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What's On Next Week

28th August 2009
What's On Next Week

It might be sad that we’ve coming to the end of the summer, so there’s lots of sailing to cheer us up! Squib Inlands, Topper Traveller, and Multihull Nationals, as well as regional goodies, like the Mermaid Regatta at Rush Sailing Club. A great spectator event – if you get there early enough – is the ICU’s Liffey Descent, or the Waterski Celtic Challenge in Kildare. If it’s rod and reel you’re equipped with, there’s no shortage of angling events either.

Sailing

3rd–4th September – Squib Inland Championships, Rutland SC

5th September – Topper Traveller 4, National YC

5th–6th September – Patriots Cup, Royal St George YC

5th–6th September – Clifden Boat Club ' Cruise in Company' to Bofin. last of the season, this is an open event open to all power and sail craft, boating people and non-boating people. If you don't have a boat to join, catch the ferry from Cleggan and join in the social end of things. 

5th–6th September – Multihull National Championships, University of Limerick Actvity Centre

5th–6th September – Keelboat Brewin Dolphin Weekend, Royal North of Ireland YC

5th–6th September – Mermaid Regatta, Rush SC

5th–6th September – Etchells Nationals, Howth YC

6th September – Cruise Around, Sutton DC

6th September – Cove to Blackrock Sailing Race, Cobh SC, Cobh, Co. Cork. A fantastic spectacle for all involved in sailing on the South Coast over 120 cruisers and dinghies will line up together and race up the very narrow river Lee to Blackrock. Boats of all sizes from optimists to high Tec 60ft cruisers will attempt to win some of the most historic trophies in Ireland.

6th September – Dun Laoghaire September Junior Series, Dublin Bay SC

6th–27th September – September Sunday Series, all classes, Foynes YC

 

Canoeing

5th September – 50th Liffey Descent 2009, Irish Canoe Union. Entry form here 

 

Coastal Rowing

5th September – All Day Ring Regatta, Ring, Co. Cork

5th September – Great River Race, London, 11am. 22 Mile Race on the Thames, from London Docklands to Richmond

6th September – Bealacoon Tragedy Memorial, Glandore to Bealacoon, 4pm. To all clubs and rowing people of West Cork, Ardfield Rathbarry Rowing Club would like to invite you to the unveiling of a memorial on Sunday the 6th of September 2009. The memorial is for 11 people that were lost at sea while returning from Glandore Regatta in 1859.

 

Waterskiing

5th–6th September –  Waterski: Celtic Challenge International, Stillwaters WSC, Co Kildare

 

Wavesailing

5th–6th September – IWA Wave Series, Achill Island, Irish Windsurfing Association Wavesailing Competition

 

Angling

31st August–1st September – Cobh International Deep Sea Angling Festival, Cobh, Co. Cork. A 4-day deep sea angling festival. Tel 021 4812167

1st September – Newport SAC, 3rd Leg, Pat O’Hara, Clew Bay. Angling Council of Ireland

1st–2nd September – Newport SAC, 43rd Angling Festival, Open Boat, Clew Bay. Angling Council of Ireland

1st–4th September – Cobh SAC, Cobh, 4 Day 43rd Cobh International Festival

5th September – Portumna (ShRFB), Coarse fish. Tel: Mark Corps 087 672 7194, or email Paddy Byrme at [email protected]

5th September – UPC Rathmullen, Closed Gold Medal (limit 36)

6th September – Anglesea SAC, Crosshaven, 11:00-18:00, Confined RNLI

6th September – NASA Benone, 13:00–18:00, Open Shore

6th September – Killala BC, Gold Medal Open Shore, 11:30am–4:40pm, Lacken

6th September – Carrigaline SAC, Crosshaven, 10:00-17:30, RNLI Open

6th September – Tralee Bay SAC, Cromane,13:00-17:00, Open Shore

7th September – Corrane SAC, 35th Junior International Open Boat, Clew Bay. Angling Council of Ireland

 

Other

5th September – Summer Swing 2009, Cobh, Co. Cork. Cobh welcomes the magnificent cruise liner the Jewel of the Seas – enjoy the free family entertainment

5th September – Aran Islands Tag Festival, Inin Mór. Visit the Aran Islands for a weekend of fun, playing tag rugby, enjoying music, food and lots of entertainment

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