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Rorvik extends lead in Tauranga Cup after Day 4

by Richard Gladwell, Sail-World on 20 Jan 2009

Racing got underway in the Tauranga Cup at Whangarei in a 15-20 knot SW breeze, with many boats repaired from yesterday’s windy conditions and ready to race again today. The fleet headed out following the committee boats early set up and the action was ready to start on time at 11.00 am. The P Class were the first to start and after one general recall they headed off up the beat.

Andrew McKenzie (Kohimarama) lead the race at the first mark and was never headed. Gareth Moore (Waimakariri) and Oscar Rorvik (Tauranga) picked up from yesterdays battle and continued their feud from the day before. Oscar broke his vang on the second down wind but still managed to stay in touch for an enthralling finish. Andrew McKenzie subsequently retired from sailing for the day with a severe cut to his hand. After a short break for lunch, race 5 started in sunny 10-15 knots. Sam Mackay (Napier) had a clear start out of the port end, caught the first shift and lead the fleet for the whole race, clearing out to win by over a minute. Oscar and Gareth once again battled around the course, including a 15 tack tacking dual into the finish line, with Oscar taking 2nd Place. William Linkhorn (Kohimarama) finishing 4th, had a fantastic race.


In the final race, after three general recalls, the race started under a black flag. Erica Dawson (Murrays Bay) lead the fleet for most of the race, with a tight tactical battle going on between Oscar, Gareth and Sam all chasing hard. After a further rain squall, that shook up the fleet, Oscar won the race 50 seconds clear from Erica.

Results after 5 races, with one discard:

1st Oscar Rorvik (Tauranga) 2, 1,3, 2, 1 6pts

2nd Gareth Moore (Waimak/(Murrays Bay) 4,3,5,6,2 14 pts

Provisional Results as of Tauranga Cup

Overall

Sailed:6, Discards:2, To count:4, Entries:53, Scoring system:Appendix A
Rank Tally Class HelmName HelmSex HelmAgeGroup Fleet Boat SailNo Club Nat R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 Total Nett Notes
1st 16 P-Class Oscar Rorvik M 17/01/94   Windsong 167 TYPBC NZL (54 OCS) 2 1 (3) 2 1 63 6  
2nd 37 P-Class Gareth Moore M 20/08/92   Crystal Meth 373 Waimakariri Sailing Club NZL (1) 1 5 2 3 (14 ZFP) 26 11  
3rd 10 P-Class Erica Dawson F 24/07/94   Red Fred 484 Murrays Bay NZL (3) 4 3 5 (6) 2 23 14  
4th 50 P-Class Sam Mackay M 25/11/93   Amazing Grace 37 Napier Sailing Club NZL (54 DNF) (11) 8 4 1 3 81 16  
5th 53 P-Class Naomi Mannering F 05/01/94     849 Napier Sailing Club NZL (54 OCS) 7 6 7 (9) 6 89 26  
6th 56 P-Class Charlotte Corston F 31/08/94   Innovator 472 Charteris Bay Yacht Club NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 7 6 5 18 ZFP 144 36  
7th 33 P-Class Tomer Simhony M 7/02/94     550 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) 9 11 8 13 (20 ZFP) 115 41  
8th 5 P-Class Lexie Langley F 1/02/94   Hummer 535 Howick Sailing Club NZL (54 DNF) 8 (15) 12 11 11 111 42  
9th 13 P-Class Felicity Ellis F 13/03/1994     31 Kohimarama Yacht Club NZL (54 DNF) 12 13 (15) 10 12 116 47  
10th 3 P-Class William Linkhorn M 29/03/1995   Vengeance 404 Kohimarama NZL (54 OCS) 6 (54 DNF) 20 4 18 156 48  
11th 48 P-Class William Talbot M 14/12/94   Gunsmoke 4 Naval Point NZL (54 DNF) 13 4 10 21 (25 ZFP) 127 48  
12th 19 P-Class Julia Hamilton F 24/05/92   Head First 979 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) 17 10 17 (31) 5 134 49  
13th 7 P-Class Phillipa Wood F 29/01/1994   Harry History 898 Nelson NZL (54 DNF) 15 14 (21) 12 14 130 55  
14th 25 P-Class Olivia High F 12/06/93   On the Move 916 Timaru Yacht Powerboat NZL (2) 16 26 (35) 7 7 93 56  
15th 41 P-Class Andrew Mckenzie M 11/07/95   Whatever 752 Kohimarama NZL (54 DNF) 3 2 1 (54 DNF) 54 DNS 168 60  
16th 27 P-class Gen Saunders F 15/11/94     942 TYPBC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 24 9 14 13 168 60  
17th 44 P-Class Liam Foley-Logan M 9/04/95   Plucky 855 Nelson NZL (54 DNF) (19) 17 16 17 16 139 66  
18th 9 P-Class Michelle Tait F 26/03/1995     98 BBYC NZL (54 DNF) 20 (28) 13 18 17 150 68  
19th 36 P-Class Taylor Burn M 25/09/95   Exorcet 932 QCYC/MBSC NZL (54 DNF) 10 (29) 19 16 29 ZFP 157 74  
20th 52 P-Class Daniel Wylie M 9/2/95     308 WSPBC NZL (54 DNF) 21 12 18 23 (39 ZFP) 167 74  
21st 31 P-Class Jonathan Barthelmeh M 31/08/1994     389 Mount Pleasant NZL (54 DNF) 28 (54 DNF) 30 8 9 183 75  
22nd 40 P-Class Ben Cavndie M 11/04/95   Suppertramp 331 TYPBC NZL (4) 24 (54 DNF) 14 15 23 134 76  
23rd 2 P-Class Nicholas Gunn M 23/11/93   Sunseeker 397 Tauranga YPBC NZL (54 DNF) 5 9 11 (54 DNF) 54 DNF 187 79  
24th 49 P-Class Keith Inglis M 9/09/94   It's a Ripper 19 Taupo/Napier NZL (54 DNF) 14 19 24 22 (31) 164 79  
25th 12 P-Class Liam Closey M 16/04/95   Freedom 125 Murrays Bay NZL (54 DNF) 18 22 22 (54 DNF) 20 190 82  
26th 43 P-Class Blair Lloyd M 27/01/93   She's A Loose Unit 981 Naval Point NZL (54 DNF) 23 (54 DNF) 26 19 22 198 90  
27th 20 P-Class Amber Capon F 19/05/94   Bullet 989 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) (34) 18 27 20 28 181 93  
28th 32 P-Class Samuel Lee M 29/08/1995   Ripped 219 MPYC NZL (54 DNF) 22 20 29 25 (32 ZFP) 182 96  
29th 59 P-Class Hyatt Brown F 4/11/97   Pieces of Eight 888 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) 27 23 25 24 (37 ZFP) 190 99  
30th 14 P-Class Shannon Closey F 4/01/93   Pegasus 966 Murrays Bay NZL (54 DNF) 31 32 23 (54 DNF) 24 218 110  
31st 57 P-Class Charles Corston M 07/02/97   Echo 74 Charteris Bay Yacht Club NZL (54 DNF) 32 21 33 28 (35 ZFP) 203 114  
32nd 39 P-Class George Gautrey M 19/01/08     318 Muritai NZL (5) 30 16 42 27 (54 ZFP) 174 115  
33rd 45 P-Class Callum Foley-Logan M 29/12/96   Fast Break 781 Nelson NZL (54 DNF) 29 33 (34) 30 32 212 124  
34th 21 P-class Amanda Norris F 25/10/95   Persuasion 55 Naval Point NZL (54 DNF) 26 (54 DNF) 36 33 30 233 125  
35th 35 P-Class Ellie Lane F 21/07/98   Tassie 60 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 25 40 38 34 245 137  
36th 42 P-Class Matthew Spray M 19/06/93   Baracuda 133 BBYC NZL (54 DNF) 25 (54 DNF) 54 DSQ 34 26 247 139  
37th 23 P-class Stacey Wright F 1/11/93   All Black 101 Whangarei Cruising Club NZL (54 DNF) 33 31 41 36 (54 ZFP) 249 141  
38th 38 P-Class George Brasell M 28/12/94     44 Howick Sailing Club NZL (54 DNF) 35 (54 DNF) 32 40 39 254 146  
39th 30 P-Class Joseph Kearney M 21/03/1995     853 BBYC NZL (54 DNF) 36 (54 DNF) 28 29 54 ZFP 255 147  
40th 26 P-class Liam Merton M 3/01/95   No Surrender 922 TYPBC NZL (54 DNF) 37 (54 DNF) 38 26 48 ZFP 257 149  
41st 4 P-Class Nicholas Turney M 14/03/96   Ecstacy 529 Tauranga NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 31 37 37 267 159  
42nd 51 P-Class Julia Francis F 6/08/96   Cardinal Sin 105 MBSC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 27 43 41 54 ZFP 273 165  
43rd 54 P-Class Olivra Mackay F 1/03/96     859 Napier Sailing Club NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 37 32 45 ZFP 276 168  
44th 46 P-Class Micah Wilkinson M 6/02/96   Karizma 835 Hamilton YC NZL (6) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 44 39 33 230 170  
45th 22 P-class Ben Topping M 26/01/97   Hussar 66 Whangarei Cruising Club NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 45 35 42 284 176  
46th 34 P-Class Abby Goodwin F 24/11/97   Fraid Sew 141 Napier Sailing Club   (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 39 54 DNF 36 291 183  
47th 47 P-Class Zak Merton M 3/07/96     860 TYPBC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 30 54 DNC 54 DNF 54 DNC 300 192  
48th 58 P-Class Ben Warren M 18/09/97     688 TYPBC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 47 54 DNS 40 303 195  
49th 38 P-Class Jackson Yovich M 5/09/96   Furious 785 OYC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 54 DNF 54 RAF 41 311 203  
50th 28 P-Class Freya Griffith F 18/09/1995   Fleet Wing 215 Macandrew Bay Boating Club NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 46 54 DNF 54 DNC 316 208  
51st 29 P-Class Rachel Oakley F 18/07/1993   Termite 227 Macandrew Bay Boating Club NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 54 DNF 54 DNC 54 DNC 324 216  
51st 6 P-Class Blake Mallowes M 02/11/1995   Rebel 987 BBYC NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 54 DNC 54 DNC 54 DNC 324 216  
51st 55 P-Class Bailey Mtichinson F 28/07/95   Reflection 401   NZL (54 DNF) (54 DNF) 54 DNF 54 DNC 54 DNC 54 DNC 324 216  

 

 

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