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Magic Marine RS Tera Nationals at Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club

by Ian Jameson 31 Aug 2014 09:00 BST 23-25 August 2014
Pro fleet downwind during the Magic Marine RS Tera nationals © Peter Newton /

A record 103 entries for the Magic Marine RS Tera Nationals at Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club over the Bank Holiday weekend.

Most of the competitors in the Championship fleet took part in the two practice races on Friday afternoon, which gave the race team lead by Stuart Childerley a chance to assess course length and layout and the competitors to learn just how changeable wind strength and direction at Derwent Reservoir can be.

The Regatta Fleet which is a new development in the class lead by Peter Lulham-Robinson spent the afternoon going through the basics and getting to know one another.

The weather forecast in the week leading up to the championship had looked very light, and so it proved for the first two Saturday races, the third race was sailed in a good 12 knot breeze which then died off to leave only three of the planned four races completed.

Plenty of shifts and tactical challenges during the day saw three different race winners in the PRO fleet, Lucy Greenwood of Alton Water Sports Centre took race one, Henry Rastrick of Ripon SC race two and Bethan Matthew of Aldeburgh Yacht Club race three.

Overnight the top three were Henry Jameson of Hayling Island Sailing Club, Henry Rastrick and Alex Butler of Hayling Island Sailing Club In the SPORT fleet, line honours went to Matthew Taylor of Alton Water Sports Centre, then Harrison Pye of Draycote Water Sailing Club, and in the third race Roscoe Martin of Ogston Sailing Club.

Overnight the top three were Freddy Wood and Ethan Miles of Hayling Island Sailing Club with Roscoe Martin third.

The Regatta Fleet managed to complete the first of their races with Alice Davis of Great Moor Sailing Club taking line honours followed home by Matthew Evans also of Great Moor and Agnes Bracey-Davis of Hayling Island Sailing Club.

After dinner three young ladies, Phoebe Jones, Caitlin Morley and their leader Kathryne Byne set up a nail bar to raise money for the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation, after some gentle persuasion and as the evening went on there were not only competitors, but mums, dads, grandparents, coaches, the Commodore, safety crews, unsuspecting members painted and they raised £140, brilliant job!

Sunday was always going to be the most challenging day for the race team with a forecast of little or no wind, despite this they battled through and despite having to cope with forty degree shifts and variable wind strengths, somehow they managed to get five races for the PRO's and four races for the SPORT's completed.

In the PRO's Jack Lewis had a very productive day, gaining first place in races 4, 6 and 8, the other race winners Henry Rastrick and Birthday Boy Ben Poe of Sutton Bingham Sailing Club.

After eight races and five different race winners from the 36 boat fleet, the top three were Henry Rastrick, Henry Jameson and Jack Lewis.

In the SPORT's Freddy Wood had a steady day with a win in race 4, after an abandonment due to the breeze shutting down on the inner loop of the course, James Oakley of the Royal Hospital School took the re-started race 5, Tom Storey of Ripon Sailing club took race 6, Oliver Kent also of Ripon race 7.

After seven races and seven different race winners from the 55 boat fleet, the top three were Freddy, James and Roscoe.

The Regatta Fleet spent the day concentrating on boat handling and starting, and sailed another 2 races, with winners Eilish Graham of Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club and Phoebe Jones of Draycote Water Sailing Club.

Day three, Bank Holiday Monday, was forecast to be the breeziest day of the event, 15 to 20 knots, this did not materialise, and instead the sailors were greeted with overcast conditions and a building breeze, topping out at around 10 knots.

In the PRO Fleet, Alex Butler took race 9, this meant that there were still three sailors who could take the title, Henry, Henry and Jack, at the first windward mark, Henry J was ahead of Henry R, with Jack close behind, an unfortunate capsize on the run put paid to Henry R's hopes, at the next windward mark, positions meant that Henry and Jack would tie on points.

Jack found some new breeze on the right hand side of the run, passing Henry just before the last leeward gate, finishing ahead to take the PRO National title.

With 3 races to complete in the SPORTS it was Freddy who was quickest out of the start to sail away to a good win in race 8, race 9 saw James take line honours, with Freddy finishing strongly in third to give him the SPORT National title with a race to spare.

The last race saw Ben Batchelor of the Isle of Man Yacht Club take the win, this left the overall top three as Freddy, James and Ben.

The Regatta fleet completed their series with Eilish taking race 4, Alice race 5 and Matthew race 6.

Top three overall positions, for this 12 boat fleet Alice, Eilish, and Matthew Other winners were Ed Coady of Derwent reservoir Sailing Club securing the Selden under 10's trophy and Hayling Island Sailing Club the team prize.

The RS Tera Class Association would like to thank Stuart Childerley, Peter Lulham-Robinson and their race teams, Brett Cockayne who managed the safety team, Nicky Leach for her organising of the event and all other volunteers, and the members and staff at Derwent Reservoir Sailing Club for delivering a truly memorable event.

Without event sponsors Magic Marine, GJW Direct and Selden, we would not be fortunate enough to be able to hold such great events, thank you for your continued and ongoing support.

Next stop for the RS Tera fleet is the RS Classes End of Seasons at Datchet Water, come and join the fun, further details will be published on the Class website

Overall Results:

PRO Fleet

PosSail NoHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st2122Jack LewisDWSC‑1356191‑1512328
2nd2623Henry JamesonHISC432‑95‑11348534
3rd2555Henry RastrickRSC31‑1021210910‑2838
4th1985Alex ButlerHISC2‑11571068‑111241
5th2333Charlotte OrmerodOSC74‑12378‑2439849
6th2505Harry JonesDWSC159486311‑21‑281167
7th2617Henry CollisonRLYC6‑18175475‑2018769
8th2578Bethan MatthewAYC8‑2311521‑272271773
9th2702Niamh DaviesBSC5‑273‑20318412121673
10th1948Maddie WylieRSC147156213614‑17‑1977
11th2109Daniel LewisDWSC122‑21‑2317491514679
12th678Dylan CollingbourneBSC1010‑2410‑24523513480
13th1813Peter OwenDRSC‑22681112‑171310111384
14th2429Ana PatersonRSC11‑249419‑2171651485
15th984Matt SmithAWSC17(DNC)14131316‑20831296
16th2526Lucy GreenwoodAWSC1823‑242012‑2772015106
17th2442Matthew CaigerBVSC1813(DNF)27‑2820121341108
18th2528Archie HainsworthAWSC191418‑2511‑26226618114
19th2603Alistair ScottRSC‑28‑221614181016171610117
20th2153Ben PoeSBSC‑27261317‑2915122199122
21st2631Ellen MorleyBSC‑251619228141818‑3021136
22nd745Tim HireRLYC920‑281826928‑301523148
23rd1594Erin MurphyIOMYC16‑31728311914(OCS)2420159
24th2772Caitlin AtkinBVSC/DSC24191121‑302417‑292225163
25th416Oscar CubittAWSC2315222615252124‑31‑27171
26th2569Ollie BlakeDRSC‑301220‑31162229262629180
27th2365Mark DonaldDRSC‑3121271614‑2825282524180
28th2218Ellie McDonaldHISC21‑292519‑322919252726191
29th2386Matthew PerryIOMYC2925262925‑34‑30232322202
30th2703Griff DaviesBSC263030122323‑33‑312930203
31st2169Marcos PurseBVSC202829‑32‑333226192132207
32nd2560Declan GrahamDRSC‑35173235273132(OCS)3431239
33rd940Charlotte ScottRSC‑363233‑34223031323234246
34th1993Ellen StoreyRSC34333530‑3633‑36273536263
35th459Nathan PicklesESC323431‑36353534(OCS)3333267
36th2704William HenthornIOMYC3335343334‑363533‑3635272


PosSail NoHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st2507Freddy WoodHISC2321‑243‑913318
2nd2261James OakleyRHS/GWSC‑7‑84312621423
3rd2761Ben BatchelorIOMYC5‑9853(OCS)276137
4th1906Roscoe MartinOSC‑106122(OCS)868639
5th2350Ethan MilesHISC/ESC94367(OCS)‑1745947
6th2230Harrison PyeDWSC411346(OCS)‑20821250
7th1747Matthew TaylorAWSC12207‑2115143(BFD)1072
8th2639Tom StoreyRSC‑3071215914‑17111473
9th2175Jamie RastrickRSC612610154‑29‑2212873
10th2634Oliver KentRSC/DRSC1457131391‑4120‑3982
11th2711Ewan WilsonWBC1224518567‑2813‑3490
12th2552Patrick CopeIOMYC161115922(OCS)‑2510195107
13th2613Rupert JamesonHISC1814101417‑36139‑2213108
14th2440William CaigerBVSC211592616‑34‑361372109
15th2661Joshua DavisAWSC11‑3122‑351426221447120
16th2687Robbie McDonaldHISC82917‑361021311‑3324123
17th676Tristan RichardsonRHS2010‑292841823‑38911123
18th1693Fergus PyeDWSC‑34‑36191123816231028138
19th2621Ethan PlankDWSC‑3816238191030529‑31140
20th1886Nathan LomasOSC19‑2514191223‑50211519142
21st2104Alistair JoyceOSC2933112385‑4820‑3420149
22nd2369Ralph NevilleFPSC2318311611141033‑52‑43156
23rd2115Ellie ClarkRSC/DRSC2413‑452918‑335292122161
24th2405Rohan MurphySWSC28‑3821‑4531711182723166
25th1920George CombeDRSC252624‑382812‑31122317167
26th1209Tatiana DickinsonDRSC‑3717253325111235‑4927185
27th2612Jack OakleyGWSC3220‑3912‑392226301430186
28th2259Katy ByneDWSC152137203516‑452528‑41197
29th1668Andreas PurseBVSC223733‑39201734‑421618197
30th2567Hamish MorleyHISC‑4119162233252731‑3635208
31st2168Ben ThompsonESC‑494728323813‑49191715209
32nd2677Alec CopeIOMYC27‑5118254029‑42151838210
33rd2506Eddie FarrellLSC‑31232631271928‑323126211
34th1922Thomas NichollsDRSC26‑3530‑37302832272421218
35th1921Cameron StraughanDRSC‑403427342620213735‑40234
36th2607Ross MauritzenWBC33‑4535‑40293033262532243
37th2394Oscar ShillingDRSC173941‑42‑462724363229245
38th1995Laura HardieFPSC35‑5034273224194641‑48258
39th2632Caitlin MorleyBSC39‑4232243632‑40402633262
40th2Edward CoadyDRSC13404421‑50(OCS)47163945265
41st19Thomas DonaldDRSC341421747414447‑51‑50282
42nd2584Becky CaigerBVSC4232‑46‑50343118444242285
43rd2616Ollie JenkinsHISC‑48274848424535‑533816299
44th2353Owen O'DonnellSWSC432843‑49‑494337434325305
45th1587Joshua AlldisBSC‑44433841443543‑483036310
46th1316Joshua ManningSCYC4630‑5147433715‑505046314
47th2395Sebastian ShillingDRSC‑53‑523630373852453749324
48th2166Olivia Bracey‑DavisHISC3622‑53534840‑54394047325
49th1592Timothy Chan7th Wave IOM51(DNC)50445442383446(DNC)359
50th2393Daniel CoadyDRSC50‑5347525147462445(DNC)362
51st1549Charlie CombeDRSC4749‑54‑55414451544744377
52nd1261Kevin FarrellLSC‑524849515246394944(DNC)378
53rd1058Harvey O'SullivanAWSC4546404645(DNC)555253(DNC)382
54th2138Natasha CubittAWSC‑54445254‑554853514837387
55th2211Alasdair KellyIOMYC(DNF)(DNC)DNS43533941DNSDNSDNS400

Regatta Fleet

PosSail NoHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6Pts
1st798Alice DavisGreat Moor Sailing Club1‑5431211
2nd2509Eilish GrahamDRSC‑91512514
3rd2077Matthew EvansGreat Moor Sailing Club2‑8255115
4th1483Agnes Bracey‑DavisHISC36‑963321
5th2025Abby HireRLYC‑87824425
6th2171Phoebe JonesDWSC114146(DNF)26
7th2107Anna MorleyHISC527‑107728
8th1390Katie ScottRSC‑103678630
9th2580Georgina KentRipon S C/ Yorkshire Dales SC6103‑1210837
10th1916Holly BrayshayRSC7‑111189944
11th2751Emily TomanDRSC412101111(DNS)48
12th2111Beth MillerRSC129(DNS)9DNSDNS56

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