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Wills takes 2014 NZ Etchells Nationals by a big margin

by Sail-World on 6 Apr 2014
Hayden Whitburn (Upfront) trails Andrew Wills Feng Shui in the final race of the NZ Etchells Nationals 2014 Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz
Feng Shui, helmed by Andrew Wills with Anatole Masfen and Matt Kelway, won the 2014 Etchells NZ Nationals, sailed on the outer Waitemata Harbour, Auckland.

Wills scored three wins and three second places in the eight boat fleet, to finish with a a comfortable 15 point margin.

Second overall was Hayden Whitburn, with Craig Greenwood, just 0.5pt behind in third place.

Sailing in light to moderate SW breezes there were constant lead changes up and down the courses.












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