Welcome

Welcome to Frensham Pond Sailing Club. Based on a beautiful lake in South West Surrey, the club welcomes new members, both experienced sailors and those wishing to learn. If you would like to find out more, please look further at our website or why not take the opportunity to visit and talk with the club manager or the clubs members. Frensham Pond is a club for all ages, all abilities and all seasons.

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2019 Enterprise Open Results 6th October

The penultimate Thames Valley Area Enterprise meeting on 6th October saw a fleet of 5 consisting of 2 visitors and 3 home boats sharing the water with the GP14 Open. The last vestiges of Hurricane Lorenzo gave fast and furious sailing with the wind holding up to westerly 17 gusting 29  and shifting wildly but the rain held off to give a bright dry day.The race officer, Hugh Marston, stuck to schedule with one race before lunch followed by 2 races back-to-back in the afternoon.

In the first race David and Alex Beaney got off to a good start and quickly gained a healthy lead on Ann Jackson and Alan Skeens, leaving the home boats in their wake.    Home boats Roger Carter with Keith Mundy and Ted Bonner with Andy Majury took the next places but conditions proved too much for Roger Miller and Alastair McEwan who retired.

Race 2, following a revised course, saw the reverse of the first with Ann Jackson taking an early lead on David Beaney which she maintained with expert sailing, despite David chasing her hard but never quite managing to overtake.  Once again Roger Carter followed in 3rd and this time the wind took its toll on Ted Bonner who capsized and retired from the race.

In Race 3 the two visitors both seemed to find their mojo as they were nip and tuck away from the start line.  David Beaney was first to the first mark which was the start of a tense tussle with Ann Jackson who many times gained an overlap on David Beaney but never managed to gain the lead.

David and Alex Beaney's 2 first places which gave them the Frensham Packard Cup and also meant that they took possession of the Enterprise Thames Valley Championship shield. After the racing all were happy to chat in the clubhouse for a convivial tea with the prize giving by the Vice Commodore, David Innes.

Pos

SailNo

Helm

Crew

Club

 

R1

R2

R3

Pts

1st

20234

David Beaney

Alex Beaney

Rickmansworth SC

 

1

(2)

1

2

2nd

23349

Ann Jackson

Alan Skeens

Burghfield SC

 

(2)

1

2

3

3rd

22656

Roger Carter

Keith Mundy

Frensham Pond SC

 

(3)

3

3

6

4th

22703

Ted Bonner

Andy Majury

Frensham Pond SC

 

4

DNF

DNC

9

5th

22625

Roger Miller

Alastair McEwan

Frensham Pond SC

 

DNF

DNC

DNC

12

2019 Frensham Pond SC GP14 Open

 

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Racing will be governed by the Racing Rules of Sailing and the Sailing Instructions. Download the Sailing Instructions here

2019 Enterprise Open NOR

Enterprise Open for the Thames Valley Bowl & TV Area Championship

Sunday 6th October 2019

Notice of Race

Registration: from 9am

Briefing: from 10.15am

First Race: 11.00am

No. of races: 3 with 2 to count

Cost £15 with free tea to follow

For further details please contact Roger Carter

07900 245749   Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Address: Pond Lane, Churt, Farnham GU10 2QA

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