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- 14/05/2009 at 9:33 pm #3917AnonymousInactive
Just letting you all know that myself and Sue will be at Castle Cove for the Westens. Camping is not available on site so we are booked into http://www.pebblebank.co.uk/ This is about 1 3/4 miles away.
See you all at castle cove!:lol:
W941630/05/2009 at 9:55 am #8187Steve CollinsMember
Thanks for this info, Scott. We have booked ourselves in.
The club NOR for this event is now available. http://www.ccsc.org.uk/racing/open2009/nor.pdf
Steve16/06/2009 at 6:40 pm #8244Steve CollinsMember
A full report and results for the Southern Areas will be posted on the website shortly.
16 boats attended including three home club boats. We all pretended we were sailing in the Olympics!
Top four places
1. 8868 Cordon Rouge, Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend
2. 88 Pieces of Eight, Martin Collen and Terry Curtis
3. 8888 Doubloons, Graham and Robin Barker
4. 10610 Danegeld 5, Michael McKechnie and Graham.
The six Hartley Mark IV boats who attended integrated perfectly into the fleet and came 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, 12th and 14th. Michael McKechnie and Liam McGrath 10507 both got seconds and pushed Mike MacNamara hard but could not overtake him.
Martin Collen got two first places on Saturday in the light winds. Sunday was sailed in perfect force 2-4 with the lots of sun.
Steve23/06/2009 at 4:41 pm #8278mckechnieMember
Thee are some pictures on the Castle Cove Website of the “Westerns”. I will try and get some of them on the front page.
First one is I think the final race start23/06/2009 at 4:55 pm #8279mckechnieMember
I think this is the final race start plus 100yds
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