SRCMYC Annual Prize-Giving & Luncheon 2017

2017 Prize giving JB

Thirty-four members and guests attended the event on 16th November at Christchurch Sailing Club. This was our first visit to Christchurch – we really had the ‘room with a view’. It was a clear day and the Island and the Needles were in view. We were well looked after by the team and the varied menu provided by club caterer, Graham, went down well. The consensus seems to be that we should return, if they’ll have us!

Club Secretary, Martin Hart, gave a short resume of club activity over the past year and thanked committee members for their valued help. Martin Houlton, club President, returned thanks to the Secretary. There was a light-hearted ‘presentation’ to John Martin and following this, Glenys Bradshaw presented the trophies and awards – a list of winners follows.

The raffle raised £103 and it was agreed to donate the proceeds to the League of Friends of Lymington Hospital.

Trophy and Award Winners
Robin Clabburn Martin Houlton Dick Jobbins John Tufnall John Bennett
President’s Trophy 6M Merlin Trophy R36 Setley Trophy IOM Solent Challenge Trophy 6M Jack Fry Trophy IOM
Electra Trophy R36 Albert Cross Trophy Marblehead Apples Trophy R36 Open Meeting IOM Handicap Trophy IOM Tuesday Trophy
Marblehead Trophy   Roy Evans Trophy Fiji Trophy IOM  
Master Mariner’s Trophy Marblehead   Charlotte and Kate Trophy Marblehead Easter Trophy R36  
    Frostbite Trophy R36    
Summary of Results
IOM Class
Robin Clabburn Dick Jobbins John Tufnall John Bennett
2nd Autumn 1st Autumn 3rd Autumn 1st Winter
3rd Spring 3rd Winter 2nd Winter 1st Spring
3rd Summer 2nd Spring 1st Summer
  2nd Summer


6m Class
Robin Clabburn John Kemish John Martin John Tufnall
1st Autumn 2nd Spring 3rd Autumn 2nd Autumn
2nd Winter 3rd Winter 1st Winter
1st Spring 3rd Spring 2nd Summer
1st Summer 3rd Summer


Marblehead Class
Robin Clabburn Dick Jobbins John Tufnall
2nd Winter 1st Winter 3rd Winter
1st Summer 3rd Summer 2nd Summer


R36 Class
Robin Clabburn Martin Houlton Dick Jobbins
1st Winter 2nd Winter 3rd Winter
2nd Summer 3rd Summer 1st Summer

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