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Rodgers & Browne Irish Northern Squib Championship at Royal North Of Ireland Yacht Club

by Vincent Delany 28 May 05:49 BST 26-27 May 2018

David Eccles and Phil Hutchinson won the Rodgers & Browne Irish Northern Squib Championship at the Royal North Of Ireland Yacht Club at Cultra on Belfast Lough.

The first three races were held in a strong force 4-5 North Easterly wind while the final two races were held in light breeze.

Overall Results:

PosSail NoBoat NameHelmCrewCLUBR1R2R3R4R5Pts
1139InshallaghDavid EcclesPhil HutchinsonRNIYC512328
2818Toy for the BoysPeter WallaceMartin WeatherspoonRNIYC3851110
3102SlipstreamDavid FerrisRobert MarshallKYC11274517
4146ProdigalGreg BellLeah McCleaveRNIYC4592819
5111FirecrackerStephen BridgesColin DouganKYC723141022
6747High FlyerJonny MillarSally WatsonRNIYC114115925
7100FaginGordon PattersonRoss NolanRNIYC2311112027
8123O'LearyDave SheahanSimon SheahanHYC129610429
9824TheWormSam LynessEric HayesRNIYC6131412334
10746GizmoJohnny ParkBob StinsonRNIYC1314105735
11799Fat Boat SlimWyatt WrightJames PorterRNIYC1010871235
12701Second ChanceStephen StewartKevin ThomasRNIYC8111262037
13148HalloweenFred CampbellAl BostonRNIYC1461681341
14503DotzboatGeorge CromieRyan KellyKYC16713131144
15807VolanteSimon WatsonGeorgie WithersKYC9151591447
1624Femme FataleJoe O'ByrneGraham WelshLDYC15164162051
17702JuminiMichael KearneyMichael WrightRNIYC20202017663
1878AficianadoSimon BrienTiffany BrienRNIYC202020202080
1970ContenderDenis ToddAl BostonRNIYC202020202080

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