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Yachting Victoria Awards Night at Sandringham Yacht Club

by Kate Gostlow on 2 Jul 2012
Club Marine Series winner - Calm - Some of the crew - Yachting Victoria Awards Night 2012 © Alex McKinnon Photography
The Yachting Victoria Awards Night was held at Sandringham Yacht Club on Friday 22nd June. Congratulations to all nominees and winners.

Please see the winners and photos below.

President’s Awad: Lewis Duncan, Grant Dunoon and Crew

Services to Yachting Award: Peter Clancy , Stephen Aulich , Steven Bond

YV Media and Publicity Award: John Curnow, Alex McKinnon, Teri Dodds

Coaching Program of the Year: RYCV Cadets at Royal Yacht Club of Victoria

Yachting Australia Training Centre of the Year: Mornington Yacht Club

Instructor of the Year: Ian Cornish

Race Official of the Year: Stephen Aulich

Sailor of the Year with a Disability: Mark Thorpe

Motor Yachtsperson of the Year: Bill Stubbs

Junior Sailor of the Year: Jack Graves

Youth Sailor of the Year: James Sly - Honourable mention: Jack Felsenthal

Sailor of the Year, Female: Jacqueline Gurr

Male: Mark Bulka - Honourable mention: Paul Ridgway and Glenn Ashby

Yacht Club of the Year: Mornington Yacht Club

Victorian Dinghy Championships:
Third: Brett Morris
Second: Joseph Randall
First: Hugo Llewelyn

Victorian Catamaran Championships:
Third: Mick Floyd and Sarah Floyd
Second: Gary Maskiell
First: Bryan Anderson

Four Winds Marine Victorian Trailable Championships:
Division 2
Third: Rod Smout, Mark McLellan and Dean Ciminelli
Second: Mitchell Bayliss, Keith Bayliss and James Mare
First: Colin Svenson, John Shepherd and Darren Dyer

Division 1
Third: Rob Milner and Barry Lovell
Second: Brian Farnsworth and Scott Edgar
First: Kevin Long and Anthony Janssen

Perpetual Trophy Winner: Colin Svenson

Boating Victoria Nav Rally Championship:
Third: Bob Battye and Alan Crighton
Second: Des Fullarton and Wayne Viney
First: Jack Emmins and John Emmins

Club Marine Series Major Winners:
Division 3
First IRC and First AMS - Watermark 11 (Graeme Watt / Peter Loh)
First EHC - Outlaw (David Judge)

Division 2
First IRC - Penfold Audi Sport (David Ellis)
First AMS - Toecutter II – (Robert Hick)
First EHC - Under Capricorn (Phil Bedlington)

Division 1
First IRC - Ikon (Bruce McCraken)
First AMS - Swordfish Trombone (Tim Olding / Martin Lavery)
First EHC - Jazz Player (Andrew Lawrence)

Division 0
First IRC and First EHC - Calm (John Williams / Jason Van Der Slot)
First AMS - Rush (John Paterson)

Range Trophy Winner: ‘Calm’ (John Williams and Jason Van Der Slot)

Association Cup Winner: Royal Yacht Club of Victoria

Victorian School Team Championships:
Third: Geelong Grammar School
- Will Ogden
- Chelsea Owensby
- Ben Pearce
- Kaitlin Walsh
- Andrew Dixson
- Charles Swindon-McMillan
- Bruce King (First Team Coach)

Second: Brighton Grammar School
- George Walch
- Tom Trotman
- Patrick Chipp
- Lachlan Neville
- Jeremy Elmslie
- Lachlan Arnold
- Thomas Gregory
- Alison Dale (Coach)

First: Mentone Grammar
- Anton Sasson (Team Captain)
- Jemma Ford (Second skipper)
- Julian Sasson (Third skipper)
- Will Davies (Fourth skipper/crew)
- Josh Barlow
- Georgia Strong
- Lachlan Campain
- Brandon Demura
- Patrick Myles
- Oliver Tweddell (Coach)
- James Sly (Coach)
- Manager: Max Marrow

Victorian Sailing Cup:

International Cadet

Third: Patrick Chipp and Jack Furey
Second: Alice Endersbee and Courtney Perryman
First: Jacob Freeman and Hannah Perryman

International Optimist
Third: Jack Graves
Second: Nicholas Sharman
First: Tyrone Gowans

Laser 4.7
Third: Jack Felsenthal
Second: Rhett Gowans
First: Sam Hannah

Laser Radial
Third: Mats Bauer
Second: Thomas Vincent
First: Joshua Brooks-Duncan

Hobie: First: Michelle Bursa and Chelsea Haynes

420: First: Tom Klemens and James Oliver

Third: Oliver Kalpokas and Tom Trotman
Second: Jemma Ford and Kristy Sly
First: Tess Lloyd and Lewis Duncan

MC, Matt Welsh
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Yachting Victoria President, Phil Coombs
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Yachting Victoria Development Squad
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Motor Yachtsperson of the Year, Bill Stubbs
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Brian Farnsworth
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Vic Sailing Cup, Hobie Winners - Michelle Bursa and Chelsea Haynes
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Yacht Club of the Year - Mornington Yacht Club
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Association Cup Winners - Royal Yacht Club of Victoria
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

President's Award: Grant Dunoon with Jeff Dusting, Phil Coombs and Matt Welsh
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Victorian Dinghy Championships Winner: Hugo Llewelyn
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Victorian Sailing Cup - Laser 4.7: Jack Felsenthal, Rhett Gowans and Sam Hannah
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Victorian Sailing Cup - Laser Radial: Joshua Brooks-Duncan
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Sailor of the Year with a Disability Winner Mark Thorpe with Matt Welsh
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Winners of the School Teams Sailing Championship, Mentone Grammar
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Services to Yachting Winner Peter Clancy, with Sue Tymms from Sport and Recreation Victoria
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Services to Yachting Winner Steven Bond
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

President's Award Winner Lewis Duncan with Tess Lloyd
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Tom Dwyer with Matt Welsh
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

Victorian Sailing Cup - International Optimist: Jack Graves, Nicholas Sharman and Tyrone Gowans
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

YATC of the Year: Mornington Yacht Club
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

YV's Sam Watson with Oli Tweddell
Photograph:Alex McKinnon

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