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Solo Midlands Series at Northampton Sailing Club

by Neil Pitcher 21 Apr 07:19 PDT 13 April 2019

Four different race winners, but overall won by Ian Walters for the second year running.

Very close racing with Oli Davenport taking the Richard Butterfield Trophy for first Northampton boat.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoHelmClubR1R2R3R4Pts
1st5586Ian WaltersGrafham Water Sailing Club1‑4326
2nd5779Mark MaskellBlackwater Sailing Club531‑69
3rd5840Oliver DavenportNorthampton Sailing Club27‑8110
4th5768Simon MaskellHunts Sailing Club624‑812
5th5548Neil PitcherNorthampton Sailing Club3‑107414
6th5852Gary StuartNorthampton Sailing Club‑866315
7th5695Ian IngramEarlswood Sailing Club‑1092516
8th5524Kev HallNorthampton Sailing Club91‑10717
9th5561Tim LewisRYA489(RET)21
10th59Ian PinnellNorthampton Sailing Club11‑135925
11th5788Rob CookNorthampton Sailing Club75(RET)RET31
12th5517Jon WatkinsHunts Sailing Club‑1611121134
13th5721Graham WilsonNorthampton Sailing Club‑1312111235
14th5399Ian FirthNotts County Sailing Club12‑17141036
15th5547Peter WarneNorthampton Sailing Club‑1514131340
16th5580Keith LancasterHollowell Sailing Club14‑18151443
17th5044Al FraserGrafham Water Sailing Club‑1816171548
18th5501Nick PatrickOgston Sailing Club171516(RET)48

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