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Author Topic: 2019 Welington Offshore events
Bigbird
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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 19, 2019, 23:17
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Final entries at closing

Name NZMPBA# Eng Class Cat S
Todd van Vlerken 1111 P3 Y
Peter Collier 23 P3 N
Darrell Hansen 31 P2 N
Trevor McClellan 250 P2 N
Leigh Marsden 131 P2 N
Nigel Wong 261 P3 Y
Birmy Korving 286 P2 Y
Murray Smithson 50 P2 Y
Brian Hely 22 P3 Y
Marc Freeman 15 C1 N
Brent Mills 98 P3 Y
James Mills 242 P2 Y
Charl Groeser 11 P3 Y
Gordon White 109 P2 N
Pieter Lokum 83 P1 Y

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 19, 2019, 23:17
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Final entries at closing, see you Sunday

Name NZMPBA# Eng Class Cat S
Todd van Vlerken 1111 P3 Y
Peter Collier 23 P3 N
Darrell Hansen 31 P2 N
Trevor McClellan 250 P2 N
Leigh Marsden 131 P2 N
Nigel Wong 261 P3 Y
Birmy Korving 286 P2 Y
Murray Smithson 50 P2 Y
Brian Hely 22 P3 Y
Marc Freeman 15 C1 N
Brent Mills 98 P3 Y
James Mills 242 P2 Y
Charl Groeser 11 P3 Y
Gordon White 109 P2 N
Pieter Lokum 83 P1 Y

It will save time if you arrive with your Scrutineering form filled out with items 1 to 8. Items 9 to 12 can be done on the day. The Scrutineerng form is on the reverse of the entryform. Forms will be available if you don't have one.

http://www.nzmpba.co.nz/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Your-name-Entry-form-Welly-offshore-Round-4-2019.doc

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 25, 2019, 12:33
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Results from race day, Windy from the NW and ideal challenging conditions.
Thanks to all those who attended.

Wellington Offshore Round 4 Date 24-Nov-19
Name NZMPBA# Eng Class Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Total Overall place Class Place Class
1 Brent Mills 98 P3 37 41 69 147 1 1 P3
2 Peter Collier 23 P3 34 37 63 134 2 2 P3
3 Birmy Korving 286 P2 33 29 62 124 3 1 P2
4 Pieter Lokum 83 P1 26 30 40 96 4 1 P1
5 Terry Riddiford 32 P2 21 21 37 79 5 2 P2
6 Brian Hely 22 P3 16 23 35 74 6 3 P3
7 Murray Smithson 50 P3 19 12 33 64 7 3 P3
8 Gordon White 109 P2 26 34 - 60 8 4 P2
9 Leigh Marsden 131 P2 20 30 - 50 9 5 P2
10 James Mills 242 P2 2 35 10 47 10 6 P2
11 Darrell Hansen 31 P2 4 6 4 14 11 7 P2
12 Nigel Wong 261 P3 12 0 - 12 12 4 P3
13 Trevor McClellan 250 P2 4 2 - 6 13 8 P2

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 25, 2019, 14:18
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Congrats to Birmy for yet another well earned series win!

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 28, 2019, 07:13
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Congrats Birmy for the win. I want to acknowledge James Mills for his efforts this year also. As the youngest member he has done really well and is someone to watch out for in the future.

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 28, 2019, 21:42
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And here are the final standings for the 2019 National Series, well done to those participating.

National Offshore Series

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 28, 2019, 22:16
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I would like to know how Treve Terry received 300 points in the Christchurch Off Shore when he was the only one that received points. Cheers Sorry

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 28, 2019, 22:47
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The two other boaters that finished 1st and 3rd around him had changed classes during the season so their points did not register.

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: November 29, 2019, 07:29
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Wow 1 point between 2nd and 3rd,that was a close finish!

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Post Re: 2019 Welington Offshore events
on: December 2, 2019, 08:38
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I don't quite understand how the other two boaters didn't score points after they changed classes, in the past I have seen competitors names twice on the list of positions because they have changed classes. The way I see it. the person finishing 1st would of scored 400 points and put him in eleventh position overall. Or were these other competitors non members of the Association?

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