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2022 NSW States 1st Scratch -352
2022 NSW States 1st Scratch -352

2022 NSW States 1st Scratch - 352 'Wet n Wild' Matthew Rhys-Jones and Morgan York

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2022States2ndScr-385

2nd Scratch - Jim Kerrison & Deb Stening - 385 'Water Rat'

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2022NSWStates1stHcp-378

NSW States 2022 1st Handicap - Ross Bell and Alison Gearing - 378 Flame Boy

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2022 NSW States 1st Scratch -352
2022 NSW States 1st Scratch -352

2022 NSW States 1st Scratch - 352 'Wet n Wild' Matthew Rhys-Jones and Morgan York

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Latest News

2022-23 UPCOMING EVENTS

 
   2022/23 NSW Championships
   Cronulla Sailing Club 1-2 Apr , 2023
   2023/24 Australian Championships
   Darling Point Sailing Squadron, Qld 1-6 Jan , 2024

Boats 
FOR SALE
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2022-23 Australian Champions
Huge congratulations to Kurtis Warner and
Kristie Edwards in Pink Gin racing on their
home waters of St George Sailing Club.

 

 

 

Scratch results

1st - Pink Gin 446 Kurtis Warner and Kristie Edwards, St George SC

2nd - Death Defying Too 385 Jim Kerrison and Deb Stenning, Port Macquarie SC

3rd - Venturi 441 John Caley and Bro Caley, St George Sailing Club

Handicap Results

1st - Blowme 389 Martin McLean and Adam Walsh, Darling Point SS

2nd - O  360  Jacob Smith and Oliver Smith, Abbotsford SC

3rd - Hold Fast 425 Luke Hastie and Kye Hastie, St George SC

Classic Division Scratch Results

1st - Flame Boy 424 Aaran Gore and Daniel Flood, Port Hunter SC

2nd - Lady Bear 372 Lyn Hanlon and Rob Green, Darling Point SS

3rd - Saga 345 Bevan Grimes and Jeremy Grimes, Darling Point SS

Full results at MG14 Nationals 2023 – St George Sailing Club

 

Association Membership - Now Online

Annual Boat registration and membership fees are now due for this season.  Please support the Association by joining up early allowing us to plan a great range of prizes and fun for the season's events.

 

MG Association Membership and Boat Registration
 

Technical Article

MG conversion guide

A photoblog documenting how to convert an NS14 to a dual-registerable MG is available on the FaceBook albums of Rohan Nosworthy.

Alloy masts available

The MG14 Association, in conjunction with the NS14 Assoc and Keeley Marine, have secured the supply of new Aluminium masts.

These have been made to an improved design, making them slightly stiffer sideways and more durable.  Weight and external appearance is very simliar to the 'Flightspar-style' we have all been familiar with over the past few decades.  

Stock of the sections is available in Sydney via Barracouta Sails (02 9525 7626) at Caringbah, or complete rigged masts from Bryce at Infinity Rigging (02 9531 4900) at Taren Point.   Sections are also available for purchase from the Keeley Marine factory in Melbourne (03 9555 4622)

Infinity Rigging also have stock of top and bottom plugs, halyard locks, rotator arms and gooseneck fittings to fit the new section.

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