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Monjon J/24 Victorian State Championship at Sandringham Yacht Club

by Simon Grain 13 Mar 05:59 GMT 10-11 March 2018
Steve Girdis and his winning crew happily lifting the trophies © Simon Grain

Previous National Champion Steve Girdis and his mixed crew of Victorians and New South Welshmen (notionally a Victorian crew then) sailing 'Convicts Revenge' are the new 2018 Monjon J24 Victorian State Champions, from Dave West sailing 'Kaotic' (NSW) and Brendan Lee in 'By the Lee' (Vic).

Current National Champion Hugo Ottaway is the winner of the PHS competition from Kaotic and Convicts Revenge.

With hot sunny and light conditions on Saturday and heavier southerlies on Sunday, the regatta had a bit of everything, many old faces moved back in the fleet with new blood coming to the fore. The NSW entries did well in a very competitive fleet of 19 boats. Racing was very close with many races having the bulk of the fleet finishing with a few minutes of each other

A full report in the next few days, stay tuned.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBoat NameSkipperClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8Pts
14771CONVICTS REVENGEStephen GirdisCYCA211[20O]341113
24770KAOTICDave WestMYC525123[8]321
34795BY THE LEEBrendan LeeSYC44[10]4153526
45400BRUSCHETTA VIHugo OttawaySYC36[9]8922232
55246HYPERACTIVEKirsty HarrisSYC63[20O]5716735
64857CODE VIOLATIONMichael BondPASC1749894[13]42
75086CRACKERJACKDoug MacgregorSYC9112114[13]7448
85333J FORCEWarren CampbellSYC7582[12]691249
94792JETSimon GrainSYC1396135[14]5960
105218VICE VERSAJohn NevilleSYC812133[14]8141472
115058WILD FIREJanette SymeMYC11141212[15]710874
124457GUN BOATBruce AlexanderSYC1413[17]71012111077
134464TWO DOGSJack FullertonSYC[16]101661311121179
142632JOYRIDECuttsySYC1816310[20U]10131585
154433STOCKCARDavid McKayCSC128[20O]20O620R20S692
161324KICKINGRon ThomsonSYC10157141115[20S]20S92
174787BAILE DE LUNAAdam Keyes-TilleySYC15171515[20U]171516110
184470SANGUINEChris RavesiSYC[19]18111717181617114
191316SCRUMPYLeigh McLeodSYC17[19]141616161718114

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