DF65_8th December

Updated: Jan 10

Top - of - A+ rig conditions. Triangle course from the shore start to mark Four, in at #8, and a home beat up the bank from #1 above 'zero' to the gate at Eight and its customary 'wing'.

Better courses may be made available.......


Not to be confused with the scorer's "mangle award", the morning's virtual "leech-flattener" trophy and associated creases and groans may go to:........

1st Place - CW and #06, 2nd - JR with #43, JB helming #002.



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