With only two weekends and four races left to run in each of our four Autumn Series here is a brief look of the helms still in with a chance of getting their names on the coveted TCYC dinghy trophies.
Saturday Autumn Handicap Series
Ray Potter has quickly gotten up to speed in his new K1 fixed keel dinghy and leads this Series by a reasonable margin with 15.4 pts ahead of Ben Flower (Laser Std) on 23.8 pts and Brian Tucker (Laser 4.7) 34.4 pts. It is still possible for Ben to overall Ray but with five wins already in the bag it is looking likely that Ray and a K1 will make their maiden appearances on TCYC silverware.
Saturday Autumn Solo Series
Peter Hearne currently tops this Series comfortably on 16 pts and hopes that his rapidly disintegrating Solo holds together for the remaining four races! Next best is David Northcott some 12 pts adrift with Graham Tapper a further point behind. James Stevenson is still counting a DNC (26pts) in his tally of 47.8pts and with potentially four discards still available could yet challenge for top spot if results go his way.
Sunday Autumn Handicap Series
With four races already lost from the schedule due to adverse weather conditions the first two discards will not be available until next Sunday’s racing and currently all of the sailors are still carrying at least two DNC’s and a number of results that they hope to wipe off their final net score. Ben Flower (Laser Std) currently leads on 80.0pts with Eddie Holden (K1) close on his heels on 80.6pts. The other leading contender is Ray Potter (K1) on 89.0 pts. With four races left to sail and potentialy four discards to use; still all to play for in this Series.
Sunday Autumn Solo Series
James Stevenson looks to have his name already on the cup leading the Series by 31pts from his nearest rivals David Northcott and Graham Tapper.
All the Autumn Series up to date full result sheets are available to view in the Dinghy section of this website.
A further update will be posted following this weekend’s (7th/8th Dec) racing and results so watch this space!