Due to the south-westerly gales prevailing over the area, the Saturday race had to be cancelled, despite several Mirror ‘Experts’ who took to the water to show us all how to do it. They were good, of course, especially at Breast Stroke!
The Sunday dawned with moderated conditions, and two races were sailed in winds ranging from 2—4. An excellent entry of 19 boats took part, 17 of which belong to the host club—a creditable turnout. Some exciting racing was experienced, and all who took part thoroughly enjoyed the day.
- 1st M35617 Tony Ayres, (Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club)
- 2nd M21237 Colin Cotton, (Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club)
- 3rd M10666 Andy Newcombe (Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club)
- 4th M14444 M. Cooper, (Torpoint Mosquito Sailing Club)
Editors Note: This article is from Reflections No. 26 October 1976, page 18. It has been captured by OCR, so typos & errors are possible.