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Middle Harbour Yacht Club Women's Regatta 2019

by Catherine Rofe 9 May 2019 22:09 PDT 4 May 2019

Three races were completed for the MHYC Women's Regatta in south-west to southerly breezes mainly 10-15 knots.

Race Officer Elaine Fowler and the Middle Harbour Race Management Team had two short windward leeward races in the bag by 1pm, enabling a short rest before the passage race was under way at 2pm. With 23 boats from 8 different clubs including 4 boats in each of the One Design Classes Adams10, J24 and Melges 20 some great tussles took place out on the water, and no holding back on the start line.

Overall Series Results:

All Female Crew Division 1
1st Finn Janey Treleaven CYCA
2nd Min River Jiang Lin BSC/CYCA
3rd No Friends Tracey Richardson MHYC

All Female Crew Division 2
1st Alcamy Ruth Lawrence DSC
2nd Morkuska Michelle Belgiorno MHYC
3rd Solacious Amanda Hicks RSYS

Female Helm Division 1
1st Kayimai Skye, Eva & Liz MHYC
2nd Galan Samantha Gallagher MHYC
3rd Pendragon Kirstin Reblin CYCA

Female Helm Division 2
1st Ace Janette Syme MHYC
2nd Kaotic Catherine Rofe MHYC/MYC
3rd Onya Jenny Danks MHYC

Adams 10 One Design
1st Contentious Claire Heenan MHYC
2nd Sirius Lyn Humphries MYC
3rd No Friends Tracey Richardson MHYC

Melges 20 One Design
1st Onya Jenny Danks MHYC
2nd Morkuska Michelle Belgiorno MHYC
3rd Space Invader Sue Crafer CYCA

J24 One Design
1st Innamincka Alexi Schwartkopff MHYC
2nd Ace Janette Syme MHYC
3rd Kaotic Catherine Rofe MHYC/MYC

MHYC Women's Regatta Overall Division 1
1st Kayimai Skye, Eva & Liz MHYC
2nd Finn Janey Treleaven CYCA
3rd Galan Samantha Gallagher MHYC

MHYC Women's Regatta Overall Division 2
1st Alcamy Ruth Lawrence DSC
2nd Ace Janette Syme MHYC
3rd Kaotic Catherine Rofe MHYC/MYC

View all the results and race documents here.

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