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Main Points – Changes to the Starting Sequence

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Apr 012017
 

The starting sequence for Main Points has changed for 2017.  

 

 

 

The sequence will be as follows:

  1. Lasers & Juniors
  2. RS200s & Fireflys (Fireballs)
  3. Snipes
  4. GP14s
  5. Solos

 

Russell is trying to decrease the numbers of starts to give more racing time.

There will be a manual calculation of handicap results between Juniors in Toppers and Juniors in Laser Radials while also allowing Juniors in Laser Radials to compete in the Laser fleet. Russell has promised that the situation will be monitored closely, and in the event of issues the start sequence can be altered in the RMS to accommodate alternative start sequences and amended through a change to the sailing instructions posted in the clubhouse.

Sunday Handicap and Main Points racing begins

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Mar 312017
 

The Sunday Handicap (12:30pm) and Main Points (13:45pm approx) series both start this Sunday, 2nd April, so even if you have not yet ventured out this year, then this weekend is the time to get yourself (and your boat!) down to the club and enjoy some sailing!

All sailors, please note carefully: The Main Points start sequence has changed for 2017!!

See details here

The weather forecast is looking  pretty good, so jump in the boat, and then join us in the bar afterwards to tell how it was for you! – “You know it makes sense!”

 

Icebreaker Series Report

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Mar 262017
 

The Icebreaker Series reached a conclusion today (Sunday 26th March) with glorious sunshine,  warm temperatures and a good wind from the East down the Mere.

The PRO and ARO set 3 good courses from boat starts, covering the length of the water, from I or A down to E or F.  The wind at the top of the course also benefited from the recent work on the trees around I and H. 

The top scorers were spread across 3 different classes:

  • First – Dave Nicholson (Laser)
  • Second – Phil Barnes (Solo)
  • Third – Martin and Sian Joesbury (RS200)

A total of 33 sailors took part, with 15 qualifying, so a good turnout during a March month that was kind to us, with good wind and good sailing!

The full series results from our computer race system are in the Racng/Results section – click here

NEXT SUNDAY – A reminder that April sees the start of our Main Points series, so if you boat is still in winter storage, time to get down to the club and enjoy a sail!

 

Sailing today

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Mar 122017
 
Sailing today

Today, the 12th March, saw our sailing season kick off at Budworth, and the wind was a pleasant F3 Westerly down the lake, the weather was very mild, with only a tiny bit of rain at the start of Race 3. Each of the 3 handicap races had a different course, ably set by the [read more…]

Pursuit Race success!

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Nov 302016
 
Pursuit Race success!

The Pursuit Trophy Race on the 27th November (postponed from October because of lack of wind) was close to suffering the same fate again, the day that the Budworth Pairs had vacated! However, a breeze from the north east was sufficient both races to be run successfully! The wind direction made for a tight course to be sailed with E to C as the first beat.

A ‘remnant’ from the Budworth Pairs, a Firefly was the ‘scratch’ boat, with Solo, GP14, Laser and RS200 following on. Ted Garner in the Solo quickly caught up his handicap of 1 minute 11 seconds to overtake the Firefly, and thereafter a ‘battle royal’ began [read more...]

Pursuit Trophy rescheduled

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Nov 142016
 
Pursuit Trophy rescheduled

The Pursuit Trophy event has been rescheduled for Sunday 27th November. Start time is as normal at 12:00, when there will be two pursuit races for the Philpott Trophy. This is the rescheduled event from the end of October due to lack of wind.

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October News

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Oct 052016
 
October News

Racing Update: 24 Hour Race and Snipe Open: Read all the info. in the full story…
Upcoming events Reminder – Main Points continues and will run until the clocks change on the 30th October – see below.
Pursuit Trophy – Sunday 30th October.
To celebrate the end of the Main Points (and the clocks going back) we have the annual Pursuit Trophy event – two pursuit races starting at 12:00 GMT.
Budworth Pairs – 26th and 27th November. Details and NoR now on the site here: Budworth Pairs 26-27th Nov
Please read the full story for details on these and other BSC news!