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Island Sailing Club Tuesday Evening Series - Race 17

by Rod Nicholls, Principal Race Officer on 16 Aug 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
1stJElvis
2ndChallenger
3rdWhooper
Class 2 – Medium Handicap
1stExcalibur
2ndA nice cup of tea & a sit down
3rdHaggis 2
Class 3 – Sonars
1stDolphin
2ndJenny
3rdEd Suckling
Class 4 ‑ Slow Handicap
1stGwen Glas
2ndJiminy Cricket
3rdKaallista
Class 5 – Flying Fifteen
1stFifty Fifty
2ndFflasback
3rdFfuraha
Class 6 – X One Design
1stAora
2ndBlue Phantom

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