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The RL24 Hall of Fame

See also The NSW State Championship Hall of Fame.

RL24 National Championship Winners and Venues

View: RL24 National Championships Winners and Venues 2022


NATIONAL CHAMPIONS DROP KEEL DIVISION

View: RL24 National Champions DK 1990 to 2022


 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS SWING KEEL DIVISION

      

View: RL24 National Champions SK 1990 to 2022


ROB LEGG INVITATION SERIES

 

The RL24 Association proudly announces that the 3 Invitation Races that precede the Nationals each year will be known as the Rob Legg Invitation Series to honour the remarkable efforts made by Rob Legg to design and produce the RL24 trailable yacht.

The Rob Legg Invitation Series will have a new perpetual trophy.

The Rob Legg Invitation Series trophy was designed and made by Phil Lowe from Illawarra Yacht Club.

The trophy consists of a model of an RL24 in the foreground and the original RL24 Class flag made for the first National Championships held at Southport, Qld in 1974.

View: ROB LEGG INVITATION SERIES TROPHY 2022


NATIONAL HANDICAP WINNERS

The Handicap Trophy was donated by Illawarra Yacht Club in January 2018.

A partial listing from 1993 to 2022 for 1st Place on  Handicap is included.

The RL24 Association seeks input from previous winners to help complete this list.

Please email Colin Boylan on boylan.colin@gmail.com if you can assist.

View: RL24 National Handicap Trophy RESULTS 1993-2022


TOAD OF BARMERA RECIPIENTS 

View: TOAD TROPHY 2022


COOLIBAH TEAMS TROPHY     

  

The Coolibah Teams Trophy was donated by Barry Arnold.

It is awarded to a team of 3 RL24s representing their state that score the highest combined points over the Nationals series each sailing season.                               

VIEW: Coolibah State Teams Trophy


 

THE OLDEST SKIPPER FLAG

 

The oldest skipper flag was donated by Rob Legg and used at the first National Championships in 1974.   

Across the white top of the Australian Flag written in biro is this text:

 

‘ Used at RL24 Champs 24/8/’74 South Port’

 

This Trophy is awarded annually to the oldest skipper competing at a National Championships*.

 

The Trophy

The Trophy was designed by Colin Boylan from the Illawarra Yacht Club and hand made by Phil Lowe from the Illawarra Yacht Club, Wollongong, New South Wales.  Its dimensions are 30 x 30 x 62cms.  It has been designed so that the trophy can be folded down to make transporting it easier.

 

 

* = early records of the recipients from 1974 through to 1980 are missing!  If you can help with adding these recipients, please contact the Secretary of the RL24 Association.

View: OLDEST SKIPPER FLAG 2022


BRUCE CASTLES PARTICIPATION AWARD

Donated by the family of Bruce Castles

Bruce Castles 1939 – 2002
Founding and Life Member RL24 Association
National President 1988, 1989, 1990, 2000, 2001
National secretary 1983, 1984, 1993, 1994, 1995
National Champion 1982

 

View: BRUCE CASTLES PARTICIPATION AWARD 2022

 

  


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