Skiff Report | 29 October 2017

Skiff Report | 29 October 2017
 
A Handicap Start for the Belmont Fleet and the breeze was the strongest it's been so far this season.
 
Most of the fleet were on Big Rigs but there were a few small rigs as well and with the breeze right on the crossover it was anyone's race.
 
Newcastle Psychiatry had a great race to take out a well deserved win. The old legend Macca also had a good race as did Empty Jets. The Youngsters on Schweppes did very well also.
 
The East Coast Low and Redicrete went head to head in the race for scratch honours and 2 small rigs, Compass and The Fire Truck battled it out for the remaining scratch podium spot.
 
Results Handicap
1st - Newcastle Psychiatry - Bethany, Mick & Phil
2nd - Newcastle Herald - Macca, Jimmy & Sog
3rd - Empty Jets - Flanno, Big D & Nath
 
Scratch
1st - East Coast Marine & Sail - Matt, Scott & Corey
2nd - Redicrete - Ando, Bretto & Nigel
3rd - Compass Global Markets - Tommy, Spesh & Jamie



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