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Island Sailing Club Tuesday Evening Series - Race 17

by Rod Nicholls, Principal Race Officer 16 Aug 2017 12:23 BST 15 August 2017

Although only 44 boats turned out for week 17 of the Island Sailing Clubs 18 week Tuesday Evening Series all classes had some good racing. With a WSW wind of 16 to 19 knots and an ebb tide two good beats for each class was the order for the day.

In Class 1 the scratch boat in her class had their first win of the series, Martin Dent's JElvis. Not to be beaten In Class 2 Marc Giraudon in his RS Elite OD also had a season's first win. The Sonar Class winner was Barry Byham in Dolphin who should be the series winner. Class 4 Winner Myles Uren in Gwen Glas also had a first win of the season.

With only one more week's racing it is still all to play for in some of the classes.

Race 17 Results:

PosBoat Name
Class 1 ‑ Fast Handicap
Class 2 – Medium Handicap
2ndA nice cup of tea & a sit down
3rdHaggis 2
Class 3 – Sonars
3rdEd Suckling
Class 4 ‑ Slow Handicap
1stGwen Glas
2ndJiminy Cricket
Class 5 – Flying Fifteen
1stFifty Fifty
Class 6 – X One Design
2ndBlue Phantom

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