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Island Sailing Club Tuesday Evening Series - Race 16

by Rod Nicholls, Race Officer 15 Aug 19:21 BST 14 August 2018

Week 16 of the 18 week series saw a low turnout with many crews on holiday or recovering from Lendy Cowes Week.

With the wind at 16 to 20 knots from the south west and a flood tide all classes had two good beats before returning home and a little wet.

In Class 1 the Fast Cruisers, Steve Horne recorded his first win of the season in Jambo. Class 2 also saw a first win for Bob Littherland in Twickenham Fandango. Two more weeks racing of the series before the final race "The Bang and go back Race".

On Tuesday 4th September.

Race 16 Results:

PosNHCIRC Tandem Scoring
Class 1 - Fast Handicap
1stJAMBOXINSKA
2ndXINSKAWHOOPER
3rdLIGHTNING REFLEXJET
Class 2 – Medium Handicap
1stTWICKENHAM FANDANGOZIGGY
2ndSTAR-BORN 4MANDARIN
3rdJOIE DE VIVREMOUFLON NOIR
Class 3 – Slow Cruisers
1stKALLISTAKALLISTA
2ndSPARKIMEOW
3rdJIMINY CRICKETREASON TO BE CHEERFUL
Class 4 – Sonars – One Design
1stED SUCKLING
2ndIAN MARGHAM
3rdJOHN EDWARDS
Class 5 – Flying Fifteen – One Design
1stCOMFORTABLY NUMB
2ndFFLASHBACK

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