DF65's 5th January_22

Please find your scores attached in a "word".

Please accept apologies for anomolies in the scoring department,

fortunately hilighted by diligent crews, and in colour below, below, below..........

Fifteen skippers turned up to sail in a more or less Northerly breeze, the course was twice round a near triangle, finishing south of pier. Due to BQ's #11 undergoing servo failure, only 14 boats are included in the results.


Poppling ripples to windward may go to the fastest three boats after nine whole heats:-


1st Place - JB and #02, 2nd - RB on #33, and in 3rd Place - CS sailing #162.


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