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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by AnnaMei Chan on Yesterday at 11:01:16 »
Second Darragh Hollman
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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by sive on Yesterday at 09:08:51 »
Nominate Darragh Hollman
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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by Mícheál on September 26, 2022, 15:25:36 »
Second Luke Hodkinson
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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by Michelleoh on September 21, 2022, 12:41:56 »
Second Lorcan MacAudi
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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by ConnOG on September 19, 2022, 23:45:40 »
Nominate Luke Hodkinson
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Announcements / Re: EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by Capri Bum on September 19, 2022, 23:38:44 »
Lorcan MacAudi
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Announcements / EGM Sept 22/Equipment officer nominations
« Last post by Mícheál on September 19, 2022, 22:49:05 »
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our beloved Quippy has unfortunately stepped down from his position. As such, we will have an EGM on Thursday 29th September to vote in a new quippy. This post will be edited within the next few days with venue and time. 

Due to a few teething problems with the forum, this thread will serve as the nominations for equipment officer. As such please refrain from commenting anything other than a nomination/second.



The role of equipment officer is as follows:

The Equipment Officer shall be responsible for maintaining all club equipment and ensuring that all club premises be kept in a good state of organisation and cleanliness.  The Officer shall also recommend what purchases should be made and keep an inventory of what equipment is available and any losses incurred throughout the year.

The Equipment Officer must be of level 3 river kayak skills standard.

The position of Equipment Officer requires two nominations.
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River Guides / Re: Lower Flesk, Co. Kerry grade 2
« Last post by Peter O'Sullivan on April 11, 2022, 21:07:30 »
I finally got to paddle this river over the St. Patricks weekend. As expected it held water even when everything else was really low. There was only one bumpy rapid but the rest of it was good.

There isn't much gradient but I suspect it would fly along in higher levels. It's still grade 2 but I would love to see it with high water.

At the guide book start there was a cranky 'landowner' that said we couldn't get on there as it was his land while seeming fairly unsure the expent of his land. He conceded that fishermen could use 'his land' but not kayakers. So we got on about 200m upstream on river left.

The long start is about 11.2km, including the extra to avoid the cranky 'landowner'.

The river is plenty wide so trees shouldn't be an issue, but probably wise to look at the upstream side of the start bridge just to be sure.

We got out on river left here https://goo.gl/maps/VRziBPibnQxDUxod8. Maybe in high flows it would be easier to catch an eddie on river right and walk around. Priory Paddocks on river right says it's private and no parking. Again have a look at the get out when you're doing shuttle.

Stick to the main road for the shuttle even if google maps says to go the shorter local roads.
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Foreign Trips / Re: Alps 2022
« Last post by THEEE JAAAAYNE STEPHENS on December 10, 2021, 19:46:43 »
Jacqui and Ailbhe C are in!  afro.gif
FYI jacqui will eventually remember her password! :P
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Foreign Trips / Re: Alps 2022
« Last post by reidin on December 09, 2021, 10:49:50 »
yuh
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