J/109 UK & Ireland Class Association November 2022 Newsletter

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November 9, 2022

Welcome to the class November Newsletter.

We've an important membership survey for you to fill in, and results from the Hamble Winter Series and National IRC Double Handed Championships as well as the RORC and JOG season's championships.

Annual Membership Survey

Please take 5 minutes to fill in the survey at the following link: https://forms.gle/ZpZ5XWtm8jb93zNj8 It will help us understand what you get out of your J/109 ownership/ crewing, and what you want to get out of it in 2023. It will also help us better support the class by arranging social events, class starts in regattas etc..

Here's the link again: https://forms.gle/ZpZ5XWtm8jb93zNj8

Results update

J/109 JAGO won the IRC Nationals in September, beating a fleet of Sunfast 3600, 3300 and assorted other boats. Massive congratulations to Mike Yates!  Shows that we've got a highly competivive boat despite its relative age!

JAGO is also storming along at the head of IRC Class 2 of the Hamble Winter Series: His crew have registered 8 bullets out of 8 races so far - can they complete a perfect series? Just 3 races left for Jybe Talkin (lying second) and others to spoil the perfect sequence.

In JOG, Just So came 2nd overall in Class 2 Offshore, and 1st overall in Class 2 Inshore for the season. Jedi  were third inshore, while Jumunu were 9th offshore and 7th inshore

In RORC,  JAGO came 8th in IRC overall, 6th in 2- handed and 3rd in IRC Class 3. Mojo Risin were 10th in IRC overall and 5th in IRC 3.

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