Eight skippers attended all with previously built Wee Nips to the requirements of the class rules. Some sails certainly showed signs of much use, especially those made previously to the 36 micron thickness, which has been replaced by the thicker and more durable 50 micron thickness. Skippers are reminded that when the sails are replaced they should be made from the thicker material, which Peter S can supply.
Well the skippers are all getting much better and a good start is now vital in producing a win in each heat, something Peter Shepherd was doing in abundance on Saturday, with eight wins from sixteen races. Mike Ewart had four wins and Peter Jackson three.
Geoff Raygada had a good day after fixing an issue early on, due to sticking sheet lines, with one win and three seconds.
Tom Steel all the way from Lincolnshire was close on the heels of Geoff, and Colin Davies coming in on the heels of Tom.
The bottom two of Tim Leese and Derek Lane battling it out for the final positions.