[CUCBC Contacts] Croker
ben_duggan at oartec.co.uk
Tue Nov 15 15:34:17 GMT 2011
Firstly, just a reminder about Emma Sprints as the deadline for entries is
tomorrow. The link to the entry form is in the forwarded email below.
Secondly, I wanted to draw your attention to the annual Emma Cocktails
which will be held on Sunday (20th) evening in Emmanuel College Upper Hall
from 7-11pm. The event is advertised on the entry forms for the novice
Emma Sprints race but the invite is also intended for senior crews as well.
It is a great social occasion with a live Jazz band and unlimited
cocktails - a great way to celebrate success in Winter Head, share in the
success of your Novice crews that are racing on Sunday or simply pre-drink
before a crew night out to Life! The past couple of years have been really
Tickets are limited and can be reserved by emailing Matt Naish on
mn359 at cam.ac.uk and the cost of tickets is £8 - cheques to "Emmanuel Boat
Club" should be placed in Matt Naish's pigeon hole at Emma. Dress is smart
casual and Blazers may be worn.
EBC Captain of Boats
On 8 November 2011 23:06, Matt Naish <matthew.naish at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Emma Sprints 2011 is taking place on Sunday 20th November. Entries are now
> open until
> 16th November. Forms and additional information are attached and will be
> available here:
> Get keen as this is the first race of the Novice calendar and a great
> introduction to racing.
> Cocktails in the evening also provides a great social occasion where all
> are welcome, and
> at only £8 to book a ticket is a great value evening (purchase tickets
> from mn359 or with
> race applications). This year we hope to manage better in difficult
> conditions with some
> minor amendments to the rules, we anticipate a good turnout and with the
> standard fancy
> dress, doughnuts, and exciting racing, this event is not to be missed!
> Division winners will
> receive free tickets to the Emma cocktails. I'll be getting the draw on
> the website as soon
> as possible after the deadline, where results will also be updated live as
> the event unfolds.
> Standard safety rules apply: heel restraints in place, life jackets for
> coxes, and correctly
> fitted bow balls, and we reserve the right to turn away any crew we deem
> If anyone would like any further information, or would like to organise a
> senior row through
> please contact me on mn359 at cam.ac.uk. Row throughs are limited as we will
> be quite
> tight on time and will be offered on a first come first serve basis.
> CUCBC Captains' Mailing List
> captains at lists.cucbc.org
> List Manager: webmaster at cucbc.org
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