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Entries for May 2016

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The National Yacht Club's John and Brian Hall sailing Something Else won IRC Class 2 in an incredibly tight class
Irish boats took a class win and a second in class at this year's Silvers Marine Scottish Series that ended yesterday. The National Yacht Club's John and Brian Hall won IRC Class 2…

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Second in RORC's Myth of Malham, Royal Irish sailor Michael Boyd will skipper the First 44.7, Lisa for the 700–mile Irish race
An entry into next month's Volvo Round Ireland Race finished second in this weekend's Myth of Malham race and now tops the RORC points series just three weeks before the…

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The fleet depart New York. An international jury monitoring the race includes Irish International judge Gordon Davies from Bray in County Wicklow
As boats head across the Atlantic in the New York – Vendée race it is not only potential Irish competitors in the Vendée Globe who are keeping a watchful eye…

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The fleet depart New York
After a first night spent in close contact with other competitors in the New York–Vendée (Les Sables d’Olonne), Yann Eliès contacted his shore team this morning at 0840 UTC, reporting…

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It's Gold – Lijia Xu Recalls London 2012 Laser Radial Medal Race
Imagination matters when growing up. Children pictures themselves as their heroes and heroines. From film stars, sporting heroes, astronauts and firemen, the list goes on.Having a vivid imagination is key…

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Howth Yacht Club Crowns Royal Cork 1720 As Sportsboat Cup Champ
After three days of champagne sailing at Howth Yacht Club it was consistency in the largest fleet of the regatta that crowned Clive O'Shea and Tom Durcan's "T-Bone" as the…

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At present there is a total of thirty-one entries for WIORA and Foynes organisers are calling for more
The West of Ireland offshore Racing Association (WIORA) are very proud to be in its 40th year writes Elaine O'Mahoney. This year their flagship event, The West Coast Championships, are being…

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Neil Hegarty, Hilary and David Williams were East Coast Dragon Championships winners at the Royal Irish Yacht Club
Royal St George Dragons "Phantom" & 'Jaguar Sailing Team' shared equal points well ahead at the top of the leader board at this weekend's Dragon East Coast Championships hosted by…

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17 Flying Fifteens turned out for Saturday's DBSC race
Seventeen Flying Fifteens turned out on a sunny Saturday afternoon for two races in the DBSC Series with Gerry Ryan & John McAree winning the first victory in their new…

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Fireballs threw out an open invite to sailors to try out the dinghy. Daniel Hrymak (12) and his friend Mark Henry (12) rocked up and went out for a spin from the DMYC
A touch of cradle-snatching on Saturday at DMYC where Fireballs threw out an open invite to sailors to try out the dinghy. Daniel Hrymak (12) and his friend Mark Henry…

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