Saturday was the final point-score races of the season for the Wallagoot Lake Boat Club and the results were hard to pick between reigning champion Greg Thornton and former champions Rob and Sian Morton.
In light, shifty, southerly winds, the Mortons’ MG14 finished ahead of Thornton’s Laser to win by just six seconds on corrected time.
Bob Harris’ Sabre scored third place, just 40 seconds further back on corrected time – possibly his best result yet at the club.
The wind increased to 12 knots in race two, which saw the gaps between boats increase.
Rob and Sian won again, with Thornton second and the father-daughter team of James and Gemma Oliver finishing third on their Tasar.
In both races Reif Oliver scored wins as the only junior entrant, similarly Rod Skinner won the multi-hull division as its only entrant.
Series winners will be announced at the club’s presentation on May 7.
The Wallagoot Lake Boat Club was represented at the Batemans Bay Anzac Regatta by Josh Dorough, with is son Jarrah crewing for him and other son Luca crewing for Tony Hastings.
Hastings’ father Richard also raced, on a Nacra catamaran.
Hastings and Luca won their division, scoring three firsts and a second in their series, while Josh and Jarrah suffered gear failure, but finished in the top five on their first event.
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