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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

GBYC Last Race Riley Nails it

Hi all Our last race for the season was a short course series with two heats held. in what could only be described as a Collingwood act championship skipper Snow was made director of skippering on the wire in as yet to be determined role whilst sheethand Rob promoted his 30kg son of pelican fame to skipper. In the following races he held on to win both well done riley. After his role in the wire snow is to have a knee replacement which may see more fwd opportunities????? Craig had his boat in the water and looked the goods with anton and andy keen to go suicide obtained the services of scott for the day before he heads back to canada Mozz was unable to sail as he had some new wheels to fit to the hilux. next season looks good at the moment with Dean almost ready to launch (Rogered) in the winter series and Kym rumoured to make a return. cheers till next time Pete C Busso

GBYC Club heat seven

Hi all well the last heat of the championship was sailed on the 21st april in a reasonable 12 to 15 k breeze. The race was sailed in the usual manner of most of the seasons races. Suburban had the sit on uninvited at the first mark and suicide decided to hit the piss and wash away the bad things from the first work. Now refocused they quickly made up the deficit to lead around the top mark for the second time. the fleeet split and when they come back together at the bottom it was suburban from suicide and uninvited in third. the rest of the race saw a few changes but the end result was the same. 1st Suburban boys Snow Rob and Josh 2nd Suicide Blonde Craig Pete and Brownie 3rd The Uninvited Mozz Dean and Tom Congratulations to the chaps on Suburban Boys for the overall club champion award watch out next year cheers Pete C Busso

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