Bloody rain! It pelted down as we set up the casting arenas. Still, prospects of a tail wind looked good and I could see a break in the weather looming up within the next hour or so. The rain backed off to a bit of drizzle, but the wind couldn't make up its mind which way to blow.
Twelve brave souls and a couple of mini juniors turned up to have a go, and with Terry's and Mal's assistance we got through the day.
I had to stifle a laugh when Mal asked if the club had mineral exploration rights on the Oval. The sinkers and the plastic tubing were burying a good 20 cm and the only way was to follow the line and dig like hell.
Chas Riegert put down some great casts to win the 112 gram and 56 gram events. Conditions were quite tricky due to the swirling winds so it was a good effort. "Roy the Boy" again showed his class by winning the double handed event and was the overall winner of the Day.