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Australian Masters Games cancelled

by MOFSC On Water Coordinator 6 Apr 2022 02:52 BST 23-30 April 2022

Unfortunately, MOFSC has had to cancel this national sailing event due to limited entry numbers.

The Commodore, Kevin Luff, would like to thank Rob Rooke, Sailing Convenor, and his committee for the work the team has done behind the scenes for the Australian Masters Games regatta.

"It takes many hours of work, and to now have to cancel the event, it's a shame, but we live in a Covid world which throws curve balls at us all the time. I once again thank the AMG committee." - Kevin Luff, Commodore.

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