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Allen, North Sails and Selden Enterprise National Championships - Day 2

by Phil Ford 6 Aug 2019 11:39 BST 3-9 August 2019
Paul and Craig leading on day 2 of the Allen, North Sails & Selden Enterprise Nationals at Mount's Bay © Tim Olin / www.olinphoto.co.uk

Day 2 of the Allen, North Sails and Selden Enterprise Nationals championship produced a building breeze as the competitors headed out for the race area anticipating an exciting day.

Race 3 of the championship was delayed for over 3 hours due to shifting winds. The early starters of Paul Hobson and Craig Wheatly charged the beat to lead round the first mark closely followed by Dave Jackman and Martin Honnor. Following a close battle through the race between the leading players, by the close Hobson maintained his position and reenergised his championship. Jeremy Stephens now on home waters charged through the fleet to claim second with the Jackmans third and Martin Honnor fourth.

Race 4 started with a right hand biased course. Although the pathfinders Nigel and Andy Bird headed towards the right-hand side of the course, the early leaders round the first mark came from the middle of the start line. Steve Blackburn and Phil Bevan were 1 and 2 round the first mark closely followed by the Birds and Phil Ford / Jane Humpage. Unfortunately for Phil and Jane, a humping Dave Jackman decide to mount his boat sideways, pushing both boats down the fleet.

With an oscillating breeze, the contenders picking the shifts rather than hitting the right-hand corner made major gains through the race. Paul Hobson enjoying the conditions, steadily picked off the fleet to take a second win with Martin Honnor in close attendance taking second, Tim Sadler in third with Matt and Ivan Jaycock fourth.

Overnight it's all to play for with Hobson leading on 5 points with Sadler and Jackman close behind.

Results after Day 2:

PosBow NoSail NoHelmCrewClubFleetR1R2R3R4Pts
1st8823421Paul HobsonCraig WheatleyLooe SC / Beaver SCGold3(DNF)115
2nd10523384Tim SadlerChris KeatleyYorkshire Dales SC / Penarth YCGold13‑637
3rd7922940David JackmanChris JackmanLooe SCGold513‑209
4th9722652Jeremy StephensBecca StephensPenzance SCGold‑1242713
5th10022619Martin HonnorGabe HillOgston SCGold‑1594215
6th9122456Nigel BirdAndy BirdRYAGold‑1368519
7th7123275Matt JaycockIvan JaycockLooe SCGold88‑17420
8th6722439Phil BevanLaura BevanGrafham Water SCGold‑22105621
9th8223135Darren RoachHayley RamadharLooe SCGold9211‑1322
10th7623310Steve BlackburnTim BrownellWLYC / Leigh and Lowton SCGold4‑1471223
11th8323420Matt RawsonVicky GommOgston SCGold101210‑2132
12th7423015Nick JacksonLaurence DorrBurghfield SCGold111112‑1434
13th7222Jeremy WilliamsLloyd WilliamsPenzance SCSilver‑175141635
14th9423270Phil FordJane HumpageBristol Corinthian YCGold7(DNF)91935
15th6122762Steve SargentEloise JaycockLooe SCGold216‑311836
16th8623347Callum DingleConor LanganLooe SCSilver‑251813839
17th6223349Ann JacksonAlan SkeensBurghfield SCGold14‑19151039
18th6522501Alice AllenJames HobsonBristol Corinthian YCGold167‑272447
19th6822702Jane ScuttNick ScuttMiddle Nene SCGold2024‑26953
20th7023410Ges BrownJulie MooreSCYCGold181323(DNS)54
21st10323249Richard PrykeAmelia PrykeRipon SCGold1915(DNF)2357
22nd8023089Charles MorrishMarc HegerSt Mary's Loch SCGold(DSQ)23181758
23rd8922166Joe JackmanJack SargentLooe SCSilver232019(DNF)62
24th6423443Jonathan WoodwardJackie FranklinSouth Staffs SCGold211725(DNF)63
25th9523169Brian BowdlerEsther BowdlerLooe SCSilver26‑31241565
26th9622868Alex MorcumbDaniel SellMounts Bay SCBronze‑2821202566
27th7722418Andy GommSarah GommOgston SCGold24‑25222268
28th9322901Paul YoungAlex HomerMidland SCSilver‑3427162770
29th6622322Keith TylerKatie TylerHunts SCSilver3329‑351173
30th10621889Tom KliskeyAoife MooneyPenzance SCSilver‑3126212673
31st10122807John MatthewsDiane StephensPenzance SCSilver‑4128302886
32nd6323123Jacob OwenLauren BowdlerLooe SCBronze‑4030292988
33rd7823274Jack PopeFleur BennettLooe SCSilver‑3833283394
34th8523170Nick CraigAdam CraigBurghfield SC / Frensham SCGold6(DNF)DNSDNS100
35th8423312Peter RendallHelen CumminsPenarth YCBronze36‑373331100
36th7322935Chris PalmerAlex RichPenarth YCBronze‑35353432101
37th9823194Jimmy CockGraham KirkupMounts Bay SCBronze‑42403230102
38th9919007Mike HeapBryce HowardOgston SCBronze294236(DNF)107
39th9022903Mark MatthewsLiz MatthewsCastle Cove SCBronze2734(DNS)DNS108
40th10223307Simon BennettChris GodboltLooe SCBronze3232(DNF)DNS111
41st6922705Robin BroomfieldPaul BloomfieldMinima YCBronze3938(DNS)34111
42nd10422814Neil RoachNatalie RoachLooe SCBronze3036(DNS)DNS113
43rd9223351Johnny AllenRay ToomerBristol Corinthian YCSilver(DSQ)22DNSDNS116
44th8722345Paul DunnGary OswaldLooe SCBronze3741(DNS)DNS125
45th7522368Benjamin ArcherOlivia BelliniParkstone YCBronze4439(DNS)DNS130
46th8122655Richard ShillitoThomas DorrMinima YCBronze4343(DNS)DNS133

Race 3 & 4:

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