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Rooster 420 UK National Championship at Hayling Island Sailing Club - Overall

by Jennie Clark 27 Aug 2019 21:20 BST 24-27 August 2019
All set for the black tie dinner during the 420 UK Nationals at Hayling Island © Karen Ferguson

The final day of the 2019 Rooster sponsored 420 National Championship saw a light breeze at 8am fall away to nothing at the time racing was due to start.

PRO Zeb Elliott got AP hoisted quickly and we waited... and waited... and some went swimming, and others listened to music and everyone agreed that it was very hot and the lack of a sea breeze was quite bothersome! Seats in the shady areas of the balcony at HISC were in much demand!

Eventually it seemed that there was going to be enough wind to get the final 2 races in and a scramble ensued to get launched and out to the race course.

Thankfully the wind for the sail out was good. Sadly the wind 'on the race track' decided not to play ball, veering from side to side each time it looked like a line and course could be set. Finally, with just minutes before the possible last warning signal for a start, the PRO decided to call it a day and the fleet came back ashore with a fantastic display of colourful spinnakers bringing to an end the racing.

With no racing on this final day the results at the end of day three stood.

The class rules clearly state that to win prizes, or hold titles the sailors must be full members of the class association and those who had not paid full membership were therefore removed from the prizes. The skill and sailing ability shown by Martin Wrigley and Marcus Tressler was acknowledged by Class Sailing Secretary Karen Ferguson and they received a round of applause from the assembled sailors and supporters.

The buddy prize went to 'Pea and Ham', Freddie and Jack Parkin, Ellie Clark and Daisy Desorgher. The Special Award for Endeavour went to Nick Evans and Josh Lyttle, sailing in their first championships and steadily moving up the fleet through the event.

Overall Results:
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PosBow NoNatSail NoHelmCrewHelmClubR1R2R3R4R5R6R7R8R9R10Pts
1st68GBR55517Martin WrigleyMarcus TresslerRYA15(BFD)2114143132
2nd23GBR56339Eleanor KeersFaye ChattertonItchenor SC5124196‑17211555
3rd75USA55494Freddie ParkinJack ParkinHayling Island SC1125(BFD)2121219357
4th10GBR55854Millie IrishSteve IrishDraycote Water SC647‑151486314466
5th36GBR54483Haydn SewellWilliam HeathcoteRoyal Lymington YC/West Kirby SC33331242767(BFD)68
6th55GBR55942Sophie EdwardsEllie ThomasTata steel SC215106‑207910101079
7th57GBR54487Dylan McPhersonJack LewisRYA911254153278(BFD)84
8th33GBR55242Megan FergusonNick DeverauxFrensham Pond SC4716(BFD)1595961990
9th69GBR52756Neil MarsdenFrazer HemmingsBlackpool &fleetwood yc101(BFD)4163414BFD91
10th12GBR56108Jamie CookWill Martin 766(BFD)3215713BFD107
11th65GBR54118Oliver Dowson McGillMax KillinerKeyhaven YC/Royal Lymington YC1591(BFD)724341516112
12th41GBR56467Ellie DriverRose EdmondsDraycote Water SC/Trearddur Bay SC141017108121916‑2116122
13th4GBR4480Jess LaveryAlex Hughes 1913822131313175(BFD)123
14th25GBR55375Julia StaiteBettine Harris 13‑33329520718229135
15th28GBR55871Ella LanceOllie Meadowcroft 22222116211012‑24122138
16th6GBR54853Phoebe HutchingsEmmy WalkerWarsash SC881523‑37222811921145
17th19GBR55169Hazel JonesMartyn JonesHISC1220261819514‑32287149
18th2GBR53332Callum Davidson‑GuildJohnny ThompsonShotwick Lake SC/Treaddur Bay SC1827(BFD)176331651820160
19th9GBR53975Megan FarrerMaya BrownEmsworth SC/Hayling Island SC29149710231825‑3227162
20th32GBR52566Kt. ByneRichard ByneDraycote Water SC32191814‑34182614168165
21st7GBR54852Bertie FisherOscar CawthorneItchenor SC2523‑31242326218218170
22nd5GBR52759Jamie tylecotefreya PemberyRutland SC17‑321925172520232011177
23rd37GBR54849Lucy HughesJosh ManningPwllheli SC2817(BFD)19331711212615187
24th11GBR5472Kuba StaiteSzymon MatyjaszczukHISC2329(BFD)8182930191524195
25th18GBR56342Rhys LewisDrew WrightCBYC202622111142222031(BFD)205
26th45GBR55634Harry GeorgeJames GeorgeLymington Town SC2118112630‑3424262923208
27th66GBR544Annabel CattermoleBryony Bennett‑Lloyd 3121132927162534‑3612208
28th50GBR56116Ellie ClarkDaisy DesorgherRipon SC24252320242129‑412437227
29th64GBR53159Tim RushEllie Rush 1630(BFD)212531835BFD14228
30th38GBR54482Henry Heathcotehector bennettRLymYC3724201332‑3910373328234
31st39GBR54785Mathias PotterCameron HookWarsash SC362812(BFD)412823223413237
32nd34GBR55398Terry HackerJoey Taylor 261629(BFD)261942332329243
33rd44GBR53117Toby SchonrockThomas ClaytonParkstone YC30342712‑381132313535247
34th67GBR53966Kieran YoungOllie SturleyParkstone YC33361427223739‑402732267
35th21GBR56113Ching WongElinor OlearyIsland Barn Reservoir SC3431243035323528‑4425274
36th26GBR55107Abbey MumfordEvie HerringtonDowns SC27383431‑403531362522279
37th30GBR54480Scarlett CawthorneMatty EvansShustoke SC353530(BFD)2930DNC1330BFD298
38th17GBR53645Nick EvansJosh LyttleBlackwater SC464736(DNF)284536291717301
39th74IRL54847Jack McDowellHarry ThompsonMalahide YC38412833‑443833304233316
40th71IRL54979Daniel ThompsonAbbey WilliamsonWexford harbour boat and tennis club whb443733(BFD)393641433726336
41st14GBR55373Tom GlaisterTom Ewart SmithItchenor SC41453832422745‑464134345
42nd22GBR56091Cally TerkelsonCharlie BaconStone SC433925283140(DNC)DNCDNCDNC350
43rd20GBR52062Freya SewellMolly Dowson McGill 4040(BFD)BFD364137443831355
44th72IRL56791Lauren McDowellJoshua McGregorRoyal North of Ireland YC39433534434444‑453936357
45th73GBR55472Laura KillinerSophie KillinerRoyal North of Ireland YC4244373545‑4740384338362
46th15GBR5448Sam ThomsonFinn RogersEmsworth SC4542(BFD)BFD464338394030371
47th3GBR52565Freya TerryJosh PricePPSA474639(BFD)474643424539394

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