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Island Sailing Club Tuesday Evening Series - Race 7

by Tony Taylor, Principal Race Officer on 31 May 30 May 2017

After three Tuesdays with light winds, the 57 competitors who turned out for race 7 were able to enjoy excellent sailing conditions with a good west south west force 4 which held for the evening allowing most competitors to be home by 8pm.

In Class 2 Phil Wright notched up another win in his K6 "A nice cup of tea and a sit down". With Barry Byham once again just ahead of Andy Cassell to take line honours in the Sonars with Ed Sucking being the first ISC Sonar to finish. There was an excellent turnout in the XOD Class and James Meaning in Vexilla took first place.

Race 7 Results:

PosBoat Name
Class 1 ‑ Fast Handicap
1stWhooper
2ndFandango
3rdJet
Class 2 – Medium Handicap
1stA nice cup of tea & a sit down
2ndScooby Moo
3rdExcalibur
Class 3 – Sonars
1stBarry Byham
2ndAndy Cassell
3rdEd Suckling
Class 4 ‑ Slow Handicap
1stBrassed Off
2ndJiminy Cricket
3rdEeyore
Class 5 – Flying Fifteen
1stFfuraha
2ndFflashback
3rdFFreefire20
Class 6 – X One Design
1stVexilla
2ndTonic
3rdGin

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