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Custom Rigging Frostbites at Kinsale Yacht Club - Day 2

by Dave O'Sullivan 10 Feb 19:50 GMT 10 February 2019

Another amazing sunny day greeted the sailors competing in the Custom Rigging Frostbites in Kinsale Yacht Club on Sunday 10th February.

Race Officer John Stallard assisted by Sue Horgan aboard Destiny (Bruce & June Matthews) fixed a weather mark in blustery SW conditions and got the fleet away promptly at 1100hrs.

The Toppers and Lasers sailed two races before a rising wind created boisterous conditions later in the day. The hardy Squib fleet got in a third race with a very exciting spinnaker run on the last downwind leg giving plenty of spills and thrills.

Three fleets raced (Squibs, Topper and Lasers) with 24 boats in all.

Squibs

The ten boat Squib fleet was led by Allegro (Colm Dunne & Rob Gill) who got two firsts and a third with Outlaw (Ian Travers & Keith O'Riordan) close behind with a fifth and two seconds and Badger (J Condell & J Corchrane) lying third overall with a second, a first and a fourth. Sensation (D & B Cudmore) scored two thirds and a fourth on their first day out, having missed last week, putting them very much in contention with four more race days to go.

Lasers

The five boat Laser Fleet was led by Dorethy Matthews with two firsts followed by Robert McGarvey with a second and a fourth. Rory Carroll is lying third on the day with a fifth and a third. Daniel Ackerlind who has just joined the fleet put in a great performance on his first day out with a third and a second.

Toppers

The eight Topper fleet was led by Rachel Ackerlind with two firsts putting her in fourth place overall. Frances Corkery with a second and a third is still first overall closely followed by Hanna Ackerlind in second place overall and Francesca Lewis in third place overall.

It will all start again next Sunday 17th at 1100hrs.

Series results can be found here.

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