A bright breezy south westerly greeted 11 skippers, and a few visitors who were not sailing to a fast and furious morning at Scotland farm, the breeze was top suit all morning but as the morning wore on it seemed to veer and get stronger.
Pete W 65 was fast out of the blocks taking the first bullett, with Mick C 46 and Chris E 74 taking second and third. race two saw Chris E 74 start his winning ways with the first of ten wins from 14 races and becoming virtually untouchable during the course of the morning.
Jen H 69 yet again had winch line problems but she is so fast at restring the winch now she only lost one race because of it, and it will undergo further investigation before the Nationals. Dave R 57 despite never getting a win was consistant enough to gain second overall, and Pete W 65 never really got going, and Chris G 11 despite some good races had to depart early, Keith Holmes 88 had rudder servo failure early on and called it a day in race 8 , Mick C had a prior engagement and departed the scene of the crime by noon.
The racing was very competetive, and at times overly so with a tad to much dare I say it shouting and whittling that will be addressed.
The OOD Mike W and his wife MaryAnn did a fantastic job and Jen said she had never seen the results so clear ready to be inputted into the computer , so very well done Mike .
Very well done to Chris E , 14 points from 14 races cant be too bad. Dave R a good result to put into the accumilative results