Results in Royal Tay Yacht Club evening points racing programme

IN THE latest evening points races at Royal Tay Yacht Club, Broughty Ferry, there were wins for Malcolm Worsley’s Kestrel ‘Farty Pants’ and Bruce Baird’s Squib ‘Riverdance’ in their respective series.

Results:

Dinghy Evening Points Series Two, race two - 1, ‘Farty Pants’, Kestrel, Malcolm Worsley; 2, ‘Seathing’, Kestrel, Stewart Murdoch; 3, ‘Purple Helmet’, Laser 4000, David Philp; 4, ‘Balls to the Wall’, Fireball, Peter Hay; 5, ‘Rare Bird’, Kestrel, Alistair Hood; 6, ‘Blooburd’, Kestrel, Angus Fleming; 7, ‘Ripple’, Laser, Richard Harper; 8, ‘Hakunamatata’, Kestrel, Fiona Moir; 9, ‘Geronimo’, A-Class Catamaran, Steve Menhinick; 10, ‘Over ‘n’ Out’, Laser Radial, Paul Brown; 11 equal, ‘Shoestring’, Dart 18, Gordon Kohler, ‘Second Fiddle’, Kestrel, Ian Hunter, ‘Alison-Jane’, Kestrel, Angus Broadhurst.

Overall placings after two races: 1, ‘Seathing’, Kestrel, Stewart Murdoch; 2, ‘Farty Pants’, Kestrel, Malcolm Worsley; 3, ‘Purple Helmet’, Laser 4000, David Philp; 4, ‘Rare Bird’, Kestrel, Alistair Hood; 5, ‘Mr and Mrs Smith’, RS 200, Richard Harper; 6, ‘Balls to the Wall’, Fireball, Peter Hay; 7, ‘Ditty Box 2’, Laser, Rory Broadhurst; 8, ‘Blooburd’, Kestrel, Angus Fleming; 9, ‘Ripple’, Laser’, Richard Harper; 10, ‘Carpe Diem’, Kestrel, David Gavine; 11, ‘Hakunamatata’, Kestrel, Fiona Moir; 12, ‘Geronimo’, A-Class Catamaran, Steve Menhinick; 13, ‘Over ‘n’ Out’, Laser Radial, Paul Brown; 14 equal, ‘Shoestring’, Dart 18, Gordon Kohler, ‘Second Fiddle’, Kestrel, Ian Hunter, ‘Alison-Jane’, Kestrel, Angus Broadhurst.

Squib Evening Points Series Two race two - 1, ‘Riverdance’, Bruce Baird; 2, ‘Tefnut’, Boyd Baird; 3, ‘Zulu’, Bob Wilson; 4, ‘Wavelength’, Alistair Stewart; 5, ‘Powder Blue’, Alan Massie; 6, ‘Crystal Tips’, David Williams.

Overall placings after two races: 1, ‘Riverdance’, Bruce Baird; 2, ‘Zulu’, Bob Wilson; 3, ‘Powder Blue’, Alan Massie; 4, ‘Tefnut’, Boyd Baird; 5, ‘Wavelength’, Alistair Stewart; 6, ‘Cloud Nine’, Gordon Crosby; 7, ‘Crystal Tips’, David Williams.