The second leg of the Four Nations cup is imminent. Ok not quite imminent, but fairly soon. The pro\'s kick off on Friday morning at Rhosneigr Beach Park, North Wales. The forecast is also looking good for Friday. Saturday could go either way, but could be a classic Rhossy day with swell and wind rolling up the Irish channel.
2 weeks ago John Skye came out on top at the first leg held in Ireland, John Hibbard and Andy King were close behind. However Ben Proffit was out of action with a twisted ankle. This time Ben will have recovered and be keen to stamp his authority all over his home patch. The other local and PWA ripper Phil Horrocks might also be back in town to make this competition a real battle of the British titans. Remember, PWA Tiree wild cards are up for grabs even though the pot of prize money seems to be remarkably empty this year.
In the amateurs Louise Emery, also of Rhosneigr localdom leads the way. No doubt another local (why are they all local?) Ruth Elliot will set out to retain her title.
From Friday you will find regular updates right here!
more info at ukwindsurfing.com