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West London Hospital Trophy

West London Hospital Weekend 5th and 6th May 2012 - West London Hospital Tropy & Edith Woods Cup & LCSC Trophy & King Morgan Trophy

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The West London Hospital trophy is a two day all-in handicap trophy raced between Ranelagh, South Bank, Strand on the Green and London Corinthian. The Edith Woods cup is run along side this on Saturday, and the LCSC trophy on Sunday. The King Morgan trophy, which is run concurrently on Sunday, is awarded to the winning helms from either Ranelagh or London Corinthian.

The weekend of the 5th of May saw a superb turnout with 25 boats on Saturday and 24 on Sunday, with a wide variety of crafts present; Enterprises, Lasers, Merlin rockets, Solos, X1s, RS Visions and a Byte.

A light north easterly breeze made for challenging starts in strong tides on both days. A down wind start on the first day made for some great photos of the fleet and a lot of contention at the first mark.

Michael John sailed extremely well in his Solo, finishing 1st and 2nd on Saturday and Sunday. The X1s looked very competitive over the weekend, and Southbank sailing clubs trio of Allan Munro-Faure, Simon Adler and Renato Hidalgo raced extremely well over both days.

Wendy and her team put on a fantastic spread for the sailors and helpers - it was lovely to host our neighbouring clubs.

Photos by Ben Wilder and Elwyn Campbell

Results:

Edith Woods cup

1st Michael John - Solo

2nd Dan McGregor and Chris WI - X1

3rd Simon Adler - Laser

LCSC trophy

1st Martin Dixon - X1

2nd Michael John - Solo

3rd Allan Munro-Faure and Stephanie Tollemache - Enterprise

King Morgan trophy

1st Michael John - Solo

2nd Clive Kitson - Laser

3rd Dan McGregor and Chris WI - X1

West London Hospitals trophy

1st Michael John - Solo

2nd Simon Adler - Laser

3rd Allan Munro-Faure and Stephanie Tollemache - Enterprise

 

Full Results

Edith Woods Cup

Sailed for on Saturday

sailno club helmname crewname rating race total nett
3683 RSC Michael John   1150 1.0 1.0 1.0
01 LCSC Dan McGregor / Nigel Baker Chris WI 900 2.0 2.0 2.0
182630 South Bank Simon Adler   1078 3.0 3.0 3.0
8 LCSC Clive Kitson   1078 4.0 4.0 4.0
186193 South Bank Renato Hidalgo   1078 5.0 5.0 5.0
22563 South Bank Allan Munro-Faure Stephanie Tollemache 1116 6.0 6.0 6.0
4122 RSC Nigel Edwards   1078 7.0 7.0 7.0
143579 LCSC Alex McAusland   1078 8.0 8.0 8.0
8960 LCSC Peter Hallett   1078 9.0 9.0 9.0
1 RSC Una Hodgkins   1078 10.0 10.0 10.0
02 LCSC Martin Dixon Adrian Meh/Vian Dixon 900 11.0 11.0 11.0
184319 LCSC Andy Oliver   1078 12.0 12.0 12.0
174506 LCSC Andre Gareh   1078 13.0 13.0 13.0
3731 South Bank Sara Bennet   1153 14.0 14.0 14.0
18563 L. Gohuii   1078 15.0 15.0 15.0
21107 LCSC Jeremy Whiting Roland Eschenburg 1116 16.0 16.0 16.0
128848 South Bank Olga Luzon   1078 17.0 17.0 17.0
20675 LCSC John Mourhouse Garath 1116 18.0 18.0 18.0
1661 then 20588 South Bank Steven King   1190 19.0 19.0 19.0
3422 RSC Martin Wollny Natalija Wollny 1002 20.0 20.0 20.0
234 LCSC Liz St Clair David/Mario Ruaiz 1116 21.0 21.0 21.0
6 then 143746 LCSC James Jagger   1078 37.0 DNF 37.0 37.0
198928 LCSC Kevin Seebaluck   1078 37.0 DNF 37.0 37.0
22465 LCSC Rob Doolan Julia Gremmels 1116 37.0 DNF 37.0 37.0
19283 LCSC Christelle E. Jennifer 1116 37.0 DNF 37.0 37.0
vision1 LCSC Nicola Garvin Fran Mattishent 1085 37.0 DNF 37.0 37.0

LCSC Trophy

Sailed for on Sunday

sailno club helmname crewname rating race total nett
02 LCSC Martin Dixon Adrian Meh/Vian Dixon 900 1.0 1.0 1.0
3683 RSC Michael John   1150 2.0 2.0 2.0
22563 South Bank Allan Munro-Faure Stephanie Tollemache 1116 3.0 3.0 3.0
182630 South Bank Simon Adler   1078 4.0 4.0 4.0
186193 South Bank Renato Hidalgo   1078 5.0 5.0 5.0
22303 Strand on the Green Chris Greenwood Alex Jones 1116 6.0 6.0 6.0
8 LCSC Clive Kitson   1078 7.0 7.0 7.0
184319 LCSC Andy Oliver   1078 8.0 8.0 8.0
1 RSC Una Hodgkins   1078 9.0 9.0 9.0
41333 Strand on the Green David Glover   1078 10.0 10.0 10.0
6 then 143746 LCSC James Jagger   1078 11.0 11.0 11.0
3422 RSC Martin Wollny Natalija Wollny 1002 12.0 12.0 12.0
22354 LCSC John Chick Beverley Beech 1116 13.0 13.0 13.0
01 LCSC Dan McGregor / Nigel Baker Chris WI 900 14.0 14.0 14.0
174506 LCSC Nigel Hadaway   1078 15.0 15.0 15.0
22734 LCSC Chris Crosland Peter Hallet 1116 16.0 16.0 16.0
198928 LCSC Kevin Seebaluck   1078 17.0 17.0 17.0
20588 South Bank Steven King Tuuoh 1116 18.0 18.0 18.0
21078 South Bank Sara Bennet Jane Stanton-Humphreys 1116 19.0 19.0 19.0
118430 Strand on the Green John Bull   1078 20.0 20.0 20.0
1635 Strand on the Green Ian Neversmil   1150 21.0 21.0 21.0
234 LCSC Liz St Clair David/Mario Ruaiz 1116 22.0 22.0 22.0
128848 South Bank Olga Luzon   1078 23.0 23.0 23.0
22547 South Bank Amanda Anna 1116 24.0 24.0 24.0

King Morgan Trophy

Sailed for on Saturday and Sunday between Ranelagh Sailing club and London Corinthian Sailing club

sailno club helmname crewname rating King Morgan Cup day 1 King Morgan Cup day 2 total nett
3683 RSC Michael John   1150 1 2 3.0 3.0
8 LCSC Clive Kitson   1078 4 7 6.0 6.0
01 LCSC Dan McGregor / Nigel Baker Chris WI 900 2 14 11.0 11.0
184319 LCSC Andy Oliver   1078 12 8 12.0 12.0
1 RSC Una Hodgkins   1078 10 9 12.0 12.0
174506 LCSC Nigel Hadaway   1078 DNC 15 19.5 19.5
3422 RSC Martin Wollny Natalija Wollny 1002 20 12 21.0 21.0
02 LCSC Martin Dixon Adrian Meh/Vian Dixon 900 11 1 25.0 25.0
234 LCSC Liz St Clair David/Mario Ruaiz 1116 21 22 28.0 28.0
4122 RSC Nigel Edwards   1078 7 DNC 28.0 28.0
143579 LCSC Alex McAusland   1078 8 DNC 29.0 29.0
6 then 143746 LCSC James Jagger   1078 DNF 11 30.0 30.0
8960 LCSC Peter Hallett   1078 9 DNC 30.0 30.0
22354 LCSC John Chick Beverley Beech 1116 DNC 13 32.0 32.0
174506 LCSC Andre Gareh   1078 13 DNC 33.5 33.5
22734 LCSC Chris Crosland Peter Hallet 1116 DNC 16 35.0 35.0
18563 L. Gohuii   1078 15 DNC 35.0 35.0
21107 LCSC Jeremy Whiting Roland Eschenburg 1116 16 DNC 36.0 36.0
198928 LCSC Kevin Seebaluck   1078 DNF 17 36.0 36.0
20675 LCSC John Mourhouse Garath 1116 18 DNC 37.0 37.0
22465 LCSC Rob Doolan Julia Gremmels 1116 DNF DNC 48.0 48.0
19283 LCSC Christelle E. Jennifer 1116 DNF DNC 48.0 48.0
vision1 LCSC Nicola Garvin Fran Mattishent 1085 DNF DNC 48.0 48.0

West London Hospital Trophy

Sailed for over Saturday and Sunday

sailno club helmname crewname rating Edith Woods Cup LCSC Trophy total nett
3683 RSC Michael John   1150 1.0 2.0 3.0 3.0
182630 South Bank Simon Adler   1078 3.0 4.0 7.0 7.0
22563 South Bank Allan Munro-Faure Stephanie Tollemache 1116 6.0 3.0 9.0 9.0
186193 South Bank Renato Hidalgo   1078 5.0 5.0 10.0 10.0
8 LCSC Clive Kitson   1078 4.0 7.0 11.0 11.0
02 LCSC Martin Dixon Adrian Meh/Vian Dixon 900 11.0 1.0 12.0 12.0
01 LCSC Dan McGregor / Nigel Baker Chris WI 900 2.0 14.0 16.0 16.0
1 RSC Una Hodgkins   1078 10.0 9.0 19.0 19.0
184319 LCSC Andy Oliver   1078 12.0 8.0 20.0 20.0
3422 RSC Martin Wollny Natalija Wollny 1002 20.0 12.0 32.0 32.0
128848 South Bank Olga Luzon   1078 17.0 23.0 40.0 40.0
22303 Strand on the Green Chris Greenwood Alex Jones 1116 37.0 DNC 6.0 43.0 43.0
234 LCSC Liz St Clair David/Mario Ruaiz 1116 21.0 22.0 43.0 43.0
4122 RSC Nigel Edwards   1078 7.0 37.0 DNC 44.0 44.0
143579 LCSC Alex McAusland   1078 8.0 37.0 DNC 45.0 45.0
8960 LCSC Peter Hallett   1078 9.0 37.0 DNC 46.0 46.0
41333 Strand on the Green David Glover   1078 37.0 DNC 10.0 47.0 47.0
6 then 143746 LCSC James Jagger   1078 37.0 DNF 11.0 48.0 48.0
22354 LCSC John Chick Beverley Beech 1116 37.0 DNC 13.0 50.0 50.0
174506 LCSC Andre Gareh   1078 13.0 37.0 DNC 50.0 50.0
3731 South Bank Sara Bennet   1153 14.0 37.0 DNC 51.0 51.0
18563 L. Gohuii   15.0 37.0 DNC 52.0 52.0
174506 LCSC Nigel Hadaway   1078 37.0 DNC 15.0 52.0 52.0
21107 LCSC Jeremy Whiting Roland Eschenburg 1116 16.0 37.0 DNC 53.0 53.0
22734 LCSC Chris Crosland Peter Hallet 1116 37.0 DNC 16.0 53.0 53.0
198928 LCSC Kevin Seebaluck   1078 37.0 DNF 17.0 54.0 54.0
20675 LCSC John Mourhouse Garath 1116 18.0 37.0 DNC 55.0 55.0
20588 South Bank Steven King Tuuoh 1116 37.0 DNC 18.0 55.0 55.0
21078 South Bank Sara Bennet Jane Stanton-Humphreys 1116 37.0 DNC 19.0 56.0 56.0
1661 then 20588 South Bank Steven King   1190 19.0 37.0 DNC 56.0 56.0
118430 Strand on the Green John Bull   1078 37.0 DNC 20.0 57.0 57.0
1635 Strand on the Green Ian Neversmil   1150 37.0 DNC 21.0 58.0 58.0
22547 South Bank Amanda Anna 1116 37.0 DNC 24.0 61.0 61.0
22465 LCSC Rob Doolan Julia Gremmels 37.0 DNF 37.0 DNC 74.0 74.0
19283 LCSC Christelle E. Jennifer 1116 37.0 DNF 37.0 DNC 74.0 74.0
vision1 LCSC Nicola Garvin Fran Mattishent 1085 37.0 DNF 37.0 DNC 74.0 74.0

 

West London Hospital Trophy and King Morgan Trophy Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th May 2011

Picture commodore amongst Laser fleet
The West London Hospital trophy is a two day all-in handicap trophy raced between Ranelagh, South Bank, Strand on the Green and London Corinthian. The King Morgan trophy, which was run concurrently on Sunday, is awarded to the winning helms from either Ranelagh or London Corinthian.

On Saturday 28 boats entered for the race with visitors from South Bank, Ranelagh and Strand on the Green competing alongside the home club. A stiff WNW breeze of 15 mph allowed a course to be set to # 8 buoy at Barnes giving the visitors benefit of the full stretch of the best reach on the tidal stretch of the Thames.

Picture of the fleet

A true handicap fleet started with two X1s, Enterprises, Lasers, Xeons a Wayfarer and a Vision. The wind played its usual tricks giving a demanding beat and a fluky sail back round the Chiswick corner from No 8, but it's surprising, as Paul Williamson reminded us during the prize giving, how regularly some people seem to get lucky. And no luck with the results on day 1 with the X1 of Nigel Edwards and Mike John of Ranelagh giving a demonstration of the art of river sailing in a demanding spinnaker dinghy in difficult conditions coming 1st. 2nd on corrected time was Val Nedyalkov in his Laser, 3rd was the X1 of Martin Dixon and Chris WI, 4th Hugh Kemlo and 5th Travis Giles of South Bank again in a Laser.

On Sunday 27 boats entered for the race - more from Ranelagh replacing the visitors from Strand on the Green. The wind was NNW again about 15 mph but gusty. This time the fleet was kept just to the stretch to the Chiswick corner but a spaghetti junction of a course was set by race officer Beverley Beech which tested the intellect of most; the course was (6p 4p 3s 2p 1p) x 2 then (4p 3s 2p 1p) x 5 - tough for anybody in demanding conditions, especially our visitors. The fleet got away without incident but plenty of incident and cavalier disregard for rules at buoy No 3. Despite having arranged for a protest committee to be on stand by, none (surprisingly) was lodged. Some exciting and spectacular racing with plenty of capsizing and other action to entertain the spectators ashore ensued.

Competitors and supporters were rewarded with a superb Barbeque put on by Hilary Branfield and James Eatwell during which prizes were given by club commodore Andre Gareh.

Results
West London Hospitals trophy
1st Val Nedalyakov, LCSC, Laser
2nd Martin Dixon & Chris WI, LCSC, X1
3rd Travis Gilles, South Bank, Laser
4th Nick Kitson, LCSC, Laser
5th Peter Hopps, Eileen Donnelly, Hilary Cook, LCSC, Enterprise.

King Morgan trophy
1st Val Nedalyakov, LCSC, Laser

But the pictures say it best - follow the links to the photos taken on Saturday and Sunday.

Picture Socialising in the bar

Text and Photos by Peter Hallett

 

Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th May 2010

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On 15th and 16th May 2010 LCSC hosted the West London Hospital Trophy annual dinghy handicap racing event between LCSC and three neighbouring sailing clubs on the river - South Bank (SBSC), Ranelagh (RSC), and Strand on the Green (SGSC). Over the two days 36 boats hotly contested the four trophies. Peter Hallett, Rear Commodore Dinghies (LCSC) was the officer of the day (OOD) on both days to oversee the event, and was ably assisted by many volunteers each day to ensure the smooth running and success of the event.

Participating classes: Enterprises, Lasers, Solos, Merlins, RS200, RS Visions and a Lark

Age range: 82 years to 11 years!

Prizes:

Many thanks to all of LCSC who assisted on the day and to the visiting clubs for taking part in the event. We look forward to the next gathering of the four clubs on the river in 2011, and to visiting the other clubs later this year.

by Angela Boyhan
LCSC Hon Dinghy Sailing Secretary (Event coordinator)

Saturday 15th May 2010

  • 25 boats from London Corinthians, Ranelagh and South Bank
  • Conditions : Light north-westerly winds
  • Course: No 3, No 4, No 1, No 2
  • Start: 14:30

Well, what a turn-out! Twenty five boats on the start line, spring weather, a light north-westerly, the starting flags went down and no one over the line (well, just a couple of late starters desperately trying to claw their way back over the tide, anyway).

And so it was that the West London Hospital Trophy got off to if not a flying, at least a gliding start in the fickle breeze as the fleet made its way upriver to buoy No 3 - the windward mark of a figure of eight course set by race officer Peter Hallett.

There were no clear leaders at this point, but oh dear, at the mark, that was going to sort out the wheat from the chaff, event the wheat from the wheat with good sailors getting caught in the shadow of so many boats approaching. Set a bit too far out of the tideway, my dears, very little wind, darlings, 25 boats, dearies, boats continuing to drift upriver unable to get into the bank to leave No 3 to starboard. It was tough out there.

But a few things did emerge, the leaders, Martin Dixon and Chris W-I in the latter's own design and Val Nedyalkov in his Laser got away into clear air, along with Ranelagh sailors CP Edwards and M.J Gifford in their Enterprises, and Simon Hills (your reporter) in hot pursuit in his Laser.

From there, though, this report becomes a little hazy, because your reporter managed to lose his mainsheet and spend many frustrating minutes trying (twice) to re-reeve it as his boat went in and out of the wind and drifted whence it came. But a source from the front of the fleet (Val) reported close racing up there, with the Enterprises using their advantage in light airs to keep a rather unlucky sailor (Val) in their wind shadow, thus frustrating our leading Laser helm (Val).

Meanwhile, a fascinating race was emerging behind them. The Lasers of Simon Ashenden, Andre Gareh, Johnny Lyell, and Pete Lee were all racing hard against each other, with Kevin Seebaluck trying to catch them, and the lot of them trying to catch Clive Kitson who, while still a million miles (all right, yards, all right, inches) behind Val in the leading Laser, was setting the pace for the others.

The Enterprises of Chris Crosland, John Chick and Gareth Llewellyn all were pushing a claim for victory against each other, while at the back of the fleet Christelle Escoffier and Ed Hipkin were, frankly rather too relaxed and enjoying their sailing unencumbered by too many scuffles round the marks.

Even further back, Simon Hills, mainsheet now through all the blocks it should be through, was kept in the race by that doughty campaigner Robin Johnson, who had been one of the casualties at the dastardly No 3 and had to sail down river, re-cross and re-round to stay in the race, so both sailors while not having a prayer of winning, had a reason to stay in the race. Having ex-LCSC and now Ranelagh Laser sailor Maury Shenk in our sights gave us good incentive, too.

This should have been how the fleet remained. But this old river always offers something to even up the field. Slowly, slowly, in clear air, Simon and Robin were clawing their way gradually closer to the pack of Lasers led by Clive and then, oh joy of joys, as they saw them stuck in close to the Surrey bank picked up a massive lift in the tideway to bring them right back in contention.

And so, after this gruelling race in light, shifty conditions and a pretty hefty tide, as the six leaders crossed the line ahead, it was a close-knit fleet that, although unable to catch Clive, finished the race with just a few boat lengths between them.

A fascinating, often frustrating race then won on handicap by C.P Edwards from Ranelagh followed by Martin Dixon and Chris W-I in Chris's own MRII design that with its large sail plan revelled in these conditions and was first across the line by a West London country mile, then Val, who despite a good result had a frustrating time out there, and M.J. Gifford from Ranelagh in fourth place.

Credit must be given to Andre Gareh, who when he was Rear Commodore dinghies came up with a plan to host one big race with our neighbours from Ranelagh, Southbank and Strand-on-the-Green rather than many smaller ones. A great fleet of 25 boats on the day and 36 competitors over the weekend surely confirms that the idea has been a great success. Fifty boats next year? We'll really have to think of where to put No 3 if that happens.

by Simon Hills

Results

Edith Woods Cup:

  • 1st - C.P Edwards and Sarah Riches, RSC, Enterprise
  • 2nd - Martin Dixon and Chris W-I, LCSC, MRII
  • 3rd - Val Nedyalkov, Laser, LCSC

King Morgan Cup:

  • 1st - C.P Edwards and Sarah Riches, RSC, Enterprise
  • 2nd - Martin Dixon and Chris W-I, LCSC, MRII
  • 3rd - Val Nedyalkov, Laser, LCSC


Full results Saturday

Combined results both days

Sunday 16th May 2010

  • 21 boats from London Corinthians, and Strand on the Green Sailing clubs
  • Conditions : South Westerly wind, Force 3
  • Course: No 8, No 5, No 1
  • Start: 14:50

Sunday saw an almost equally large turnout with 21 boats taking part. The wind was a bit stronger than on Saturday and almost perfect for our area. Here is a view of the race by the race officer.

Well, 21 boats take their time to get on the water, so the race started a bit late. But in the end too many sailors were a bit over-eager and the tide was very strong, so at least half of the fleet ended up way over the line as the start signal went. After a debate of about two seconds between the race officer and the two deputies they decided on a general recall. According to long standing members of the club, something unheard of for at least the last 20 years!

But it all went very smoothly, everybody made their way back behind the startline. The next start was perfect and off they went to No 8 all 21 boats disappearing round the corner past the Chiswick Ait. This is the time when the race officer normally has time for a cup of tea. However, on this occasion, Chris W-I's MRII boat with Martin Dixon at the helm appeared again after only a few minutes, roaring down the river with its spinnaker flying, way ahead of everybody else. Several minutes behind them followed the first Lasers, Val and Phil.

The boats did another three laps around No 5 and No 1 with a lot of close contests around No 1 on all laps, sometimes four boats jostling for position.

In these perfect conditions, the Lasers seemed to be at an advantage over the Enterprises. But one of our visitors from SGSC, J. Armitage in his Enterprise, did exceptionally well finishing 7th overall with more than ten minutes ahead of the second Enterprise!

The finish was a very exciting affair (for the race officer crew anyway!) with several boats finishing within seconds of each other. At this point the race officer was very grateful to have two deputies indeed!

A large event like this is challenging to organise and to run. But it was really fantastic to see so many boats out on the water and especially great to see so many fellow sailors from our neighbouring clubs coming to sail on our stretch of the river. Looking forward to next year!

by Kerstin Exner

Results

LCSC Trophy:

  • 1st - Martin Dixon and Chris W-I, MRII, LCSC
  • 2nd - Val Nedyalkov, Laser, LCSC
  • 3rd - Phil Robin, Laser , LCSC

West London Hospital Trophy:

  • 1st - Martin Dixon and Chris W-I, MRII, LCSC
  • 2nd - Val Nedyalkov, Laser, LCSC
  • 3rd - Clive Kitson, Laser, LCSC

Full results Sunday

Combined results both days

Full results

Saturday 15th May:

Position Helm and Crew Club
1st C.P Edwards and Sarah Riches RSC
2nd Martin Dixon and Chris W-I LCSC
3rd Val Nedyalkov LCSC
4th M.J. Gifford RSC
5th J. Hodgkins  
6th N. Price RSC
7th Clive Kitson LCSC
8th Simon Hills LCSC
9th Simon Ashenden LCSC
10th Robin Johnson LCSC
11th Andre Gareh LCSC
12th Johnny Lyell LCSC
13th Pete Lee LCSC
14th Kevin Seebaluck LCSC
15th Renato  
16th P. Elliot and J. Stanton-Humphries SBSC
17th Chris Crosland and Ros Compton LCSC
18th John Chick and Kay Cholakian LCSC
19th A. Munro-Faure and S. Tollemache SBSC
20th Gareth Llewellyn and J. Llewellyn LCSC
21st Ed Hipkin and Tom Breen LCSC
22nd Christelle Escoffier LCSC
23rd Maury Shenk RSC
24th N. Fairlay and P. Cundall RSC
RET Sarah Bennet LCSC

OOD and Race Officer : Peter Hallett
Assistant Race officers: Liz St Clair and Caroline Wysall
Safety Boat: Bill Stock and Sandrine Tiller
Pontoon Duty: Angela Boyhan, James Eatwell, Woody, Mark Pearson
Prizes presented by Serena Alexander, Rear Commodore, Training, LCSC

 

Sunday 16th May:

Position Helm and Crew Club
1st Martin Dixon and Chris W-I LCSC
2nd Val Nedyalkov LCSC
3rd Phil Robin LCSC
4th Clive Kitson LCSC
5th Robin Johnson LCSC
6th Pete Lee LCSC
7th J. Armitage and A. Jones SGSC
8th Peter Hallett LCSC
9th Johnny Lyell LCSC
10th Ed Hipkin and Angela Boyhan LCSC
11th Paul Williamson SGSC
12th Gareth Llewellyn and J. Llewellyn LCSC
13th Kevin Seebaluck LCSC
14th Nigel Birch SGSC
15th John Bull SGSC
16th Christelle Escoffier and Rob Graham LCSC
17th James Eatwell and Ben Wilder LCSC
18th Hilary Branfield and Richard Adams LCSC
DNF Alex Scott-Tonge and J. Galaa LCSC
DNF Kay Cholakian and Phil Lofts LCSC
RET Chris Crosland and Carien du Plooy LCSC

OOD: Peter Hallett
Race Officer: Kerstin Exner
Assistant Race officers: Charlie and Nicola Beausire
Safety Boat: Ed Best and Claire Willis
Pontoon Duty: Angela Boyhan, Victoria Timberlake, Woody
Prizes presented by Hugh and Miranda Kelmo, LCSC

Combined results 15th and 16th May:

Position Helm and Crew Club
1st Martin Dixon LCSC
2nd Val Nedyalkov LCSC
3rd Clive Kitson LCSC
4th Robin Johnson LCSC
5th Pete Lee LCSC
6th Johnny Lyell LCSC
7th C.P. Edwards RSC
8th M.J. Gifford RSC
9th J. Hodgkins  
9th Kevin Seebaluck LCSC
11th N. Price RSC
11th Phil Robin LCSC
13th Simon Hills LCSC
14th Simon Ashenden LCSC
14th Ed Hipkin LCSC
16th Gareth Llewellyn LCSC
16th J. Armitage SGSC
18th Andre Gareh LCSC
18th Peter Hallett LCSC
20th Paul Williamson SGSC
21st Renato  
21st P. Elliot SBSC
21st Chris Crosland LCSC
24th Christelle Escoffier LCSC
25th Nigel Birch SGSC
25th John Chick LCSC
27th John Bull SGSC
28th A. Munro-Faure SBSC
29th James Eatwell LCSC
30th Hilary Branfield LCSC
31st Maury Shenk RSC
31st N. Fairlay RSC
31st Sarah Bennett  
31st Alex Scott-Tonge LCSC
31st Kay Cholakian LCSC

 

Photos by Angela Boyhan, William Stock and Claire Willis

Copyright © London Corinthian Sailing Club, May 2010