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Northamptonshire Youth Series 2022 Leg 3 at Banbury Sailing Club

by Norman Byrd 14 Jul 04:44 PDT 9 July 2022
Northampton Youth Series Leg 3 © Norman Byrd

Glorious weather, light wind, and a brilliant sailing themed cake (thank you Jasmine) greeted the sailors at Banbury Sailing Club for leg three of this year's series.

As usual the sailors were split into slow, Topper and fast fleets under the watchful eye of head coach Rachel Heggs. The wind was a little fitful, but 22 sailors enjoyed the morning's training. Homemade lunch was enjoyed in and around the club.

The principal race office, Matt Best, a previous competitor, led the race briefing. He did a genuinely fantastic job delivering fair racing in one of his first open meetings. 3 back-to-back races were held. The wind remained unpredictable (of course the moment the racing finished the wind increased and stabilised!) which led to some slightly wacky races. Emily and Arthur Shaw laid on a super tea (lots of the sailors know the series as the "cake events") which was enjoyed before the prize-giving. Home sailor Ned Duffy, ILCA 6 won the fast fleet. William Shaw also a Banbury sailor, won the slow fleet in his optimist. Keali Rhodes from Northampton won the topper fleet from William Mawby-Groom who could have made it a Banbury home run!

The overall event was by William, 2nd place to Keali and 3rd was Noah Byrd from Draycote. After 3 events William Shaw is leading comfortably on 7 points from Noah Byrd on 13 with Amelie Renard in third on 30 points. Amelie is looking odds on to win the inaugural first timers' trophy, which is awarded based on the number of races started, decided if needed based on races completed before points are taken into consideration.

The next event is at Northampton Sailing Club on Saturday 20th August, be rigged and ready at 9.15am. Youth and junior sailors are welcome from all clubs.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoClassPYFleetHelmFirst EventClubR1R2R3Pts
1st5391OPTIMIST1642SlowWilliam Shaw Banbury SC11‑72
2nd48907TOPPER1365TopperKeali Rhodes Northampton SC2‑513
3rd6376OPTIMIST1642SlowNoah Byrd Draycote Water SC‑3224
4th166352LASER RADIAL ICLA 61147FastNed Duffy Banbury SC‑8358
5th1314OPTIMIST1642SlowAmelie Renard Draycote Water Sc5‑11611
6th3263RS TERA SPORT1445SlowHenry Byrd Draycote Water SC47.5‑1111.5
7th48877TOPPER1365TopperJack Strong Northampton SC‑1210313
8th45883TOPPER1365TopperCharles HuttonYesBanbury SC‑109413
9th5141RS FEVA XL1244FastOlivia York Northampton SC76‑1613
10th42830TOPPER1365TopperCharlie O'Neill Northampton SC‑1341014
11th48664TOPPER1365TopperWilliam Mawby‑Groom Banbury SC‑97.5815.5
12th45602TOPPER 4.21409TopperCharlotte Hemsloch Banbury SC6‑161420
13th45747TOPPER1365TopperEdward Whittaker Draycote Water SC11‑14920
14th17TOPPER1365TopperPeter Astley Hollowell SC‑14121224
15th45902TOPPER1365TopperAlfie NaylorYesBanbury SC1613(DNF)29
16th5556OPTIMIST1642SlowFinn Neal Hollowell SC‑17171330
17th46971TOPPER1365TopperJai Dhaliwal Draycote Water Sc‑15151530
18th1TOPPER1365TopperTheo BurgoineYesBanbury SC(DNS)DNCDNC42
18th12TOPPER1365TopperCoen BurgoineYesBanbury SC(DNS)DNCDNC42
18th181346LASER RADIAL ICLA 61147FastRoan CovertYesBanbury SC(DNS)DNCDNC42

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