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Some pictures from The NSW Sabre State Titles which were held last weekend at Wallagoot sailing club. A big thanks to Wallagoot boat club for running the event which was held in excellent sailing conditions. ... See MoreSee Less

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Last Saturday saw another sailing season starts for the Sabre sailors at Connells Point Sailing Club. ... See MoreSee Less

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Time to get the Sabre out of the deep freeze and join some local races! Love to hear how the season has started in your clubs. Kogarah Bay kicks off tomorrow, Connells Point kicked off today though I suspect the big Westerly means starting next week. Whats happening people? ... See MoreSee Less

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Today at Kogarah Bay ‘into the woods’ was ‘into the wind’ Jamie Simpson lapped up a tricky breeze that was North one moment, then NW another and South Easterly the next. The term breeze was at times exaggeration with tide more than wind propelling us forward (or backwards) Jamie blitzed it winning by two marks from his closest rival. How did the Connells Point crew fare? Wallagoot? Looked like Wendy’s breeze to me. Here’s Craig who came in second, only after a withdrawal from Aurora. There was rarely as much breeze as shown here. Last sail of the season next Saturday 😪 ... See MoreSee Less

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Our third State title to be held recently at Lake Wallagoot Boat Club was another success and brought smiles to the locals as out-of-towners came to stay and play. This stunning piece of water set in the Bournda National Park near Tathra is one of the best stretches (and least used) in Australia.