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2019 Flying Fifteen Australian Nationals at Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron - Overall

by Chris Mandalov 6 Jan 17:25 GMT 31 December 2018 - 5 January 2019
2019 Flying Fifteen Australian Nationals final day © Chris Mandalov

Nine races were completed over a five day regatta at the Flying 15 Australian National Championships held at the Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron.

Nick and Enfys Jerwood, from the South of Perth Yacht Club, dominated the regatta with four first placings and three second placings.

The Performance Handicap trophy for the series was won by Ffast Lane 3 helmed by John Wilson. Racing was abandoned on the fourth day of the regatta due to strong winds. A call was made early in the day and skippers and crew were given the day off for sightseeing and relaxation.

Three races were run on the final day of the regatta. These included a mixture of sausage and triangle courses. Conditions were pleasant with 12 14 kts but the water remained choppy from the strong winds the day before. Races 7 and 8 were won by Ineffable (Nick and Enfys Jerwood) and, as they had already sealed the championship win, they decided to sit out the last race.

This regatta saw the introduction of the inaugural Matt Owen Trophy for the highest placed female in the Australian Championships. This was won by Enfys Jerwood as crew on Ineffable. Runner up was Phillipa Packer who helmed Firefly.

An Invitational Race was held on Day 1 of the regatta in the sheltered Port River due to 20 - 22 kt wind conditions. The Uffa Fox Trophy for this race was won by Glamour Buoys (Greg Leaversuch and Peter Barblett, RFBYC).

First place in the division for old Classic boats was won by Scallywag (Marc Read, Christies Sailing Club).

Presentations were held in the prestigious upstairs dining room at the Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBow NoBoat NameSkipperCrewClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9Pts
1AUS398617INEFFABLENick JerwoodEnfys JerwoodSOPYC22[4]12111[29C]10
2406312FIREFLYPhilippa PackerDean McaullayRFBYC4[6]231[8]2.55219.5
3385925TUFFAN UPDavid YuChris NelsonRFBYC3[7]3255[10]7126
4AUS399216GLAMOUR BUOYSGreg LeaversuchPeter BarblettRFBYC[29O]517[9]22.56326.5
539412ARKDavid TabbDave BennettTBA[29O]164[19]454529
6365123SURPRIZE BY GIVERAUSStephen Fries SYC5356[17]642[7]31
739809FFAST LANE 3John Wilson RFBYC88[11]5476[11]947
8388027WHERE THE BLOODY HELCraig RaineyIan RaineyGLYC110[12]869118[14]53
9389024THE FLYING FLAMINGOLewis DaviesJohn RadnellDBYC74[18]1212[23]123656
10385821SECOND BREAKFFASTKaren DawesRussell DawesSoPYC6971015[18]9[20]1167
11385510FFLASHPOINTPeter RookePaul DunbarSoPYC9[28O]9137[19]18.510470.5
12AUS391028YES NO MAYBE!Jennifer SimsAdam SempleSoPYC/RFBYC[15][15]1598157131077
13388713FISHPhillip Parish RSAYS11112018[22]14[21]12894
14398318NELSONS LOOSE CANNONPeter GroomJohn MuscioGYC1612[21]1511[22]8141995
15393522SHEWHOMUSTBEOBEYEDJohn HassenKevin GriffithsSoPYC10[28O]1014[23]1122191298
16AUS406226UP SHIP CREEKChris VillaMark HolmesLMYC[29O][28F]191910101591799
17385419RELIANCE FFENTY FFOONicole MagyarLes KearneyTCBYC12[28S]816201716[23]13102
1837674BUBBLESKen BubbLee BubbTCBYC1714[22]1113[20]131618102
19396411FFOREIGNERSimon LucasAileen LucasPRSC131314[29F]1812[20]1820108
203781116Stephen PidgeonStuart AdamsonGYC141817[22]21131717[23]117
2137198FFAST LANEJeff VanceGreg VanceSoPYC18221620[27]16[29F]1515122
2239303AUSSIE FALCONDale CollingsWayne FallowsMSC/DBYC[29F][29C]13173329F29C29C123
23AUS39847FAFFINCarl PetterssonKristine PetterssonSoPYC1916[29Q]21162114[22]16123
2438365EFFEFFEXGary RichardsonKarl GottsDSC2123[25]2414[26]242122149
2534756ENUFF ROPEGreg HowellLeanne HowellSoPYC22172323[25][25]232421153
26398815FRESHWATERMichael OconnorConor BrownDBYC20192425242418.5[28F][29C]154.5
27167120SCALLYWAGMarc Read CSC2320[26]2626[27]252524169
28234514FLYING SQUADCraig BirbeckJohn PhillipsCBBC24212727[28][28]262625176

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