Programme for 2019/2020 - ABANDONED
The racing calendar for this runs from November 2019 to October 2020 and is based on the wish to have one race each week for the three principal classes sailed at Two Islands, the DF65, the DF95 and the IOM.
Each Wednesday we sail the DF65 with the event on the first Wednesday of each month counting towards the Classic Trophy.
Each Friday we sail the DF95 with the first event each month counting towards the Commodores Cup.
Each Sunday we sail the International One Metre (IOM). Events from November to April count towards TIRYC Cup and events from May to October the Conway Trophy.
To attempt to encourage new skippers on the last Sunday of each month (where practical) we sail DF95s (instead of the IOM) counting towards the TIRYC Bowl. That particular week of the month week we sail the IOMs on that Friday counting towards the Furzton Trophy.
In addition we have 12 Six Metre events throughout the year on Saturdays and several Wee Nip events also on Saturdays.
DF95 Commodores Cup 12 events first Friday of each month 12 events/ 7 to count
DF65 Classic Trophy 12 events first sailing Wednesday of each month 12 events/ 7 to count
DF95 TIRYC Bowl 10 events the last practical Sunday each month 12 events/ 7 to count
IOM Furzton Trophy 12 events the Friday before the TIRYC Bowl 12 events/ 7 to count
6M Shillington Cup 12 events one each month 12 events/ 7 to count
IOM TIRYC Cup Sundays November to April 20 events/ 11 to count
IOM Conway Trophy Sundays May to October 18 events/ 10 to count
Wee Nip Tot 6 events through the year 6 events/ 4 to count
. Where events are cancelled the calculation shall be based on the rule of (number of actual events divided by 2) plus 1
· The scores from each event will be converted to a percentage system ( winner gets 100 and the others pro rata )
and then summed for the over all series result.
· There must be 3 competitors for an event to take place.
. A minimum of 6 races must be completed for an event to count.
. IOM and 6 Meter class boats must be in possession of a valid measurement certificate and DF65,DF95 and Wee Nip class boats must comply
with the relavent class rules.