It was a windy night last night for the Time Trial and several people opted out of portaging as a consequence. Colin Cartwright made light of the conditions and was fastest paddler of the night with 41m 20s while Georgia Hunt made the most of her chances to win the div 4 to 6 category in 49m 58s, getting under 50 minutes for the first time.

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It was a warm and humid night on Tuesday with no wind to speak of. Jake Oldfield was the fastest paddler of the evening with 11m 12s, just one second ahead of Melvin Swallow and 12 seconds slower than his personal best which he set two weeks ago. Adele Blakeborough also showed a fair turn of speed in winnng the Ladies with 12m 59s, her fastest time for over two years.

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Despite the stiff breeze and blustery conditions Richie Rogers still managed to take three seconds off his personal best to win last nights barrel races with 10m 21s. Adele Blakeborough was first Lady in 13m 28s and David Hatton (10m 50s) was first Junior.

Overall Mark Tidman is four points ahead of Bob Scholey in the Seniors, Jenny Swallow leads Jean Ashley by two points in the Ladies and David Hatton and Jess Crozier have clear leads in the two Junior categories..

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The high river level reduced the mud at the portages on Tuesday night making for a more pleasant experience all-round. James Roberts produced his fifth successive personal best to win the div 4 to 6 group with 47m 23s and Richie Rogers romped home in 39m 13s to win the div1 to 3 category.

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Richie Rogers recorded a personal best with a very fast time of 38m 57s to win last nights time trial in cool, wet and muddy conditions. David Hatton was second with 39m 58s. In the division 4 to 6 group Struan Fishburn (50m 11s), back from university, took the honours and Jean Ashley (50m 47s) came second. 

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