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Irish Topper Travellers at Killyleagh Yacht Club

by Theresa Murray 29 Apr 2007 10:27 BST 28 April 2007

There was a good entry of 34 sailors from all parts of Ireland for the first Topper Traveller in a series of five hosted by Killyleagh YC Co Down.

There were three races held in shifting winds nearing force 4 at times. All sailors enjoyed the challenge of fellow competitiors resulting in closely fought races. For a number of sailors new to Topper sailing this was their first competition of the season but this did not deter them from putting in excellent performances.

Overall Results:

1 Rory Lynch (BLSC)
2 Evan Tobin (C/town SC)
3 Matthew Kinkaid (SLYC)
4 Conor Greagsbey (C/town SC)
5 Maria Dolan (BLSC)

1st Lady
Maria Dolan (BLSC)

U12
1 Robbie Gilmore (SLYC)
2 Finn Lynch (BLSC)
3 Laura Gilmore (SLYC)

U14
1 Robert Murray (LEYC)
2 Ryan Wilson (CSC)
3 Ian Bryne (C/town SC)

U16
1 Conor Greagsbey (C/town SC)
2 Ali Ghareeb (LEYC)
3 Ruth Harrington (C/town SC)

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