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18ft Skiff 2022 JJ Giltinan Championship - Race 2, Cliff Monkhouse Memorial Trophy

by Frank Quealey 6 Mar 00:08 PST 5-13 March 2022

Race sponsor: Birkenhead Point Marina

The Andoo team of Seve Jarvin, Matt Stenta and Sam Newton consolidated yesterday's victory with another outstanding performance to take out today's Race 2 of the 2022 JJ Giltinan 18ft Skiff Championship on Sydney Harbour.

The team grabbed an early lead in the 20-knot Southerly wind and led clearly around the entire course before going on to claim a one minute win from the Tech2 team of Jack Macartney, Charlie Wyatt and Lewis Brake, which also finished in second place yesterday.

Noakesailing (Sean Langman, Ed Powys and Josh Porebski) finished a further 3m13s behind Tech2 in third place, ahead of The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines (Aron Everett), Rag & Famish Hotel (Harry Price) and Lazarus Capital Partners (Marcus Ashley-Jones).

After the first two races, Andoo leads the championship with a total of two points, followed by Tech2 on four points. Rag & Famish Hotel (Harry Price, Josh McKnight and Harry Hall) is in third place on nine points, followed by the defending champion Smeg team (Michael Coxon) and The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines on 15 points.

Shaw and Partners Financial Services (Steve Thomas and Lazarus Capital Partners are equal sixth on 16 points.

Shortly after the start of today's race a heavy rain shower brought extremely low visibility on the harbour as the fleet raced under spinnakers from Clark Island to Obelisk Bay.

Once the shower cleared, and the visibility returned, as the fleet made its way back on the beat to the Rose Bay mark Andoo had established a big break over her nearest challengers, which were Tech2, Noakesailing, The Oak Double Bay-4 Pines, Lazarus Capital Partners and Rag & Famish Hotel.

While most of the positions remained unchanged over the second lap of the course, the spectacle of speed and crew work on the skiffs was enough to keep spectators' interest high as the skiffs completed the long course in just over 1 hour 14 minutes.

With just three legs of the course left to sail, the Tech2 team refused to surrender meekly and put as much pressure on Andoo as possible and for a short time looked as though it could have been a closer margin at the finish.

Special mention must be given to the performances of many of the younger/new teams in the fleet and it will be interesting to watch the continued improvement over the next two days racing over the shorter courses.

Race 2 Results:

PosBoat NameFinishElapsedHandicapCorrectedCorrected Pos
1Andoo (Seve Jarvin / Matt Stenta / Sam Newton)15:59:0301:14:03001:14:032
2Tech2 (Jack Macartney / Charlie Wyatt / Lewis Brake)16:00:0301:15:03001:15:035
3Noakesailing (Sean Langman / Ed Powys / Josh Porebski)16:03:1601:18:16201:16:167
4The Oak Double Bay / 4 Pines (Aron Everett / John Cooley / Charlie Gundy)16:03:4101:18:41401:14:413
5Rag & Famish Hotel (Harry Price / Josh McKnight / Harry Hall)16:03:5801:18:58401:14:584
6Lazarus Capital Partners (Marcus Ashley Jones / Jeronimo Harrison / Cam Gundy)16:05:3801:20:38401:16:388
7Shaw & Partners Financial Services (Steve Thomas / Lindsay Stead / Locky Pryor)16:06:2201:21:22601:15:226
8Fisher & Paykel (Jordan Girdis / Kurt Fatouros / Nathan Edwards )16:07:4901:22:49601:16:4910
9Noakes Youth (Tom Cunich / Fynn Sprott / Harry Smith)16:08:0001:23:001001:13:001
10Black Swan (Luke Parkinson / Cam McDonald / Luke Payne)16:08:4201:23:42701:16:429
11Yandoo (John Winning Snr / Fang Warren / Mike Kennedy)16:09:0501:24:05401:20:0513
12Smeg (Michael Coxon / Ricky Bridge / Zac Barnabas)16:10:2101:25:21401:21:2115
13C‑Tech QLD (David Hayter / Ben Roxburgh / Elliot Mahar)16:12:3801:27:38801:19:3811
14Burrawang‑Young Henrys (Simon Nearn / Rory Cox / Brandon Buyink)16:12:4701:27:47701:20:4714
15Balmain Slake (Henry Larkings / Max Paul / Flynn Twomey)16:14:4301:29:43601:23:4316
16Appliances Online (Alex Marinelli / Darcy McCraken / Tyler Creevey)16:19:3801:34:381501:19:3811
17Black Knight (Heinrich Van Bayern / Thomas Martin / Andy Martin)16:19:5801:34:58601:28:5818
1818 Footers Bar and Restaurant (Pedro Vozone / Cam Walker / Paddy Bannon)16:21:4001:36:40901:27:4017
19Birkenhead Point Marina (Tim Westwood / Will Dargaville / Alex Chittenden)16:26:0801:41:081101:30:0819
20The Kitchen Maker/ Ceasarstone (Lachlan Steel / Jerome Watts / Matt Doyle)16:27:2701:42:271101:31:2720
21Noakes Blue (Yvette Heritage / Tom Clout / James Turner)16:30:0901:45:091001:35:0921
22Lazarus Development (Hugo Stoner / Hugo Leeming / Alex Watson)17:00:0002:15:001502:00:0022
DNFFinport Finance (Keagan York / Bryce Edwards / Phill Marshall)     
RETDENMARK Team (Jesper Brondum / Uffe Anderson / Jesper Brondum)     
RETIlve (Jono Whitty / Lachlan Doyle / John Walton)     

Races 3 and 4 will be sailed on Sydney Harbour on Tuesday then Races 5 and 6 on Wednesday, before long course racing resumes on Thursday.

The handicap section of today's race was won by the Noakes Youth team of Tom Cunich, Fynn Sprott and Harry Smith.

2022 JJ Giltinan Championship Race Dates:

  • March 8 - Races 3 & 4, Alan Cole Memorial Trophy
  • March 9 - Races 5 &, A.J. Reynolds Trophy
  • March 10 - Race 7, Bill Miller Memorial Trophy
  • March 12 - Race 8, Big Kite Memorial Trophy
  • March 13 - Race 9

Spectators can follow the racing on board the spectator ferry. Booking online through the club's website www.18footers.com is essential.

www.18footers.com.au/18-footers-sailing/spectator-ferry

For those unable to make it out onto the water, Sail Media's live-as-it-happens broadcast team will be on Sydney Harbour to capture all the action.

Live streaming is available at www.18footers.com by clicking on the '18 Footers TV' link.

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