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2020 IOM Oceania Regional Championship
 

Queensland Marblehead Championships 2019


Jul 9, 2019

Well the Qld Marblehead Champs have been run and won.  After the first couple of races it was clear to see what the outcome of the two days will be.

\Queensland\MclassfleetThe skippers from south of the border were certainly prepared for what mother nature was going to throw at us. The first day began with skippers electing to go straight to “B” rigs but with a lull in the breeze everyone elected to go to “A” rigs, this was to be a big mistake with the breeze coming back in and boats being flattened resulting in that heat being called off, the day continued on with “C” rigs.

Those skippers who were prepared for the stronger breezes chose to use “C2” rigs.

Day 2 saw skippers choosing “A” rigs for most of the day with the occasional change to “B” rigs. We managed to get 27 heats run over the two days.\Queensland\Mclasswinners2019group

Congratulations go to Scott Condie sailing a Grunge coming in First place on 30 points followed by Lincoln McDowell sailing an F-6 on 47 points with Andrew Reid taking out third place on 62 points in another Grunge.

A big thanks goes out to Ian Ashe, our PRO for the weekend and David Black our chief scorer, and of course, thanks to all the volunteers who helped out on the two days.

Bob Worton

R/C Coordinator

LSWSA

 


 

Results

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PosName/ClubSail No.
/Design
NettTotal
1CONDIE, Scott
KOGARAH BAY RYC
AUS 06
GRUNGE
30.045.0
2MCDOWELL, Lincoln
ALBERT PARK MYC
AUS 97
F6
47.064.0
3REID, Andrew
ALBERT PARK MYC
AUS 74
GRUNGE
62.086.0
4THOMAS, David
ALBERT PARK MYC
AUS 88
F6
79.0102.0
5NASMITH, Jason
LAKE SAMSONVALE WSA
AUS 11
F3.5
102.0136.0
6FISHER, Trevor
LAKE SAMSONVALE WSA
AUS 29
MANTRA
136.0175.0
7LIHOU, Grant
SPRINGFIELD LAKES MM
AUS 95
STARKERS 3
178.0226.0
8WATSON, Peter
LAKE SAMSONVALE WSA
AUS 64
DREADNAUGHT
191.0239.0
9FULTON, John
PARADISE RYC
AUS 152
FUZZYLOGIC
195.0243.0
10WORTON, Bob
LAKE SAMSONVALE WSA/QLD
AUS 12
F 3.5
239.0287.0
11CHRISTISON, Noel
AUS 07
F3
258.0306.0

Category: Queensland
Posted by: ronf

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5. Lindsay Walker (NSW)
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7. Aaron Farrar (QLD)
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