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The second Crewsaver super series event took place at Stone sailing club on the black water over the weekend of 10th/11th June. Competitors were met with full on sunshine and a force 3 which built during the afternoon to give perfect Phantom conditions.

The first race got away with local sailor Neil Fulcher and first time visitor Nick Orman from Castle Cove/Sutton Bingham showing first at the windward mark, with Tyler Harmsworth, Shoreham and Paul Beesley, Thorpe Bay in close attendance, the P shaped course provided some excellent reaches, the whole fleet stayed quite bunched for the first lap. Harmsworth made his way past Orman and Fulcher downwind to take the lead, Fulcher regained the lead on the next beat just rounding in front of Harmsworth, Orman and Beesley were having a battle royal behind with Orman managing to keep his nose ahead. Harmsworth again took the lead on the first reach a started to pull away until he encountered a vision problem up the final beat when he lost his glasses over the side, whilst attempting to recover them (lost cause really, as without them he couldn’t see) both Fulcher and Orman passed. Giving up on recovery Harmsworth carried on trying to keep close enough to Fulcher to find the marks. Orman got himself stuck in irons during a tack for what seemed like a life time letting Beesley through to third and Rod Thorpe, Creeksea through to Fourth.

The second race started with the breeze freshening, the windward mark saw James Case, Wells SC (welcome back to the fleet) first just rounding in front of Orman, Fulcher, Harmsworth and Beesley, Harmsworth again made his way to the front and started to pull out a comfortable lead which he maintained to the finish, behind the next 4 boats positions were changing like a game of snakes and ladders, upwind and down, Beesley used his superior down wind speed to take second ahead of Fulcher, Orman and Case.

Race 3 got underway after a short delay due the changing tide, which caught a few out at the start. Windward mark saw the usual suspects Fulcher lead with Harmsworth, Case, Orman, Thorpe and Beesley, Fulcher and Harmsworth battled all the way until again Harmsworth again sneaked past downwind (must be a weight thing). This race saw a number of retirements as the breeze strengthened, With the course tweaked to allow for the tide there were two fantastic fully hiked reaches to fly down. At the finish Harmsworth took the gun followed by Fulcher and Case, Orman crossed next to silence (the start of a trend) moving Thorpe up to fourth with Beesley fifth. Back on shore those who wanted watched some football game that had been recorded for them while the rest sat in the sun with Stella. The evening continued with a excellent meal at the club and banter with the Snipe fleet.

Sunday dawned bright and sunny, but unfortunate'y the breeze was also taking time off to sunbathe as well. Racing did get underway at midday in a light breeze that by all accounts should have built with the sea breeze, but didn’t. Orman and Harmsworth made the best of the first beat finding enough breeze to beat the tide, Case and Beesley were close behind. The ride down tide was pain full at times, Orman kept his concentration to lead through the gate the first lap, the next beat saw Case change up a gear finding more breeze on the right of the beat to take the lead at the windward mark.

Orman rounded just ahead of Harmsworth but then made a tactical mistake when he elected to try and cross in front of a cruiser making his way down tide, this allowed Harmsworth through to second. The race officer shortened to two laps with Case nearly throwing it away by over standing the finish as the wind swung, Harmsworth Second, Orman third, Beesley fourth. Race two started after the course was reset to the slightly steadier breeze. Case made no mistakes and lead from start to finish with Harmsworth, Beesley, Orman and Chris Roberts, Creeksea SC having a better race only to find he was OSC along with Beesley and Orman (again, must have been all that laser sailing he used to do) This promoted Nigel Blake of NH&EB into third, Fulcher to fourth and Jim Frost, Buckingham SC to fifth (good to see as he had put his back out during the second race on Sunday).

The final race started in the best breeze of the day, sadly it only lasted for half of the first beat, when it dropped and started shifting left, Case again aced the first beat with Orman on his heels, these two started to pull away from the rest until the wind went walkabouts coming and going from every direction, the whole fleet was reversed at one point. The race officer shortened as the fleet made its way to the down wind gate. Beesley was 10 yards from winning until the rest of the fleet blanketed him on the bear away to the mark Dave Hawkins, Denver SC found some extra momentum to take the gun, Orman slipped over second , Beesley third and Case recovering to Fourth. Back on shore tales of frustration and elation were exchanged until the prize giving. Superseries prizes were supplied by Crewsaver and taken from their fantastic new range of dinghy clothing and included the new Sphere cag.

As generous as ever, additional prizes were donated by Seabrook Developments and Jim Frost continued his luck at the prize giving again by being drawn as the spot prize finishing 10th overall, this time picking up a new spray top, this shouldn’t be as difficult for his wife to swallow as the carbon mast he won during the nationals held at stone in 2004. Thanks goes to Stone Sailing Club who as ever put on fantastic event both on and off the water. Thanks Guys.

Pos Helm Club Pts
1st Tyler Harmsworth Shoreham SC 8
2nd James Case Wells SC 14
3rd Paul Beesley Thorpe Bay YC 17
4th Neil Fulcher Stone SC 22
5th Nick Orman Castle Cove SC 29

20 sailors gathered at beautiful Creeksea, the jewel in the crown of Essex’s Dengie Peninsula, for Creeksea Sailing Club's Phantom open over the weekend of 24th and 25th of June. There was a substantial and, ah, lively Norfolk contingent from Wells, Blakeney, Rollesby and Hickling Broads, Buckenham and Denver, as well as visitors from Wembley, Stone, Blithfield, Arlesey and Thorpe Bay.

Creeksea, just outside Burnham-on-Crouch is the most amiable of clubs, and did quality hospitality, with catering, beer, and a T-Shirt thrown in with the entry fee, and the visiting tractor boys did their bit with an admirable display of quality sailing and serious good humour. It was one of the two Norfolk Jims, James Case who ultimately won the event, from local stalwart and Creeksea Commodore Chris Roberts.

On Saturday morning there was so little breeze that the loudest noise was the sound of millions of grasshoppers bouncing on the sails laid out for measuring by the rigorous John Torrance. It did build during the day, but showed the level of commitment and co-ordination that Sven's boys have been showing in the early stages of the world cup finals, and both races were turned inside out by huge holes. The first leg set the tone: a long, light-air beat over the flood tide up to Burnham. The locals stayed left, enjoying one of their set piece tacking duels round the little headlands on the north shore, and it was left to a small group of visitors, led by Nigel Blake in his brand-new second hand boat (the memorably named Scabdog, ex-Rod Thorpe) to sail over to Suicide Corner (which never works) under the Russsian Wharf and of course pop out way ahead. Later on, down the other end of the river there was a further inversion of the natural order, as the remaining backmarkers sailed round a group of rockstars, marooned in midriver like Calder mobiles in a sculpture park: even the famed Creeksea Phantom River Dance didn't work. Try to imagine 16-stone male ballerinas doing a yachting Billy Elliott with a balletic recreation of 1970s Liverpool football fans singing You'll Never Walk Alone.

A big up here to Paul Neve, who piloted the oldest boat in the fleet - the stitch and tape 724, lovingly saved by him from the bottom of a garden where it was slowly turning to compost - to 6th place in this race (and 12th overall), patiently sticking to his knitting on the north bank on the way up the river. Blake held on to second, ahead of James Case, both behind Alastair Warren, and was so shocked by the success that he didn't go out on the Sunday at all. The second Saturday race was much the same, but a bit less so, and the quality began to make itself felt with Case winning from Rollesby's Darren Pike and local guru John Torrance, owner of the Black Book of Creeksea, with 40 years observations of every little curl of tide and bend of wind.

Plans for Saturday night were dampened a little bit by the theft of the barrel of Crouch Vale's best the night before, but the party was reconvened at the marina restaurant. If you listened carefully, from the far river bank, you might just have made out the gentle tones of partying Phantomeers discussing the finer points of the location of the laminar flow separation on Dorsal compared to Milanes foils, and the niceties of rights in referred calls for water, all conducted over a fine claret. Well, alright, you probably wouldn't have, but you would have heard a great deal of laughter bringing light to the rather soul-less surroundings, the legendary social skills of the fleet leaving at least one fringe participant literally in tears of laughter.

Sunday was overcast but with a slightly less shredded breeze, which built through the day to give a couple of quad-stretching beats and the odd fast reach (is any boat as much fun with a bit of a breeze on a close reach? They go like the clappers with at the same time a feeling that they're on rails). With two races before lunch on the same (excellent) course the quality began to sort itself out: Pike won the first race from Stone's Neil Fulcher and James Case, and Roberts got the second from Fulcher and Case.

The last race, after lunch, was a shorter beat and triangles in front of the club, and Case, who had already won the event ended up in the White House windshadow and booked a twelfth. Fulcher, who only sailed the Sunday won to make it two seconds and a first, from Thorpe Bay's Paul Beasley (who also only did the half-meeting) and Torrance.

Special prizes were handed out, including to Simon Fielden from Hickling, at his first Phantom open meeting (10th overall – he got a bottle of wine and an option to purchase the Creeksea Commodore's Fireball), to Paul Neve as first wood-and-tin boat. Also, to James “JimJim” Frost, a birthday cake for having come out on his 40th: it was that sort of meeting.

Rank SailNo Helm Club R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 Total Nett

1st  1255  James Case  Wells SC  3.0 1.0 3.0 3.0 (12.0) 22.0  10.0

2nd  1128  Chris Roberts  Creeksea SC  (15.0) 5.0 5.0 1.0 4.0 30.0  15.0

3rd  1206  Alistair Warren  Blakeney SC  1.0 (6.0) 6.0 4.0 5.0 22.0  16.0

4th  1183  Darren Pike  Rollesby Broad SC  (12.0) 2.0 1.0 5.0 9.0 29.0  17.0

5th  1200  John Torrance  Creeksea SC  5.0 3.0 (8.0) 7.0 3.0 26.0  18.0

6th  1193  Neil Fulcher  Stone SC  (DNC) DNC 2.0 2.0 1.0 47.0  26.0

7th  1256  Rod Thorpe  Creeksea SC  (9.0) 4.0 9.0 6.0 8.0 36.0  27.0

8th  1157  Jim Frost  Buckenham SC  4.0 (13.0) 10.0 9.0 6.0 42.0  29.0

9th  1202  Paul Beasley  Thorpe Bay YC  (DNC) DNC 4.0 8.0 2.0 56.0  35.0

10th  1022  Simon Fielden  Hickling Broad  10.0 8.0 (12.0) 10.0 7.0 47.0  35.0

11th  1165  Roger Beavis  Blakeney SC  13.0 7.0 7.0 (14.0) 11.0 52.0  38.0

12th  742  Paul Neve  Creeksea SC  6.0 10.0 11.0 (13.0) 13.0 53.0  40.0

13th  1249  Alan Tolly  Blithfield SC  11.0 11.0 (15.0) 11.0 10.0 58.0  43.0

14th  947  Ed Maggs  Creeksea SC  7.0 14.0 14.0 12.0 (15.0) 62.0  47.0

15th  1171  David Hawkins  Denver SC  8.0 9.0 16.0 15.0 (DNC) 69.0  48.0

16th  1113  Nigel Blake  Nth Herts & East Bucks  2.0 12.0 (DNC) DNC DNC 77.0  56.0

17th  1115  Ken Daniels  Wembley SC  17.0 15.0 13.0 (21.0 DNF) 14.0 80.0  59.0

18th  931  Noel Sutcliffe  Creeksea SC  14.0 18.0 (21.0 DNF) 16.0 16.0 85.0  64.0

19th  880  Brian Spurling  Creeksea SC  16.0 16.0 17.0 17.0 (21.0 DNS) 87.0  66.0

20th  866  Chris Henry  Creeksea SC  18.0 17.0 (21.0 DNF) DNC DNC 98.0  77.0

Crewsaver Phantom Northern Championships - Staunton Harold Sailing Club

18 brave souls arrived on a blustery Saturday morning to what would become 2 days of attrition, both for bodies and boats with 6 races scheduled in total.

Racing was close all day between the top 6 boats. Boat breakages were the main factor for the day with Gulliver being sent into an involuntary gybe, death role and subsequent vang failure. Couch breaking a halyard and Cokayne C doing a reverse summersault with pike as his toe strap gave way in race 3. Day one race wins were shared between Gulliver, Couch (2) and Cokayne B. Tyler Harmsworth also got in on the act with 2 seconds for the day and mixing it all up at the front as did Cokayne C. Pete Evens was showing that plastic was indeed fantastic in a borrowed boat (his own is wooden) as he always showed early on.

Saturday evening was spent in the local pub/curry house. Some were amused by the strange yet perfect combination but conversation and lager flowed. A huge platter was provided that beat even the hungriest phantom sailor. The evenings highlight was a rather long debate on the possibilities of a foiling phantom and whether a 17 stone man could get airborne! Consensus was that the foil would have to be wider than the boat!

Day two dawn as many a weary sailor yawned. Still windy, but at least only two races for the day. Couch and the Cokayne brothers led at the top and proceeded to stretch away. Couch took the gun with the Cokayne brothers enjoying a 2 lap grudge match on their local water that made exciting viewing from the shore side, nip ‘n’ tuck all the way, with ‘little’ brother C sneaking it.

The final race would be a showdown between the top 3, Couch, Cokayne C and Gulliver. The first six boats broke from the pack and left Cokayne C struggling in dirty air after a poor start. Places between the six changed frequently in the gusty and shifty conditions but by the end of lap one Cokayne C was back on their heals. He saw his opportunity as they followed each other off the leeward mark on a header and he tacked at the buoy. Tacking back on the next shift he crossed all six transoms heading to the right on a large lift. The whole pack then headed right and at the lay line a fortunate header put Cokayne C at the front as he fetched to the windward mark on starboard. Cokayne C and Couch then extended and tussled to the finish where Cokayne C took line honors with Couch doing enough in second to claim the title. Gulliver rolled in third, setting up an interesting National Championships in a month’s time at Lyme Regis.

Special mention should go to Clive Morley who traveled all the way from Margate for his first phantom event ever and claiming the Stella

Andy Couch    RYA                          10

Clive Cokayne    Staunton Harold    11

Will Gulliver    Northampton              15

Brett Cokayne    Staunton Harold    18

Tyler Harmsworth    Shoreham         20

Pete Evans      Rudyard                    20

Nick Orman    Weymouth                   28

Richard Sims    Carsington                 37

Paul Lester                    Chase           45

John Pryer                    Chester         51

James Case    Wells                           52

Mike Potter    Staunton Harold           64

Andy Downie    Glossop                     70

Brian Dennis    Attenborough            75

Eddie Brook    Elton                            87

Roger Day              Attenborough      89

Andy Kennington    Staunton Harold    90

Clive Morley    Margate                    95

Congratulations to Nick Orman who just held off Gavin Young to be crowned the Southwest Traveller Winner for 2006. Who knows if had not been for putting the wrong kind of fuel into his car then Gavin may have won it. The final results are -

Final Results

Sailed: 7  Discards: 2


Rank Sail No Helm Club Beast SBSC Cots Bow High Sea Chew Nett
1st 1247 Nick Orman Sutton Bingham SC 6 2 10 2 1 3 3 11
2nd 1201 Gavin Young Cotswold SC 2 5 1 3 DNC DNC 1
3rd 1160 Pete Barnstable Sutton Bingham SC 4 7 7 8 3 4 6 24
4th 1210 Roger Battersby Sutton Bingham SC DNF 6 5 5 DNC DNC 4 30
5th 1226 Kevin Clark Seafarers SC DNC 16 13 7 2 2 DNC 40
6th 1177 Russell Smith Bowmoor SC 3 8 3 4 DNC DNC DNC 41
7th 1139 Chris Bottomley Sutton Bingham SC DNF 9 9 10 DNC 6 DNC 44
8th 1194 Ian Jay Sutton Bingham SC 1 1 DNC DNC DNC 1 DNC 49
9th 1215 Simon Heuson Lyme Regis SC DNC 3 8 DNC DNC DNC 2 59
10th 1185 Gordon Banning Haversham SC DNC DNC 6 6 DNC DNC DNC 81
11th 1225 Henry Ayres West Oxfordshire SC DNC DNC DNC 9 4 DNC DNC 82
12th 1221 Neil Fraser Sutton Bingham SC DNC 10 DNC DNC DNC DNC 8 87
13th 1209 Paul Kerley Sutton Bingham SC DNC 12 DNC DNC DNC DNC 7 88
14th 1191 John Bower Salcombe DNF DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 10 89
15th 1211 Andy Couch RYA DNC DNC DNC 1 DNC DNC DNC 93
16th 1174 Tyler Harmsworth Newhaven SC DNC DNC 2 DNC DNC DNC DNC 94
17th 1248 Nigel Leveridge Sutton Bingham SC DNC 14 12 DNC DNC DNC DNC 95
18th 1136 Colin Walters Lyme Regis SC DNC 4 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 96
18th Neil Fulcher Stone SC DNC DNC 4 DNC DNC DNC DNC 96
20th 1189 Nick Sadler Highcliffe SC DNC DNC DNC DNC 5 DNC DNC 97
20th 1100 John Pryor Chester SCC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 5 DNC 97
20th 1261 Brian Glenn Lyme Regis SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 5 97
20th 1112 Antony Fastenedge Lyme Regis SC 5 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 97
24th 1054 Andy Griffen Nottingham SC DNC DNC DNC DNC 6 DNC DNC 98
25th 1252 Dave Guthrie Lyme Regis SC DNC DNC DNC DNC 7 DNC DNC 99
25th 1198 Alan Bull Weston SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 7 DNC 99
27th 1096 Ivan Walsh Shoreham SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 8 DNC 100
28th 1178 Kerry Stares Seafarers SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 9 DNC 101
28th 1251 P Issa DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 9 101
30th 1017 Gay Wright Seafarers SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 10 DNC 102
31st 1114 Simon Chapman Chew Valley Lake SC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 11 '03
31st 1164 Mike Tustin Bowmoor SC DNC DNC 11 DNC DNC DNC DNC 103
31st 1084 Andy Roxburgh Sutton Bingham SC DNC 11 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 103
34th 1085 Julian Doggrell Sutton Bingham SC DNC 13 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 105
35th 995 Dave Beavan Cotswold SC DNC DNC 14 DNC DNC DNC DNC 106
36th 1228 Stu Dando Sutton Bingham SC DNC 15 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 107
37th 1218 Robert Meek Sutton Bingham SC DNC 17 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 109
38th 998 Alan Chinn Sutton Bingham SC DNC 18 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 110
39th 1129 Phil Bailey Sutton Bingham SC DNC 19 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 111
40th 1091 Steve French Sutton Bingham SC DNC 20 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 112
41st 1012 Steve Joyce Sutton Bingham SC DNC 21 DNC DNC DNC DNC DNC 113

Crewsaver Super Series 2006

Sailed:5, Discards:2, To count:3, Ratings:None, Entries:96, Scoring system:Super Series

Rank    SailNo    Helm    Club    Sutton Bingham    Stone    Inlands    Northerns    Nationals Day 2    Total    Nett
1     1211     Andy Couch     RYA     (DNC)     (DNC)     2     1     1     198     4
2     1216     Will Gulliver     Northampton SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     1     3     2     200     6
3     1149     Clive Cokayne     Staunton Harold (DNC)     (DNC)     3     2     3     202     8
4     1174     Tyler HarmsworthShoreham SC     (DNC)     1     (DNC)     5     6     206     12
5     1123     Brett Cokayne     Staunton Harold (DNC)     (DNC)     5     4     4     207     13
6     1247     Nick Orman     Castle Cove SC     2     5     (7)     7     (12)     33     14
7     1147     Pete Evans     Rudyard Lake SC (DNC)     (DNC)     8     6     11     219     25
8     1255     James Case     Wells SC     (DNC)     2     (16)     11     15     141     28
9     1201     Gavin Young     Cotswold SC     5     (DNC)     10     (DNC)     19     228     34
10     1243     Paul Lester     Chase SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     15     9     24     242     48
11     1128     Chris Roberts     Creeksea SC     (DNC)     8     30     (DNC)     22     254     60
12     1202     Paul Beesley     Thorpe Bay YC     (DNC)     3     18     (DNC)     41     256     62
13     1160     Pete Barnstaple Sutton Bingham  7     (DNC)     14     (DNC)     50     265     71
14     1155     Ian Miller     Alton Water SC     (DNC)     11     17     (DNC)     48     270     76
15     1268     Mike Potter     Staunton Harold (DNC)     (DNC)     20     12     68     294     100
16     1139     Chris Bottomley Sutton Bingham     9     (DNC)     25     (DNC)     68     296     102
17     1171     Dave Hawkins     Denver SC     (DNC)     7     29     (DNC)     68     298     104
18     1193     Neil Fulcher     Stone SC     (DNC)     4     (DNC)     DNC     5     300     106
19     1215     Simon Heusen     Lyme Regis     3     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     7     301     107
20     1194     Ian Jay     Sutton Bingham     1     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     10     302     108
21     1100     John Wayling     Northampton SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     6     DNC     8     305     111
22     1138     Roger Day'     Attenborough SC (DNC)     (DNC)     30     16     68     308     114
23     1223     Richard Sims     Carsington SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     8     14     313     119
24     1258     John Pryer     Chester SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     10     18     319     125
25     1219     Richard Parkin     Hunts SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     9     DNC     20     320     126
26     1256     Rod Thorpe     Creeksea SC     (DNC)     6     26     (DNC)     DNC     323     129
27     1136     Colin Walters     Lyme Regis SC     4     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     30     325     131
28     970     Andrew Mills     Creeksea SC     (DNC)     14     21     'DNC)     DNC     326     132
29     1169     Ed Dixon     Rudyard Lake SC (DNC)     (DNC)     19     DNC     16     326     132
30     1221     Neil Fraser     Sutton Bingham     10     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     28     329     135
31     1184     Simon Fielden     Hickling Broad     (DNC)     (DNC)     24     DNC     17     332     138
32           Eddie Brooks     Elton SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     27     15     DNC     333     139
33     1173     Andy Downie     Glossop SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     13     37     341     147
34     1226     Kevin Clark     Seafarers SC     16     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     40     347     153
35     1209     Paul Kerley     Sutton Bingham     12     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     46     349     155
36     1210     Roger Battersby Sutton Bingham     6     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     58     355     161
37     157A     Jim Frost     Buckenham SC     (DNC)     10     (DNC)     DNC     56     357     163
38     1135     Mike Stone     Stone SC     (DNC)     12     (DNC)     DNC     60     363     169
39     1228     Stu Dando     Sutton Bingham     15     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     62     368     174
40     1085     Julian Doggrell Sutton Bingham     13     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     68     372     178
41     1248     Nigel Leveridge Sutton Bingham     14     (DNC)<'d class="\\"maintdrace\\"">(DNC)     DNC     68     373     179
42     1150     Andrew Osborne     Ripon SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     23     DNC     65     379     185
43     1012     Steve Joyce     Sutton Bingham     21     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     68     380     186
44     1162     Jools Abel     Delph SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     22     DNC     68     381     187
45     1233     Chris Hibbert     Hunts SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     28     DNC     67     386     192
46     1184     Allen Burrell     Thorpe Bay YC     (DNC)     (DNC)     4     DNC     DNC     392     198
47     1177     Russell Smith     Bowmoor S.C.     8     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     396     202
48     1225     Henry AYRES     West Oxfordshire(DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     9     397     203
49     1113     Nigel Blake     NHEB SC     (DNC)     9     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     397     203
50           Simon Cowood     Northampton SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     11     DNC     DNC     399     205
51     1084     Andy Roxborough Sutton Bingham     11     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     399     205
52           Douglas Conway     Paxton Lakes SC (DNC)     (DNC)     12     DNC     DNC     400     206
53     1252     Dave GUTHRIE     Lyme Regis SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     13     401     207
54           Daren Pike     Rollesby Broad     (DNC)     (DNC)     13     DNC     DNC     401     207
55     1157     Phil Newman     Stone SC     (DNC)     13     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     401     207
56           Brian Dennis     Attenborough SC (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     14     DNC     402     208
57           Andy Kennington Staunton Harold (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     17     DNC     405     211
58     1218     Robert Meek     Sutton Bingham     17     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     405     211
59           Clive Morley     Margate SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     18     DNC     406     212
60     998     Alan Chinn     Sutton Bingham     18     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     406     212
61     1129     Phil Bailey     Sutton Bingham     19     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     407     213
62     1091     Steve French     Sutton Bingham     20     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     408     214
63     1101     Patrick HICKS     Queen Mary SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     21     409     215
64     1130     Peter BENNETT     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     23     411     217
65     1261     Brian GLEN     Lyme Regis SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     25     413     219
66     1267     Steve POPPLE     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     26     414     220
67     1112     Tony FASTNEDGE     Lyme Regis SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     27     415     221
68     1220     Andy SHIPP     Hunts SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     29     417     223
69     1245     Jeffreston HOUSE Tenby SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     31     419     225
70     1257     David CLARKE     Hunts SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     32     420     226
71     1206     Alisair WARREN     Blakney SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     33     421     227
72     1198     Allan BULL     Weston SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     34     422     228
73     1196     Jonathan TRUSCOTT Lyme Regis SC (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     35     423     229
74     1256     Streetley HELMENS Lyme Regis SC    (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     36     424     230
75     979     Chris SHELTON     Downs SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     38     426     232
76     1246     Nick BERRIDGE     Tenby SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     39     427     233
77     1125     Trevor HARRIS     Bexhill SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     42     430     236
78     1212     Chris TOOTHILL     Buckenham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     43     431     237
79     1250     Bill WHITNEY     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     44     432     238
8'     1191     John BOWER     Mayflower SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     45     433     239
81     1167     Roger BROWN     Bowl Valley SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     47     435     241
82     1096     Ivan WALSH     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     49     437     243
83     1007     Jonathon EDWARDSShoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     51     439     245
84     1116     Chris SALLIS     Gt Yarmouth     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     52     440     246
85     1231     Ron CHIVERS     Weston SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     53     441     247
86     1237     Robin HOBSON     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     54     442     248
87     1131     Chas HAMMOND     Shoreham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     55     443     249
88     929     Alex FASTNEDGE     Cotswold SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     57     445     251
89     1010     Peter HARLOW     Lilliput SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     59     447     253
90     999     Robin BAYCROFT     Delphi SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     61     449     255
91     1054     Andy GRIFFIN     Nottingham SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     63     451     257
92     1208     John TAYLOR     Bartley SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     64     452     258
93     1051/132Philip WORTH     Delphi SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     66     454     260
94     1098     Barry McGIBBON     Lyme Regis SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     68     456     262
94     1232     Peter GRIBBIN     Delphi SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     68     456     262
94     1263     Jeff VANDERBORGHTLyme Regis SC     (DNC)     (DNC)     DNC     DNC     68     456     262

Rank Sail No Helm Club R1 R2 R3 Nett
1st 1 Andrew Elliott Rotherham SC 2 1 2 3
2nd 1210 Roger Battersby Sutton Bingham SC 1 2 5 3
3rd 1177 Russell Smith Bowmoor SC 5 3 1 4
4th 1160 Pete Barnstable Sutton Bingham SC 6 4 3 7
5th 1196 Kevin Clarke Seafarers SC 9 5 4 9
6th 1194 Ian Jay Sutton Bingham SC 4 6 DNC 10
7th 1147 Martin Watts No Fixed Abode 3 9 DNC 12
8th 1136 Colin Walters Lyme Regis SC 12 7 7 14
9th 1186 Simon Elliott Rotherham SC 7 8 DNF 15
10th 1084 Andy Roxburgh Sutton Bingham SC 10 13 6 16
11th 1139 Chris Bottomley Sutton Bingham SC 11 11 8 19
12th 1209 Paul Kerley Sutton Bingham SC 8 12 DNC 20
13th 1191 John Bower Salcombe SC 13 10 DNF 23
14th 1178 Kerry Stares Seafarers SC 15 15 9 24
15th 1141 Adrian Hayes Hunts SC 18 17 10 27
16th 1051 Nigel Leveridge Sutton Bingham SC 16 16 12 28
17th 1112 Tony Fastnedge Lyme Regis SC 14 14 14 28
18th 1129 Phil Bailey Sutton Bingham SC 20 '9 11 30
19th 1091 Neil Fraser Sutton Bingham SC 19 20 13 32
20th 1088 John Jordon Frampton-on-Severn 17 18 15 32
21st 998 Alan Chinn Sutton Bingham SC 24 24 16 40
22nd 1012 Steve Joyce Sutton Bingham SC 26 23 17 40
23rd 1007 Ivan Walsh Shoreham SC 23 22 18 40
24th 978 Pete Harlow Lilliput SC 21 21 DNC 42
25th 871 Mark Pearce Sutton Bingham SC 25 26 19 44
26th 1085 Julian Doggrell Sutton Bingham SC 22 25 DNC 47

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