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by Michele Kennelly 2 Feb 14:16 GMT 21-26 June 2020
Squibs racing at Kinsale © Fiona Ward

The Squib National Championships 2020, hosted by Kinsale Yacht Club, is delighted to announce some added incentives to enter early.

This is on top of spending 21st to 26th June in one of the most scenic parts of the country, which also happens to be the Gourmet Capital of Ireland and was voted one of the Top 10 Most Colourful Towns in Ireland.

A series of draws for early entrants will take place on the following dates. All entrants are eligible for each draw, unless you are lucky enough to have won a prize.

  • 29th February we have a draw for a Hyde Cockpit Cover. It is a leap year after all.
  • 17th March the draw is for 6 bottles of wine, celebrate St. Patrick's Day with us.
  • 1st April may be Fools' Day but not for our entrants who will be eligible to win a bottle of champagne.
Results of each draw will be published and prizes may be collected from KYC Squib Class prior to or at registration.

Go to www.squib2020.com to enter. Follow us on Facebook: @Squib2020 & Instagram: @Squibs2020

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