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I.O.M Summer series round 5. 4th June 2023

Great racing, as always at the Farm .

Round five was blessed with breeze and sunshine but for one reason and anther there were only 7 skippers soon to be 6.

Race officer Dave set a course on the east bank only to find on completion the wind had veered so another dog leg course was set as a back up. This was to be the story of the day wind shifting veering coming going making for very close racing with no position secure.

Mick C was fastest out of the block taking the first win, Dave took the second and Mick C the third. Chris G then found some speed and took the next 3. Mick C Dave R and Chris G took all the wins between them with an almighty battle for overall honours. Racing was close throughout the fleet with a lot of place changing in each race. We unfortunately lost Mike W very early on with a failed winch. Despite the winds best efforts to ruin the racing we prevailed using the dog leg course after coffee break again providing some very close entertaining racing.

Overall honours went to Mick C (Congratulations to him) with his win in the final race. Dave R had a disaster in the last race finding a hole in the wind on the final run and got swamped by the rest of the fleet allowing Chris G to take second Dave R ending third. Congratulations to the podium places and well done to all who had a great mornings racing in a very good sprit with friendly banter.

Thanks to everyone for helping pack away after racing and for sharing the line calls.

Mick C , Many thanks for the write up Dave , and yes it was a fab morning of racing , reminded me of the old days .

Two World Champions chasing 98 our Darin , a few years ago .

I.O.M Ranking 1 & 2 at Lincoln 27th & 28th May 2023

The I.O.M ranking at Lincoln was a weekend of two halves , Day one, very light and fluky making it a nightmare for Race officer Darin B , only three races were completed, the Sun more breeze around and many more races , Results for day one below and very well done to Tony Edwards , Rob Walsh , and Mark Rose for obtaining a podium position in very tricky conditions . Results for day two scroll down further ,

Day two did bring in the breeze and a much better day of racing, Results below and once again well done to Rob Walsh winner,, Martin Roberts , and Nigel Barrow, for attaining the Podium, and of course all skippers and helpers , who made the event happen . Hopefully more Pictures will follow on our Face Book page

IOM Ranking 1 & 2 – 27th/28th May 2023

This coming weekend sees the IOM ranking series return to Scotland Farm. There is still chance to enter and with a current entry list that shows a fleet of 2 heats there should be plenty of racing with time to chat with your sailing mates in a competitive but relaxed event. We hope to welcome skippers from across the UK, and hope that plenty of the club members will also enter to show them how to navigate the Scotland Farm Lake!

Here’s hoping that Lincoln Skippers are dicing for the lead again!

Event paperwork can be found on the Virtual Notice Board HERE

Further entry information can be found on the MYA online entry system or by contacting Jen Hand directly.

Saturday Entry HERE.

Sunday Entry HERE.

Campers please contact Mick Chamberlain if you wish to stay overnight.

Good Luck to all competitors and all warm welcome to all of our visitors.

DF 65 Summer series round two 21st May 2023

Another fantastic day for racing, Perfect breeze for A + rigs straight down the lake , New Member Steve Ward showed some fine form as he only had an A rig at this time, certainly one to watch , and too add to the improver trophy. Richard J 699 continues to improve, and if not should be added to the improver list. Well done to Rob for the win , and many thank to all for helping out , Assistant OOD did not show, But Mick Cooper helped out .

Great day, enjoyed by all .

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