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National Redwing Championship at Looe Sailing Club - Day 4

by Paul Sedgbeer 28 Aug 2015 10:46 BST 22-28 August 2015

Tuesday's race was eventually cancelled with heavy rain and low cloud leading to poor visibility across the bay.

After the lay day on Wednesday, Thursday dawned a much better day allowing for two races to take place, catching up with the race schedule.

Race four saw Matt Jaycock and Francis Marshall aboard R226 take an early lead which they never surrendered.

Race five back to back was a different matter with local Redwing supremo Colin Crabb and crew Adam Hayler showing the fleet a clean pair of heals ahead of current series leader in the Looe Sailing Club points series Dave Jackman and John Crabb with Jaycock and Marshall this time relegated to third place. First visiting boat was Mike Stace and Deane Morton from Tenby in sixth place and Keith and Ned Buchanan from Scilly in seventh.

Results after Day 4: (five races, 1 discard)

PosSail NoBoatHelmCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5Pts
1st226 Matt JaycockFrancis MarshallLooe S.C.1221‑36
2nd245ShytalkDavid JackmanJohn CrabbLooe S.C.41‑64211
3rd252Red KitePaul DunnGareth Shaw/Chris JackmanLooe S.C.3413‑511
4th244DragonColin CrabbAdam HaylerLooe S.C.‑6335112
5th243Celtic WarriorArthur KinverTamsin KinverLooe S.C.27‑92920
6th250Spirit of Bald EaglePeter KinverJoe PalfreyLooe S.C.‑9578424
7th225SweetsongMike StaceDeane MortonTenby S.C.‑7657624
8th251ShagKeith BuchananNed BuchananI.O.S. S.C.8‑1546725
9th241Shamrock IIIDes HockingFlorence HockingLooe S.C.510‑2410833
10th240 Jack PopeAlex RichardsonLooe S.C.‑148891035
11th253Wight FalconMile FoulkesAntoine JonesLooe S.C.‑131210131146
12th219 Alex McDonaldRuthTenby S.C.‑171112121247
13th211ChantyEric EvansKaty QuickNorth Devon Y.C.1014‑24111449
14th246NightingaleCeil DuValleHedley MartinLooe S.C.11‑1813141351
15th183ChoughGeoff GodboltPaul SteeperLooe S.C.‑181311151554
16th154ChaffinchMike HickPoppy FlaxmanNorth Devon Y.C.12‑1614161658
17th166RosewingJames PorterClare BerncastleLooe S.C.159‑24192467
18th95FantasticJames FletcherSam SteomanI.O.S. S.C.19‑2415171768
19th220PipitJean Claude CamarJack LebretonPlerin‑201717201973
20th178VenusCarol ShaveJake BuchananI.O.S. S.C.16‑2424181876
21st194VianneMike HannafordSam WrghtmanOxford S.C.‑221916222077
22nd2KittiwakeRichard SpillerKeith Cockerill ‑232118212181
23rd134   I.O.S. S.C.2120‑24242489

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