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Prizegiving for Seldén SailJuice Winter Series to be on Main Stage at RYA Dinghy Show

by Andy Rice 25 Feb 08:17 GMT 26 February 2022
Roger Gilbert & Ben McGrane win a windy Tiger Trophy at Rutland Water © Tim Olin / www.olinphoto.co.uk

The prize-giving for the Seldén SailJuice Winter Series always attracts a big crowd, and this season's review of the season takes place soon after doors open on Saturday morning at the RYA Dinghy & Watersports Show.

Taking place for the first time at the Farnborough International Exhibition Centre, the Show is aimed at people who are passionate about grass-roots dinghy sailing, which is what the Seldén SailJuice Winter Series is all about.

Starting at 1015am on the Main Stage, the prize-giving will celebrate not just the top ten overall, but the many different category winners.

You can find out more about the Series at www.SailJuiceSeries.com

Overall rankings

Roger Gilbert and Ben McGrane (505 - Netley SC) won three events, and were second in the fourth. It was the most dominant performance yet seen in the 13 seasons since the Winter Series first began. It's the first time a 505 has taken the top spot, but seeing as Gilbert & McGrane have won the National and European Championships in the past couple of years, there's no doubting the quality of this talented and hard-working duo.

For the second year running, Luke Fisher (RS Vareo - Emberton Park SC), finished in the runner-up spot with Ben Flower (Laser ILCA 7 - Paignton SC) in third. Just outside the podium by less than two points were previous winners of the Sailjuice Winter Series, Tom Gillard & Rachael Gray (Merlin Rocket - Staunton Harold).

Full results

RestartSailing Top Club

The Laser Radial (ILCA 6) class had a strong showing at the breezy Tiger Trophy and jumped three places to the top of the class rankings, knocking the Laser (ILCA 7) class from the top spot. The RS200s complete the podium. Rankings based on the best three results for each class across every race.

Full results

Trident Top Club

Lymington Town SC sailors had some good results at Rutland and won the Trident Top Club, with Draycote and Burghfield not far behind.

Full results

CraftInsure Club Rankings

It is great to see more family teams, either sailing together or in separate boats, competing for CraftInsure Family Rankings at Seldén SailJuice Winter Series events. Nigel & Andy Bird (Enterprise) came out on top in the CraftInsure Family Rankings, with father and daughter team, Chris & Abigail Larr (RS400 - Draycote SC), moving up to second place after a great result at the Tiger Trophy. Roger and James Blake (Osprey) complete the podium.

Full results

Top Lady

Ellie Craig (RS Aero 7 - Starcross), competed in all the events and took top spot in the Top Lady rankings. In second place was Serena Stewardson (Supernova - Emberton Park SC), with last year's champion, Val Millward (Challenger - Rutland SC), in third.

Full results

Youth

Maddie Childs (Laser Radial ILCA 6 - King George SC) took the top youth spot, with last year's champions Harry George & Ralph Cawthorne (420 - Lymington Town SC) not far behind. In third were Megan Farrer & Iain Blake (420 - Emsworth SC).

Full results

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