Spring 2003


Commodore’s Report
Thing’s we need to know
Message from Joan Bray

Annual Club Fee
Work Party

Calendar To May
Start of Season Party
Open Weekend
Very Windy Sunday
Sailing Secretary Report
2002 Prizes
Annual Dinner 1
Annual Dinner 2
For Sale/Want
Murder Mystery Evening
Valentines Dinner
Land of Pasty Factories
Richmond Theatre
Tower of London
AGM & Prize Giving
In The Money
Web Site

The Sailing Program
The Last Race Day
Carrot and Coriander Soup

2002 Prizes

The race series match those of last year and the same trophies have been awarded. Everyone who were 1st, 2nd, or 3rd for Boat Handicap or Personal Handicap result in a main series receives a glass. Some glasses have also been awarded for amount of sailing.

If helm capsize or have any other incident or breakage would they please make sure it is recorded on the race sheet so it can be include in my result records. Charles Dennis has been awarded the Water Rat for 6 capsizes, no one else had more than 2 capsizes which indicates our lack of wind this year.

Michael Stevens receives the Young Helm Trophy; he has had one of the lowest Personal Handicaps throughout the year.

A total of 81 races on 27 days, including 22 Fun races, were sailed during the year. Even though Graham Thompson was unfit for sailing for 4 Sundays with 63 races he still did more races than anyone else, and only missed 2 other Sundays. Bryan Clements was next highest with 48 races.

A printed report of each race entry, series results, summaries and other items are in the Race Result folder that is normally kept in the Club entrance. As the race entry reports are very compact and give virtually all the information (except intermediate lap times) on the original race entry sheets these will not be retained.

Trophy winners