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New Years Race Thursday 1st January 2015 @ 11am

New Years Race Thursday 1st January 2015 @ 11am

 

Come and enjoy your FIRST race of the 2015 New Year season with your family!

One 75 min Pursuit Race with prize’s for 1St 4th & 7th the committee may have a prize for the winning junior helm. Bartley Sailing Committee wishes you all Happy New Year 2015.

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Boxing Day Race 2014 Friday 26th December 2014 11am start

Boxing Day Race 2014 Friday 26th December 2014 11am start

 

Work off your Christmas pudding and enjoy a Boxing Day sail with your friends and win a bottle of wine to have with your family!

One 75 min Pursuit Race with prize's for 1st 4th & 7th also Father Christmas may have a prize for the winning Junior helm.

Bartley Sailing Committee wishes you all Merry Christmas.

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Bart's Bash results announced!!

Bart's Bash results announced!!

FINAL RESULTS published - Over 30,000 people took to the water for the first Bart's Bash!

Locally our Top 10 place winners were

Debbie Degge, Sam Knight, John Ling, Mike Gibson, Phil Bright, Robin Pitt, Ian Clarke, Crispen Beaumont, Steve Hawley, Caroline Whitehouse. For a full set of results take a look at the Bart's Bash web site.

Overal It was great to see over 102 sailors on the water and in the end raising £520 so far, with a further £100 approx donated directly after the closing date.

Bartley Sailing Club has a fabulous opportunity to continue to build on the good feel factor and therefore our Commodore Mike Gibson and his team have worked hard behind the scenes to organise many exciting events for next year for everyone to join in with. So please continue your support by coming to the club and enjoying what we have on offer “BARTLEY S C THE PREMIER SAILING CLUB IN WEST MIDLANDS”

We look forward to seeing you all out on the water very soon.

FINAL RESULTS published - Over 30,000 people took to the water for the first Bart's Bash!    


      Our final results, now PUBLISHED!!!, show an amazing 30,717 participants took to the water, many for their first time, around the world, for the first “Bart’s Bash” on 21 September 2014.
       
      As you know, the sailing race was a fund raising event in memory of Andrew Simpson, the Olympic sailor who died in a training accident in May 2013. We are delighted to say that we all raised over a quarter of a million pounds - a phenomenal amount and we are so grateful.
       
      Since race day the Bart's Bash results team has been busy compiling and processing tens of thousands of results and can now confirm that an incredible sixteen thousand, eight hundred and seventy (16,870) boats collectively sailed a staggering eighty seven million, seventy two thousand, seven hundred and sixty nine (87,072,769) metres, roughly the equivalent of sailing twice around the world. CIRCUM-DOUBLE-BOOM!!
     
      Overall winners were; Hans Wallen sailing at Cape Crow Yacht Club in Sweden in an M32 Catamaran, Riccardo Macchiavello sailing at Circolo Nautico Rapallo in Italy in an Altura 1101 and Grant Piggott sailing at Weston Sailing Club in Great Britain in a Nacra 17. For the final results table please visit http://www.bartsbash.co.uk/results/table
       
      Initially, we had hoped for fifty (50) clubs to sign up with two thousand (2000) participants in the UK. As you know, shortly after we announced the event we had 100 clubs within one week. Every day since our global event has grown faster than James' Giant Peach...
       
      Delta Lloyd open Dutch Championships recorded the highest numbers of boats sailing from the club at 233. In the UK Parkstone Yacht Club recorded a whopping one hundred and ninety four (194) boats on the water.
       
      The Laser Standard dominated the dinghy class leader board, taking the top spot with one thousand six hundred and seventy seven (1,677) entries, Optimists were in second place with one thousand one hundred and seventy eight (1178) boats on the water and the Laser Radial took third with nine hundred and fifty three (953) boats.
       
      Event Manager for Bart's Bash, Tim Anderton said "At no point could we ever have expected over five hundred (500) clubs in over sixty (60) countries to embrace the idea of getting on the water, racing, having fun and celebrating everything Bart stood for. This has to be one of the largest sailing participation events in the world. We would like to thank all those who took part in the event and a special thank to the volunteers, over seven thousand of them, who made it possible."
       
      To view a video showing the highlights of the day please visit http://youtu.be/NxOC8ICaqPI
     
      You all took part and rocked the socks off the sailing world in some way - our hats are doffed to you and we hope you enjoy seeing your global rankings!! In case you have got the bug, there maybe a big announcement about Bart's Bash 2 - 'The Second Sail' on December 17th, this year. #justsayin'
     
      Thank you so much for being a part of this. Best wishes from Jez, Tony, Tim and the whole Bart's Bash team.
     
      #sailonbart
     
     
       
       
      For more information contact
      Amy Harvey
     
      07554 968 968
     
     
      Follow Bart’s Bash
      bartsbash.co.uk
      facebook.com/bartsbash
      youtube.com/bartsbash
      @bartsbash
      The event official hashtags are #bartsbash #sailonbart
       
      Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation
     
      The Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation transforms the lives of young people through sailing. Everything we do is driven by our belief that all young people have the ability to excel – through sailing we provide opportunities to grow, achieve and to inspire excellence.
     
      Inspired by Olympic Gold and Silver medallist Andrew “Bart” Simpson, and founded by Sir Ben Ainslie CBE, Iain Percy OBE and Andrew’s wife Leah, the Foundation helps young people to develop the personal skills that will improve their ability to succeed in life and to improve access to jobs and careers within the maritime sector.
     
      Our activity principally focuses on young people between the age of 5 and 24, and we work to realise the opportunities presented by the unique combination of the challenge of time on the water with life changing inspiration and encouragement.
     
      The Foundation’s activities include a number of major projects: Bart’s Bash, the Andrew Simpson Sailing Centre, our Ambassador programme, and our developing International programme.
     
      The Andrew Simpson Sailing Centre is a sailing school at the London 2012 Olympic venue in Weymouth and Portland which we opened on 9 May 2013 and is used to provide sailing opportunities for young people and to support our charitable activities.
     
      For more details on the Foundation’s charitable aims and work, please click here.
     
      Follow the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation
      andrewsimpsonsailing.org
      facebook.com/andrewsimpsonsailingfoundation
      @andrewsimpsonsa
      #sailonbart

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Debbie Degge Best Top Lady sailor

Debbie Degge Best Top Lady sailor

Debbie Degge is 2nd Streaker National Champion 2014

Recently I had the pleasure of talking to Debbie after her recent victory and in her own words....

"Whilst I had thought of myself as a “has been” circuit racer of the 80/90’s, it was nice to be competitive at the Nationals, if only a second place it’s was an improvement on a previous 4th at the Streaker Nationals".

Apparently she only entered to find out how the new boat would perform, as this Butler hull felt different to the Rooster she use to have, and was encouraged to do so after winning the Emberton Park Open 2014. In fact she claims to be considering winding down to just Club Racing, trying to beat Mr Ling/Gibson etc and eventually the olds single handed Mirror fleet !! we know her brilliants is still very much there.... as proven by winning the larger ever local BSC race Barts Bash 2014.

 

As Debbie said It would be interesting to find out about early successes of many older sailors at the club, as she states today’s results are tomorrows Chip paper (or would have been at one time). Her previous success are long distant history, having won opens in five different single handers, Topper, Europe, Comet, Laser, Streaker, and was just proud to qualify for the Endeavour Trophy.

 

DEBBIE DEGGE SAILING BRIEF:-

In the early days of segregation with dedicated Ladies Nationals, she won the Ladies National Pursuit Race 3 times with wonderful prizes such as a holiday for 4 in Greece, and also won the Ladies Single Handed National Championship.

 

Then on to Toppers and before Winning the Worlds, in previous years I finished 2nd and 4th, and 3rd at Europeans/Nationals. Trying to beat among others a young John Ling from Kessingland to Worlds Qualification points, against John Caig, Ian Fryett, Andy Rice, Hugh Styles, Andy Carter – a few names I remember well, with memorable highlights of leading over 100 boats the wrong way round the windward mark in one event.

 

After that I won the Comet Inlands and then have had fun sailing more classes than I could name, from many single handers to Fireballs/GP’s/Larks etc, and even crewed a 505 one winter HA HA.

 

Well the old dear didn’t do too badly, but enough of memory lane, maybe there is a bit of racing left in her yet. Off to Cornwall next weekend, so see you on the water in a few weeks.

 

Debs

 

EDITOR NOTE

Well best of luck next week Debbie, on behalf of the whole Bartley Sailing Club we are proud to still have you with us and still showing us around on the water!!! You are a great ambassador and an assest to BSC 

Rgs

John

 

Enclose the link to the Y & Y report.

www.yachtsandyachting.com/.../Noble-Marine-Streaker-Nationals-part-2

 

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Top Bartley Sailor Ed Higson gets selected by RYA

Top Bartley Sailor Ed Higson gets selected by RYA

 

At Bartley we all know how good Edward Higson is but now after recent success on the national scene the RYA have selected him to join the Radial National Youth Squad 2014/5

 

This means that Ed will attend their special training camps and have his skills harness in order that hopefully he can go on to Win a medal at the World or European Championships. After which he will set his sights on qualifying for a place on the Team GBR in teh ISAF Worlds!!!. Ed is a great lad with lots to offer and so we are also hoping that he will attend some of the Activate Clinics that BARTLEY will be hosting so that club members can learn some new techniques.

 

Like his Dad (Jeremy) we are all very proud of his sailing achievements.

 

Go for it ED.....

 

To help him on his campaign he is now looking for sponsorship so if anyone fancies help out to get their name logo etc out on the national circuit I’m sure Ed would be delighted for the support.

 

Therefore please contact Jeremy higson []

 

 

 

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BSC Christmas Party UPDATE - book NOW before the 11th Oct

BSC Christmas Party UPDATE - book NOW before the 11th Oct

 

Bartley Christmas Party

Places are being snapped up fast for our Christmas party!

To avoid disappointment, book your place now by emailing either Sue Peacock () or Tony Cliff ()

Tickets are priced at £38 each & along with your Christmas meal, we have some entertainment lined up to keep you dancing until the early hours!

Discounted rooms are also available at £49 room only or £59 Bed & Breakfast.  These can be booked directly with the hotel:

Holiday Inn Birmingham - Bromsgrove

Kidderminster Road

Bromsgrove

B61 9AB

T)  0871 942 9142

E)  

W) hi-birminghambromsgrove.co.uk

Don't leave it too late !! Numbers need to be in by 11th October

Regards,
Tony

Mobile : 07449-958100

 

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Celebrate Christmas with Bartley Sailing Club

Celebrate Christmas with Bartley Sailing Club


This year we thought it would be a great idea to come together to celebrate Christmas as a club! To that end we've reserved places at the Holiday Inn in Bromsgrove on Saturday 13th December. You'll be treated to a 3 course meal. Not only that but, the tribute band "Hard to handle" will be rocking the night away. Cost for the evening is £38 per person & with the resident DJ playing until 1am, you may well want to book a room - don't worry, special rates have been arranged - £49 per double room or £59 if you'd like breakfast. A £10 per person deposit will reserve your place, so act quickly as places are limited, by contacting either Sue Peacock () or Tony Cliff (

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Yacht Theory Courses

Hi All

Neill will be at the club this Wednesday 24th September from 5pm to 9pm, if you are interested in do one of the Navigation courses or just want to chat through your personal training needs ie ICC, VHF, First aid, charter, practical skill requirements.

Cheers Howard

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Bartley’s Bart’s Bash ...WOW !!!

Bartley’s Bart’s Bash ...WOW !!!

What a day, we achieved an incredible result with just over 70 boats on the water.... with 32 double hander’s, making nearly 100 sailors taking part in a memorable occasion for everyone.

I’m delighted with the amazing sprit of club members and visitors , which so far we raised just shy of £500 and with many donating direct the actually figure is possible far higher.

Finally I have managed to sort out the online Race results sheet and we now await and see the provisional global results.

Once again big thanks must go to Pete Storey and Colin Staite who stayed remarkable calm throughout the whole day, Mick Quickfall for being our official Witness and was still out there rechecking the course length well after the presentation. Also thanks’ to the rescue team headed by Dave Jones who managed to capture (along with others) some great visuals of the day.

This must go down as one our highlights of the year......may it long continue

Kind regards

John

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Bart's Bash Info - only a few hours to go!!

By way of an update; Bartley Sailing Club have now signed up 49 (includes 7 K20 youth sailors not shown)which is brilliant so far.

Many thanks to all those club members who have registered for Sundays 21st Bart’s Bash and have generously contributed so far. Amazingly our fund raised (as of 4pm ) is £165.00 and I’m sure we shall get more on the day.... I’m certainly going round with my bucket so be warned!!!

The main purpose for this event is to raise awareness and to break the Guinness book record for the largest sailing race ever!!!

On the back of which we are using this opportunity to gather interest in Bartley Sailing Club and hopefully from our existing members to spread the word of all the great things we are doing to improve sailing and racing conditions for our members to enjoy.

Through Howard Eeles Outdoor Pursuit Centre we have created a unique opportunity to provide high quality outdoor activities to School, Youth Groups, Further Education and adults. These stimulating adventurous outdoor activity experiences are designed to educate and motivate young people and others in a challenging and safe environment which Bartley Sailing Club is ideal to do. (further information via our web site or contact Howard on 0121 476 4301 or 07803357143)

So by supporting this event you are becoming part of the biggest sailing group ever known, whilst also supporting BSC ongoing future development.

2 sleeps to go!!!

You betcha!! We are on the verge of making history in the world of sailing and   starting something amazing in Bart's memory. Every individual in this event,   be they competitor, volunteer, supporting relative or organiser will come   together on Sunday and achieve something truly special, bonding the world of   sailing across continents and boat classes like never before.

Every one   of you rocks the socks off the sailing world and we want to wish you every   success with your event. Have an amazing day, enjoy your family and friends   and we hope you get a good wind in your sails....

Win a trip to sail with Ben Ainslie!

Alongside   our previously announced competition   to fly to San Fran and sail an AC45 with Iain Percy, we are delighted to   announce today that Sir Ben has also thrown his hat in the ring with a rather   special 'thank you' prize of his own. Are you ready?? It's a bit of a   belter....

Every person,   and we mean EVERY person, who signs up to fundraise with a JustGiving page   through our site and raises the suggested donation amount of £5 or more is   going to be entered into the competition to win this prize.

Four of   our lucky fundraisers, plus a friend or responsible adult, are going to be   invited to visit the Postmouth base of Ben's BAR America's Cup team and go   out sailing on an AC45 for the day!! Ben is also donating some additional   signed clothing that will be given by the same ballot to some runners up.

Read   more about this amazing opportunity here.

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2014 BSC Laser personal handicap Champion is Mike Acaster congratulations

Final Results Posted

Can you believe it 20 weeks have past and what a great season we have had... so many tails to tell. From Jeremy dominating at the start of the season, our Commodore Mike joining in and showing us his skills (plus spectacular capsizes) to the quiet and deadly Mike Acaster who just plug away at the top each week and calmly moved up the leader board, whilst Richard was training hard to master his roll tacks.

BUT IN THE END THERE CAN ONLY BE ONE---------- 2014 BSC Laser personal handicap Champion is Mike Acaster congratulations

I have attached the Full Sailwave file attached and it should be available soon on the BSC web site.

As you can see below the Top of the leader board is divided by only a few points !!!.

Taking race 20 results into consideration Richard Baker and Michael Parkerboth sailed so well and consistently improved over the whole season, but I know that in the last race the wind dropped and Mike managed to get away leaving the battle at buoy 0... and well that was it....

Last year's winner Giles was also so close with only one point in it between him and Simon, Giles nearly took glory again with his amazing start on the last race but unfortunately headed out to a patch of dead wind and it was all over!!! A real shame..

Robin Pitt had moments of glory with 5 top places but throughout the season also had some which he would rather me not mention... but it does show he's got it...Jeremy was clearly in the driving seat but after his back injury had to slow down and all he could do was smile and wave!!! Our "SuperBoy" Mike found that we "Laser guys" make it look easy!! But it's not... in the end he had a credible season and finish 3rd overall in the scratch with only 1.5 off Simon.

Gary Allcock finally had to smile as he not only finished 10th with 4 top positions he also managed to beat Robin in the last race!!!

John Ellis Rose was not far behind with a few great results and some that needed a digit removing!! he did manage to win in Race 16 though the week of buying us all a drink!!!! (did he?)

Emma Hancox in her 4.7 sailed really well but with the lighter airs not being kind, it was a case of not doing enough races to have the vital discard... anyhow she takes the first lady position...

Jim did a similar thing by just missing out, do to his discards but was getting stronger all season.

Ed Higson, what can we say... young blood that has great skill..... was in poll but needed to do more races... he has so much glassware anyhow!!! And more to come im sure!

Alastair also missed out do to discards but was very consistent when he came. Ian the dark horse... god knows how good he would be if he upgraded his laser!!!

Tony Cliff had a season of uphill improvement starting at the back end and ending with him never giving up and in the top slots of results. So as he practices over the winter he will be a force to be reckoned with next season chaps.

Debbie was our 2nd placed Lady but missed out do to discards, real shame as she came 1st 2nd and 3rd in the scratch races!!!

Brad won our youth "pain in the **** prize"!! seriously he has improved and with two 1st, 3rd and 6th which is a brilliant result. Just need to sail a Laser more often mate!!!

On to our 3rd place lady Katie who joined us for 6 sessions and had impressive results, as did Ann 4th place lady who really push Emma at the start of the series but because of change of job could not make Tuesdays.

Other sailors Tom Clarke, Steve Thomas, Nigel Hudson, Chris Thomas, Andrew Gill, Neil Boneham, and Dan Richardson all who joined in seemed to enjoy themselves.

NOW FOR THE BIG LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON – Laser Prizing giving

 

Please make sure you are there I have a number of prizes to award

 

Remember that evening 9th September is also our Bottle race where we hope you will all invite your partners along and come and have a great evening racing and Curry and Beer at the club

As always any issues please feel free to let me know and I will be happy to amend.

Kind regards

John

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D-Zero Comes to Bartley for Demo Day

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D-Zero Comes to Bartley for Demo Day

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Bart's Bash sign up

Bart's Bash sign up

Remember to sign up for the Bart's Bash

To comply with the Guinness world record attempt we need to
organise a race sometime on 21st September. We need as many club members as
possible to enter the race to support the world record attempt. It does not
matter if you don't normally race or if you normally race on a Saturday please
put 21st September 11.00 in your diary and turn up for what is likely to be the
biggest race ever in the history of our club and be part of the world

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Barts Bash' on 21st September. Bartley sailing club is supporting the event

Barts Bash' on 21st September. Bartley sailing club is supporting the event

FURTHER UPDATE Barts Bash -To all BSC members

As per the posting below :- As you will no doubt have seen on the internet, social media and TV there is a world record race attempt called 'Barts Bash' on 21st September. Bartley sailing club is supporting the event and I urge you to register and  race on 21st September to help achieve the world record and raise some funds for the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation Charity.

To comply with the Guinness world record attempt we need to organise a race sometime on 21st September. We need as many club members as possible to enter the race to support  the world record attempt. It does not matter if you don't normally race or if you normally race on a Saturday  please put 21st September 11.00 in your diary and turn up for what is likely to be the biggest race ever in the history of our club and be part of the world record attempt. Further details will be made available nearer the date.

Yes the car park will be overflowing, yes the changing rooms will be overflowing and yes it will be busy on the water. But these are minor things compared with the aims and goals of the Andrew Simpson Sailing Foundation Charity and for one race on one day I would ask that all club members make a real effort to participate and be part of this fantastic event.

So the plan is to have one long race @ 11am ..... Sunday 21st September 2014

You NEED to pre register either at the bar with supplying your boat details and paying the £5 entry fee/donation fee and we shall enter you on the website. Alternatively you can signup from the Barts website see below the link. Any questions please ask me or see the club notice board or send me an email

 

Rgs

John

John Ling []

 

 

For further information about Barts Bash visit http://www.bartsbash.co.uk       

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Howard Eeles - Centre Manager recently trained 4 top sailors on a four day intensive course to gain their RYA Dinghy Instructor qualification.

Howard Eeles - Centre Manager recently trained 4 top sailors on a four day intensive course to gain their RYA Dinghy Instructor qualification.

Howard Eeles - Centre Manager recently trained 4 top sailors on a four day intensive course to gain their RYA Dinghy Instructor qualification.

 

In their own right Edward Higson, Matt Venables, brother Dan and CalumHealey are all World Champions.

 

Ed Higson : Past Topper world champion and current schools champion and welsh national champion. Matt Vendables: past Topper world champion, two timed (current) 29er national champion, Dan Vendables: past Topper world champion and past 4.2 Topper national champion.

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Laser Grand Prix - thank you

Laser Grand Prix - thank you

The Laser fleet had a wonderful day thanks to all the BSC members who supported the event and helped out with registration,rescue,RO,Press boat,Launching trolley management etc.

 

Paul and his band of caterers did us proud with great food and slick service.

 

Overall the event was well support with 31 boats all of which seemed to have left BSC with a smile on their face and hopefully great memories of our club.

 

Next year we are hoping to successfuly bid for an even bigger event being the Laser Masters Championships!! as we have shown how we can handel such events now.

 

Once again a big thank you to all those involved

 

Regards

John

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Photos from the 2014 Laser Open

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SUNDAY 20th July is Bartley Sailing Club Laser Grand Prix as part of the Midland UKLA Grand Prix series 2014

SUNDAY 20th July is Bartley Sailing Club Laser Grand Prix as part of the Midland UKLA Grand Prix series 2014

Please remember that this SUNDAY 20th July is Bartley Sailing Club Laser Grand Prix as part of the Midland UKLA Grand Prix series 2014                         

Briefing is planned for 10.30am with the 3 races starting at 11am.

 

If anyone needs to borrow a boat of equipment please let me know...ask...

Kind regards

John

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Bartley Laser team dominate at Welsh Laser CYC Championships!!!

Bartley Laser team dominate at Welsh Laser CYC Championships!!!

You might be interested in our BSC Laser fleet are just recovering after a fantastic WYA Championship with lots of wins as -

Emma Hancox becomes WYA Champion in 4.7 and Ed Higson Wins in Laser Radial.  Bartley team dominate at Welsh Laser CYC Championships!!!

 

With Seb Andrew 1st Junior and John Ling 1st Master and 2nd Guy Person and 3rd Master Robin Pitt. Although suffering with back injury Jeremy was lying 3rd team boat over night, but could not risk sailing day 2. Adam John took honours at the prize giving as G.Master and manage to win the private series match race with Robin!!!

 

1st 4.7 Emma Hancox WYA Champion

 

1st Radial Ed Higson WYA Champion and first youth

 

1st Junior Radial WYA Championships Seb Andrews 15th overall

 

1st Master John Ling WYA Champion and 3rd overall in the main Stnd Laser 1

 

2nd Master Guy Pearson 6th overall

 

3rd Master WYA Championships Robin Pitt 10th overall

 

1st G.Master WYA Championships Adam John 7th overall

 

16th WYA Championships Jeremy Higson

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