As part of the tonnes of entertainment taking place in this years 2009 Queenie Festival there is also the crazy beach sport of Flipper Football!
The Flipper Football tournament is taking place on Friday 3 July as part of the ‘Love you beach’ event taking place on Port Erin Beach from 6pm.
For those of you not familiar with Flipper Football here is a short run down:
1. The main element is fun – well would you take it seriously!
2. Mixed teams and ages can take part
3. There are 5 players on field per side at any one time, with one sub available
4. There is no goalie
5. The only time you can touch with ball with your hands is for a throw in
6. It’s a real laugh
7. Flippers are provided
8. Its difficult to swerve the ball
9. You don’t have to be good at football
10. Its different
So if you fancy getting a team together for a bit of fun, why not download an entry form here Flipper Football Entry Form and return your entry to:
Isle of Man Queenie Festival
Port St Mary
Two recipe competitions have been launched as part of the 2009 Isle of Man Queenie Festival. The public, and Chef’s from the Island’s hospitality sector, are invited to enter imaginative Manx Queenie dishes to be judged as part of this year’s week-long festival.
This year’s recipe competitions take on a new format, pitting the finalists against each other in a Masterchef style cook off. The two head-to-head battles will be open to the public and will be judged by a select panel. The winner will be announced following the cook offs on Friday 3rd July 2009.
Entries to the public recipe competition will be narrowed down to two finalists who will compete head-to-head for the trophy and prize of £100 worth of seafood.
The prestigious hospitality recipe competition provides a platform for the Island’s finest Chef’s to showcase their talent. The winning entry will receive the esteemed Isle of Man Queenie Festival Hospitality Recipe Trophy as well as £200 worth of seafood.
The Manx Queenie recipe competition sponsor, Paddy’s Market, has kindly provided the seafood prizes for both competitions.
All recipe entries should be supplied on the Competition Entry Forms by 3pm on Saturday 20th June 2009. Entry forms can be downloaded from the Queenie Festival website, www.queeniefestival.com or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. More information and updates for the 2009 Isle of Man Queenie Festival can be found on their website or on the Queenie Festival Facebook page.