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Rooster 420 UK National Championship at Hayling Island Sailing Club - Day 2

by Jennie Clark 25 Aug 2019 20:29 BST 24-27 August 2019
420 UK Nationals at Hayling Island day 2 © Jennie Clark

Day two of the Rooster sponsored 420 National Championships dawned with a little more cloud than the previous day and the promise of a pretty significant wind shift to come in before the racing got under way.

The fleet undertook a beach clean, gathering up rubbish around the dinghy park and launch areas. The PRO then encouraged the fleet to get afloat promptly so that the four races scheduled for the day could get under way on time.

Race three (races 1 and 2 having been sailed yesterday) saw Oliver Dowson-McGill, sailing with a replacement crew due to regular crew Calum Cook being ill, take a big lead from early on. Haydn Sewell/William Heathcote finished second with Dylan McPherson and Jack Lewis third. The black flag took out some big names including 2 of the class coaches and the overnight leader.

The black flag continued its merciless culling of those over the line with 11 casualties in race 4. Eleanor Keers/Faye Chatterton took line honours, with Martin Wrigley/Marcus Tressler in second place.

Race 5 was won by Martin/Marcus followed by Freddie and Jack Parkin, with a big gap between them and the rest of the fleet.

Having started the day feeling that achieving four races would be hard work, the PRO must have been delighted to get all four slotted in. The only discard cuts in with the 6th race and this leaves it all to play for in the following two days.

Haydn and William currently lead the event, with Eleanor Keers and Faye Chatterton the first all female pairing and 5th overall, and Millie and Steve Irish as first mixed team and 8th overall.

Results after Day 2:

PosBow NoNatSail NoHelmCrewHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6Pts
1st36GBR54483Haydn SewellWilliam HeathcoteRoyal Lymington YC/West Kirby SC3333‑12416
2nd75USA55494Freddie ParkinJack ParkinHayling Island SC1125(BFD)2121
3rd68GBR55517Martin WrigleyMarcus TresslerRYA15(BFD)211423
4th12GBR56108Jamie CookWill Martin 766(BFD)3224
5th23GBR56339Eleanor KeersFaye ChattertonItchenor SC5‑12419625
6th57GBR54487Dylan McPhersonJack LewisRYA911254‑1531
7th69GBR52756Neil MarsdenFrazer HemmingsBlackpool &fleetwood yc101(BFD)416334
8th10GBR55854Millie IrishSteve IrishDraycote Water SC647‑1514839
9th55GBR55942Sophie EdwardsEllie ThomasTata steel SC215106‑20740
10th33GBR55242Megan FergusonNick DeverauxFrensham Pond SC4716(BFD)15951
11th41GBR56467Ellie DriverRose EdmondsDraycote Water SC/Trearddur Bay SC1410‑171081254
12th65GBR54118Oliver Dowson McGillCalum CookKeyhaven YC/Royal Lymington YC1591(BFD)72456
13th9GBR53975Megan FarrerMaya BrownEmsworth SC/Hayling Island SC‑291497102363
14th4GBR4480Jess LaveryAlex Hughes 19138‑22131366
15th19GBR55169Hazel JonesMartyn JonesHISC1220‑261819574
16th6GBR54853Phoebe HutchingsEmmy WalkerWarsash SC881523‑372276
17th25GBR55375Julia StaiteBettine Harris 13‑3332952079
18th28GBR55871Ella LanceOllie Meadowcroft ‑22222116211090
19th18GBR56342Rhys LewisDrew WrightCBYC2026221111‑4290
20th2GBR53332Callum Davidson‑GuildJohnny ThompsonShotwick Lake SC/Treaddur Bay SC1827(BFD)17633101
21st32GBR52566Kt. ByneRichard ByneDraycote Water SC32191814‑3418101
22nd5GBR52759Jamie tylecotefreya PemberyRutland SC17‑3219251725103
23rd45GBR55634Harry GeorgeJames GeorgeLymington Town SC2118112630‑34106
24th66GBR544Annabel CattermoleBryony Bennett‑Lloyd ‑312113292716106
25th11GBR5472Kuba StaiteSzymon MatyjaszczukHISC2329(BFD)81829107
26th50GBR56116Ellie ClarkDaisy DesorgherRipon SC24‑2523202421112
27th44GBR53117Toby SchonrockThomas ClaytonParkstone YC30342712‑3811114
28th37GBR54849Lucy HughesJosh ManningPwllheli SC2817(BFD)193317114
29th34GBR55398Terry HackerJoey Taylor 261629(BFD)2619116
30th7GBR54852Bertie FisherOscar CawthorneItchenor SC2523‑31242326121
31st64GBR53159Tim RushEllie Rush 1630(BFD)212531123
32nd38GBR54482Henry Heathcotehector bennettRLymYC3724201332‑39126
33rd67GBR53966Kieran YoungOllie SturleyParkstone YC3336142722‑37132
34th39GBR54785Mathias PotterCameron HookWarsash SC362812(BFD)4128145
35th21GBR56113Ching WongElinor OlearyIsland Barn Reservoir SC34312430‑3532151
36th30GBR54480Scarlett CawthorneMatty EvansShustoke SC353530(BFD)2930159
37th22GBR56091Cally TerkelsonCharlie BaconStone SC‑433925283140163
38th26GBR55107Abbey MumfordEvie HerringtonDowns SC27383431‑4035165
39th74IRL54847Jack McDowellHarry ThompsonMalahide YC38412833‑4438178
40th14GBR55373Tom GlaisterTom Ewart SmithItchenor SC41‑4538324227180
41st71IRL54979Daniel ThompsonAbbey WilliamsonWexford harbour boat and tennis club whb443733(BFD)3936189
42nd72IRL56791Lauren McDowellJoshua McGregorRoyal North of Ireland YC3943353443‑44194
43rd17GBR53645Nick EvansJosh LyttleBlackwater SC464736(DNF)2845202
44th73GBR55472Laura KillinerSophie KillinerRoyal North of Ireland YC4244373545‑47203
45th20GBR52062Freya SewellMolly Dowson McGill 4040(BFD)BFD3641205
46th15GBR5448Sam ThomsonFinn RogersEmsworth SC4542(BFD)BFD4643224
47th3GBR52565Freya TerryJosh PricePPSA474639(BFD)4746225

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