Officials are those members responsible for the conduct of sports events within Surf Life Saving and there are a range of different roles undertaken by Officials including referees, starters, judges, recorders and marshals.  To become an Official you must be 16 yrs or older, a financial member of South Maroubra SLSC and attend an Officials Course.  If you are interested then please review the attached flyer on upcoming Officials Courses.

New and existing members that wish to gain their Bronze Medallion (15yrs +) or the Surf Rescue Certificate (13+) are encouraged to attend our BM/SRC introduction night being held at the South Maroubra Surf Club on Tuesday 4th October commencing at 6.30pm.  Training will commence the week after this induction and will take approximately 8 weeks.  Enquiries to Michael Fernandez Email:  education.smslsc.gmail.com

Friday 16th September @ Randwick Golf Club.  4 Ball Ambrose Event with a 7am report for 8am shotgun start. Cost $100 pp includes green fees, breakfast, lunch and some refreshments.  Enquiries or to book your team contact Jack Shaw:  jack.shaw@myclubcafe.com.  Proudly sponsorsed by the Maroubra Seals Club.

Attached is our surf club August newsletter containing Club Officers for this coming season, nipper, lifesaving and competition news and important dates.

Nipper renewal registrations for the upcoming season are now being taken.  Attached to this article are simple step by step instructions on how to renew memberships online.  Nipper renewals are due by the 9th September. Nipper Proficiency/pool assessment day is being held on Sunday 11th September at the Des Renford Aquatic Centre commencing from midday.

Attached to this article is the South Maroubra SLSC 2016 Annual Report.

A crewman's course is due to commence on Saturday 20th August at 8am. If you are interested in gaining your IRB crewman's please email Mike Fernandez expressing your interest. Min qualification is Bronze Medallion, Min age is 15 years.

Details Below:

When: Every Saturday 8am, commencing 20th August

Where: Meet outside the IRB shed

How long: Each session will run for 2 - 3 hours. Duration of the course is between 4 - 5 weeks.

Contactfernandez_14893_@hotmail.com  0422 554 011

Further details will be provided to those interested in completing the course.

Enrol for the 2016-17 Nipper Program at South Maroubra SLSC on Sunday 11th September at DRLC frm midday till 4pm.  Full details are attached to this article.

The South Maroubra Surfboat rowers are starting to plan for next season and are looking to recruit young people who are interested in learning the skill and grace of rowing surfboats.  The objective is to have crews competing for South Maroubra, next season, in the boys Junior Division (U19's) or the girls U23's divisions.

No experience is necessary, however people interested in this opportunity must be able to fulfil the following criteria:

Prepared to have great fun in the most exhilarating sport you have ever tried

Have a Bronze Medallion or are prepared to attain one

Prepared to fulfil club patrolling obligations

Willing to commit to a training program (min 3 sessions per week of which 1 is in the club gym)

Willing to join an already large fraternity of young boat rowers at South Maroubra for great times and adventures

Need to be a minium 16 years old by the 31st December 2016.

It is anticipated that the training and development program for new surfboat rowers will commence soon.  If you think this opportunity could be for you please contact our Boat Captain Phil Stivano on email:  phil.stivano@gazal.com.au for more information.