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Fireball prize presentation and draw at the RYA Dinghy Show

by Dave Hall 12 Feb 14:22 GMT Stand C39, 2pm 2-3 March 2019
Watergate Bay Hotel © Watergate Bay Hotel

Join the Fireball Class and Saskia Clarke MBE at the RYA Dinghy Show for the Grand Draw for a Free Holiday.

The UK Fireball Class Association will be making the draw for a fantastic prize of a weekend holiday in Cornwall. All the teams that entered the Golden Dolphin series qualify for the same number of tickets as events entered.

The Golden Dolphin Trophy is competition though the year that takes in a number of Fireball open meetings around the country.

The prize provided by the Watergate Bay Hotel in Cornwall for two people, consists of two nights B&B, a surf lesson and dinner at the 'Beach Hut' Restaurant.

Alongside the draw will be the presentation of the Golden Dolphin Trophy to the winner of the series.

Olympic Gold medallist Saskia Clarke MBE will present both the trophy and pull out the winning ticket for the lucky recipient of the holiday. Join the Fireball class at 2pm on Saturday the 2nd March on stand C39.

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