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Allen, North Sails and Selden Enterprise National Championships - Day 4

by Alice Allen 8 Aug 2019 10:31 BST 3-9 August 2019

Instead of the scheduled lay-day and due to big winds forecast for Friday, the Enterprise Association and organisers at Mount's Bay Sailing Club decided to reschedule the racing programme to fit in three races on Wednesday.

The fleet were held ashore until the Osprey class finished their first race, and then headed out to the starting area in bright sunshine with a steady 15 knots of breeze.

Jane and Nick Scutt were pathfinder but their race ended in disaster with a breakage. Similar fate befell Phil and Laura Bevan with their kicker breaking. Both boats managed to cobble together repairs with the Scutts completing the race, and the Bevans joining in for the next two races.

Phil Ford and Jane Humpage led the fleet round the first mark, with Paul Hobson and Craig Wheatley, and Dave and Chris Jackman close on their tail. It was Hobson though who took the gun, with Dave and Chris Jackman second and Martin Honnor and Gabe Hill third.

Race 8 saw Steve Sargent and Eloise Jaycock as pathfinders. In fairly shifty conditions, the fleet split across the course with some big gains and equally large losses shaking up the results. It was Dave and Chris Jackman though who held their nerve to come first, with Steve Blackburn and Tim Brownell second and Paul Hobson and Craig Wheatley third.

Martin Honnor and Gabe Hill were pathfinders for Race 9 with the wind dropping slightly to 10-12 knots. Once again Dave and Chris Jackman took the bullet with Phil Ford and Jane Humpage second, and Tim Sadler and Chris Keatley third.

With just one race to be held on Thursday, it’s all to play for. Paul Hobson and Craig Wheatley are just one point ahead of Dave and Chris Jackman, with Ann Jackson and Alan Skeens just one point ahead of Jane and Nick Scutt for the Ladies Trophy. Jeremy and Lloyd Williams are comfortably ahead in the Silver fleet from Joe and Jack Sargent, and Alex Morcumb and Daniel Sell leading the Bronze fleet.

Thursday looks to offer a different race, with the wind switching to the east but still forecast to be around 12-15 knots.

Results after Day 4:

PosBow NoSail NoBoat NameHelmCrewClubFleetR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9Pts
1st8823421MargretPaul HobsonCraig WheatleyLooe SC / Beaver SCGold3(DNF)111313‑413
2nd7922940Rebel RouserDavid JackmanChris JackmanLooe SCGold513‑20‑8121114
3rd10523384 Tim SadlerChris KeatleyYorkshire Dales SC / Penarth YCGold13633‑18‑116325
4th10022619Riot VanMartin HonnorGabe HillOgston SCGold‑15‑9424238932
5th762331050 Shades of BlueSteve BlackburnTim BrownellWLYC / Leigh and Lowton SCGold4‑147‑125572838
6th9722652That’s EntertainmentJeremy StephensBecca StephensPenzance SCGold‑12427‑164511740
7th6722439FloozyPhil BevanLaura BevanGrafham Water SCGold‑22105676(DNF)9548
8th9122456Unlawful EntryNigel BirdAndy BirdRYAGold1368510‑15‑2010658
9th8223135Bang TidyDarren RoachHayley RamadharLooe SCGold9211132‑1410‑211259
10th9423270KittyPhil FordJane HumpageBristol Corinthian YCGold7(DNF)9196116‑20260
11th7123275WimpMatt JaycockIvan JaycockLooe SCGold88‑17412(DSQ)16151376
12th7423015Wedg‑ENick JacksonLaurence DorrBurghfield SCGold111112‑141412912(DNF)81
13th8323420Peak DinghyMatt RawsonVicky GommOgston SCGold1012102197‑2413‑2982
14th7222Comfortably NumbJeremy WilliamsLloyd WilliamsPenzance SCSilver‑17514161513417(DNF)84
15th6122762Churchfield 2Steve SargentEloise JaycockLooe SCGold216‑3118‑23108161686
16th6223349To Infirmity and BeyondAnn JacksonAlan SkeensBurghfield SCGold14191510‑28161414‑20102
17th8023089Simply RedCharles MorrishMarc HegerSt Mary's Loch SCGold(DSQ)231817119‑26421103
18th6822702EspadarteJane ScuttNick ScuttMiddle Nene SCGold2024‑269138‑321910103
19th8922166Da's BoatJoe JackmanJack SargentLooe SCSilver‑232019(DNF)192019511113
20th7023410WimpGes BrownJulie MooreSCYCGold181323(DNS)201913‑2414120
21st8623347MinionCallum DingleConor LanganLooe SCSilver25181381717‑3027(DNF)125
22nd9622868Immoral EntryAlex MorcumbDaniel SellMounts Bay SCBronze28212025(DNF)2312‑3115144
23rd9523169Snow PicnicBrian BowdlerEsther BowdlerLooe SCSilver26‑31241526‑31221817148
24th6423443Wannabe RedJonathan WoodwardJackie FranklinSouth Staffs SCGold211725(DNF)2524‑282218152
25th10323249Thunderbird 2Richard PrykeAmelia PrykeRipon SCGold1915(DNF)2318262726(DNF)154
26th6522501Blue JobAlice AllenJames HobsonBristol Corinthian YCGold1672724(DNC)29‑342923155
27th6622322Kirkup's Cast Off’sKeith TylerKatie TylerHunts SCSilver‑3329‑35113021173319160
28th7722418Limited EditionAndy GommSarah GommOgston SCGold24‑252222242223‑2525162
29th9223351Yoo Hoo ‑ Big Summer Blow OutJohnny AllenRay ToomerBristol Corinthian YCSilver(DSQ)22(DNS)DNS2125182322178
30th9322901Out of the BluePaul YoungAlex HomerMidland SCSilver‑34271627293031‑3928188
31st10621889GulpTom KliskeyAoife MooneyPenzance SCSilver‑3126212627‑35293030189
32nd10223307PifPaffSimon BennettChris GodboltLooe SCBronze3232(DNF)(DNS)2227213227193
33rd7823274 Jack PopeFleur BennettLooe SCSilver‑383328333228‑353524213
34th8523170HarkenNick CraigAdam CraigBurghfield SC / Frensham SCGold6(DNF)(DNS)DNSDNCDNC157DNF216
35th10122807Never Say NeverJohn MatthewsDiane StephensPenzance SCSilver‑412830283132‑363433216
36th7322935MalabarChris PalmerAlex RichPenarth YCBronze‑35353432343325‑3735228
37th6323123Mick 'E' FinnJacob OwenLauren BowdlerLooe SCBronze‑4030292933(DNF)394037237
38th9022903Page.comMark MatthewsLiz MatthewsCastle Cove SCBronze2734(DNS)(DNS)DNFDNC382826247
39th6922705Two BeesRobin BroomfieldPaul BloomfieldMinima YCBronze‑3938(DNS)343834373632249
40th8423312AkangraPeter RendallHelen CumminsPenarth YCBronze3637333137(DNC)(DNC)3838250
41st9919007Captain SizerMike HeapBryce HowardOgston SCBronze294236(DNF)35(DNF)334136252
42nd8722345Suzy DeePaul DunnGary OswaldLooe SCBronze3741(DNS)(DNS)3936414234270
43rd9823194FlossieJimmy CockGraham KirkupMounts Bay SCBronze4240323036(DSQ)(DNC)DNCDNC274
44th7522368Thursdays ChildBenjamin ArcherOlivia BelliniParkstone YCBronze4439(DNS)(DNS)DNCDNC404331291
45th10422814Bang onNeil RoachNatalie RoachLooe SCBronze3036(DNS)(DNS)DNCDNCDNCDNCDNC301
46th8122655Red EntRichard ShillitoThomas DorrMinima YCBronze4343(DNS)(DNS)DNCDNC424439305

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