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Enterprise Nationals day 1

by Enterprise Association UK on 26 Jul 2011
Enterprise Nationals 2010 Derek Braid
The Enterprise Championships 2011 being sponsored by Noble Marine are now underway at Looe Sailing Club. The championship has attracted a fleet of 58 Enterprises that have experienced significantly variable winds conditions on the first day of competition.

A ‘shifty’ Force 1 – 2 gave Race Officer, Roger Hocking and his team, a difficult task. There was a general recall and a lot of changing courses to accommodate the wind conditions.

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Rank
Entry
SailNo
Boat
HelmName
CrewName
Club
R1
1st
27
23127
Tim Sadler
Hannah Sadler
Ripon SC
1
2nd
26
23249
Christian Birrell
Sam Breary
Weymouth SC
2
3rd
4
22975
STARSHIP
Phil Kirk
Sarah Kirk
Frampton-on-Severn SC
3
4th
58
23270
20'S IN AKA KITTY
Paul Hobson
Libby Allen
Warsash SC/BCYC
4
5th
44
22272
CATCH ME IF YOU CAN
Charles Adams
Hannah Adams
WLYC
5
6th
9
23049
BELIEVE
Brian Cumming
Linda Cumming
Dabchicks SC
6
7th
33
23223
HEAVY PETTING ZOO
Steve Graham
Chris Blundell
Northampton SC
7
8th
13
22879
WOTEVER
Pete Bennett
Alicia Bennett
Salcombe Yacht Club
8
9th
56
22405
THUNDERBIRD III
Pete Lawson
Gareth Balfour
Bassenthwaite SC
9
10th
46
22466
COMFORTABLY NUMB
Jeremy Williams
Callum Johns
Penzance SC
10