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JOG mid-season update

by Fiona Cloke & Peter Chartres 4 Aug 2014 18:00 BST 4 August 2014

Five races to go to determine JOG season winners

Following a mixed conditions race to Fécamp on 25th July with many competitors finding themselves drifting in no wind mid Channel, there's all to play for in the JOG series leaderboard in all classes. With just 2 offshore and 3 inshore races left in the season, there's silverware at stake ahead of the prize giving on 22nd November at the Botleigh Grange Hotel.

NEXT JOG RACE: Cowes – St Peter Port, Friday 22nd August, first start 19:00 BST. Entry Forms, full race programme & crew available / boats looking for crew information all now available online at

Fecamp race winners:
Class 3: Night Owl 2, Mat 12, Timothy Sheratt
Class 4: Pure Attitude, X37, David Lyons
Class 5: Comedy of Errors, HOD 35, Anthony White
Class 6: Xara, Swan 38 SR, Jonathan & Anne Rolls Double-handed: Jings, J 133, David Ballantyne

Overall Offshore Series Leaderboard:
Class 3: J Fever, J 120, Tim & Frances Lester
Class 4: Just So, J 109, David & Mary McGough
Class 5: Longue Pierre, Dehler 38, David Cooper & Paul England
Class 6: Raffles, Elan 295, Peter Cover & Matt Stiles
Double-handed: Exocet, Jeanneau Sunfast 3200, Deborah Fish & Michael Sisley

Overall Inshore Series Leaderboard:
Class 3: Old Mother Gun, Rob Humphries Design, Philip Farrands
Class 4: Just So, J 109, David & Mary McGough
Class 5: Shades of Blue, J 110, Ed Holton
Class 6: Xara, Swan 38 SR, Jonathan & Anne Rolls
Double-handed: Jacana, J105, Paul Wood

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