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25th August 2017
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Appetizers bode well for Taste of Greystones mains 
With some 140 entries expected, the stage is set for the east coast summer season to close on a high. But the most anticipated arrival at Sunday’s Taste of Greystones Regatta — after two previous no-shows — is some decent wind. Current forecasts suggest light westerly airs in store for tomorrow’s feeder races, with the final courses for the 27 ISORA starters and five DBSC classes being set this afternoon. Read our preview of the Co Wicklow two-race series here

Elsewhere, Fionn Lyden still holds fourth overall U23 Finn Worlds after another light wind race, Ger Owens and Mel Morris hold nerve to win Irish GP14 title, Mark Mansfield summarises the possible rules fallout from the Half Ton Classic Cup, Derry skipper Conall Morrison is jockeying for position at the back of the Clipper Race pack, Water Wags’ Heritage Week Race proves game of snakes and ladders, we have class-by-class results from last night’s DBSC action, campaigners met tonight to plan memorial to Cork’s unsung Antarctic pioneer, and could flotels be solution to student digs shortage?

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