Overall Club Champion

To be eligible for the Matulot Trophy, a boat must be registered for racing in the BHYC Club Racing Series. Points will be awarded to first, second and third place boats in any events that are:

  1. Held between the first Club Series race and the Diehards Regatta, inclusive,
  2. Organized and run under the sole authority of the BHYC Sail Committee

 

The points awarded for different series/events are shown in Table 1. The trophy is awarded to the boat with the most points. In the case of a tie, the trophy will be shared and engraved with both names.

Boats are awarded points for placing first, second or third in the following Club Racing Series (best 8 races):

  • Tuesday Club Racing Series
  • Thursday Club Racing Series
  • Fall Club Racing Series

Points are also awarded for placing first, second or third in the Club Series Overall (best 20 races from the above three series).

Boats are awarded points for placing first, second or third in the Bronte Rocks regatta, with results re-calculated using only BHYC boats. (For this event, points will be awarded as shown in Table 1, regardless of the number of BHYC boats in the division.)

Boats are awarded points for placing first, second or third in other BHYC events. (If non-BHYC boats participate in these events, their results are excluded.) For these events, when 5 boats or more are entered in a division, points will be awarded as shown in Table 1. If less than 5 boats are entered, the top 1, 2 or 3 boats will get points as listed in Table 1.

 

These other events can include but are not limited to the following.

  • Lady Helmsman Regatta
  • Crews Chance Regatta
  • BHYC Overnight Race
  • Pursuit Race
  • Turkey Race
  • Diehards Regatta

EventPoints for 1st place Points for 2nd placePoints for 3rd place
Club Racing Series15105
Club Racing Overall15105
Bronte Rocks (BHYC boats only)531
Other BHYC events - 5 boats or more531
Other BHYC events - 4 boats431
Other BHYC events - 3 boats321
Other BHYC events - 2 boats21
Other BHYC events - 1 boats1

 

At a minimum, there must be separate divisions for PHRF Flying Sails and PHRF Non-flying Sails. Organizers are encouraged to include additional divisions (including a one-design Shark division) whenever the number of participants will allow for 5 boats in each division. Participants in PHRF fleets must have a valid PHRF-LO certificate.

Any changes to these criteria should be brought to the Sail Committee by a sub-committee consisting of the three most recent (and available) past Rear Commodores – Sail.