament that combines elements of a scramble with elements of regular stroke play. Like in a scramble, all members of a team tee off and the best ball of the four tee shots is selected. All players move their balls to the spot of the best ball. From this point, the hole is played out at stroke play, with all members of the team playing their own ball into the hole.