Monday, 16 March 2015

Final Results for SWSA 2014-15 F3F Winter League

Well this league has built in momentum all season and the final round saved the best to last. With Simon taking a small lead into the final round with a few people in with a shout of catching him


With wind on the Wrecker with just a hint of north in it to make a little more technical the scene was set for an epic competition. The course was quickly up and Ron Broughton got us under way into a competition that turned in to 17 round classic.



With 17 rounds I haven't got the time to do a blow by blow account but below are all the round winners with their times:

Round 1               Martin Newnham            35:05
Round 2               Simon Thornton               34.09
Round 3               Simon Thornton               34:29
Round 4               Simon Thornton               31:63
Round 5               Joel West                            34:88
Round 6               Martin Newnham            34:82
Round 7               Joel West                            33:15
Round 8               Joel West                            32:68
Round 9               Mark Abbotts                   32:23
Round 10             Joel West                            31:60
Round 11             Martin Newnham            34:37
Round 12             Simon Thornton               34:92
Round 13             Graeme Mahoney           35:59
Round 14             Joel West                            36:01
Round 15             Joel West                            35:12
Round 16             Simon Thornton               37:53
Round 17             Joel West                            36:59

There were quite few highlights Joel's 31:60 which might be the fastest time for the league flown with his Freestyler with traditional reversals.  Simon's 31:63 using his Shinto flying an EM style, the Reversal V's EM styles argument rolls on!  


John Treble breaking his PB three times and lowering it to38:38. I was not sure if Graeme 35:59 was a PB but his face was picture after flying it!   


Thanks to everyone helping today. Graeme doing Buzzer supermo, Tony Livingstone going banker and Clayton help me out in the centre all day, plus Ron Broughton who after modifying his plane sat on base B and Buzzed all day.

Well the one person who could really threaten Simons grip on the Winter League title was Joel West and had to win the day and put enough point's between himself and Simon to snatch the trophy.


After 17 round which gave us two discards the eventual winner to the fascinating battle was Joel West  with a total of 14,659.65 points. Simon was second with 14,386.82 and Martin Third with 14,124.54 points respectively.   

Would Joel's 272.85 points from this round be enough to win the Title?

The SWSA F3F Winter league Champion for 2014-15 is Simon Thornton, with Joel West in Second spot and Greg Dakin in Third.

How close was it between first and second, believe it or not 0.84 of a point.  

It doesn't come much tighter than that! Thanks to everyone supporting the events and see you all soon

Andrzej

Fifth Round Results
1
Joel West
14659.67
2
Simon Thornton
14386.82
3
Martin Newnham
14124.54
4
Mark Abbotts
13556.45
5
Graeme Mahoney
13502.72
6
Tony Livingstone
13300.21
7
Andy Burgoyne
12890.34
8
Martin Dewett
12866.86
9
John Treble
12109.92
10
Andrzej Tabero
11685.83
11
Clayton Landells
10041.05
12
Ron Broughton
2498.51


SWSA F3F Winter League 2014-15 Final positions

1
Simon Thornton
2981.39
2
Joel West
2980.55
3
Greg Dakin
2913.25
4
Martin Newnham
2896.24
5
Graeme Mahoney
2856.89
6
Tony Livingstone
2776.61
7
Stuart Wallace
2680.07
8
Andy Burgoyone
2653.08
9
John Treble
2595.64
10
Martin Drewett
2577.90
11
Clayton Llandells
2352.57
12
John Phillips
1882.97
13
Mark Abbotts
1835.39
14
Mark Treble
1742.30
15
Andrzej Tabero
1274.88
16
Mark Redsell
979.86
17
Paul Garrett
884.03
18
Ian Mason
879.84
19
Gary Harrison
877.70
20
Mike Evans
870.49
21
Les Wood
848.19
22
Dave Rumble
843.07
23
Clive Jones
794.41
24
Paul Stubley
774.39
25
Stefan Bertschi
762.71
26
Ron Broughton
170.43

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