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Laser open meeting at Notts County Sailing Club

by David Eberlin 8 Jul 06:58 PDT 6 July 2019

The Notts County Laser Open took place on Saturday 6th July in light winds. Thirty four entrants took part with visitors from all over he Midlands including Earlswood, Bartley, Carsington and Rutland. There was also a good club contingent with some entering their first Open Meeting.

The Race Officer, James Logan, had quite a job as the wind swung and had to average out the shifts to get a course in. Racing was two back to back races before lunch and two after lunch. Joe Scurral from Carsington won the first race, then it was George Fereday from Earlswood all the way with three firsts, so taking the open by a four point margin. Simon Hardiman from Bartley was first master with seconds and thirds to count so coming second overall.

The first Notts County boat was organiser Richard Mason in forth, John Tailby was first youth and Sarah Mason first lady. The Grand Master title was taken by Mike Heap from Ogston.

The prize-giving took place soon after the finish in sunshine.

More photos at ncsc.org.uk/2019/07/06/laser-open-2019

Overall Results:

PosDivisionClassSail NoClubHelmR1R2R3R4Pts
1stSeniorLASER213608ELSCGeorge Fereday‑31113
2ndMasterLASER212061BartleySimon Hardiman23‑1827
3rdSeniorLASER208125CarsingtonJoe Scurral14‑638
4thMasterLASER211259NCSCR Mason‑623611
5thMasterLASER108827 Paul Keeling5‑94817
6thSeniorLASER197690NCSCAlex Piggott‑958720
7thMasterLASER207979RutlandMark Williams4614‑1524
8thSeniorLASER164992NCSCMatt Potter87‑11924
9thJuniorLASER RADIAL197694ChaseGreg Cornes7137‑1627
10thMasterLASER173520NCSCAndrew Stewart1212(BFD)428
11thGrand MasterLASER134447OgstonMike Heap18‑2221232
12thYouthLASER185654NCSCJohn Tailby‑161451332
13thMasterLASER176709NCSCAlan Kenyon11‑17151036
14thGrand MasterLASER180423 Chris Wright15‑1917537
15thSeniorLASER186067MSCAlex Horner141113‑2238
16thYouthLASER184319NCSCJake Willars‑25209.51140.5
17thGrand MasterLASER214547NCSCJ Scott17816‑1941
18thGrand MasterLASER196754NCSCNigel Lindley1310‑222043
19thSeniorLASER RADIAL211259NCSCS Mason10(RET)122446
20thYouthLASER207591NCSCChloe Willars1915.5‑2017.552
21stMasterLASER209933NCSCJulian Lloyd2015.5‑242358.5
22ndGrand MasterLASER213140NCSCKevin Nicholls‑26212317.561.5
23rdSeniorLASER175467NCSCMatthew Buchan23‑25192163
24thSeniorLASER130163BurtonMike Pain222321‑2566
25thJuniorLASER 4.7141464BartleyMegan Hardiman27‑319.53167.5
26thGrand MasterLASER179751NCSCKarl Lye‑2818272772
27thJuniorLASER201386MidlandEvan Base24(RET)DNF1473
28thMasterLASER136457NCSCCraig Collett213029‑3480
29thJuniorLASER195767NCSCRobert Stevenson‑3226252980
30thGrand MasterLASER159432NCSCBrian Robinson‑3028262882
31stMasterLASER207591NCSCRichard Goodman2924‑303083
32ndGrand MasterLASER183347NCSCDavid Beard‑3127312684
33rdMasterLASER112144NCSCJohn Davie‑3429283390
34thMasterLASER188273NCSCPhil Henson3332(DNF)3297

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