Southern Area Championship at MYC, incl results
For a good championship, you need some help from nature and fortunately, the weather was fair on the river Medway over the weekend of the 8-9th September for the Wayfarer Southern Area Championships hosted by the Medway Yacht Club and forming part of the Craftinsure National Circuit and Travellers Series.
Few boats had registered by the preceding week but by the Saturday morning, 22 had entered the event with a strong competitive fleet with missing only the current European and National Champion, Michael McNamara who was already committed to a local Wayfarer Rally in Norfolk.
Saturday dawned with bright skies and a WSW wind of between 10-18mph. Jamie Blair, the Race Officer and his team set a course in Long Reach past the site of the old and now demolished Kingsnorth Power Station. ...read more
The first start had to be stopped at 4 minutes as the wind flicked left giving excessive port bias to the line, but at the second attempt the fleet got under way in good order with the race being won by Andrew and Tom Wilson (Datchet), with Bill Whitney and John Shelton (Shoreham) and John Clementson and Paul Grace (Chipstead) second and third respectively. This race showed the eventual outcome of the championships as these three competitors had a most consistent set of results over the six race series to their credit. Simon Winn, by far the most senior racer in the fleet was going well despite the brisk conditions but capsized and with increasing winds, wisely did not compete further. All credit to him for entering the regatta in such windy conditions.
Race 2 got off to a clean start with Tim and Jacqueline Townsend (MYC) leading the way for most of the race but they were just unable to hold onto the lead at the end being overhauled by the Wilsons and Bill Whitney to finish a fine third. The windward marks were laid close to the Kingsnorth Jetty and it proved difficult to decide whether to go left into the strongly ebbing tide and get a clear wind or right and face disturbed wind from the obstruction of the jetty. As usual, the top boats made the correct calls.
For race 3, the Race Officer set a triangle/sausage course with Bill Whitney getting a win. John Goudie (Wilsonians) had an excellent race battling for line honours until the final mark, when he tripped over. Despite this setback, he and his crew showed that it is possible to right a Mark 4 Wayfarer in double quick time as they still managed to finish 14th.
The beat home after racing was long against a strong ebbing tide and we were all glad to return to the MYC for free beer sponsored by Shepherd Neame followed by a champagne reception hosted by Len Jones, unable to race following a hip operation the week before. The MYC gave an excellent dinner in the evening with a quiz compèred by the MYC Commodore, Mark Penny, where the wide ranging set of questions particularly on Kent topics proved a bit challenging for some of the visitors.
For Sunday, the wind was fresher, averaging 15-20mph. The RO set the course in Pinup Reach again giving good windward/leeward courses with no particular bias to the windward leg; reading wind shifts was important as ever. For race 4, there was a strong flood tide running and unsurprisingly, half the fleet were over the line and there was a general recall. With the U flag displayed, the fleet were more disciplined and got away cleanly at the second attempt. The Wilsons won the race but the run proved to be important as going straight up the course led to big gains and inverted the race positions for many of the competitors. Race 5 was again won by the Wilsons showing great consistency with John Clementson a fine second. The requirement to sail through the line on each lap caught out a number of competitors over the weekend including this author to his annoyance.
The wind increased for the final race and this was won convincingly by Guy Marks and Mel Titmuss (Bough Beech). There was then an easier sail home through Hoo Creek for a late lunch, boat packing and the prize giving. The Wilsons were the overall winners followed by Whitney/Shelton and Clementson/Grace. The best placed home boat was sailed by Richard Stone and Catherine Gore in sixth place overall
Thanks were expressed by the competitors for the excellent Race Management team headed by Jamie Blair before the drive home to rest weary limbs and backs.
Thanks to all the travellers and local boats for participating in an excellent weekend of sailing.
This area championship at Medway Yacht Club was the sixth in the eight boat Craftinsure Wayfarer National Circuit and Travellers Series. Leaders at this stage are the Wilsons with Whitney/Shelton in second place and Marks/Titmuss in third. With two events left the Wilsons will be difficult to overhaul but lurking outside the top ten at this stage is one team which could come into the reckoning if the stars are aligned.
The next event in the National Circuit Series will be the open meeting at Swarkestone Sailing Club, Derby (a new venue for the Wayfarers) on 6-7 October 2018.
|1st||11093||Andrew Wilson||Tom Wilson||Datchet Water SC||1||1||2||1||1||(DNS)||6|
|2nd||10688||Bill Whitney||John Shelton||Shoreham SC||2||2||1||(5)||4||2||11|
|3rd||11101||John Clementson||Paul Grace||Chipstead SC||3||(4)||3||2||2||4||14|
|4th||11120||Guy Marks||Mel Titmus||Bough Beech SC||4||9||(18)||3||3||1||20|
|5th||11170||Brian Lamb||Sam Pygall||Wilsonian SC||5||(10)||4||4||6||7||26|
|6th||10974||Richard Stone||Catherine Gore||MYC||6||(13)||5||6||5||9||31|
|7th||10686||Brian McKenzie||Elizabeth McKenzie||MYC||9||5||6||11||7||(RET)||38|
|8th||11080||Chris Parish||Robert Crocket||MYC||(15)||12||7||7||8||5||39|
|9th||11012||Tim Townsend||Jacqueline Townsend||MYC||7||3||12||(15)||15||3||40|
|10th||10947||Stewart Coltart||Catriona Coltart||MYC||12||6||8||8||9||(DSQ)||43|
|11th||11118||John Gaudie||Sam Boniface||Wilsonian SC||8||7||14||(16)||11||6||46|
|12th||10614||Mark Penny||Gail Penny||MYC||11||11||(16)||14||12||8||56|
|13th||11189||Nigel O'Donnell||Michael O'Donnell||Swarkestone SC||(DSQ)||8||11||10||UFD||11||63|
|14th||10673||Dave Roberts||Malin Persson||Bough Beech SC||16||16||9||9||(17)||13||63|
|15th||11026||Giles Wright||Steph Heusley||Royal Harwich YC||10||17||13||13||10||OCS||63|
|16th||11183||Mike Weighill||Carl Martin||Swarkestone SC||14||14||(15)||12||14||12||66|
|17th||10570||Ian Richards||Adam Light||Great Moor SC||13||15||10||18||13||(DNS)||69|
|18th||7899||Ian Foxwell||Adam Hampton||MYC||17||18||17||17||(UFD)||10||79|
|19th||10875||Mike Pimm||Pete Dilley||MYC||18||19||19||19||16||(RET)||91|
|20th||10937||James Buckley||Stan Benwell||MYC||(DSQ)||20||20||20||18||14||92|
|21st||10615||Alberto Quaglia||Andy Howard||MYC||(DSQ)||21||21||RET||19||15||99|
|22nd||8595||Simon Winn||Sarah Mason||MYC||(DNF)||DNS||DNS||DNS||DNS||DNS||115|
Southern Area Championships – Day Two
The prize giving took place on the terrace under a sunny sky. End of a wonderful weekend of racing.
Overall results (top 6):
1st Andrew and Tom Wilson
2nd Bill Whitney and John Shelton
3rd John Clementson and Paul Grace
4th Guy Marks and Mel Titmus
5th Brian Lamb and Sam Pygall
6th Richard Stone and Catherine Gore
Southern Area Championships – Day One
Three good races, two of a windward/leeward type and the third being a triangle/sausage.
Andrew and Tom Wilson had a good day with two first places and a second, but are being chased hard by Bill Whitney and John Shelton with two second places and one first.
Top six places after day one:
1st Andrew and Tom Wilson
2nd Bill Whitney and John Shelton
3rd John Clementson and crew
4th Brian Lamb and Sam Pygall
5th Brian and Liz McKenzie
6th Tim and Jacqueline Townsend
Eastern Area Championship, Waldringfield SC
The Wayfarer Eastern Area Championship took place at Waldringfield Sailing Club in Suffolk over the weekend of 28/29 July. A week before the event the organisers had been worried that there would be no wind. However, there was no need to worry about that because after six weeks of hot sun and medium to no wind the forecast was for force 5 with gusts up to force 7 for the Saturday and more on the Sunday! ...read more
As promised race one winds were a good force 5 gusting 7 and by the end of the race Brian Lamb and Sam Pygall (W11170) managed to wriggle through to third place with Roger Challis and Mark Johnston holding second place and the Wilsons remaining in the lead. The weather resulted in only 10 of the 17 entrants starting the race and only 8 finishing, with 2 capsizes.
Race 2 started back-to-back and to the delight of everybody the winds were slowly increasing, especially the gusts! Roger Challis and Mark Johnston got the perfect start being only inches away from the Committee boat. Their lead was quickly taken by the Wilsons who were able to point extremely high, forcing Roger Challis and Mark Johnston to tack off and lose first place. Brian Lamb and Sam Pygall were close behind with very close racing taking place on the beats going through “The Rocks”. Competitors quickly learnt that avoiding the relatively short tacks to stay out of the tide as much as possible did not pay off with one mistake losing one or more places.
By the end of the race wind speeds were at the very top of force 5 and into 6 with gusts of force 7 and bottom end of 8. Race 2 only had 6 competitors finish and the rescue boats were again kept busy with capsizes.
Before Race 3 there was a well-earned break where the Race Officer canvassed views on what to do for Race 3. The decision was to give it a go and because of the more extreme forecast for Sunday hold 2 short races rather than the single one on the programme. Eight boats made the water for the 3rd race with some turning back almost straight away. The wind was now a lower force 6 gusting 8 with the tide having turned, so there was wind against tide, making sea conditions very rough and short. All the competitors that got to the race area saw the conditions and headed back home before the Race Officer had a chance to declare the race abandoned. There were no casualties getting back and everybody had earned the extremely delicious BBQ they would get in the evening.
On the Sunday morning the weather was as predicted, and a decision was made to have two races back-to-back. As the race started the wind was just touching a force 6 but although the gusts were a good 7 they did not feel quite as bad as the previous day. A total of 7 boats set out to race including Liz Feibusch and Will Cleverley (W11000) with cut-down sails. The Wilsons started in the lead with Roger Challis and Mark Johnston hot on their tail. This time Roger Challis and Mark Johnston managed to hold onto the Wilsons for a large part of the first beat before the Wilsons again pulled away. Going into the windward mark the Wilsons appeared to have severely misjudged the transit line so Roger Challis and Mark Johnston took the opportunity to tack for the mark much earlier only to find themselves sail into a large hole. Perhaps the Wilsons had not made a mistake! This resulted in Roger and Mark losing a lot of ground against Matthew Lake/Rachel Parkinson and Brian Lamb/Sam Pygall, with Roger and Mark then having to do a turn as they clipped the mark. This resulted in Matthew/Rachel and Brian/Sam moving into second and third place before Roger and Mark regained second place on the reach.
The positions remained the same with the Wilsons and Roger/Mark having considerable gaps between themselves and the next competitors until the leg before the penultimate leg where a huge gust came through just as Roger and Mark needed to gybe which they knew they would not survive. Instead they tried to drop the spinnaker which proved to be difficult and ended up on the Deben mud watching Brian/Sam and Matthew/Rachel sail by. Finishing position were 1st the Wilsons, 2nd Brian Lamb/Sam Pygall, 3rd Matthew Lake/Rachel Parkinson and 4th Roger Challis/Mark Johnston. Liz and Will came in 7th, meaning that Liz won the First Lady Helm award.
The Race Officer was intending to do the 4th race but less than a minute after finishing more big gusts came through resulting in Matthew/Rachel and Roger/Mark capsizing. With the sudden increase in wind and gust strength the Race Officer decided to cancel further racing. A very good decision as gusts were now up to force 8!
Final positions for the competition are given in the version of this report in the Racing Results section of the website – it is good to see that three different clubs were in the first 3 positions.
|1st||11093||Andrew Wilson||Tom Wilson||Datchet Water||1||1||1||3|
|2nd||10992||Roger Challis||Mark Johnston||Waldringfield||2||2||4||8|
|3rd||11170||Brian Lamb||Sam Pygall||Wilsonian||3||4||2||9|
|4th||8200||Matt Lake||Rachel Parkinson||Waldringfield||4||6||3||13|
|5th||10588||John Haile||John Parish||Waldringfield||5||3||5||13|
|6th||11026||Giles Wright||Steph Heusley||Royal Harwich||6||5||DNC||29|
|7th||10993||Haydn Evans||Tim Power||Waldringfield||7||DNS||6||31|
|8th||11000||Liz Feibusch||Will Cleverley||Orford||DNS||DNS||7||43|
|9th||11119||Ben Davies||Olivia Davies||Aldeburgh||8||DNF||DNC||44|
|10th||11060||Colin Johnson||Martin Johnson||Waldringfield||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||10717||Gordon Harris||Anne Spalding||Waldringfield||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||11107||Tony Geary||Keith Vincent||Waldringfield||DNF||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||10620||Robert Mulcahy||Fiona Mulcahy||Aldeburgh||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||11059||Mike Pert||Rani Pert||Waldringfield||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||10974||Richard Stone||Catherine Gore||Medway||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||10601||Jamie Wheatley||Wilf Wheatley||Aldeburgh||DNF||DNS||DNC||54|
|10th||10798||Peter Redshaw||Janette Redshaw||Aldeburgh||DNS||DNS||DNC||54|
Wayfarer Europeans Day 4
The equation was simple. If Mogens Just won both races he would win the title from Mac on countback repeating his victory from Heeg a couple of years ago.
Boats were rigged (some of the fleet with reefed sails and masthead buoyancy) and the fleet launched into a breeze which was in truth, by then, a touch less than the previous day.
Mac and Simon had their serious heads on. Mogens was seen doing some serious stretching before he launched.
Not long before the scheduled start a lone Wayfarer was seen sailing back into the harbour. This was Mogens whose back (injured while sailing a Melges) was causing too much pain for him to race. Indeed, Anders, his crew had helmed the boat home with Mogens sitting as still as possible and in obvious pain.
This could have been an anticlimax but Mac and Simon stayed afloat and delivered a masterclass in heavy weather dinghy racing, winning both races and with them the Championship. The boat-handling of all the boats who ventured out, especially those who flew spinnakers, was exemplary. It was a joy to watch.
Congratulations to Mac and Simon for retaining the European title.
Well done, also, to Brian and Liz McKenzie who sailed all the races and finished 6th overall and second placed UKWA boat.
Wayfarer Europeans Day 3
From the shore the leaders impressed as they flew down the run, skilfully flying their spinnakers and usually gunning successfully although even Mac and Simon managed to get one of their gybes horribly wrong; one of the Danish helms meanwhile managed to get his foot caught in the spinnaker sheet during the gybe with inevitable wet consequences.
A win and a second place apiece for Mac/Simon and Mogens/Anders means no change at the top with a couple of races to go in similar conditions tomorrow,
Top 5 after 8 races:
1st Mac and Simon (10)
2nd Mogens Just and Anders (11)
3rd Jorgen Iversen (36)
4th Christian Milert Hansen (45)
5th Niels Alslev (47)
Wayfarer Europeans Day 2
Mixed results for the English boats. Mac still holds the lead after two wins and two disappointing results (when I told him I’d be delighted with a 3rd and a 4th he told me I didn’t understand!). Len and Pete had a difficult day as did the Coltarts. The McKenzies on the other hand had an excellent day.
The forecast is for stronger wind tomorrow and another 4 races because Saturday is looking very windy. Oh my!
Top 5 after 6 races:
1st Mac and Simon (7 points)
2nd Mogens Just and Anders Friis (8)
3rd Jorgen Iverson (25)
4th Bill Whitney and John Shelton (28)
5th Martin Bak and crew (31)
-Tim Townsend, UKWA Racing Secretary
Bourne End week 2018 – report
“Results and winners are as follows:-
Splashaway Cup … Peter Brewer and Beth Brewer … Kimsar… 1540
Splashaway Plaque. Nick Smith James and Ian Thomas … Penelope..75
Notley Noggin…. Peter and Beth Brewer
The Wayfarer participants had a good time and enjoyed the atmosphere of what is our club’s major open weekend of the year, when other classes, Merlin rockets, OK s and a collection of boats sailing under mixed handicap rules, and all classes compete at a similar time spaced about ten minutes apart.
The Thames A Raters are a magnificent sight and we had 11 competing, with five from UTSC and the rest from Thames SC.
Our social side did particularly well with all the evening events being well attended.
Our open weekend, as BEW, was overall a great success with beautiful weather throughout except the Tuesday afternoon when it rained nonstop for 5 hours and put a damper on our Queen’s Cup event for the Thames A Raters.”
-Tony Ticehurst (UTSC)
60th Anniversary National Championship at Castle Cove SC
Nearly 40 boats turned up at Castle Cove Sailing Club on the 1-3 June 2018 to compete in the 60th Anniversary National Championship sponsored by Craftinsure and Hartley Boats. In the lead up to the event the weather forecast was suggesting that Friday would provide the strongest wind, Saturday would be light and variable and Sunday’s wind would be somewhere between the two. ...read more
Friday dawned a bit murky. The proposed schedule was to have a practice race followed by the first two points races of the Championships back to back. Because of the poor visibility the decision was taken to race in the harbour rather than in the bay. The fleet launched into a south-westerly of 8 to 10 knots. Unfortunately, as the practice race started, the weather closed in and it was difficult to see the windward mark and gybe mark. By the time the leaders were racing on the second reach of the triangular course their nearest competitors were very barely visible and the leeward mark could not be seen. The race was finished at the end of the first triangle and won (we think) by Brian Lamb and Sam Pygall who took home the Idler’s Bucket for their efforts. The fleet was then sent ashore in close company marshalled by the RIBs. Conditions did not improve and the first and second points races were postponed to the following day.
The forecast for Saturday was for better conditions and when the competitors arrived for the briefing it looked as though we may manage to sail four races and partly catch up with the schedule. In the event, a sea fog rolled in as the fleet was about to launch. The Race Officer sensibly postponed the racing until later in the afternoon. By 1600hrs the fog had dispersed and the fleet enjoyed three races before returning to the shore after 1900hrs. The first two of these races were sailed in 5 to 7 knots but by the time the third race started the wind was softening further. The Race Officer shortened the third race at the end of a very slow first reach but even then some boats failed to finish within the time limit and were given their places on the water. Most boats were towed home.
Sunday promised to have the sunniest conditions. The wind had gone round to the south east and before the fleet launched it looked as though it would be possible to complete four races by having an earlier start. Unfortunately, once again, Zephyros declined to play ball. The wind machine switched off just before the fleet launched and a further postponement was necessary. When the wind returned there was enough time to complete just three races. The first beat of the first race of the day was sailed in the strongest wind of the weekend with boats fully powered up. However, as before, the wind quickly softened and by the time third race started lottery funded conditions prevailed and several of the front runners sailed their discards.
In spite of all these difficulties, racing was close throughout the fleet. From the six completed races there were five different winners. The winners of the Championship overall won only two races but above all were the most consistent boat in the fleet. Congratulations go to Michael McNamara and Simon Townsend from Rollesby Broad SC who won the Championship once more. They also took home the Plymouth Trophy as winners of the fourth points race. Runners up were Len Jones and Peter Mitchell from Medway YC who also won the Aln Trophy for the second race of the Championship. In third place were former champion Guy Marks and Mel Titmus from Bough Beech SC who also won the first points race and with it the Lionel Monk Trophy.
The other race winners were Richard Stone and Catherine Gore from Medway YC who won the third points race and the Ian Proctor Trophy. Colin May and Sarah Wallis from Parkstone YC won the last completed points race and the Bill Hodshon Trophy.
It was interesting to see many new faces in the fleet this year, several of them performing very well. Not new faces, but not seen in a Wayfarer for a decade, were Geoff and Nick Hodshon who returned to the fleet for the first time since the 50th Anniversary Championships sailing their 60-year-old Wayfarer, Nipegegi, (W198). Together with their late father, Bill, Geoff and Nick have won the National Championships a total of five times in Nipegegi. Geoff, Nick and their sister Penny were delighted to present the Bill Hodshon Trophy to Colin and Sarah.
Similarly, Liz Feibusch competed in her boat and was very pleased to present the Wansfell Trophy to Monica Schaefer as the best placed lady helm overall. Monica and her crew, Miriam McCarthy from Greystones SC, Co Wicklow, also won the Hartley Boats Trophy as best placed overseas entry.
The winners of the Silver fleet and best placed newcomers were Ian Foxwell and Trevor Cox from Medway YC. Winners of the Bronze fleet were UKWA Cruising Secretary, Andrew (Boris) Morrice and Chris Yerbury from Bristol Corinthian YC. Mark and Jane Lee from Medway YC won the Pert Platter as best placed husband and wife team, Tony and Nathan Geary from Waldringfield SC won the Carrick Trophy as the best placed double generation team. Medway YC won the Club Team Trophy.
Of course, a Championship in a class like the Wayfarer is not only about the racing and taking home the silverware, although that’s important. It’s about renewing old and making new friendships, sharing stories and experiences. Frustrating though the delays might be, there were plenty of opportunities to drink tea or beer together, to visit the local area, to boat bimble or complete some more mundane chores. Datchet sailors went to watch the beach volleyball in Weymouth (I assume there’s not much sand in Slough, that’s why they went, right?), Mark Lee detuned and retuned his boat (very successfully as it turned out) and had time for a round of golf (a championship ritual) and Mike Mac managed to organise an alfresco haircut. Our hosts couldn’t have done more to feed and entertain us. The bar was often open, there were meals morning, noon and night and a live band on Saturday evening which compelled even the most dance-floor-shy to play air guitar in the dinghy park (he thought it was dark and couldn’t be seen doing the Shadow’s walk to the famous sound of Apache!). Thank you to everybody at Castle Cove SC for all their hard work. This was a fitting way to celebrate the boat’s 60th birthday.
|Position||Helm||Crew||Sail Number||Boat Name||Club||R1||R2||R3||R4||R5||R6||Pts|
|1||Michael McNamara||Simon Townsend||10648||The Poacher||Rollesby Broad SC||2||2||2||1||1||(5)||8|
|2||Len Jones||Pete Mitchell||11226||Rumours||Medway YC||3||1||3||4||8||(14)||19|
|3||Guy Marks||Mel Titmus||11120||Ultimate Fiasco||Bough Beech SC||1||7||7||2||4||(10)||21|
|4||Richard Stone||Catherine Gore||10974||Muffin||Medway YC||(13)||6||1||7||2||9||25|
|5||Bill Whitney||John Shelton||10688||Big Dipper||Shoreham SC||4||10||4||(12)||5||3||26|
|6||Colin May||Sarah Wallis||10768||Pork Pie Chaser||Parkstone YC||6||(15)||12||9||3||1||31|
|7||John Clementson||Simon Forbes||11101||Hyde and Seek (?)||Chipstead SC||5||(11)||10||3||6||7||31|
|8||Trevor Cox||Ian Foxwell||10936||India||Medway YC||7||9||9||5||7||(21)||37|
|9||Brian Lamb||Sam Pygall||11170||Whizo||Wilsonian SC||(19)||3||6||13||10||6||38|
|10||Neil Fletcher||Chas Edwards||10994||Wind's Song||Waldringfield SC||14||5||(15)||10||11||4||44|
|11||Stephen Blake||Chris Blake||10918||8||8||(18)||6||18||8||48|
|12||John Goudie||Matt Wynn/Sarah Mason||11118||Happy Ever After||Wilsonian SC||9||4||13||(17)||12||12||50|
|13||Mark Lee||Jane Lee||11211||Senior Moment||Medway YC||(28)||21||5||8||17||2||53|
|14||Brian McKenzie||Elizabeth McKenzie||10686||Hercules Hound||Medway YC||11||12||14||(16)||16||11||64|
|15||Mike Weighill||Carl Martin||11183||Nomad||Swarkestone SC||10||19||8||20||14||(23)||71|
|16||Michael Dillistone||Andrew Criswick||10556||Pippin||Castle Cove SC||21||16||11||14||(27)||17||79|
|17||Nigel O'Donnell||Belinda O'Donnell||11189||Guinness||Swarkestone SC||12||13||(22)||22||13||19||79|
|18||Jacqueline Townsend||Tim Townsend||11012||Intermezzo||Medway YC||18||18||17||18||15||(20)||86|
|19||Stewart Coltart||Fiona Haddow||10947||Quicksilver||Medway YC||(27)||14||23||11||22||25||95|
|20||Tony Geary||Nathan Geary||11107||Storm Cloud||Waldringfield SC||17||20||27||21||(28)||15||100|
|21||David Roberts||Pete Dilley||10673||L.B.V.||Bough Beech SC||22||17||(30.5)||26||19||16||100|
|22||Mark Penny||Gale Penny||10614||Loose Knots||Medway YC||25||22||(28)||19||25||13||104|
|23||Monica Schaefer||Miriam McCarthy||11152||Lakka||Greystones SC||26||27||20||23||9||(31)||105|
|24||Derek Lambert||Robin Younger||10828||Nutcracker||Datchet Water SC||16||26||21||25||26||(28)||114|
|25||Nick Harris||Luke Howells||11223||Apollo||Datchet Water SC||23||24||(35)||24||21||22||114|
|26||Rich Sheridan||Simon Conway||1117||Docklands SWC||15||25||24||28||23||(33)||115|
|27||Paul Hughes||Tracey Villa||11129||Yolo||Arun YC||20||23||25||(27)||20||27||115|
|28||Geoff Hodshon||Nick Hodshon||198||Nipegegi||Marchwood YC||29||29||16||(30)||30||18||122|
|29||Liz Feibusch||William Cleverley||11000||Alpha Cassiopeia||Orford SC||24||32||(34)||15||24||29||124|
|30||Phil Powell||Mike Board||10916||Sapphire||Parkstone YC||32||30||19||(34)||32||34||147|
|31||Kenneth Underhill||11167||What A Ripper||Aldeburgh YC||31||31||26||29||(33)||30||147|
|32||'Boris' Morrice||Chris Yerbury||6330||Delphy||Bristol Corinthian YC||33||28||30.5||32||(34)||26||149.5|
|33||Philip Norris||John Talbot||10574||Bolton Wanderer||Weymouth SC||30||(34)||33||33||31||32||159|
|34||Phil Ashworth||11081||Weymouth SC||(DNC)||DNC||DNC||31||29||24||162|
|35||Sally Abdy||Giles Abdy||11182||Castle Cove SC||34||(35)||32||35||35||35||171|