MORE than 50 drivers entered this year's Glenmaggie Cup, which had more than 11 classes of power boats compete across the weekend.
This year's running was highlighted by the 10-year anniversary of the Daryl Hamilton Memorial Trophy. Hamilton was a Glenmaggie and District Boat Club member who was killed at a race event at St George Motorboat Club, Sydney.
Hamilton's family travelled from Yarrawonga to present the trophy to winner Healy-Um, driven by Mark Healy from the Victorian Speed Boat Club, who drove a six litre hydroplane.
The Glenmaggie Cup had a local member salute, with Darren Pennington in Wasp holding on to win in a wasp grand prix hydroplane.
It was Penington's first season competing in the grand prix hydroplane class, after success in the 1.6 hydroplane class, winning both the Victorian and Australian championships.