- Richard Robinson 01 17 pts
- John Carlin 11 18 pts
- Neil Westbrook 03 20 pts
- Sally Collings 829 31 pts
- Andrew Peter 19 37 pts
- Mike De St Paer 35 39 pts
- Don Mackinnon 933 48 pts
- Richard Walker 39 52 pts
- Derek Matthews 57 53 pts
- Charles Legg 21 64 pts
Due to Birkenhead currently being in a Tier 3 area (and it is requested not to travel into the area), the club have taken the decision to postpone the Strebor IOM Open until a later date when the club is open to both members and visitors from other areas. An afternoon of IOM Social Racing is planned instead for those in the local area.
You may now book events again as the system is working once more.
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A very light NW breeze greeted 8 intrepid “ Tier 3 “ sailors for our first
DF65 Saturday Race. A Plus rigs were the order of the day, and with it being anyone’s guess which way the slight puffs of wind would come from, the score sheet was variable – just like the breeze.
Richard Robinson won the day – but only 1 race, Mike de St Paer came second with 3 wins, Sally was third with no wins, but obviously sailing consistently well for a podium place. Andrew had 2 wins for a fourth, and then everyone else – Dave, Derek, John and Charles enjoyed a win each. Thanks to Bernie for running another afternoon of club racing.
- Richard Robinson 01 19pts 1 win
- Mike De St Pear 35 22pts 3 wins
- Sally Collings 829 25pts
- Andrew Peter 919 27pts 2 wins
- Dave Williams 233 33pts 1 win
- Derek Mathews 57 37pts 1 win
- John Carlin 11 41pts 1 win
- Charles Legg 42 42pts 1 win
After 10 races
The Club is unfortunate to be in a Tier 3 area based upon the latest UK Government classifications for Covid-19 infection levels. As such, organised outdoor sporting activities may continue and therefore the committee have agreed that organised club events may continue for now using the MYA Guidance and a maximum of 13 sailing as one group. When not sailing, competitors should always ensure that they do not gather in groups larger than 6. The clubhouse will be open for access to the toilets or temporary access to equipment stored inside but face coverings should always be worn when inside.
If you live outside of the Liverpool, Halton, Wirral, Knowsley, Sefton and St Helens boroughs, then the guidance recommends that you do not travel into the Birkenhead Tier 3 area. For the full details of what restrictions apply at each Tier see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/local-covid-alert-levels-what-you-need-to-know
This weeks DF65 Saturday racing will still therefore take place. Any changes to this ruling will be communicated to members.