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This is all the latest news from St. Catherine’s Sailing Club, Jersey, C.I.

Macready and Litle Hardy Cups this Sunday 24th September 11.00h

The Hardy Cup is postponed, date to be announced

The Macready and Little Hardy Cups are scheduled  for Sunday 24th September 11.00

There will be 3 races back to back, with all classes starting together

Macready Cup – Sailed in Laser Picos

Charlie Cadin
Edward Poignand
Ollie Cadin
Henry Horton
William Holden
Peter Raimbault

 

Little Hardy- Sailed in Optimists

Jack Horton
Clemmie Carnegie
Tom Blackstone

Unconfirmed

Grace Sherrington

Trophies collection for engraving- By 1 October 2017

The season is flying by and it’s time to collect all trophies for engraving and preparation for the annual prize giving on 25th November.

This is also a very busy time for the engravers, so all sailors currently in possesion of perpetual trophies are kindly requested to deliver them  at Carey Olsen’s reception at 47 The Esplanade by 1 October, clean and polished att  James Mulholland.

You can also bring them to the Club this coming weekend, and club officials will take them down to James.

Your support is greatly appreciated for allowing the prize giving dinner to be a success and celebrate this year’s sailors achievements

The Sailing Committee

 

 

The biggest sailing event in the world-Bart’s Bash 2017-SCSC event- Saturday 23 September 11.00h

 

Join us on this fun day at SCSC, open to all boats (even boards) ages and  levels with briefing at 1030 and start at 1100 for a short and fun course

The SCSC will then submit the results and you can see how you ranked against sailors in 582 events being held in 77 countries

Bart’s Bash gives the sailing community a united opportunity to remember Andrew ‘Bart’ Simpson, a double Olympic medallist who tragically lost his life whilst training for the America’s Cup in 2013 and raise funds for  Andrew Simpson Foundation (ASF)

Open to all sailing clubs, yacht clubs, scout groups, sea cadets, windsurfing clubs, individuals and any venue globally that can host a race and is inspired to take part

The event was founded in 2014 and verified by Guinness World Records as ‘The Largest Sailing Race in the World’.

 

For more information

http://www.bartsbash.com

Macready, Little Hardy and Hardy Cup regatta reschedule to 24th September

The Macready, Little Hardy and Hardy Cup regatta is now rescheduled for Sunday 24th September 11.00

There will be 3 races back to back, with all classes starting together

Please confirm with Bruno Gomes if you’re not available for this rescheduled event, so that reserves can be called in if required

Thank you for your support

Macready Cup – Sailed in Laser Picos

Charlie Cadin
Edward Poignand
Ollie Cadin
Henry Horton
William Holden
Peter Raimbault

 

Little Hardy Cup- Sailed in Optimists

Jack Horton
Tom Blackstone

 

Hardy Cup- Sailed in Laser Radial

Ian Simpson
Mark Lamy
Paul Raimbault
TBC
Paul Ellison
James Michel

 

Upcoming Macready, Little Hardy and Hardy Cups

The Macready, Little Hardy and Hardy Cup regatta is scheduled for this Sunday 10th September

There will be 3 races back to back, with all classes starting together

Macready Cup – Sailed in Laser Picos

Charlie Cadin
Edward Poignand
Ollie Cadin
Henry Horton
William Holden
Peter Raimbault

 

Little Hardy Cup- Sailed in Optimists

Jack Horton
Tom Blackstone

 

Hardy Cup- Sailed in Laser Radial

Ian Simpson
Mark Lamy
Paul Raimbault
Jeremy Barnes
Paul Ellison
James Michel

 

Given the current weather forecast of strong wind for Sunday we’ll keep all updated on further developments

Fair winds

The Sailing Committee

SCSC Sailor Tom Pollard 5th Uk sailor.

St Catherine’s Sailor Tom Pollard has just finished 5thBritish Sailor in the recent Laser 4.7 Worlds held in Nieuport Belgium.

Travelling as the Clipper Bursary winner and with his father, Tom produced some excellent results over the week away. His father , Jon, comments…

“….Tom had a very enjoyable and positive time at the Laser 4.7 Worlds. His best day sailing was on day 3 when he got a 19th and 4th position  – one of the highest by any GB sailor. Sadly on day 4 the winds were light and patchy with huge shifts and the results moved him down from gold to silver fleet for the last 2 days. He sailed well in silver to finish 26th and top GB in silver fleet and 5th GB boy overall. It was a great event with sailors from 45 countries.”

We look forward to welcoming Tom back after racing in the Nationals with Jon, and wish them both the best of luck.

 

 

 

Club Cruise this Sunday 23 July- Call for Rib drivers

Dear friends and helpers

This Sunday 23rd July we’ll have our first club cruise, an opportunity for a relaxed cruise to Gorey  leaving around 11.00 with picnic on the beach and return around 15.00

To ensure safety we need volunteers for driving 2 ribs- 4 people

If you have PB2 and are interested please contact Bruno Gomes

gomesbn@yahoo.co.uk or 07797892627

Thank you

2017 C.I. Masters in Guernsey

Please see below the link to the Notice of race and Sailing instructions for the 2017 Masters championships to be held in Guernsey in September.

A group of over 45’s have already signed up for a fun weekend hosted by the Guernsey Yacht club, but if you have not done so yet and would like to go, please contact Martin …   spells706@gmail.com.

There is limited availability on the trailers already booked so hurry if you want to catch a lift.

CI Masters 2017 NoR final

Entry Form 2017 Circulation Draft

64th Annual regatta July 14/15/16th July

 

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Dear Competitors, Friends and Helpers,

The 64th Annual regatta is this weekend and the weather is looking promising for a weekend of sailing, sun and dining at the club.

The house committee have asked you to sign up for the weekend on Friday with a £15 all inclusive deal for all the meals served from Friday eve (Gorey butcher Hot dogs, ) Saturday lunch and eve BBQ, and Sunday Lunch buffet.

Sailing will commence on Friday from 1900hrs with one race for single handed boats or Crews helming their skipper’s boats.

On Saturday we start with the first Pursuit Races starting at 1000 with the clubhouse line in traditional fashion,  followed by Peace cup and Mulheman and Veterans before lunch and RNLI pennant and Bolitho (2 races) in the afternoon.

Sunday will commence with the Marrett at 1000hrs, the transition fleet (club oppies) in the Trophy De Paris at 1030,  His and Hers race at 1100hrs and the Ladies Race at 1145 before lunch. Lastly the Ann Port Race 1 and 2 from 1400

A sign up sheet for club boats will be posted at 6pm on Thursday at the club if you would like to borrow one.

It will very busy weekend at the club house this weekend, we hope that you can make it to race, spectate or help out in any way.

Please contact Justin to help out on the water, slip or start box, and Alison  / Sarah catering.

Please see the website / sailing for info on races.

Yours in sailing, Justin

SCSC 64 regatta programme 2017 v1