Sailing: Ideal weather conditions make for tight races

IDEAL CONDITIONS: A stiff breeze created ideal conditions for sailors in the Port MacDonnell Sailing Club’s latest round of competition on the weekend.

IDEAL weather with a moderate westerly breeze of approximately 13 knots greeted sailors on Saturday at the Port MacDonnell Sailing Club for the weekly races.

Officer of the day Morris Dickins set a traditional course, with a some variation to take advantage of the westerly breeze on the bay.

Time keepers on the day Jen Ferguson assisting Jen Jones for her first time at the clock instead of on

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