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Regatta Weekend 2017 – the Tequila Sunrise

After a short postponement for an early lunch due to lack of wind, the early morning drizzle lifted and Saturday racing got underway in a shifting 8 knot SW breeze came in to give a good first days’ racing. In the Laser fleet, Howard Green got off to a flying start to win 2 tight races.  Stuart Belfield was in hot pursuit all day and sealed a win in the last race of the day with Mike Baldwin coming 3rd...

Europe & Miracle Open 8/9th July

Saturday 8th July dawned with a disappointing forecast from the wind strength point of view although the predicted direction was ideal for sailing at Leigh and Lowton; straight down the length of the lake. Three boats made the long drive north from the south and south-west of England to compete for the Europe Inland Shield whilst two local boats and two from Delph Sailing Club competed for the Miracle Inland Cup. In the end, by the start of the first...

Laser 4.7 & Radial Training

Saturday 22nd July 2017 Coaches:- Haydn Griffiths Boats Rigged for Briefing 9.30am Morning Session 10.30am – 12.30pm Lunch Afternoon Session 1.15pm – 4.30pm The club galley will not be open but drinks will be available so bring your own food. Contact: Gary Coop  Mobile 07974341969 Pre-enter here https://webcollect.org.uk/llsc/event/laser-4-7-radial-coaching Laser Open On 23rd July & Laser 4.7 Separate Start Arranged Check LLSC Website For Entries

Streaker Inlands

Streaker Inland Championships 6th-7th May 2017 Leigh & Lowton SC hosted the Streaker Inland Championships over the weekend of 6th-7th May, the second event in the Streaker Super Series sponsored by Rooster Sailing. In recent years the Streaker Inlands have been dominated by Ian Jones. This year he won again – but this time the results were in the balance until the final stages of the last race. Saturday was cold and grey with a shifty easterly breeze that was...

Topper Training

There will be Topper Training at Leigh and Lowton during half term- 30th May to 1st June 2017, with Dave Eccles as coach. For more details, and to enter click here You don’t need to be a member of the Topper class association to take part, but you do need a Topper. This will run alongside the club’s Junior Spring Camp  

Tipsy Icicle Series Finale

Another great day at the club for the final weekend of the Tipsy Icicle series. The wind was an average 13 knots for both races with a few bigger (22 knot) gusts and there were 128 boats that entered the series. A very big ‘Thank You’ to everybody who helped out be it on the water,in the clubhouse and behind the galley and bar. Also to our sailing committee members for organising the event. Last but not least ‘thank you’...