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Merlin Rocket Nationals at Penzance Sailing Club - Day 6

by PZSC on 20 Aug 2010 15-20 August 2010

Stuart Bithell and Christian Burrel in Dominatrix have wrapped up the Merlin Rocket nationals after winning the final race. Ian Dobson and Andy Tonnicliffe in Filthy / Gorgeous finished second.

Overall Results:
If you finished in the top ten at the Merlin Rocket nationals then enter your Gear Guide information here

PosBoat NameSail NoHelmCrewFounder's TrophyBeecher's CupClyde Quaich TrophyWest Country TrophyRanelagh TrophySilent World TrophyPts
1stDominatrix3699Stuart BithellChristian Burrel412-10119
2ndFilthy / Gorgeous3670Ian DobsonAndy Tonnicliffe9-11122317
3rdThe Black Pearl3685William WarrenChris Robinson64444-1022
4thFaithless3703Richard WhitworthOllie Turner53103-12223
5thSpank the Monkey3707Simon BlakeAlex Jackson77-913826
6thQuick Fix3691Mike CalvertChris Downham268-95526
7thStomper3701Tom StewartLiam Dempsey12-11810627
8thKeyser Soze3684Andy DavisTom Pygall810366-1133
9thAttack of the Clones3662David WinderPippa Taylor3967-231237
10thLoosed Cannon3655Richard AdamsRob Kennaugh111275-13742
11thSalmon En Croute3702Andy DalbyNicola Brook22812(DSQ)9960
12thOakey Dokey3712Jon GorringePete Horn17165(DSQ)20462
13thShmoozy Blue3661Graham ScroggieBen Scroggie19-221712111372
14thGansta Paradise3539Dan AlsopJennie King121519-22171982
15thTime & Tide3652John BellDuncan Bell18142014-241783
16thNeedlemakers3610Richard DeeChris Gould2713151516(DSQ)86
17thHot Totty3676Patrick BlakeJilly Blake101721-29222090
18thWicked3708Steven DunnRuth Johnson153218-40151595
19thStill Not Over3665Ross JacksonFran21182513-3226103
20thSnakey B3671Piers LambertPete Nicholson25192719-3016106
21st2 Pints of Lager3705Matt BiggsBen Hollis13516(DSQ)8DNF108
22ndDark Star3720Jon TurnerRichard Parslow16(DNF)13117DNF113
23rdTiger Tiger3696Alan WarrenWilliam Carroll142123-391939116
24thBluebird3683Dave HayesCharlotte Jones372622(DSQ)1418117
25thBack to the Future3583Chris MartinBen Hendon-413633171814118
26thRioja'n Roll3717David CharltonCelia Charlton-402826182621119
27thBrazilian3700Phil EmeryKaren Emery2325-44.5163634134
28thDjelibeybi3660Dave LeeLewis Turner28242925-3328134
29thCarbonfootprint3716Steve LeneyGill Leney323524(DNC)2525141
30thBronte3663Christopher HaworthMichael Hamilton36-3828302722143
31stShiny Happy People3695Matthew WinderNix Middleton-Stewart24293434-4332153
32ndCool Cookie3620Andy BinesDerick Gentry3827-53312830154
33rdDuck and Dive3713Steve HarlingTim Laws-464146272124159
34thDangerbatt3400James Middleton-StewartAndy Young34334021-5031159
35thParadigm Shift3710John ReesAndrea Ralph31313033-4037162
36thGeneral Lee3690Phil DalbySuzi Bell3337322048(DNF)170
37thHeadcase3650Lawrence ToshDan Watson49423628(DNF)27182
38thBusiness as Usual3626Andy HayJo Marlow5148-52262929183
39thLight Fantastic3555Tim HarridgeBen Harridge55523124(DNF)23185
40thSlippery When Wet3693Will RaineyKelly Miller202014(DNC)DNCDNC186
41stNearly All Over3617Tom ChadfieldAndy Chadfield4850382331(DNC)190
42ndJupiter3651Colin BrockbankHarriet Brandt2623(DNF)3541DNF191
43rdLeader3563Paul HollisLisa Scott3544433634(DNC)192
44thNemo3692Marinus ZilvoldJulie Nuthall30464737(DNF)33193
45thRevolution3657Antony LoftFrancesa Lofts4340-50383735193
46thKevin3714Charles DevenportElaine Aldis293035(DNC)35DNC195
47thMatrix3600Charles AndersonJames Warren42394142(DNF)36200
48thBola Bola3672John CooperHillary Bradshaw3934593238(DNC)202
49thHighlander3721Nicholas TurnerCarly Turner54-5842414238217
50thToo Dark 'n Stormy3697Richard PageLivvy Bell45-5956493940229
51stTwinkle Toes3698Bob O'TooleMaddie Jones565137(DNC)4541230
52ndTrigger Happy3628Robin CharlesMax Williams-584555464442232
53rdPoached Salmon3644Steve MitchellPolly Newman444339(DNC)DNF43235
54thWild Knight3632Marcus RobbBen Jones59-6257454744252
55thDark n Stormy3619Guy BrowneTommi Cluley6155-62444646252
56thDesperate Housewife3673Jane SeymourChristopher Seymour50(DNF)5143DNC45255
57thMonkey Puzzle3706Kevin AndersonSadie Anderson(DNF)54484851DNF267
58thMidnight Flight3681Douglas MaxwellAmanda Couper6261-63475248270
59thMellow Yellow3687Alan JacksonLorna Laval474949(DNC)DNCDNC277
60thAutumn Gold3674Mike AnslowChris Winters525344.5(OCS)DNFDNC281.5
61stOriginal Sin3688Craig BondJayne Bond534754(DNC)DNCDNC286
62ndMinistry of Pleasure3634Ben ArherChris O'Toole635660(DNC)DNF47292
63rdZero Gravity3629Peter BrowneDave Wigans646364(DNC)49DNC306
64thSkimbleshanks3474Andy HayesDave Parry576058(DNC)DNCDNC307
65thThe Edge3622Justin EddyDaniel Newman605761(DNC)DNCDNC310

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