6 Splash Gordon, G. Paterson/C. Jones/R. Nolan, RNIYC; 7 Bullet, T. D'Arcy/S. Hutchins/S. Atkinson, CSC/RNIYC; 8 Sbodikins, R. Cahill/D. O'Sullivan/J. Van der Paul, RStGYC; 9 Duff Beer, G. Bell/R. O'Tearney/M. McAllister, RNIYC; 10 Mephisto, T. Bourke/K. Smeaton/S. Bourke/K. Rainey, RStGYC; 11 BKC, T. Molloy/P. Machel/D. Burns, EDYC; 12 Shockwave, E. Quinlan/R. Scott/C. Cunningham, HYC; 13 Still Beating, C. Arrowsmith/A. Waters/T. Little, RStGYC; 14 Outlaw, G. Pollard/A. McCleenan/I. Patterson, CSC; 15 Trade Credit Brokers, A.O'Connell/G. Elms/C. Casey, RCYC/RStGYC; 16 Blue Bird, C. MacAleavey/C. Murphy, NYC; 17 Sacre Bleu. D. Smith/A. Winkleman/R. Murphy, RIYC; 18 Lia, D. Barry/D. O'Connell/B. Jones, HYC; 19 Mandarin, R. Byrne/M. Lovett, NYC; 20 Milvus Milvus, R. Howe/J. Sheehy/M. Fallon, RCYC; 21 Seriously Bonkers, F. O'Driscoll/P. Lee/R. Rogerson, RStGYC; 22 Sin Bin, B. O'Neill/R. Tyler/J. Ryan/M. Keogh, RStGYC; 23 Sailing West, A. Adamson/P. Conolley/M. Creadon/J. Collins, NYC; 24 Artful Dodger, R. Bannon/K. Foley/St. John Bannon, NYC; 25 Bad, J. Dowling/J. Dowling/G. Murphy, RIYC; 26 Alert Packaging, J. Burke/R. Collins/D. Gibney, NYC; 27 Sidewinder, D. Keogh/M. Webb/P. Nash, RStGYC; 28 Superbug, P. Mangan/N. O'Rourke/O. Smith/S. McCrann, RIYC; 29 Snuggles, R. Little/D. Byrne/R. Nagle, RWYC; 30 Profile Pack, R. Downing, KYC; 31 TBA, G. Judge/P. O'Reilly, RStGYC; 32 Shambolic III, H. Kennedy/C. Ramsey/R. Allen, RStGYC; 33 Sunday Brunch, R. Tate/F. McDonal/V. Burke, RStGYC; 34 Blondie II, J. Toettcher/S. Mulligan/B. O'Brien/M.J. Mulligan, RStGYC; 35 Bumble B, F. O'Loughrey/C. Booth/M. Chambers/H. Foley, NYC; 36 Ganze, A. Breen/M. Breen/E. Breen, GBSC.
McCready Sailboats takes SB3 East Coast Champs
Provisional Results (36 entries, 6 races sailed, 1 discard) – 1 McCready Sailboats, G. Flannigan/J. Tomalin, RUYC/BYC; 2 Sharkbait, B. Duncan/B. Moran/R. Morris, HYC; 3 Team Redman Fisher, D. Cheyne/B. Espey/R. McCullough, RNIYC; 4 Modus Operandi, R. Collins/K. Collins/D. Hegarty, RCYC; 5 Squalo Bianco, S. Craig/A. Greene/S. Boyle, RStGYC
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